Jennifer “Jenna” Ryan, who was sentenced to 60 days in jail after bragging on Twitter that her “white skin” meant she would not serve any sentence for storming the Capitol on January 6, apparently has big plans for her next incarceration.
âThe only thing I see that’s good about going to jail is that I’m going to be able to train a lot and do a lot of yoga and detox,â Ryan said in a video. published on TikTok on Sunday. âAlso, I can’t eat because the food is awful and there is just no food. So I hope they have protein shakes and protein bars I think because you don’t want to like eating green bologna that’s what they should be eating.
Ryan, a Texas-based real estate broker and self-proclaimed life coach, said losing weight would be worth going to jail.
âIf I do this, it will be worth going to jail for 60 days,â Ryan said. âIf I could lose 30 pounds, it would be worth it. So you have to look on the bright side in whatever you do and that’s what I’m trying to do, so wish me luck! “
Ryan makes no mention of the actions that got her to jail in the first place: joining the crowd of Donald trump partisans trying to stop, sometimes violently, the counting of the votes of electoral colleges and to prevent the certification of electoral colleges. at Joe Biden win in the 2020 presidential election.
Ryan’s post on TikTok for Sunday certainly wasn’t the first time she’s taken to social media in connection with his actions on January 6.
She posted about taking a private plane to Washington before Trump’s “Stop the Steal” rally. Days later, she begged Trump for a forgiveness that never came.
Then, in March, she dropped the now infamous “do not go to jail” tweet, saying she has “blonde hair, white skin, great job, great futureâ¦ sorry to rain on your hate parade. I did nothing wrong.”
Ryan was singing a different tune – sort of – after pleading guilty in October to one count of parade, protest or picketing at a Capitol building.
“I apologize to the Court, America, the Capitol Police and Congress,” she wrote in an October letter to the US District Judge. christoper cooper, a Barack obama appointed person, prior to sentencing. âPlease see my deep remorse, regrets, and willingness to accept full responsibility for my actions. “
As far as Ryan was remorseful, however, she was also defiant.
âWhile I felt bad about entering the Capitol illegally on January 6, not everything I did that day was bad,â Ryan wrote in the letter. âSome actions I took that day were good. I came to Washington to protest the election results. I wanted my voice to be heard. My only weapon was my voice and my cell phone. She then discussed what she described as an “information war” in the United States, and said she had the right to voice her “opinions and concerns, even when [her] thoughts and feelings are contrary to the dominant narrative.
Ryan also accused federal prosecutors of lying about the timeline of his actions and of distorting his thoughts about his actions on Capitol Hill.
“[T]The Prosecutor is making assumptions about what I thought and felt; and I am accused of lying about my own inner experience of the events that took place on January 6, âRyan wrote. âI dispute the fact that I am not lying about how I felt, what I thought or what I believed. I have every right to feel, think and believe according to my own experience, even when the experience contradicts that of people who were not themselves at the event.
Ryan’s Twitter timeline also doesn’t seem to show a ton of remorse for violating the Capitol.
âCharged with parade, picket and protest in Washington on January 6. Sentenced to 60 days in prison for 2 minutes 8 seconds at the door, âsays her biography on Twitter.
âHere’s a portrait the media can use,â Ryan tweeted On Monday.
Ryan’s Twitter timeline also makes several references to the Jan. 6 defendants as “patriots,” amplifies coronavirus vaccine conspiracy theories, and pushes widely refuted lies about the 2020 presidential election that ultimately led to the headquarters of the Capitol.
Ryan is expected to report to jail in early January 2022.
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