Veteran Facing Charges Over Capitol Protest Says Cops Told His Group They Wouldn’t Be Arrested if They Left, So He Did — They Lied

Mark Sahady and Sue Ianni are two extremely patriotic Americans who are facing charges due to peacefully attending President Donald Trump’s rally in Washington, DC on January 6th.

The duo have long been the subject of contempt and scorn from the left for their organization, Super Happy Fun America, that made headlines for their Straight Pride Parade in Boston with grandmaster Milo Yiannopolous.

Sahady is an Army combat veteran who served in Afghanistan. Ianni is a mother of three and local conservative activist. Both live in Massachusetts.

Speaking to the Gateway Pundit, Sahady said that his group had been chartering busses for people in New England who wanted to attend the Stop the Steal protests and support the president. For the rally on the 6th, the group teamed up with a few other organizations and helped to charter a whopping 11 busses to help transport roughly 500 people to see Trump’s speech.

Following the speech, Sahady and his group went to find a place to eat lunch, but nothing was open. They ended up following the crowd — who was walking into the Capitol through unobstructed open doors.

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