Trump founder’s Cowboys arrested over Capitol riot

In conjunction with the U.S., a New Mexico County commissioner
who formed the “Cowboys for Trump” party was arrested and charged.
Uprising of the Capitol in Washington, D.C., Sunday after returning to engage in the opening demonstrations.

Couy Griffin, of Otero County, N.M., told FBI agents that he was “caught up” in the siege of the Capitol and stayed outside the house, but according to an affidavit, the video posted to his Facebook page shows him in restricted areas of the complex.

Griffin made his way through the security hurdles of the building and onto an outside deck, where, in a prayer, he used a bullhorn to lead the crowd, prosecutors say.

For the record, Griffin was charged with one count of intentionally entering or staying without lawful entry in any restricted building or grounds.

Source: Yahoo News