Man with foot up Nancy Pelosi’s desk in US capitol arrested

In the massive riot that tore across the U.S. Capitol, various images began circulating that showed the ruthless behaviour of the protesters. One image showed Richard Barnett of Arkansas in the speaker’s office which grabbed headlines.

The image reveals that in the House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office at the U.S. Capitol, the man was casually sitting with his foot placed on a desk.

Meanwhile, the halls of Congress was filled with a Trump supporters mob causing chaos.

As per law enforcement officials, on Friday 60 years-old Richard Barnett of Gravette, Arkansas was arrested.

According to a Department of Justice official, in his home state, he was taken into custody and the federal charges were on him for theft of public property, entering on restricted grounds, and causing violent entry.

Violence and rioting took over the Capitol right after President Donald Trump word to his supporters to swarm the Capitol concerning the election results.

On Twitter, a New York Times reporter shared the news that he had a word with Barnett right after his stunt at the capitol in Pelosi’s office.

In the video clip, he showed a personalized envelope, but also mentioned that he didn’t steal it.

He told, “I left a quarter on her desk.”

As per Barnett’s claim, he was about to politely open the door to the California Democrat’s office, but was pushed ahead by other rioters at the Capitol; he also said to have left a “nasty note.”

He said, “I’ll probably be telling them this is what happened to the D.C. jail.”

According to NBC affiliate, KNWA Mayor Kurt Maddox told, “It’s a shame something like this is what puts you in the public eye.”

 “This is not the city of Gravette. This one person is not who Gravette is and not who the people are.”

It is not sure yet if there is an attorney for Barnett yet.

Reportedly. on Wednesday, a laptop was also stolen from the conference room.

As stated, Trump was called upon by Pelosi and other Democratic leaders for the removal from office, as well his last few days at the White House.

A request has been made by the FBI to the public to help them identify Trump supporters who unlawfully invaded the Capitol.

Investigations are being carried out based on the surveillance footage, as well as social media posts.

Whereas in the 4-hour long riot clash, a majority of the protesters were allowed to leave, making things difficult to track down on an immediate basis.

According to D.C.’s Metropolitan Police Department, 41 people and dozen others arrested who were at the Capitol grounds on Wednesday and early Thursday.

In the massive riot that tore across the U.S. Capitol, various images began circulating that showed the ruthless behaviour of the protesters. One image the showed Richard Barnett of Arkansas in the speaker’s office grabbed headlines.

The image reveals that in the House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office at the U.S. Capitol, the man was casually sitting with his foot placed on a desk.

Meanwhile, the halls of Congress was filled with a Trump supporters mob causing chaos.

As per law enforcement officials, on Friday 60 years-old Richard Barnett of Gravette, Arkansas was arrested.

According to a Department of Justice official, in his home state, he was taken into custody and the federal charges were on him for theft of public property, entering on restricted grounds, and causing violent entry.

Violence and rioting took over the Capitol right after President Donald Trump word to his supporters to swarm the Capitol concerning the election results.

On Twitter, a New York Times reporter shared the news that he had a word with Barnett right after his stunt at the capitol in Pelosi’s office.

In the video clip, he showed a personalized envelope, but also mentioned that he didn’t steal it.

He told, “I left a quarter on her desk.”

As per Barnett’s claim, he was about to politely open the door to the California Democrat’s office, but was pushed ahead by other rioters at the Capitol; he also said to have left a “nasty note.”

He said, “I’ll probably be telling them this is what happened to the D.C. jail.”

According to NBC affiliate, KNWA Mayor Kurt Maddox told, “It’s a shame something like this is what puts you in the public eye.”

 “This is not the city of Gravette. This one person is not who Gravette is and not who the people are.”

It is not sure yet if there is an attorney for Barnett yet.

Reportedly. on Wednesday, a laptop was also stolen from the conference room.

As stated, Trump was called upon by Pelosi and other Democratic leaders for the removal from office, as well his last few days at the White House.

A request has been made by the FBI to the public to help them identify Trump supporters who unlawfully invaded the Capitol.

Investigations are being carried out based on the surveillance footage, as well as social media posts.

Whereas in the 4-hour long riot clash, a majority of the protesters were allowed to leave, making things difficult to track down on an immediate basis.

According to D.C.’s Metropolitan Police Department, 41 people and dozen others arrested who were at the Capitol grounds on Wednesday and early Thursday.