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Man Gets Arrested After Watching Mike Lindell’s Cyber Symposium


Apparently it’s now a crime to watch a Mike Lindell video.

Doug Jenson who was arrested for trespassing inside of the Capitol Building was released from jail only under the condition that he refrained from watching “conspiracy theory” videos.

Well on Thursday a judge put Jensen back in jail after court officials  found him watching Mike Lindell’s Cyber Symposium.

The judge said Jensen will go back to jail because he violated his conditions that he would not continue watching “conspiracy videos”.

The Huff Post got the scoop(of course with a liberal bias)

A QAnon conspiracy theorist who stormed the U.S. Capitol in support of former President Donald Trump was ordered jailed once again on Thursday after he went online to watch conspiracy videos in violation of his conditions of pretrial release.

Doug Jensen was arrested in Des Moines, Iowa, just two days after the Capitol attack. HuffPost reporter Igor Bobic captured video of Jensen at the head of a mob as he chased Officer Eugene Goodman up a flight of stairs and came within a few feet of the entrance to the Senate chamber.

Here’s the scary moment when protesters initially got into the building from the first floor and made their way outside Senate chamber.

Kelly said he let Jensen out of jail previously because Jensen had represented that he was misled by a “pack of lies.” But now, Kelly said, it was clear that Jensen hadn’t had the “wake-up call that he needs” to comply with his conditions of release in the future.

“I ordered the various conditions of release in this case because of the role that the internet conspiracy theories appeared to have played in Mr. Jensen’s alleged conduct,” Kelly said. “One of the reasons … I decided to let him out with those conditions was in part based on his representations that he understood that they were a ‘pack of lies’ and that he had turned the corner.”

Kelly said Jensen had shown an “inability or unwillingness” to follow the orders of law enforcement, both on Jan. 6 and afterwards.

The Des Moines Registrar go the scoop too:

Doug Jensen, a Des Moines man charged in the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol, was released from jail in July after he promised he would abide by the rules the court set if a judge would allow him to go home until his trial.

Although he promised not to access the internet, on Thursday, he was ordered back to jail because he violated the terms of his pretrial release by using an iPhone connected to the internet in August, just two weeks after he was released.

“Frankly, I think it’s probably a logical inference that there are no conditions that I can impose that will ensure Mr. Jensen does not pose a risk to the community,” Judge Timothy Kelly said Thursday. “I made Mr. Jensen’s conditions of release extraordinarily clear.”

A Federal Officer really spied on Jensen while he was in his own garage watching Mike Lindell’s Cyber Symposium in his garage!

It’s obvious the Feds knew which day Mike was holding his Cyber Symposium and made sure to visit Jensen on that particular day.


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