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​Trump Supporter Stormed US Capitol On A Date But Was Ditched For Another Woman

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​Trump Supporter Stormed US Capitol On A Date But Was Ditched For Another Woman

A Trump supporter endedup travelling to take part in riots at the US Capitol after being invited by a 'very cute guy'... who later went off with another woman instead.

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Dallas real estate agent and radio show host Jenna Ryan, 50, was asked by a man on Facebook if she'd join him on a private plane to the Trump rally in Washington, DC, on 6 January.

She happily obliged, and ended up live-streaming herself entering the Capitol with fellow Trump fans - only for the footage to later get shared with the FBI and used against her.

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Ryan in front of a broken window at the US Capitol building. Credit: US Attorney's Office
Ryan in front of a broken window at the US Capitol building. Credit: US Attorney's Office

Ryan was arrested last Friday on charges of disorderly conduct and knowingly entering a restricted area.

Worse still, the date didn't go too well, either.

Speaking to NBC News, Ryan revealed her love interest had ditched her for another woman on the day.

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She said: "He was adorable. And there was another adorable girl there, too, and they ended up getting together, darn it."

The mystery man had reached out to her on Facebook two days before the planned rally, and soon she found herself being swept off to Washington via private jet, documenting the trip on social media.

Credit: NBC
Credit: NBC
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Ryan added: "I always see all these MAGA (Make America Great Again) rallies, so I said 'Heck yeah, let's go'.

"I mean, who wouldn't go and get on a private jet?"

Ryan planned to go to the US Capitol in 'solidarity' with President Trump, insisting she believes the discredited claim that the election was riddled with fraud.

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"I have no guilt in my heart," she said.

"My intention was not to have a riot. I did not want to have a riot. I was documenting what was going on in the environment I was in."

When questioned about how footage from the day captured her saying she and others were 'gonna go down and storm the Capitol', Ryan said she was not intending to be aggressive.

She continued: "If you look up the term storm, you can storm in the kitchen. You can storm in and say, 'No more'.

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"I'm not storming in to kill people. What I meant, life or death, is if someone kills me, I will stand for my truth, even if someone kills me."

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Topics: News, US News

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