(Republican Insider) – Pressley Stutts served proudly in the United States Navy as a chaplain for over 30 years. He retired from his post in the armed forces and now owns a small business in the state of South Carolina. When he’s not working hard to provide for himself and his family, Pressley, a true patriot, volunteers his time and energy to save this great nation of ours.
According to Gateway Pundit, on January 6, the date of the infamous siege on the Capitol building, almost a million Americans showed up to Washington, D.C. to peacefully protest against what a majority of citizens in this country believe was an election stolen by power hungry Democrats who would take any means necessary to ensure former President Donald Trump was not allowed to have a second term.
Pressley was one of those Americans who decided to show up, brave the cold and hostile conditions that were put in place by the mayor of the city, to stand up for election integrity.
Mr. Stutts went to D.C. to show his support for former President Trump. He didn’t come there to participate in some planned insurrection and he certainly didn’t expect to find himself close to the action on the steps of the Capitol.
However, when barricades were removed and a police officer beckoned him to advance onto the steps, he joined with hundred of other individuals who were there to voice their support for the lawmakers inside the building who would reject electors from contested states.
Stutts never made it past the steps of the Capitol. But he did witness men dressed in black clothing break out windows at the Capitol building while the Trump supporters in attendance warned they were members of a radical left-wing group known as Antifa. Stutts then explained that he heard women shouting, “Antifa! Antifa!”.
“His time on the steps of the Capitol building was short-lived, but the targeting of Mr. Pressley for daring to stand on the steps of the Capitol building on January 6th may follow this innocent man for the rest of his life,” GP’s report said.
Stutt volunteered to speak with the FBI to help explain what happened that day at the Capitol, being a good citizen who believes in law and order. How was he rewarded for wanting to do the right thing? How about multiple interrogations by the TSA.
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