Antifa Thug Released After He Was Filmed Breaking Windows at Capitol While Kid Went to DC Gitmo for Filming It
Jeff Zink, a congressional candidate from Arizona, is furious. An antifa punk who was captured on video smashing out a window on the Capitol was given a free pass, but Zink’s son, who recorded the incident spent weeks in D.C. Gitmo for doing so.
Despite never having set foot inside the Capitol Building and committing not a single violent act, Ryan Zink spent six weeks in the DC Gulag and now faces up to 22 years in jail.
The antifa thug was only given a four-month sentence in an ordinary jail, where he won’t be assaulted every day for saying the Pledge of Allegiance and singing the National Anthem. I genuinely hope that the prosecutors have to answer for their biased injustice when Trump returns to the White House and are forced to spend their sentences in D.C. Gitmo themselves, where they will be held in solitary confinement.
Zink’s son wrote to his dad,
“Dad, I don’t mind getting beaten every night at 9 o’clock when we say the Pledge of Allegiance and sing the National Anthem. But the guy that was beaten next to me, I could hear what they did for a very long time. They ended up having to take him to the infirmary. I don’t know if he’s alive or dead or whatever. They are now trying to kill us inside of this Gulag. You’ve got to get me out.”
On the one hand, there is Ryan Zink, a devout Christian student at Texas Tech who is facing 22 years in federal prison despite never having set foot in the Capitol and yelling at protesters to stop interfering with the police as they carried out their duty of arresting a vandal who was damaging federal property. As part of his father’s congressional campaign, Zink was there to capture the momentous occasion on camera.
On the other hand, there is Hunter Ehmke, who went to Washington, D.C., by himself. Unsurprisingly, he also went alone to Portland, Oregon, and Seattle, Washington, as was stated in his sentence document before it was extensively redacted. According to investigative journalist Bobby Powell, chats he had with Ehmke’s mother showed that Ehmke supported the BLM and Antifa movements. He was seen on video smashing more glass than Ryan Zink ever did while wearing all-black clothing before being taken into custody and released without further incident. Unlike those charged with crimes that involved much less physical harm, he was oddly freed the day following his indictment and has since received a sentence of just four months in jail. In contrast to many people who are still in solitary after 18 months, many of whom have never entered the Capitol or damaged any property, he never ever set foot in the Gulag.