At a time when a 69-year-old cancer-stricken Republican-American grandmother of five from Indiana was detained and imprisoned after being welcomed to the U.S. Capitol, a 69-year-old Republican-American grandmother of four from Florida was released from jail. On January 6, a Democrat worker with access to the same facility was exonerated for impersonating an FBI agent and threatening the United States Secret Service.
“Shocker. Another felonious Capitol Hill Democrat. Eye Roll,” posted one Twitter user in the perfect description of what is happening in this story.
In 2020, Sterling Devion Carter, a 25-year-old worker for Illinois Democrat Brad Schneider, impersonated an FBI agent and led bike cops on a pursuit through Washington, D.C.
Carter had constructed a faux police car with a spotlight and a laptop attachment on the dashboard.
He eluded the cops but was located in his parents’ native state of Georgia weeks later.
After an investigation, it was discovered that Carter had greatly increased his compensation by faking signatures and submitting unapproved documents, adding to his litany of heinous crimes.
But we are just now learning the specifics of the MAGA imitation.
Paul Sacca reported last week for The Blaze that “Democrat Congressional Staffer Pose as FBI Agent at Trump Rally, Leads Secret Service on Chase in DC, and Steals $80,000.”
Jon Doughtery wrote for Conservative Brief on specifics, stating, “On November 14, 2020, a Democratic employee faced significant legal issues after doing an act at a Trump event.
The Democratic staffer, according to court documents, posed as an FBI agent at the rally before leading police and the Secret Service on a chase through Washington, D.C. According to the records, the guy was ultimately apprehended because a T-shirt he was wearing alerted law police.”
Before he was caught, he handed himself a hefty $80,000 increase in secret, according to a story citing court documents.
According to court filings, a member of Rep. Brad Schneider’s (D-Ill.) staff discreetly resigned on November 14, 2020, after being accused of impersonating an FBI agent at a Trump event. Supposedly, Sterling Devion Carter attended a MAGA event in Washington, D.C., while impersonating as a phony FBI agent.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
The Daily Beast added, “Carter, who was standing near his parked car, was wearing a black T-shirt that read ‘federal agent,’ a police duty belt, a Glock pistol, extra ammunition, handcuffs, a radio, and an earpiece.”
“He apparently pulled off the hoax so successfully that, according to the report, people in the Trump crowd were thanking him for his service.
He was driving a blue Ford Taurus, which resembled an unmarked police vehicle. The car even had blue emergency lights, a driver’s door spotlight, a laptop mount on the dash, and its back seats that were partitioned off from the front to transport prisoners,” Sacca reported. CONTINUE READING…