Bloomberg: Capitol Rioter from Sellersville Has No Regrets, Plans To Return to D.C. for Inauguration

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Sellersville's Brandon Fellows has no regrets about his role in the unrest and plans to return to D.C. for the inauguration.

Brandon Fellows, who participated in the riot at Capitol Hill, does not regret his role in the unrest and plans to return to Washington, D.C. to protest the inauguration — if he is not previously arrested, writes William Turton for Bloomberg.

Fellows did not know there was a march planned for Jan. 6 that would ultimately overtake the U.S. Capitol. He simply wanted to see Trump give a speech, he said.

But once the crowd started moving, he found himself inside the breached building, posting images of his incursion on social media.

“I have no regrets,” said Fellows. “I didn’t hurt anyone, I didn’t break anything. I did trespass though, I guess.”

Fellows, a Trump supporter, is considering another protest on Jan. 20.

“Obviously, Trump started a movement in a way, but I think we started something even bigger by doing this,” Fellows said.

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