A New Mexico county officer and creator of this team Cowboys for Trump, who pledged to return to Washington following a week's riot in the U.S. Capitol to put a flag House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's desk, was detained Sunday by the FBI.
According to court records, Griffin told researchers that he was"caught up" from the audience, which pushed its way through the barricades and entered the restricted region of this U.S. Capitol, however, stated he did not enter the construction and stayed stayed on the U.S. Capitol measures.
A movie posted on Griffin's private Facebook page reveals Griffin from the limited areas, according to the affidavit.
"I will continue to keep my right to keep arms. My automobile is an extension of my house in respect to this Constitution law, also that I have a right to possess these guns in my vehicle," he explained.
The ViacomCBS program"Inside Edition" revealed Griffin about the Capitol steps through the demonstration. "We are not going anyplace," he explained. "We are not planning to take for free to get an answer. We are not likely to receive our election stolen from us out of China."
When asked about remarks he left on Facebook that there is likely to be"blood flowing out" of the Capitol when there are more presentations, and if he was fearful that more people might perish, Griffin responded,"I'm more fearful of losing my liberty than I'm anything."
At another stage, Griffin also states,"We are not going to let it. There'll not be a Biden presidency."