New Footage: Jan. 6 Prisoner Shares Chilling Encounter He Had with Deputy Warden
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The establishment media treated nearly every person who was at the Capitol on Jan. 6 as a “domestic terrorist.” Some of these people were arrested and thrown in prison without an opportunity to contact anyone.
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Cowboys for Trump founder Couy Griffin was imprisoned for his involvement on Jan. 6. In the film, he describes the disturbing conditions he was met with.
While he was in prison, Griffin said he only saw the deputy warden one time. He said she essentially took the opportunity to justify the treatment he faced.
“She leaned down to my cell and she spoke through the little slot that they were feeding me through,” Griffin said. “And she said, ‘The only job these guards have is to keep your chest moving up and down.'”
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In addition to those chilling comments, Griffin said he faced many personal attacks in prison. He told filmmakers he was called names like “f***ing white cracker,” and employees made their disdain for his political views known.
“I don’t know how many times I heard the chants, ‘F Trump, F Trump, F Trump!'” Griffin said. “And these are by guards that work there.”
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This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.