The FBI has arrested Jenny Cudd for her role in the Capitol riots last Wednesday which she later bragged about on social media, CBS7 reports.
After the riot, Cudd posting a video on Facebook of herself confessing to being a part of a group of Trump supporters that broke down the door to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office.
“We did break down Nancy Pelosi’s office door and somebody stole her gavel and took picture sitting in the chair flipping off the camera, and that was on Fox News,” Cudd said. “Patriots got down on the floor and were sitting in the House members and the senators’ chairs.”
She later doubled down, telling CBS7 in an interview that she is proud of what she did and she’d do it again only next time she would wear a gas mask.
“Do I think that it was wrong for us to go to the Capitol? Absolutely not. Do I think that it was wrong for me to go through an open door and get inside of the Capitol? No I don’t. I didn’t break any laws, I didn’t do anything unlawful, and I think that’s probably why the FBI and the law enforcement have not contacted me,” Cudd said.
Cudd a Texas resident and florist who ran for mayor of Midland in 2019 and received 16 percent of the vote was among a mob of Trump supporters who stormed the Capitol last Wednesday while lawmakers were voting to certify Joe Biden as the winner of the election.
“I’m proud of everything that I was part of today and I’ll be proud of everything that I’ll be a part of at the next one, and we’ll see what happens at that,” she said of the riot. “I hope you will share this video because we know that mainstream media isn’t going to cover it.”