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Woman Tries To Cover Tracks After Posting Her Participation At Capitol Riot

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Jenna Ryan is a conservative radio host and a real estate agent who had the money to fly on a private jet down to Washington D.C. from Texas and join in with the insurrectionists smashing windows at the Capitol building.

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Ryan must have thought she was participating in some sort of elaborate LAARPing session, because she's not trying to hide that she participated after posting everything she did all day.

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She even live-streamed the event on Facebook, saying, "All these working class people taking the week off … We flew here for freedom. They want to steal the election, they want to steal everything....We the people are pissed off … We flew by a private jet, God wanted us here today. Trump is my president."

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This woman is confused on multiple levels, but especially about the definition of "working class."

After the mayhem at the Capitol, Ryan posted, "We just stormed the capital [sic]. It was one of the best days of my life."

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She also shared a photo of herself standing next to a smashed window at the building:

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This evidence was compiled by Twitter user @maveryleans, who tweeted it at the DC Police Department after they asked for help identifying other individuals.

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Ryan has been trying to get rid of her social media, or at least the more damning posts about her participation in a highly illegal coup. But the Internet is written in ink, including this very wild review about Ryan's real estate acumen:

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In a statement, Ryan attempted to denounce the violence at the Capitol and say she had no idea it would happen, but other videos found by social media sleuths say otherwise:

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Ryan's Twitter has been set to private at the moment, and no one knows if she will be arrested for her actions on January 6th. She will definitely be remembered by everyone else.