A well-funded Black Lives Matter activist was arrested Thursday for inciting violence inside the Capitol building during the DC riots. It was John Sullivan's second arrest in one week.
The Utah resident and anti-Trump activist told Just the News last week that he was present in Washington, DC, the day of the riot "specifically [as] a journalist, just to record the events that were going down."
But photos show Sullivan wearing pro-Trump gear and carrying a Trump flag. He was captured on video shouting "Let's go. This shit is ours!" and "Let's burn this shit down."?
He bragged online that he broke a window at the Capitol building and led pro-Trump protesters inside.
Sullivan just happened to be filming near Air Force veteran Ashli Babbitt when she was shot and killed by a Black Secret Service agent outside the Senate chamber.
Moments after Babbitt was shot, Sullivan's blonde accomplice, Jade Sacker, couldn't contain her excitement.
"We did it!" Sacker told Sullivan. "You were right! We did it!"
"Dude, I was trying to tell you," Sullivan replied. "I couldn't say much. Is this not going to be the best film you've ever made in your life?"
Sullivan was arrested on January 6, and charged with "rioting and criminal mischief." He was quickly released when he told police he was a "journalist" covering the riots.
Sullivan made the rounds on cable television news, explaining what he saw when Babbitt was shot just feet away from him.
The FBI later insisted no Black Lives Matter or Antifa activists participated in the riots.
But dozens of videos have since surfaced showing Sullivan instigating violence inside the Capitol building on Jan. 6.
Sullivan was arrested again on Thursday, Jan. 14, on charges stemming from his involvement in the riots. He is still in custody at this time.
Authorities used Sullivan's own videos to make the arrest, according to KUTV 2 News.
The feds were willing to let Sullivan go the first time. But he ran his mouth too much for them to ignore him.