February 10, 2024

Alex Jones' Sidekick Promises To Take J6 Appeal To Supreme Court

Conservatives are likely CHEERING over the latest news surrounding radio show host Alex Jones.

Jones' co-host, Owen Shroyer, has received news from the D.C. Court of Appeals regarding his case related to the Jan. 6 Capitol unrest.

Shroyer’s appeal has been denied.

So, why are conservatives likely cheering?

Because Shroyer is not taking “no” for an answer.

Shroyer appeared on an episode of the Breanna Morello show to confirm his plans.

He is headed to the Supreme Court for help.

Breanna Morello took to X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, to share her interview with Shroyer.

Morello also wrote in the post that Shroyer is “now taking his arguments to the Supreme Court and hoping SCOTUS takes up his Free Speech case.”

Many have commended Shroyer for not giving up and making his voice heard.

Shroyer has already been convicted and has completed his sentence of 60 days in jail.

As a result of the Jan. 6 demonstrations, Shroyer was charged for his decision to stand at the top of the Capitol building’s steps and blow a bullhorn.

He also got into trouble for posting to the InfoWars website about the protests.

Shroyer was not alone in his actions that day.

On Jan. 6, 2021, thousands of Americans swarmed the Capitol.

Fast forward to today, and only 750 have gone to trial for their actions during the protests. Far fewer have actually been sentenced to time behind bars.

Shroyer has already done his time.

He is fighting for his right to free speech.

Now, he will go before the Supreme Court and ask for help.

After this, there are not many other options left.

Do you think the Supreme Court will help Shroyer?

Let us know in the comments below.

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