May 18, 2024

Chief Justice John Roberts Denies Release of J6 Rioter

A husband-and-wife couple became famous after they were arrested together in connection with the Jan. 6, 2021, breach of the Capitol.

Christopher Price was praying that his wife was going to be let out of jail, but the Supreme Court made a different decision:


According to federal court documents, Christopher Price and Cynthia Ballenger were charged in a criminal complaint in 2021, with four different counts each.

Their story became national news back then after federal authorities were anonymously tipped off about the defendants' alleged participation in the riots.

The message claimed that Ballenger and Price were "part of the crowd that entered" the building on the day in question.

Not only that, the couple apparently posted videos about their experience at the Capitol on their social media accounts.

The couple would eventually remove the original videos but left the comments sections visible.

It really is wild how many criminals go down these days because of their own stupidity on social media.

Since the couple couldn't keep themselves out of jail, they were hoping for America's Supreme Court to do it for them.

Chief Justice John Roberts pretty immediately made a decision in the case of Cynthia Ballenger v. United States of America: DENIED.

According to Josh Gerstein, "Chief Justice John Roberts has turned down a bid for release by a Maryland woman convicted of misdemeanors for entering Capitol during #J6 riot. Cynthia Ballenger asked to be let out of 4-month sentence after 2 months."

It's obviously very easy to support Donald Trump and his fans after seeing what the corrupt liberals at the top of this country have done, but Cynthia Ballenger clearly crossed a line that she shouldn't have crossed, and now she doesn't want to serve the appropriate punishment.

Ballenger should have NEVER posted about her crimes on social media, and I would imagine that a lot of people are of the opinion that whoever is going to advertise their illegal behavior like that probably doesn't deserve the same freedoms as those of us who are willing to follow the law.

What do you think?

Should Ballenger still be behind bars, or should Roberts have taken into consideration the fact that Ballenger probably thought she was fighting for freedom?

To read more about the details of this story, please feel free to click on the details of the decision here.

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