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Former Congressional Intern and Social Media Influencer Charged in Jan. 6 Attack

via Chrissie Mayr
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24-year-old conservative social media influencer Isabella DeLuca from Long Island, New York, was arrested and charged with misdemeanors for her alleged role in breaching the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021.

According to court documents, video evidence shows the woman entering the Capitol building through a broken window and later helping to pass a stolen table from inside out the same window.

“This table was subsequently used to assault law enforcement officers guarding the Lower West Terrace Tunnel,” an FBI agent’s affidavit read.

“Fight back or let politicians steal and election? Fight back!” DeLuca wrote on Jan. 6.

“People went to the Capitol building because that’s Our House and that’s where we go to take our grievances,” she said on Jan. 14. “People feel, as do I, that an election was stolen from them and it was allowed.”

In social media posts both during and after January 6th, she expressed support for those who entered the Capitol to protest the 2020 election results.

“Thank you everyone for all the kind messages and the support,” she wrote. “I appreciate it all.”

She now faces charges of theft, disorderly conduct and entering a restricted area in connection with the January 6th attack.

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