“Can’t believe I’m going to Jail for a Nft Salesman”
- “Baked Alaska”, a far-right personality, tweeted that he couldn’t believe he was “going to prison for an nft saleman.”
- “Baked Alaska,” whose real title is Anthime Gionet participated in the January 6, 2020 Capitol riot.
- He pleaded guilty for one misdemeanor that could carry a sentence of up 6 months. His sentencing hearing takes place in January.
“Baked Alaska”, a far-right internet personality, was not happy with the announcement by former President Donald Trump on Thursday that he would be launching a series digital trading card NFTs.
“I can’t believe I’m going to prison for an nft saleman,” Baked Alaska, whose real identity is Anthime Gionet. tweetedThursday afternoon
Gionet participated the attack on the US Capitol, January 6, 2021. Gionet later pleaded guilty one misdemeanor charge of parading and demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol Building. Gionet’s sentencing hearing will be held on January 12.
Trump, who announced his 2024 presidential campaign last week, teased his NFT collection for the first time in a Truth Social posting on Wednesday.
“AMERICA NEEDS A SUPERHERO!” Tomorrow I will make a MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENT. “Thank You!” He wrote: The statement was accompanied with a video showing Trump as a Superman-style superhero, complete with laser beams shooting from his eyes.
He replied on Thursday morning via Twitter, writing that the “official Donald Trump Digital Trading Card Collection is now available!” These limited edition cards feature amazing ART of my Life & Career!”
He stated that the cards are similar to a baseball card but are more exciting and cost $99 each.
Gionet, who streamed himself storming Capitol on January 6, had no hesitation in reacting to Trump’s announcement.
He tweeted, “i wanted to make America great again but all I got was this shitty NFT.”
—Baked Alaska™️ (@bakedalaska) December 15, 2022
In another tweet, he said that America doesn’t need a super-hero. It needs Jesus.
Gionet rose to prominence during the 2016 election as a far-right internet trolling troll, and Trump supporter. He was a part of the neoNazi “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia in August 2017. He has a long history sharing antisemitic propaganda and white nationalist propaganda.
He was banned from Twitter permanently in 2017 after violating the platform’s hateful behavior policy. This prohibits “repeated &/or or other non-consensual insults, epithets and racist tropes or any content that degrades anyone.”
Twitter, however is now owned and controlled by Elon Musk (free speech absolutist). reinstated Gionet’s accountThis week, earlier.
Gionet was detained shortly after the Capitol Riot. Gionet was arrested shortly after the Capitol riot. According to his livestream, he shouted at one time while storming the building. “We ain’t leaving this bitch!”
He will also begin a 30-day sentence in prison beginning January 2nd for an unrelated charge of macing security guards in late 2020. The Daily Beast reported.
He was convicted in January of that year. He appealed against the verdict, but was denied.
Gionet spoke to his followers about the denial of the Capitol riot charge last month, and expressed frustration at his scheduled sentencing hearing.
“And then, this is not even the January 6th thing!” Gionet spoke of the 30-day sentence for mace charges. “Then, I have to serve January 6. It’s so awful! It sucks.
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