President Trump’s supporters withdrew their support after he used a vulgar term to describe Haiti and African countries. A white nationalist was arrested Tuesday in Washington, D.C., for allegedly threatening senators. The man told one senator that the “days of being nice are over.” Storming into Capitol Hill is now a crime punishable by six months imprisonment
A Trump supporter was arrested for storming the Capitol. The man plans to “work out a lot” in jail.
Jenna Ryan, a Capitol rioter, says she’s trying to see the bright side of things and that she’ll concentrate on herself during her two months in jail. (Photos: REX/Getty/@dotjenna/CBS)
One woman arrested on January 6 for storming the US Capitol expects to spend her time in jail doing yoga, consuming protein shakes, and losing weight.
Jenna Ryan stated in a TikTok video that the 60 days she’ll spend in prison next year would be “so worth it” if she can shed 30 pounds (13.6 kg) during her time there.
The 50-year-old, who was convicted in November, got one of the heaviest sentences handed out among the hundreds of rioters facing charges. She had admitted to a misdemeanor charge of marching, protesting, or picketing in the Capitol building.
‘For better or worse, you’ve become one of the faces of January 6,’ US District Judge Christopher Cooper told her at the time.
Jenna Ryan made global news earlier this year when she said that she would not be imprisoned due to her looks (photo courtesy of @dotjenna).
Ryan made global news when she was flown out to Washington, DC on a date to attend a rally by former President Donald Trump, and she chronicled the whole journey on social media. ‘Definitely not going to prison,’ she memorably tweeted afterwards. Sorry, I have blonde hair, fair complexion, a good career, and a bright future; I’m not going to prison.’
During her sentence, Judge Cooper underlined her apparent lack of remorse for her role in the tragic violence, noting that she knew it wasn’t a peaceful rally since she had seen images of the incident on her hotel television.
Ryan subsequently wrote to the court, stating that she does not believe she is “immune to punishment owing to my looks and social rank.”
On Sunday, Ryan informed her TikTok audience that she must report to jail during the first week of January while standing in front of a mirror in work out clothing.
Jenna Ryan uploaded a picture from her TikTok video in which she stated her fitness objectives for jail. (Photo credit: @dotjenna)
‘The only positive aspect of having to go to jail that I can see is that I’ll be able to work out a lot and do a lot of yoga and detox,’ she added.
Ryan achieved her ultimate fitness objective of losing 30 pounds (13.6kg) throughout her two-month incarceration. She went on to say that ‘the food is bad, and there’s no food,’ and that she won’t be eating much.
The Texas lady expressed her want for protein smoothies or protein bars, noting that she did not want to consume the “green baloney” served in jails.
‘It will be worth going to jail for 60 days if I can achieve it.’ ‘It will be totally worth it if I can drop thirty pounds,’ she remarked.
Jenna Ryan states in her TikToks that she is a’very optimistic’ person, but that going to jail would still be ‘hell.’ (Photo credit: @dotjenna)
Despite her intentions of achieving her “target weight” while incarcerated, Ryan said in a subsequent video that she does not believe it would be simple.
‘I have a great life on the other side of this,’ she said Tuesday. ‘It’s just that I have to go through hell first.’
Ryan described herself as a “really optimistic person” who “tries to see the bright side of things,” which is why she revealed her workout intentions.
Reading, Bible reading, and self-improvement are among her other January goals.
‘That’s what I want to do: read books, exercise, and grow as a person,’ she added. ‘Really concentrate on myself and try to make the most of a bad circumstance.’
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