John Earle Sullivan

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John Earle Sullivan (born July 18, 1994) is an Antifa/BLM terrorist[1] and CNN / NBC contractor who led the January 6, 2021 assualt on the United States Capitol building. CNN and NBC paid Sullivan $77,000 for his services inside the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021.[2][3]

Sullivan is a Utah-based Antifa/BLM activist[4] Sullivan organized a BLM rally an hour earlier on January 6, 2021 at 11 AM, and tweeted about the existence of BLM buses[5] Chartered vans of BLM/Antifa actors were escorted by state police in black, unmarked SUVs to the doorstep of the Capitol into the midst of the crowd.[6][7][8]

John Sullivan dressed in MAGA gear.[9]

Sullivan was arrested for his actions in the Capitol that day, then released without charges once his Leftist political preferences were discovered.[10][11] Sullivan also gave an interview to CNN the same day.

In an interview given the next day, Sullivan said,[12]

Interviewer: I'm of the opinion that what we saw yesterday was very much by design; that we did have agent provocateurs, and I'm of the opinion that you're one of them.

Sullivan: Interesting. Really interesting on that. Why do you think I'm one of them?

Interviewer: Because of who your father is, your father's a psyops man.

Sullivan: So you've met my dad. Okay, so...

Interviewer: Kind of further elaborates my point

Sullivan: It was explained to you because...I knew we were going to storm the Capitol... I'm on chats. I'm on underground chats like... I have my researchers. I have my researchers....That is not me. But I have people, right? And I'm not saying some [expletitve] cop type [expletive]. I'm saying my people in my organization, Insurgence USA, was civil rights group, that is Black Lives Matter, or if you want to label Antifa because Trump wants to label Antifa, but I label myself as Insurgence USA, but for people's context, right? Um, yeah. They they are in chats/ They can, they can easily get me information on what's going on. And the samewith everybody else. But it's a collective of people. You can disassociate yourself. I have John Sullivan. I have Jaden X. That separates. I have Insurgence USA civil rights organization. So it separates my, I separate my identity based on the specific role that I'm playing, right?

Interviewer: Is there really a separation?

'Sullivan: There is a separation. There is a separation for sure, because I can't, I can't be in a crowd full of Trump supporters and say '[expletive] the police', or say the things that I would during my regular activism.

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