One of the MAGA faithful who participated in the Jan. 6 insurrection and rioting at the U.S. Capitol wept like a baby as he entered a guilty plea on charges of felony assault for his role in the violence which left five people dead.
According to WUSA, Robert Palmer appeared in court recently:
Robert Palmer, 54, of Tampa admitted in U.S. District Court that he was the man wearing a red, white and blue “Trump” jacket while attacking police protecting the entrance to the Lower West Terrace of the US Capitol January 6.
Palmer told U.S. District Court Judge Tanya Chutkan he was the one identified in Department of Justice images who threw a wooden plank at police, sprayed a fire extinguisher at officers until it was empty and then threw the empty fire extinguisher canister at the line of police.
But before he entered the courtroom, Palmer cried like the whiny domestic terrorist he is and will always be:
Before his court hearing, Palmer displayed a different bearing than the man captured in images from the riot – sobbing onto the shoulder of his defense attorney Bjorn Brunvand moments before the two men entered the court for Palmer to plead guilty to felony assault on law enforcement.
Palmer is just the latest of the Jan. 6 insurrectionists to complain about their arrest, incarceration, and upcoming sentencing, and yet none of them have bothered to explain why they felt the need to engage in what can only be considered a coup attempt against the legitimately elected government of the United States.
In July, Joe Biggs, a member of the Proud Boys domestic terror group, wrote a letter to a friend in which he complained that he had no privacy in jail while awaiting his day in court:
Boo freaking hoo! That’s what you get when you try to overthrow the government.
Let Palmer and Biggs continue to weep and gnash their teeth. The only person to blame for their current predicament is the idiot they see whenever they look in the mirror.