One of the first rioters to breach the Capitol wanted the world see his QAnon shirt — to make sure that “‘Q’ could ‘get the credit,’” according to a federal affidavit.
Douglas Jensen, 41, quickly went viral after he was filmed leading a large mob as they chased hero lone cop Eugene Goodman through the Capitol corridors last Wednesday.
Investigators say the Iowa man confessed to making sure he was among the leaders of the siege to show that many were believers in the debunked conspiracy theory about Trump leading a secret campaign against “deep state” enemies and pedophiles.
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Jensen even posted since-deleted photos of himself at the riot, including one shared by the Des Moines Register that shows him with his arms spread to show his chest, asking, “You like my shirt?”
“He wanted to have his T-shirt seen on video so that ‘Q’ could ‘get the credit,’” FBI special agent Julie Williams wrote in a statement outlining