The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) recently hired Dyjuan Tatro, the former “triggerman” for Albany’s Original Gangsta Killers street gang, who referred to police officers as “white supremacists” after the January 6 Capitol riot and once defended looting as a “VITAL form of social PROTEST,” social media posts show.
The DCCC announced the addition of Tatro as the “Senior Advisor of Strategic Outreach for the DCCC’s Diversity and Inclusion Department” in a February 3 announcement, describing him as someone who “has leveraged his education and experience to shift public policy in favor of expanding college in prison.”
Congressional Democrats' campaign organization just hired a senior-level staffer who, during the riots last summer, stated that looting is "a vital form of social protest."
— Jaime Herrera Beutler (@JaimeForUSRep) February 16, 2021
Tatro has been described as the former ‘triggerman” for the OGK street gang, serving time in prison for shooting “two rival gang members” in 2006, according to the New York Post.