He was unsuccessful, according to court documents, but the attempt raises questions about the White House's connections to last year's Capitol riot.
Brian Ulrich, 44, is the second member of the far-right gang to plead guilty to a seditious conspiracy charge in the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol attack.
The far-right militant "presents a clear and convincing danger," a federal judge said.
The Oath Keeper “QRFs” show how things could have been a lot worse, and how much more there is to learn.
“They’re a violent militia group trying to overthrow democracy and they sound like waiters getting ready for work."
Several members of the right-wing organization have been arrested in connection with the attack on the Capitol.
The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol insurrection has issued subpoenas to three extremist organizations.
“I was wondering what was required to become an oath keeper,” one Texas soldier reportedly wrote in an email to the violent extremist group.
Despite fears of violence on Saturday, it’s unclear which of the major far-right groups, if any, will show up for the event.
"I have so much information in there - it's nuts," Kellye SoRelle told HuffPost about her iPhone.