Stewart Rhodes

James Breheny allegedly wrote online after the Capitol attack about the need to “replace” the U.S. government.
Trump is "going to get railroaded,” said Stewart Rhodes, who's serving time for seditious conspiracy.
The man who founded the anti-government Oath Keepers group was found guilty of sedition for his role in the Capitol attack.
Rhodes numbered among five defendants in the monumental trial surrounding the insurrection on Jan. 6, 2021.
Democracy will fall if violence can be used to change the outcome of an election, warned prosecutor at trial of Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes.
Stewart Rhodes allegedly tried to covertly pass along the message several days after the deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol.
Officer Harry Dunn had to fight off members of the extremist group as they tried to access House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office on Jan. 6, 2021, he said.
In Stewart Rhodes' sedition trial, prosecutors say the extremist leader wanted to use the Insurrection Act to justify an armed invasion of the Capitol.
The five defendants say they were just security guards. Prosecutors say they tried to change the course of U.S. history.
Five Oath Keepers, including the group's founder, are going on trial this week for their role in the Capitol riot.