Did You Know A Texas Woman Took A Private Jet To D.C To ‘Storm The Capitol’?

Yes, you heard us right a Texas woman took a private jet to participate in the protests at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday.

We are all aware of the riots and disturbance within the Capitol of the USA. Let us tell you one more incident where one Dallas woman decided to fly by private jet just to participate in the initial protests in DC.

Jenna Ryan who happens to be a realtor and radio host took a private jet with three more of her friends to Washington DC to protest against the certification of President-elect Joe Biden’s victory over President Donald Trump. Texas Woman Took A Private Jet To D.C To Participate In The Protest

Jenna Ryan on Jan 3rd posted a status on her Facebook wall saying, “OK guess who’s going to DC by private jet?!?! Meeee,”. Later she even posted a picture with her three friends that had accompanied her to the protest on 5th Jan.

According to reports, it is said that Ryan flew from US Trinity Aviation in Denton. Jenna Ryan made sure to post several videos and photos during the protests from the Capitol of the US. Her social media accounts were filled with tweets and updates accompanied by video and photos.

Jenna Ryan even posted a photo of her on her Twitter accounts posing next to a broken window. Her post read, “Window at The capital,” Ryan wrote. “And if the news doesn’t stop lying about us we’re going to come after their studios next…”

If you think this was all that Ryan had posted nope there’s more to it she even live-streamed from the Capitol grounds saying “All these working-class people taking the week off,” Ryan said in the stream. “We flew here for freedom. They want to steal the election, they want to steal everything.”


Although we are not sure if she entered the building along with the mob that started to protest violently.  Many of her social media posts now have been taken down.

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