Hero cop comes face-to-face with man so out of touch with reality he seems to consider Trump God

Bobic identified the man leading the mob as Doug Jensen, of Iowa. He was arrested Saturday on five federal charges, according to jail records ABC-affiliated WOI-DT obtained. Jensen, 41, faces charges of knowingly entering a restricted building without lawful authority; disrupting the orderly conduct of government business; disorderly conduct and violent entry in a capitol building; “parading, demonstrating or picketing” in a Capitol building; and “obstructing a law enforcement officer during a civil disorder,” WOI reported.

Jensen worked as a laborer for the masonry company Forrest & Associate Masonry in Des Moines but has since been fired, CEO Richard Felice told KCCI. Jensen dismissed the news station as “Fake News” when a reporter reached out to him for his comment via Facebook. Jensen had earlier been quite active on the social media site, identifying himself facing off with officers and posting a photo of himself near the Washington Monument in the same QAnon T-shirt he was pictured in at the riot, according to the Des Moines Register. In a Facebook post dated Jan. 7, Jensen said the “Storm” was coming, a reference to the day QAnon conspiracy theorists believe Trump will “reveal the truth and arrest high-ranking Americans involved in the fake conspiracy,” the newspaper reported.

Daily Kos Hero cop comes face-to-face with man so out of touch with reality he seems to consider Trump God