Among the dimmest of the dimbulbs who stormed the Capitol last week is one Anthime Gionet, whose nom de ranged is 'Baked Alaska', who was recently arrested for his participation in the invasion. Gionet is basically a professional edgelord who went over the edge into neo-Nazism.
If you have a masochistic streak, or are a fan of horror mixed with cringe comedy, you can check out video editing genius Vic Berger's video compilation of Gionet's actions, ranging from stupid, misogynistic street pranks to whiny fulminations about social media bans, to outright fascist rampaging at the 2017 Charlottesville riot. He's also the epitome of a Backpfeifengesicht... I mean, just watch this four minute video of his idiocy: He has a particular knack for getting kicked out of places, and was awaiting trial for macing a bouncer in Scottsdale, AZ when he went to the DC insurrection. He's also addicted to filming his actions, and his livestream of the Capitol invasion has helped the FBI track down other rioters... again, we're talking about a dimbulb here. Apparently, he was dicking around on social media when he was arrested, being an 'extremely online' sort of asshole:
I don't think he will do well in prison. If fellow white supremacists don't shank him for being a snitch, someone in the general public will beat him to a pulp because the guy just can't avoid antagonizing people. He won't be dealing with teenaged convenience store clerks where he is going. As other members of the commentariat have remarked, Baked Alaska is cooked.
Tim "Baked Alaska" Gionet was apparently retweeting memes and fancam videos of himself from inside of a locked Twitter account right up to his arrest.— Michael Edison Hayden (@MichaelEHayden) January 16, 2021
Social media is causing a total break from reality in these people's minds. https://t.co/fwBxEuhODY