This Indiana Woman Did Nothing Wrong on Jan 6. But Our Government Threatened Her With Years In Prison. Unless She Confessed To Crimes She Didn’t Commit & Publicly Renounced Her MAGA Beliefs.

After months and millions of dollars of investigation and and interrogations by thousands of federal agents, this photo is the only evidence prosecutors have that Anna Morgan-Lloyd committed a crime.

Anna Morgan-Lloyd had every moral, legal, and Constitutional right to do what she did.  This 49 year old grandmother from Bloomfield, Indiana supported Republican President Trump in last year’s election.   On January 6, she went to Washington, D.C. “peaceably assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances”.

To understand how wrong and evil this is, please click here for YouTube video by Sarah Corriher, “The Crusader Girl”.  Also at

Her grievance was that she believed President Trump had won the November election.  She believed Democrats cheated to win electoral votes in certain swing states.  She came to Washington to urge members of Congress to investigate the election, before certifying the results.  She walked into a trap.

Those familiar with the Constitution know she was mistaken.  Article II, Section 1 and the 12th Amendment of the Constitution, adopted in 1804, determine how the President and Vice-President are chosen.

According to Article II, Section 1:  “Each State shall appoint, in such Manner as the Legislature thereof may direct, a Number of Electors, equal to the whole number of Senators and Representatives to which the State may be entitled in the Congress”.  That means New Jersey has 2 Senators and 12 Members of Congress and chooses 14 Electors.

According to the 12th Amendment:  “The Electors shall meet in their respective states, and vote by ballot for President and Vice-President. . .  They shall make distinct lists of all persons voted for as President, and of all persons voted for as Vice President, and of the number of votes for each, which lists they shall sign and certify, and transmit sealed to the seat of the government of the United States, directed to the President of the Senate (This year, it was Vice-President Pence).   The President of the Senate (Vice President Pence) shall, in the presence of the Senate and House of Representatives, open all the certificates and the votes shall be counted.  The person having the greatest number of votes for President, shall be the President, if such number be a majority of the whole number of Electors appointed. . . “

Vice President Pence had no Constitutional power to do anything other than open the 50 envelopes from the 50 states and read the certified results from each state.  If any candidate received a majority of of those votes, that candidate automatically became President. Congress is required to be present witness the opening of the sealed envelopes from each state, and make sure they are genuine.  Congress has no power to challenge what is inside those envelopes!

President Trump was wrong to tell his supporters that Vice-President Trump had the power to to reject the certified results from any state.  Democrats and the media were wrong in reporting that Congress had a duty to “certify” the results.  As a result, most Americans mistakenly believe that Vice-President Pence and all members of Congress had important work to do on January 6.  Anna Morgan-Lloyd was one of them.  She was there to “peaceably assemble” and “petition” Vice-President Pence and Congress to delay the certification of electoral votes in certain states until election results in those states could be investigated.

The right of American citizens to assemble peaceably and make their opinions known is absolute.  The First Amendment was adopted to make sure that in America, the government has no power to decide which opinions are “correct” and therefore permitted.

Anna Morgan-Lloyd first attended a rally near the White House together with 50,000 to 100,000 people.  It was a peaceful event.  There President Trump gave a speech urging people to peacefully make their views known to their elected representatives at the Capitol.   Anna Morgan-Lloyd then walked with her friend to the Capitol Building.  She never threatened or attacked anyone.   When she got to the Capitol building, she saw that the doors in front of her were open and that people were peacefully walking inside.  Anna Morgan-Lloyd peacefully walked through the open doors and walked inside.  There were no signs warning her that entry to this public building was restricted.  Capitol Police did not in any way warn her that she would be trespassing or violating any law if she walked inside.

Since the English “Riot Act” of 1714, peaceful members of a crowd could not be arrested or charged for being part of an unlawful mob unless they were first warned and given a chance to disperse.  Virtually every state and federal trespassing laws, including New Jersey’s “defiant trespassing” law, requires that either signs be posted or oral instructions given, warning people not to enter restricted property.

Anna Morgan-Lloyd and her friends peacefully wandered around the building “like a tourist” for about 15 to 20 minutes.  She took this photo of herself and her friends and posted it on Facebook.  Then she left and went home.  At no time did she or anyone in her group come close to or communicate with anyone who attacked or threatened police, or who broke windows or used force to enter the building.  Anna Morgan-Lloyd posted on Facebook that this was “the most exciting day of my life”.

Anna Morgan-Lloyd at no time attacked or threatened any police officers or elected officials.  She was not near and had no contact with anyone who did.

After she got home,  Anna Morgan-Lloyd was horrified to learn that a small group of people was violent that day.  They broke windows, forced open doors, and attacked police officers.  They were criminals and deserved to be identified, arrested, and punished.  However, Anna Morgan-Lloyd had nothing to do with them.

Weeks later, the U.S. Justice Department and FBI under Democratic President Biden identified Anna Morgan-Lloyd through that photo she took.  They arrested her and charged her with multiple offenses.  The most serious offense was “obstruction of an official proceeding” which provides for up to 20 years in federal prison.  Federal sentencing guidelines call for 4 years and 3 months in prison for first offenders.  She was also charged with “knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful authority” which also provides for a long prison term.

So far, 532 people people who entered the Capitol on January 6 have been charged and arrested.  Only a handful have been charged with attacking police officers, or physically forcing upon doors or windows.  Most, like Anna Morgan-Lloyd, were charged with nothing other than peacefully walking in and out of the building.

Democrats and the media repeatedly describe each of them as “rioters” and “insurrectionists”.  They carefully avoid describing them as “protestors”.    Democrats and the media repeatedly and falsely described the rioters who broke windows, set fires, and looted stores throughout the summer of 2020 as “protesters” or “mostly peaceful protesters”.

To understand how wrong and evil this is, please click here for YouTube video by Sarah Corriher, “The Crusader Girl”.  Also at


The “Defiant Trespass” Law of New Jersey is typical of that in most jurisdictions.   A crime is only committed when someone enters or remains in a place owned or controlled by someone else “despite having been given notice to stay off the premises.  The notice can be given in the form of an actual communication by a property owner, or it can be communicated through a “PRIVATE PROPERTY” sign.   Defiant trespassing in New Jersey, as in most states, is a petty disoerly persons offense and a conviction could expose the offender to 30 days in jail and a fine of up to $1,000.  Summary courtesy of the Travis J. Tormey, Esq. Law Firm, Hackensack, NJ


This video explains in detail how there was no “probable cause”, no “proof beyond a reasonable doubt” and no evidence whatsoever that Anna Morgan-Lloyd knowingly did anything wrong.   Yet knowing and willful conduct are essential elements of every crime she was accused of.  And yet the federal prosecutors, the federal judge, and even her own public defender ignored the law and the evidence.  The all told her that the only way she could get “lenient” treatment was to confess to crimes she did not commit, and publicly renounce her political beliefs and agree that they were evil.

Meanwhile Democrats have been routinely attacking and injuring police, breaking windows, forcing open doors, looting and setting fires since the Madison Wisconsin riots of 2011.  They rioted during Trump’s inauguration in 2017.  They physically disrupted Senate confirmations for Justice Kavanaugh, and banged on the doors of the Supreme Court while in session.   Just last week, they bragged about disrupting a session of the Pennsylvania Legislature.  Yet the media called them “protesters” and “activists”.  The media NEVER called them “rioters” or “insurrectionists”.  Most were released shortly after their arrest and only a handful were found guilty of any offense or punished in any way.  So far, neither Steve Young, nor any of the rioters who were arrested for blocking traffic, breaking windows, or looting stores last summer in Atlantic City have had their cases. heard.

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