FBI Sends SWAT Team of 20 Agents to Home of Hollywood Actor Who Left Democrat Plantation and Walked into US Capitol on Jan. 6

The FBI sent a SWAT team of 20 agents to the home of Hollywood actor Siaka Massaquoi in North Hollywood just before 6 AM on Friday.
The Wray FBI felt it necessary once again to use the full force of the law to arrest a Hollywood actor in a predawn raid for walking into the US Capitol on Jan. 6.

Los Angeles-based Siaka Massaquoi posing with activist Philip Anderson on Jan. 6. Anderson was viciously beaten by Antifa at an earlier protest.
We now know that 38% of the 800 protesters who entered the US Capitol on January 6th were waved in by Capitol Police at the West Terrace entrance.
Massaquoi is a staunch conservative and Trump supporter who left the Democrat plantation to support President Trump and conservative causes.
Democrats hate this.
The Daily Mail reported:

A Hollywood actor who has appeared in the TV reboot of Lethal Weapon as well as the series S.W.A.T. and NCIS: Los Angeles had his home raided by the FBI last week after he allegedly took part in the January 6 Capitol riot.
Some 20 agents in tactical gear raided the home of Siaka Massaquoi in North Hollywood just before 6am on Friday, the Los Angeles Times reported.
The home that was raided also lists another individual, 42-year-old Brian Burks.
Burks’ ex-wife, Luvelle Mendoza, told the Times that her former spouse was briefly detained by authorities. It is unclear if Massaquoi was arrested.
DailyMail.com has reached out to Massaquoi for comment.
Mendoza said that the two young boys that she had with Burks, ages three and seven, were at home at the time of the raid.
‘My heart breaks,’ Mendoza said.
‘They had to see the big guns and I just think, I wasn’t there to console them.’
Mendoza said her ex-husband called her at around 6am on the day of the raid and told her he needed to drop off the children.


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