Heartbreaking Interview with Father of Jake Lang: He Saved Trump Supporter Philip Anderson’s Life on Jan. 6 from Capitol Police — Now He’s a Political Prisoner in Washington DC

Political prisoner Jake Lang is serving time in Washington DC for his actions on Jan. 6. Lang was trampled when Capitol Police pushed Trump supporters down the stairs outside the US Capitol.
Jake was buried under several people when the Capitol police started pushing protesters down the stairs. He was next to Rosanne Boyland who was killed by police when they continued to push Trump protesters on top of them. Jake saw Rosanne die. He saw it in her eyes. He saw Philip Anderson’s limp body. And he decided to take action.

Jake, who is a former wrestler, was able to save himself and then he saved Philip Anderson who he pulled to safety. His rescue of Philip Anderson was caught on video. The entire time he was pulling Philip to safety the police continued to beat protesters with sticks and spray them with pepper spray.

Jake saved Philip Anderson’s life.  Then he went back and confronted the police who were still attacking the Trump supporters.  It should be noted that the Trump crowd was entirely peaceful until the Capitol Police decided to fire flash grenades on the men, women, children and seniors who had gathered outside the US Capitol.
This was all captured on video and the fake news mainstream media refuses to report this truth.
On Thursday we spoke to Jake’s father Ned.  This was a heartbreaking interview.  Ned and his son are true American patriots.  Now Jake is in isolation in a DC prison.  Ned says the guards will lock up the political prisoners for days at a time.  His son is abused by the guards.  Another prisoner lost his eye in a beating.
This is inhumane.  This is un-American. This is torture.
Here is our heartbreaking interview with Ned Lang, the father of Jake Lang.


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