ARRESTED: Blake Reed, the guy who posted on Facebook ‘No Antifa. No BLM’

Nashville, Tennessee – The FBI arrested a man in Nashville early Sunday morning after he allegedly posted from his Facebook account about participating in the riots at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6., also adding some criticism for Antifa and Black Lives Matter.

Blake A. Reed, 35, was arrested by FBI agents in Nashville Sunday morning, the U.S. Attorney-Middle District of Tennessee announced on Twitter Sunday. The tweet said Reed was charged in connection to the Capitol riots, but did not provide additional details other than a selfie of Reed and a screenshot of a Facebook post from his account tagged with the location United States Capitol.

“We The People have spoken and we are pissed! No antifa, no BLM … We The People took the Capitol! Every American ethnicity was here. Democratic tyranny WILL NOT STAND! WE HAVE SPOKEN!!” Blake Austin Reed said in a Facebook post, sharing photos of rioters outside the Capitol on Jan. 6.

The post included several hashtags including #StopTheSteal, content which Facebook since said it would begin actively removing in the days leading up to the inauguration. Reed is photographed on the left wearing goggles on his forehead and what appeared to be a gas mask around his neck.


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