"WHITE nationalist" Tim Gionet, also known as "Baked Alaska," has been arrested by the FBI after live-streaming from the US Capitol during the riot earlier this month.
The far-right YouTube personality was arrested on Saturday, a law enforcement official told the Associated Press.'Baked Alaska' was arrested on SaturdayCredit: Instagram 'Baked Alaska' shared a livestream from the insurrection on January 6Credit: Twitter The far-right Youtuber was reportedly arrested in HoustonCredit: Instagram
Gionet was taken into custody from his home in Houston, Texas.
The FBI issued probable cause documents for Gionet on January 7.
Officials cited disorderly conduct in the Capitol, obstructing the building, and engaging in violence.
During a 20-minute livestream, Gionet shared video of supporters clad in MAGA and Trump gear inside the Capitol.
The video showed rioters snapping selfies with officers who asked them to leave the building.
People in the video were heard saying, “This is only the beginning."
The video also showed people chanting "Patriots are in control," "whose house? Our house," and "traitors, traitors, traitors," federal documents state.
Gionet was also heard saying "1776 baby," "I won't leave guys, don't worry," "I'm staying," and "Unleash the Kraken, let's go," the document alleged.
Around 100 people have been arrested in connection with the insurrection in Washington DC on January 6.Documents allege Gionet said 'This is only the beginning' in the livestreamCredit: Instagram Rioters sieged the Capitol on January 6Credit: AP:Associated Press A rioter is seen carrying a Confederate flag through the CapitolCredit: Reuters
Feds are still working to identify dozens of others seen in the incidents.
Among those is Texas realtor Jenna Ryan – who also live-streamed the event after she took a private jet from Washington DC.
Retired Air Force Veteran Lt. Col. Larry Rendall Brock Jr, 53, was also arrested and charged – as prosecutors alleged he planned to use zip ties to "take hostages and perhaps execute lawmakers."
Retired firefighter Robert Sanford was arrested after he allegedly hit three Capitol cops with a fire extinguisher.
Olympic gold-medalist Klete Keller was arrested and charged after he was spotted in what appears to be his Team USA jacket.
A firefighter, Andrew Williams, was also nabbed by Feds – but his lawyer blamed Trump for pushing "despicable behavior."A rioter is seen dangling from a balcony in the US Senate ChamberCredit: Getty Images - Getty Olympic gold medalist Klete Keller was among those arrestedCredit: Reuters A man seen wearing an 'Auschwitz' shirt and identified as Robert Keith Packer has also been arrestedCredit: Twitter Hundreds of rioters were seen in the Capitol on the January 6 insurrectionCredit: AFP or licensors
As Speaker Nancy Pelosi spoke of the man in the "Auschwitz" shirt – identified by NBC as Robert Keith Packer – she broke down in tears.
Officials recently shared horrifying video of a Capitol rioter who "crushed a cop against a door."
The FBI is probing "sedition and conspiracy" in the riots, as Feds warned that hundreds more may still be charged in the incidents.
Rioters stormed the building following a rally where President Trump told them to go to Congress and "fight like hell."
Trump was impeached in the House following the riots, as members of Congress charged him with inciting insurrection.
Nancy Pelosi breaks down in tears as she brands Capitol riot an ‘assault on our democracy’