A MAN charged over the Capitol riot allegedly boasted he had urinated in speaker Nancy Pelosi's office as he posted videos of himself on Facebook.
James Douglas Rahm faces charges including illegally entering a restricted area, disorderly conduct and obstruction of Congress - which could carry a prison sentence of up to 20 years.James Douglas Rahm has been charged over the riot at the CapitolCredit: Justice Department Court Filings James Douglas Rahm documented his part in the insurrection on FacebookCredit: U.S. Attorney's Office
Prosecutors accuse Rahm of documenting his part in the insurrection - which left five people dead, including a cop - on Facebook.
He posted videos and offered commentary as the horde of rioters spilled into the Capitol Rotunda on January 6 as Congress was certifying the election of President Joe Biden.
"Time to find some brass and kick some frickin' ass," the 61-year-old said in one clip, reports The Philadelphia Inquirer.
He boasted: "Do not believe the media. There were no anarchists. No antifa. Just patriots trying to take our country back.”
And responding to one pal who urged him to give House Speaker Pelosi a kiss, he replied: "P*ssed in her office."
The social media posts are included in court filings which have now been made public a month after his arrest in Phladelphia.
Law enforcement has launched a nationwide effort to track down the rioters who shocked the world when they overran police and stormed the Capitol.
More than 300 people have been charged from more than 40 states over the violence which continues to cast a long shadow over Washington DC.
Much of the evidence against Rahm, a high rise restoration worker and member of Bikers from Trump, was compiled by police from his social media posts.
FBI agents claim the Trump fan had made efforts to cover his tracks - deleting many of his Facebook posts as a manhunt was launched in the aftermath of the chaos.James Douglas Rahm boasted he 'p*ssed' in Nancy Pelosi's officeCredit: Getty Images - Getty
However, three people - including one who court docs say had known Rahm for more than ten years - had saved screenshots which they handed to the FBI.
Rahm appears in one selfie with his eyes puffy, which he blamed on receiving a blast of pepper spray, as he sports a beanie emblazoned "Trump".
"Home alive. History made. I walked through Pelosi’s office. I should have s**t on her desk," he wrote.
Feds say they corroborated the social media evidence with security footage from the Capitol.
It is alleged Rahm had previously been involved in a confrontation with anti-Trump protesters during the former president inauguration in 2017.
He was described by Associated Press as tell them "get a job" in a "lengthy and at times profane" exchange.
"Stop crying, snowflakes. Trump won," he said.
The Capitol riot came after Trump and many other high profile Republicans spread false claims that he had won the election and it had somehow been "stolen" - despite losing to Biden 232 to 306.Five people died in the Capitol riot including a police officerCredit: Reuters At least 138 police officers were injured as Trump fans rampaged through the CapitolCredit: Getty Images - Getty
Law enforcement is continuing to try and piece together the events on January 6 which saw thousands of MAGA fans march from a Trump rally to the Capitol.
FBI officials are urgently trying to trace a rioter seen using mace or bear spray on officers over the death of Capitol cop Brian Sicknick.
Former Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund described a scene that was “like nothing” he had seen in his 30 years of policing as he testified before the Senate.
He added: “I witnessed insurgents beating police officers with fists, pipes, sticks, bats, metal barricades, and flag poles. These criminals came prepared for war.”
Questions remain over how organized the rioters were - with the alleged leader of the Oath Keepers militia group Jessica Watkins claiming she was given a pro-Trump rally VIP pass.
Trump was acquitted by the Senate after he was impeached for allegedly inciting insurrection, but was lambasted by minority leader Mitch McConnell for his part in the events of January 6.
Some seven Republicans voted to impeach Trump, underscoring the divisions within the party which still seeks to rebuild after losing the Senate and the White House.
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