On Tuesday, Stephen Colbert
discussed the legal issues confronting alleged participants in the U.S. Capitol riot
, concluding that some of the tools in the shed weren't the sharpest.
said agents discovered a Lego
set of the Capitol, firearms
gear, and a notebook with a section titled, “Step by Step To Create Hometown Militia” in Morss’ home, as well as a section titled, “Step by Step To Create Hometown Militia” in Morss’ home.
said Jensen couldn't have planned his actions because he "had no basic understanding of where he even was." Jensen, a QAnon
believer, stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6 but repeatedly stated on video that he thought he was at the White House
“That’s a first: pleading not guilty by reason of stupidity,” the “Late Show” host remarked.
Another rioter to make the list is Pauline Bauer, a Pennsylvania
pizzeria owner who allegedly stormed the Capitol and told a police officer
, "Bring Nancy Pelosi
out here now... we want to hang that fucking bitch." In a recent court appearance, Bauer insisted on representing herself and claimed to be a special divine
entity to whom laws do not apply.
“It does raise the question: If you've been chosen by God to be above the government, why do you care who's in charge?” Colbert wondered.
“So, what does this earthbound deity do here on the mortal plane?” he continued.
The rest of the "Seditionist Round-Up Roundup" can be found below: