Proud Boys

The Florida governor argued that there's "some examples of people that shouldn't have been prosecuted" following the Capitol riot.
Five Proud Boys leaders are going to prison over Jan. 6. But we haven't seen the end of the gang, or the damage it inflicted on the American political landscape.
“He sees political advantage in continuing to say that he might pardon people,” the New York Times reporter suggested.
The Trump loyalist and former vice presidential candidate made the remark about the Jan. 6 sentences in a stunning whitewash of what happened.
In asking for a lighter sentence, Tarrio’s lawyers pointed out that he has a history of working undercover with law enforcement.
Pezzola was sentenced to 10 years in prison. Nordean, the gang's most notorious bruiser, was sentenced to 18 years.
Biggs, an Army veteran and former Infowars correspondent, was sentenced to 17 years for seditious conspiracy. Rehl was sentenced to 15 years.
Former Proud Boys national leader Enrique Tarrio was scheduled to be sentenced for orchestrating the far-right extremist group’s attack on the U.S. Capitol.
Prosecutors wanted 14 years behind bars for Florida man Christopher Worrell.
In one of the most serious cases to emerge from the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol, the DOJ is seeking 33 years in prison for the former Proud Boys leader.