Christopher Stanton Georgia’s wife begs fans not to go to ‘Leftist set-up’ MAGA protest after Capitol rioter’s ‘suicide’

THE wife of Christopher Stanton Georgia, the man who reportedly killed himself after being arrested at last week’s Capitol riots, is urging Trump supporters to avoid DC protests.

Kelley Georgia, who goes by Kelley Edles online, is claiming that protests planned ahead of Joe Biden’s inauguration in DC are a “set-up” organized by “the left.”


Christopher Stanton Georgia reportedly killed himself after being arrested at the Capitol riots[/caption]


Georgia’s wife shared this alert to Twitter[/caption]

“RED ALERT! Do NOT attend any event that is calling for a ‘March on the Capitol’ on Jan 17th!!!,” she wrote on Twitter.

“I repeat DO NOT Attend this!!! I believe this may be organized by the left to setup patriots!!! Even the flyer has communist symbolism on it. DO NOT attend!”

Georgia’s Twitter account is filled with pro-Trump posts, including many where she retweets calls for Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to remove the ban that was put on Donald Trump’s account after the Capitol riots on January 6.

Christopher Stanton Georgia reportedly killed himself in the basement of his Alpharetta, Georgia, home over the weekend after being arrested at the riots.

His wife was the one who found him and called police, according to reports.


Georgia was reportedly a father of two[/caption]

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He was found in his basement by his wife, according to reports[/caption]

Georgia, 53, died of a gunshot wound to the chest.

A medical examiner ruled that the father-of-two died by suicide, according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution.

Authorities have not yet commented on a reason why Georgia took his own life.

A police report obtained by The Sun states that Georgia’s family members were “extremely distressed” at the scene. 

Police reportedly confiscated two semi-automatic SKS rifles from Georgia’s home. 


Trump supporters stormed the Capitol on January 6[/caption]

On the day of the Capitol riots, Georgia had stayed out past the 6pm curfew after police officers told Trump fans to leave around 7.15pm, court documents showed. 

He was charged with attempting to “enter certain property, that is, the United States Capitol Grounds, against the will of the United States Capitol Police,” the police report states. 

Georgia faced a maximum penalty of a $1,000 fine and/or up to 180 days in jail.

The Trump supporter reportedly worked at the North Carolina-based banking company BB&T, as a regional portfolio manager.

Georgia is the sixth person reported dead since MAGA fans broke into the Capitol building to try to stop Congress from certifying President-elect Joe Biden’s victory. 

The Trump supporters who died have been identified as Ashli Babbitt, 35, Roseanne Boyland, 34, Kevin Greeson, 55, and Benjamin Phillips, 50.

Capitol Police officer Brian D. Sicknick died after being hit in the head with a fire extinguisher.

On Sunday, DC Mayor Muriel Bowser asked President Donald Trump for an emergency declaration, which lets the government increase powers in a specific area.

Trump on Monday issued the emergency declaration and ordered federal agencies to provide assistance to local law enforcement, amid fears of more unrest as Biden’s Inauguration Day approaches. 


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