A QAnon-loving hairdresser who called the January 6 attack on the US Capitol the 'best f---ing day ever' after briefly breaching the Capitol building will be forced to serve 14 days in jail after Indiana prosecutors asked a judge to throw her behind bars because she is an 'avid consumer of conspiracy theories.'
Dona Sue Bissey, 53, was sentenced on Tuesday to 14 days in jail, 60 hours of community service and given a $500 fine for her part in the January 6 riots, of which she and a friend, Anna Morgan-Lloyd, were among the first 50 rioters to breach the Capitol building, according to Bissey's Facebook post.
Bissey commented on the post saying 'best f---ing day ever!! I’ll never forget. We got into the Capitol Building.'
She was given jail time while Morgan-Lloyd avoided serving time behind bars after prosecutors requested that the court take Bissey's damning social media posts under consideration in regards to sentencing, while noting her belief in far-right wing conspiracy theories.
Dona Sue Bissey, pictured, was sentenced to 14 days in jail, 60 hours of community service and given a $500 fine for her part in the January 6 riots
'Inside the Capitol Building' Bissey captioned one of her photos from January 6
Bissey's Facebook posts during her participation in the January 6 Capitol breach were used against her by prosecutors, which led to a 14-day jail sentence
'We were inside for reals' Bissey wrote on a damning Facebook post, pictured, which identified her as one of the rioters who breached the US Capitol building on January 6
Several of the Facebook posts she shared on her page have since been flagged by the social media platform as 'false information... the same information was checked in another post by independent fact-checkers.'
However, US District Judge Tanya Chutkan said she gave Bissey