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Matthew L. Perna spent 20 minutes in the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. He took his own life Feb. 25 after learning prosecutors will seek a longer jail term. (Left: @TaylerUSA/Twitter; U.S. Department of Justice/Screenshot via The Epoch Times)

By Austin Ruse, Crisis Magazine, March 4, 2022

Austin Ruse is a contributing editor to Crisis Magazine. His latest book, Under Siege: No Finer Time to be a Faithful Catholic, is now available from Crisis Publications.


On January 6, 2020, Matthew Perna walked through an open door in the U.S. Capitol. Two police officers manned the door. They appeared welcoming. For 20 minutes, Perna walked through the halls, took videos, and shouted “USA, USA.” Then he left.

Last Friday night, Perna went into his garage in little-town Pennsylvania and hung himself. Perna had become the victim of Joe Biden’s Justice Department and the FBI. He was hounded for two years, rejected by friends, lost his job, and was subjected to widespread ridicule. And he was on the cusp of receiving upward of six years in prison. All this for walking through an open door, not causing any damage, not threatening anyone, taking a few videos, and shouting patriotic slogans. …

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