“Dr. Gold defines what a political prisoner looks like. I never thought I’d see it here in the United States,” said Gomert.
The day before January 6, Gold spoke at a “Stop the Steal” rally in Washington, DC, further disseminating vaccine misinformation. The next day, she joins a mob group to force past police officers and storm through the United States Capitol. She later spoke through a megaphone to a mob of her fellows gathered in Statuary Hall.
At the sentencing hearing in June, U.S. District Judge Christopher Cooper accused Gold of “leaving people with the misconception that this was a political prosecution.” sentenced her to 60 days in prison after pleading guilty to
According to a statement released by Gomert’s office on Friday, he is “to celebrate her irreplaceable work and contributions to public health, medical freedom, and our God-given constitutional rights.” I gave Gold a flag.
According to a photo of the flag’s presentation posted on Gold’s Twitter account, the certificate presented with the flag “commemorates the beginning of the rest of (Gold’s) irreplaceable life…a great thanks, admiration, “With reverence,” he said.
Gold is one of more than 125 Capitol mobsters sentenced to jail or jail after being convicted of related crimes on Jan. 6. Nearly 875 people nationwide have been indicted by the Justice Department.