Rioter Who Put Feet on Pelosi's Desk Throws Tantrum in Court | 22 Words

The Capitol rioter who posed for photographs with his feet up on Nancy Pelosi's desk - yeah, remember him? - threw the mother of all tantrums in court this week.

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Now, many prominent photographs were captured during the horrifying scenes of January 6th.

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Here's some of the most memorable ones...

Protesters Interact With Capitol Police Inside The U.S. Capitol Building.

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Protesters Enter The U.S. Capitol Building On January 06, 2021, In Washington, DC.

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Trump Supporters Clash With Police And Security Forces As They Push Barricades To Storm The Capitol.

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A Rioter With Horns Yells Inside The Senate Chamber.

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Police Officers In Riot Gear Line Up As Protesters Gather Around The U.S. Capitol Building.

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A Rioter Is Seen Bleeding Outside The U.S. Capitol Building Amid Clashes With The Police.

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Trump Supporter Puts MAGA Hat And Flag On A State Of Gerald R. Ford.

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A Supporter Of Donald Trump Wears A Gas Mask As He Protests During Capitol Riots.

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Capitol Police Detain Rioters Outside Of The House Chamber.

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A Rioter Supporting U.S. President Donald Trump Jumps From The Public Gallery To The Floor Of The Senate Chamber.

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A Supporter Of Donald Trump Holds The Confederate Flag Outside The Senate Chamber.

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Police Officers Cry At Fallen Officer, Brian Sicknick's, Funeral After He Was Struck In The Head With A Fire Extinguisher.

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Protesters Help A Tear-Gassed Supporter Of Donald Trump.

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A Member Of A Pro-Trump Mob Shatters A Window With His Fist From Inside The Capitol Building After Breaking Into It.

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A Smiling Rioter Steals The House Podium After Breaking Into The Capitol Building.

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Trump Supporters Clash With Police And Security Forces As They Try To Storm The US Capitol.

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Rioters Pose For Photos Inside The Capitol Building Wearing MAGA Hats.

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But some of the most disturbing shots were that of Richard Barnett, the man who hijacked Nancy Pelosi's office.

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Barnett quickly went viral after photos showed him sitting in her chair with his feet up on her desk.

And sadly, his vile actions didn't end there.

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Barnett went on to rummage through Pelosi's private files, and even managed to steal a letter addressed to the Speaker.

Here's all the evidence you need...

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Bennett seemed to be proud of his actions, and didn't make any effort to hide his face from the cameras.

There was even a video of him telling people that he had left a "surprise" for Pelosi on her desk after storming the Capitol:

Clearly, he had no shame whatsoever.

But this footage only made it easier for the FBI...

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Because just a few days after the storming of the Capitol took place, Barnett was swiftly arrested.

He is currently facing a number of serious charges including:

​Entering and remaining on restricted grounds, violent entry and theft of public property, and to have allegedly been in possession of a stun gun during the deadly riots.

​Fast forward 6 weeks and Barnett still remains behind bars as he awaits trial...

But at a virtual court hearing yesterday, tensions reached a breaking point.

From the moment he was taken into custody, he has waged an ongoing effort to be freed on bond...

And yesterday, he loudly lost his patience with the process at a hearing in front of Judge Christopher Cooper of Federal District Court in Washington.

NBC 4's Scott MacFarlane was reporting live from the hearing when he tweeted this:

Appearing by video from jail, Barnett allegedly erupted into anger after Judge Cooper set the next court date in his case for a day in May, shouting that he did not want to remain behind bars for "another month."

"They're dragging this out!" he allegedly shouted. "They're letting everybody else out!"

After a brief recess to calm the defendant down, Judge Cooper resumed the hearing, saying he would consider a new motion for release if and when Barnett's lawyers filed one.

Make sure to stay posted for further updates.