A Pennsylvania decide says she exercised poor judgment when she posted a photograph of her husband apparently dressed as a U.S. Capitol rioter dubbed the “QAnon Shaman.”
Administrative Judge Kim Eaton of Allegheny County’s household unit division posted the image on her personal Facebook page, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette stories in a narrative famous by Philly Voice and PennLive.com. Eaton says she was celebrating the inauguration along with her husband after they posed for the image.
Eaton’s husband wore what seemed to be a Viking helmet, no shirt, pretend tattoos and face paint. The image was meant to make enjoyable of white supremacists, Eaton mentioned.
Media stories have identified the QAnon Shaman as Jacob Anthony Chansley, who is also known as Jake Angeli. He was charged with coming into a restricted constructing and disorderly conduct after photographs confirmed him on the Capitol riot sporting fur, buffalo horns and no shirt.
Eaton was wearing pants, a blazer and Converse sneakers, an meant homage to Vice President Kamala Harris.
“In our celebration, I exercised poor judgment, and I realize that the photo sends the wrong message given the tragic events of Jan. 6,” Eaton mentioned in a press release.
“I’m not a white supremacist, and you can quote me on that,” she informed the Post-Gazette.