The wife of Christopher Stanton Georgia, the man who reportedly killed himself after his arrest in the Capitol riot last week, urges Trump supporters to avoid protests against DC.

Kelley Georgia, which goes online from Kelley Edles, claims protests planned before Joe Biden’s inauguration in DC are a “left-wing” organized “riot”.


Christopher Stanton Georgia reportedly killed himself after being arrested in the Capitol riotPhoto credit: Linkedin
Georgia's wife shared the warning on Twitter


Georgia’s wife shared the warning on TwitterPhoto credit: Twitter

“RED ALERT! DO NOT attend an event that calls for a ‘March on the Capitol’ on January 17th !!!” she wrote on Twitter.

“I repeat, DO NOT participate !!! I believe this can be organized by the left to create patriots !!! Even the flyer has communist symbolism. DO NOT participate!”

Georgia’s Twitter account is filled with pro-Trump posts, including many retweeting Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to lift the ban placed on Donald Trump following the January 6th Capitol riots.

Christopher Stanton Georgia reportedly killed himself in the basement of his home in Alpharetta, Georgia, over the weekend after being arrested in the riot.

It is reported that his wife was the one who found him and called the police.

Georgia reportedly had two children


Georgia reportedly had two childrenPhoto credit: Facebook
He was reportedly found in his basement by his wife


He was reportedly found in his basement by his wifePhoto credit: Google Maps

Georgia, 53, died of a gunshot wound to the chest.

A medical examiner ruled the father of two had died of suicide according to the Atlanta Journal constitution.

The authorities have not yet commented on the reason why Georgia committed suicide.

A police report obtained from The Sun said that Georgian family members were “extremely distressed” at the scene.

Police reportedly confiscated two SKS semi-automatic rifles from Georgia’s home.

Trump supporters stormed the Capitol on January 6th


Trump supporters stormed the Capitol on January 6thPhoto credit: Reuters

On the day of the Capitol Riots, Georgia stayed outside after the 6 p.m. curfew after police officers urged Trump fans to leave around 7:15 p.m., court documents showed.

He was charged with attempting to “enter certain properties, ie the United States Capitol Grounds,” against the will of the United States Capitol Police, the police report said.

Georgia was punished with a maximum fine of $ 1,000 and / or up to 180 days in prison.

The Trump backer reportedly worked as a regional portfolio manager at North Carolina-based banking firm BB&T.

Georgia is the sixth person reported dead since MAGA fans broke into the Capitol to prevent Congress from confirming President-elect Joe Biden’s victory.

The deceased Trump supporters have been identified as Ashli ​​Babbitt, 35, Roseanne Boyland, 34, Kevin Greeson, 55, and Benjamin Phillips, 50.

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Trump fan Christopher Stanton Georgia was found dead with blood all over the place after the Capitol’s arrest was a bank manager