It seems that nobody involved in the shocking Capitol riots will be getting away with what they did...

Because, over the last few days...


More and more people have been arrested and charged for their involvement in the riots.

So much so...


That even the son of a prestigious Brooklyn judge hasn't been allowed to slip through the cracks.

The young man has been arrested and charged for his involvement...


And it just goes to show how seriously the actions of these supporters are being taken by the authorities.

Now, this whole nightmare started last week following President Trump's rally at the Ellipse, a park just south of the White House.


On January 6th, during which a joint session of Congress convened to formally count the Electoral College votes and certify Joe Biden’s election win, lawmakers were forced to shelter in place and evacuate as pro-Trump rioters broke into the U.S Capitol Building.

Hundreds of rioters forced their way into the prestigious building...

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And began breaking windows, doors, and furniture along with chanting "stop the steal!"

The rioters then took over several of the rooms and chambers in the building...

And shocking photos showing them looting objects and trashing rooms quickly started circulating online.

From this, more violence ensued...

As rioters clashed with the few police officers in presence.

The scenes shocked people all over the globe...

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And the world watched on, transfixed, as more and more rioters continued to spill into the Capitol and clash with police.

Shortly afterward, it was confirmed that there had been 5 fatalities within the Capitol.

Chief Robert Contee III of the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington, DC, confirmed the news during a press conference.

From the get-go, there were calls online for Trump to intervene...

And the president was repeatedly urged to appear on national television to order his supporters to stand down.

But instead, he issued a series of tweets...

Where he reminded the rioters that the police and law enforcement was "on our side," and to "remain peaceful."

Hours after his supporters had stormed the Capitol, however, Trump finally released a video telling them, "Go home, we love you, you're very special."

The president didn't seem to see the problem...


And even though he profusely denied any involvement in the days following the carnage, there's absolutely no doubt that his words to his supporters at the rally encouraged them to riot in the way they did.

Just for a little bit of context...


Trump said to his hyped supporters just hours before the riots: "After this, we're gonna walk down [to Congress] and I'll be there with you. We're gonna walk down to the Capitol... we're gonna fight like hell."

Millions have been demanding for the president to be impeached and removed from office following his actions...

And it seems that even social media finally had enough of Trump as platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Twitch, YouTube, and Pinterest suspended his accounts indefinitely due to "the risk of further incitement of violence."

​Things really aren't looking good for Trump in the final week of his presidency...


And as for his violent supporters? Well, they're getting dealt with in a way that they never could have imagined.

As well as all rioters involved being immediately placed on a "no-fly" list, resulting in them being unable to fly home from Washington...

Many of those involved in the rioting and destruction of the Capitol have been tracked down, arrested, and charged.

Including the son of a prestigious Brooklyn judge.


Thirty-four-year-old Aaron Mostofsky, who is seen in the background of the image above wearing a fur cape and a police vest behind the infamous "horned man", is the son of Brooklyn Supreme Court Judge, Shlomo Mostofsky, and he decided to tarnish his family's reputation by taking part in the violent riots.

Mostofsky was arrested at his home in Midwood, Brooklyn yesterday and was brought before a NYC federal judge.

He faces 4 counts -- theft of government property, illegal entry into a restricted area, illegal entry with intent to impede government functions, and disorderly conduct.

Of course, the disgraced rioter was released shortly afterward on a £100,000 bail, TMZ reported.


He was released to the custody of his older brother and was ordered to stay in NYC (unless given permission) and to wear an ankle monitor.

The judge also said Mostofsky's forbidden from communicating with his co-defendants, cannot participate in any political gatherings and has to steer clear of all state capitals.

Mostofsky's attorney said his client is aware of the seriousness of the charges against him...

But insists that he was just "caught up" in the moment.

Mostofsky is scheduled to appear virtually before the judge later this month.


We're sure that he's currently learning a serious lesson from his reckless mistakes.

Make sure to stay posted for updates.