Convicted Domestic Terrorist And Gay Porn Star Sergeant Miles Shares Message That Jan. 6 Was “Deep State Staged Riot”

Posted January 6, 2024 by with 23 comments

White supremacist Proud Boy and homosexual porn actor Sergeant Miles, known primarily for his work with genocidal gay porn producer Michael Lucas, pleaded guilty last year to attacking the United States Capitol on January 6th and violently assaulting police officers, and he’ll be sentenced to prison next month, on February 9th. As a reminder, here was the admission of guilt that “Sergeant” Steven Miles signed:

Despite his confession, Steven Miles continues to use his Twitter account to spread fake news and memes about the insurrection, including the tweet below that he retweeted today, on the anniversary of the attack. An image in the tweet reads, “History will remember January 6 as the day the deep state staged a riot to cover up a stolen election”:

So, given his confession (not to mention all the photos and videos we’ve seen of him breaking into the Capitol), I guess this means Steven Miles is now admitting that he’s a member of the deep state, and he was actually attempting to cover up a stolen election when he assaulted a police officer?

Of course, as you’ll recall, before the deep state memes and before his own confession, Miles was also tweeting that it was actually Antifa and Black Lives Matter who were responsible for the domestic terror attack in Washington D.C., as seen in the tweet he sent one week after he returned home from launching the insurrection (and several months before his arrest):

So, which is it? BLM? Deep state? Antifa? Why did Miles plead guilty if it was in fact three other groups who are actually responsible?

The judge who’ll be sentencing Steven Miles next month will presumably be taking into account his remorse and willingness to be rehabilitated behind bars before deciding how long he should be incarcerated. Sentencing guidelines laid out by prosecutors call for 24 to 30 months, but the judge could of course lock him up for much longer. The charge Miles pleaded guilty to—18:111(a)(1) assaulting, resisting, or impeding certain officers—has a maximum prison sentence of 8 years.