An Uber advertisement featuring leftist activist John Sullivan, who was arrested on federal charges in connection with ‘Capital Riot’ last week, is hidden on the ridesharing company’s YouTube channel.
Sullivan was a competitive speedcatcher who was keen to compete in the 2018 Olympics. He appeared in an advertisement for Uber in 2016, describing how he worked as a driver to earn cash around his strenuous full-time training program.
Left-wing activists were cast in the Capital Reit, who appeared in the document.
According to an archived version of the site, the advertisement was recently appearing on 11 January. The video within the link is now private.
Uber did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
But still until Friday afternoon, an article driving for the company on Uber’s blog was perfect for its schedule.
“Before becoming Uber’s partner, Sullivan worked oddly to make ends meet:” I used to work in a waiter, a bus, a dishwasher and a call center, “the post reads.
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“So when Sullivan came to know about Uber, he seemed perfectly fit. As soon as he turned 21, he started driving. After just two months, Sullivan was able to leave the call center.”
Sullivan, a leftist activist, initially told Fox News that he had recorded videos and “documents” he had seen at the Capitol.
He now faces federal charges of violent entry and disorderly conduct on the grounds of the Capitol for allegedly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without legal authority, and during and during the commission Of civil disorder interfering with law enforcement engaged in the legitimate performance of its official duties.
According to a criminal complaint, in the video he was handed over to the FBI and shared on his social media accounts.
Inside the building, he told the rioters that “we found this s — burned,” and “this is our house ————“, with an affidavit signed by the FBI Special Agent According to Matthew Folger.
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He was scheduled to go to court on Friday afternoon.
Sullivan was not the only athlete with an Olympic relationship spotting inside the Capitol.
Gold medalist Kyle Keller was arrested in connection with the unrest after he allegedly appeared on video wearing his Team USA jacket at the Capitol Rotunda.