Jason Allen Alexander has shared photos and videos of himself at the pro-Trump protest in Washington, DC which turned into a riot as protesters stormed Captitol building.
With Congress set to count the Electoral votes that would certify Joe Biden as the next president, Britney Spears’ 39-year-old former husband showed his support for Trump after the president urged his supporters to march on the building where Congress were in session.
Jason was briefly married to pop singer Britney, 39, in 2004 when the childhood friends from Kentwood, Louisiana eloped to Las Vegas and tied the knot.
The marriage was annulled just 55 hours later as the couple realised that there may not be a future together after all.
Jason shared selfies of him at the protest on Facebook, as he wore a “Trump 45” beanie and captioned the snap: “DC. Millions showed up.”
TMZ has reported that it is unclear whether Jason was part of the mob that stormed the Capitol building in what has been described as an act of mass insurrection.
Jason’s Facebook page is public and he has shown his support for Trump in previous posts. He has also shared the he is anti-mask, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to sweep across the United States.
He describes his “employment” as a “Journalist researcher at Conspiracy Theories & History”.
On the day of the protest, January 6, Jason also shared a video from the event that had been encouraged by the president.
Jason captioned the clip: “Where all my patriots I’m on the Trump Train what will you tell your grandkids”.
He also detailed the reason why he won’t wear a mask during the deadliest pandemic for generations.
Jason declared: “I don’t wear a mask bc I don’t listen to tyrannical orders not voted on in a fair election.
“I don’t consent to the mark of the beast practices and I don’t value material shit and I’m locked and loaded ready to kill anyone or thing that trys to make me,, now cowboy up all you b**ches….”
Jason has also been an avant supporter of the #FreeBritney movement that has rallied against the singer’s ongoing conservatorship.
Speaking to Us Weekly in the past, Jason said: “I’m here to show support for the #FreeBritney movement and Britney.
“This is an unfortunate situation that’s been in her life for a long time. It’s affected me and her, and that makes me part of it.
“I’ve been quiet for 10 years, and I feel [like] what a good time to come forward now with the movement making noise and the conservatorship hearings going on.”
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