Climate Activists Face Felony Charges for Defacing US Constitution Display Case


According to the Department of Justice, the activists have caused damages of over $50,000.

Two leftist activists were charged with felonies after damaging the U.S. Constitution display case.

The Department of Justice announced on Friday that Donald Zepeda of Maryland, and Jackson Green of Utah were charged with felony property destruction following a climate-change stunt in which red powder was poured onto the encasement of the U.S. Constitution at the National Archives Rotunda.

Dr. Colleen Schgan (Archivist of the United States) said that in a statement released following the incident, the National Archives Rotunda was the home of America’s founding documents.

National Archives Rotunda evacuated following pink powder dumped on US Constitution Cases by climate activists.

The National Archives Rotunda in Washington DC was evacuated on February 14 after climate activists dumped a pink powder onto a case that contained the U.S. Constitution.

The video shows the two with red powder all over their faces.

Zepeda, Green, and other left-wing activists seemed to be connected to Declare Emergency. The group wants Biden to declare a state of emergency for climate change and use his executive power to stop our country’s collapse.

“We do not want to end civilization, but we’re on the path now.” Declare Emergency civil defiance is nonviolent and nonviolently executed. It’s not just for Valentine’s Day.

According to a press release by the Department of Justice, Zepeda and Green’s stunt caused more than $50,000 in damages.

Rotunda is closed for the fourth day in a line.