Capitol attack convict Brandon Straka weeps in a cage in January 6 ‘silent disco’ performance art

A man in an orange jumpsuit and a red MAGA hat sits inside a cage, his head in his hands, and weeps.

He looks around before standing at a blackboard and writing: ‘Where is everyone?’

He sits down and weeps again.

The prisoner is Brandon Straka, a pro-Trump campaigner. And the one-man show highlighting his experience after being arrested in connection with the January 6 riot is the oddest exhibit at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Dallas, Texas.

A crowd watches him as they listen on headsets to the testimony of other people who were also arrested for their part in the attack. 

Then, just when it seemed things couldn’t get stranger, rightwing firebrand Marjorie Taylor Greene arrived to take things to the next level. She was let into the eight-foot high cage where she kneeled and prayed with the inmate. 

A drained Straka, 45, spoke to at the end of his performance. He explained that he wanted to highlight the stress and suffering of people prosecuted for…

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