Political commentator and former Proud Boys leader Gavin McInnes was reportedly arrested during a live broadcast of his show on Censored TV on Thursday.
“We are shooting a show. Can we do this another time,” McInnes told law enforcement officials as his show was live streaming.
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McInnes walked off-screen responding to the arresting officers or agents who cannot be heard, “Yeah. Alright, I’m happy to do that but, uh, I’ll get a lawyer and we will sit down and have a conversation and schedule a meeting and we’ll sit down with my lawyer. “
“I didn’t let you in,” he shot back.
Indistinct chatter is then heard and McInness disappeared.
The Gateway Pundit has reached out to Gavin but he has not yet responded.
Josh Denny, a comedian who works on Censored TV who works alongside McInnes confirmed McInnes was arrested for alleged involvement in January 6.
“It was not a bit,” Denny tweeted on Friday. “Gavin was AGAINST going to Jan 6. He was AGAINST Charlottesville (and told Proud Boys they were out of the crib if they went) but he’s rotting away in jail because he dared to question authority.”
Law enforcement has not made an announcement or disclosed details of McIiness’ arrest.
In a broadcast earlier this week, McInnes mentioned spotting an unmarked police car parked near his house.
“Today, I go outside –and my neighborhood is not in downtown, it’s a lonely suburb– and there’s an unmarked police car parked in front of my house. So I walk over to it and I go, ‘How we doing?’ And they look very uncomfortable,” he said on Tuesday. “Now I’ve reported cars like this before to the police.”