Floyd Ray Roseberry Live-Streamed His Capitol Bomb-Threat Attack
U.S. Capitol Police arrested Floyd Ray Roseberry for threatening to detonate a bomb outside the Library of Congress on Wednesday.
Roseberry live-streamed his anti-government rant on Facebook, in which he stated: “The revolution is on, it’s here, it’s today. America needs a voice. I’ll give it to them.”
Capitol Police found “possible bomb-making materials” in Roseberry’s truck after he was arrested.
Roseberry told police that he had a bomb. According to a statement from Capitol Police, one officer “noticed what appeared to be a detonator in the man’s [Roseberry’s] hand.”
On a separate Facebook live stream, filmed outside the Library of Congress, Roseberry addressed President Joe Biden directly, stating: “I’m here for a reason, Joe Biden. I’m here for the American people. And if you want to take me out, take me out. But when the patriots come, your ass is in trouble… So if you blow my truck up man, it’s on you, Joe. I’m ready to die for the cause.”
During his live stream, Roseberry also expressed outrage over the administration’s handling of the situation in Afghanistan: “The first thing I want is air strikes in Afghanistan. Kick that Taliban’s ass and keep them from killing people.”
Roseberry also ranted about the U.S. healthcare system, saying, “They cut off my healthcare. I can’t even get shots anymore.”
He added: “I don’t care if Donald Trump ever becomes president again. Don’t matter to me. I think all you Democrats need to step down. You gotta understand the people don’t want you there.”