Written by Steve Cannon for USSA News.
Nearly two years have passed since the fateful events of January 6, 2021, when a group of Trump supporters gathered in Washington, D.C. for the Stop The Steal Rally. Among them was Jake Lang, a passionate advocate for human rights and the Constitution of The United States of America.
Since his arrest, Jake has faced an array of challenges, including extended periods of solitary confinement, physical abuse, mental abuse, and a blatant disregard for due process. Despite these obstacles, Jake has not lost his spirit or his resolve to fight for the truth.
Through his tireless efforts, Jake has become a voice for political prisoners everywhere, holding interviews, raising funds for January 6th defendants’ legal defense, and using his platform to shine a light on the injustices faced by those who stand up for their beliefs.
In his latest effort to raise awareness, Jake has released a powerful new documentary, “Freedom Isn’t Free – The First Battle of the Second American Revolution.” This groundbreaking film features never-before-seen footage and commentary on the events of January 6th, providing a unique and insightful perspective on the controversial day.
“The film offers a window into the inner workings of the January 6th protests and exposes the truth behind the media’s narratives,” says Jake from behind bars. “It’s time for the world to see what really happened and understand the true nature of the fight for freedom.”
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn the truth about the January 6th protests and support Jake’s fight for justice. Watch “Freedom Isn’t Free – The First Battle of the Second American Revolution” now.