'Baked Alaska' Tim Gionet arrested by FBI after 20-minute live-stream during Capitol riot

"WHITE nationalist" Tim Gionet, also known as "Baked Alaska," is in FBI custody after live-streaming from the US Capitol during the riot.

Youtube personality "Baked Alaska's" arrest came on Saturday, a law enforcement official told the Associated Press.

Gionet was arrested in Houston, Texas.

His arrest came after the FBI issued a warrant on January 7.

Officials cited disorderly conduct in the Capitol, obstructing the building, and engaging in violence in the document.

During the livestream, Gionet shared video of supporters clad in MAGA and Trump gear inside the Capitol.

The stream showed rioters snapping selfies with officers who asked them to leave the building.

People were seen saying “This is only the beginning" in the video.

Around 100 people have been arrested in connection with the insurrection in Washington DC on January 6.

Rioters stormed the building following a rally where President Trump told them to go to Congress and "fight like hell."

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