The Curious Case of ‘Videographer’ Baked Alaska: Marched and Filmed at the Charlottesville Tiki Torch March – Conversed with Ray Epps on Jan. 5 – Broke into Pelosi’s Office on Jan. 6 to Film Faces – But Somehow Spared from Jail? By Jim Hoft for The Gateway Pundit
Tim Gionet, AKA “Baked Alaska”, real name Anthine Joseph Gionet, is an alleged white supremacist, an antisemitic videographer who was a Trump supporter before he wasn’t. Then he became a Democrat Yang supporter. He attended the Jan. 5th and 6th rallies in Washington DC and broke into Nancy Pelosi’s office. He appeared to use her phone. And he filmed EVERYONE in the office with him.
In April 2017 Baked Alaska traveled to Berkeley, California to film a much anticipated free speech rally. Tim Gionet was able to film the violent attacks by Antifa on the Trump supporters at the event that went viral.
In September 2017 Baked Alaska traveled to Charlottesville. Tim marched in the Tiki Torch march and filmed all of the faces. Thanks to the light of the Tiki Torches it was easy to identify who was marching that night. Who do you suppose thought of that idea? In one video clip from the Tiki Torch march, Baked Alaska is heard screaming about being, “Proud to be white!”
Did you see footage of people shouting “hail victory” at the rallies this weekend? It’s the English translation of “sieg heil,” the notorious Nazi slogan. Baked Alaska shot video of himself saying just that.
“They thought we weren’t going to stand up,” Baked Alaska shouts into the camera. “Guess what, we’re standing up for our rights! We’re proud to be white!”
You are proclaiming ‘Hail Victory!’ (Sieg Heil) here, a Nazi call. pic.twitter.com/QSRArfWRNd
— The Big Raf (@arzenal) August 14, 2017
On January 5th and 6th Baked Alaska traveled to Washington DC to attend the rallies for President Trump.
Tim was out the night before filming the on the streets.
At one point, Baked Alaska ran into Ray Epps and filmed their exchange.