Tim Gionet Biography — Wiki
Tim Gionet is a white nationalist online personality, often known as Baked Alaska, who was among the insurrectionists who stormed the US Capitol on Wednesday and breached security to enter lawmakers’ offices. Gionet streamed more than 20 minutes of his activity inside the Capitol building on the blockchain service DLive, and 16,000 people watched.
Gionet is described by the Southern Poverty Law Center as a woman who was involved in the far-right Charlottesville rally in 2017.
Tim Gionet Age
Tim Gionet’s age is still unknown.
Tim Gionet live-streamed himself from inside the US Capitol
At the same time as Gionet’s stream, Vice President Mike Pence and lawmakers in the Capitol were evacuated.
A pool reporter from inside the Capitol said press and lawmakers were evacuated out of the third floor of the building as protestors entered the second floor where lawmakers were discussing the certification of the 2020 election results in the House chamber.
During the Livestream, Gionet talked to other rioters about what they were doing at the Capitol. At one point, he suggested he would sleep inside a lawmakers’ office and use the desk phone to call President Donald Trump. At another point in the stream, a police officer inside the building appeared to be taking selfies with rioters.
White supremacist Baked Alaska and his pals in a Senate office right now. pic.twitter.com/4jGpEfcd9D
— WANaziWatch (@WANaziWatch) January 6, 2021
Everything you need to know about Tim Gionet
Gionet is known for holding Neo-Nazi and white supremacist views, supporting Trump, and promoting anti-Semitic conspiracy theories online. is YouTube channel was banned in October 2020 after he filmed himself committing crimes and harassing people during the COVID-19 pandemic.
What we know so far
In an email to Insider, Gionet disputed being called a “white nationalist,” but he is characterized as such by the Southern Poverty Law Center. Trespassing in the US Capitol is a crime. At the end of the Livestream, Gionet appeared to be ushered out of the building by US Capitol Police, who he cursed at before the stream ended.
The DC mayor issued a 6 p.m. curfew as thousands of protestors swarmed the Capitol. Demonstrators, at Trump’s encouragement, protested President-elect Joe Biden’s victory over Trump. Supporters listened to Trump speak outside the White House before he directed them to the Capitol, where many stormed the building.