March on Capitol Costs political Georgia Man his Job at Car Dealership

A man is no longer employed by a Savannah, GA car dealership, only days after he attended the violent riot at the Capitol building.

The Current first broke the story Sunday that Box, 31, was fired from Vaden Nissan following the deadly riot that ultimately led to six deaths.

Social media postings from that day appear to show him inside the Capitol building after it was overrun by protesters.

So far, more than a dozen have been charged in federal court for their actions during the incident.

But this isn’t the first time in recent months that Box has been tied to controversy.

In August, QAnon supporters held “Save the Children” anti-human trafficking rallies in multiple cities, including Atlanta. Box organized the Savannah event, which was attended by Congressman Buddy Carter. Carter later distanced himself from the event after being questioned about the QAnon tie.

In October, Box was among a handful of Trump supporters that protested a Jill Biden appearance at Savannah State University, with some students claiming the Trump supporters chanted ‘White Lives Matter.’ The protest led to heated exchanges and a student was reportedly struck by a supporter but no arrests were made at that time.

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