Ranking Kansas City Proud Boy Worst Hits

The newspaper follows this politically charged story that most people stopped carrying about in 2021.

Here's their not-so-hot take . . .

Kansas City-area Proud Boy William Chrestman just keeps popping up in connection with Jan. 6.

In scenes of an angry mob outside the U.S. Capitol that day, wielding an ax handle and chanting “Whose house? Our house!” before breaching the building. On video clips shown last year during a prime time televised hearing of the special House panel investigating the attack.

And now, dressed in orange attire and singing “The Star-Spangled Banner” with the “J6 Prison Choir” inside the District of Columbia jail. The song has been turned into a track called “Justice for All,” interspersed with the voice of former President Donald Trump reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. In early March, the single rose to No. 1 on the iTunes chart, and Trump used it on March 25 to open the first rally of his 2024 presidential campaign in Waco, Texas.

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Two years later, KC Proud Boy still in jail - and still at center of Jan. 6 controversy

William Chrestman of Olathe has been held without bond since his arrest Feb. 11, 2021. The Army veteran was captured on numerous videos alongside other Proud Boys, dressed in tactical gear, carrying an ax handle and stirring up the Jan. 6 crowd.