Medford Woman at Capitol Riot on Video Shouting for ‘More Men’ to Enter
In the two weeks since the insurrection at the Capitol Building in Washington D.C., more video has surfaced of the mayhem. A recent video features a Medford woman ushering a mob into the monument, shouting for 'more men'.
Ayla Wolf, who also goes by the name Stephanie Hazleton, is known to be a prominent right-wing activist, according to Patch.com. On January 6, she traveled to the nation's capitol to show support for Donald Trump, who has since been impeached for his role in insighting the violence that broke out that day.
Wolf reportedly told Patch.com she attended the rally Trump held before protesters stormed the capitol.
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Footage, posted to the Action 8 News YouTube channel, shows Wolf saying the following:
- "We gotta keep going."
- "I have to get back in there. … Keep going, keep pushing."
- "We need more men. Men. Not women."
- "We need helmets."
The clip doesn't show Wolf to be engaged in any violence, or of her actually inside the Capitol Building. Wolf told a reporter she had been tear-gassed, and in the video she is seen rubbing and squinting her eyes.
According to The Philadelphia Inquirer, no charges have been filed again Ayla Wolf. So far, 100 other rioters have not been as lucky, most now accused of federal offenses.
Five people were killed in the Capitol riot, including Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick, of New Jersey.
Wolf is reportedly also an ardent supporter of Atilis Gym in Bellmawr, which has been the subject of controversy since last May when its owners refused to comply with government shutdown orders amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
SOURCES: Patch.com via Gloucester Township Patch/Facebook; Action 8 News/YouTube; inquirer.com
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