NY man Brandon Fellows says dating profile ‘blowing up’ after Capitol siege

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The upstate New York dope caught smoking marijuana inside a senator’s office during the US Capitol riots said his profile on the dating app Bumble has been “blowing up” after the siege.

Brandon Fellows, 26, was easily weeded out as one of those storming the building after he was caught puffing on a joint with his muddy boots propped on a table in Senator Jeff Merkley’s office.

“This one is going to get me incriminated,” Fellows told Bloomberg News of the footage of him inside the Senator’s trashed office.

Still, Fellows insisted he had “no regrets” — and is already planning to return to Washington, DC, to protest against Joe Biden’s inauguration.

But while he fears spending time in federal prison, his infamy has been doing wonders for his love life — “blowing up” his profile on Bumble, the handyman who lives in a converted school bus told Bloomberg.

His political views have fractured his relationship with his family, however, with only his grandparents inviting him to Christmas dinner — but making him eat in his bus because he didn’t take COVID-19 seriously enough, he said.

Before the siege Wednesday, Fellows told a Bloomberg reporter that the protest would be “the last stand,” and captioned video of him just before he entered the Capitol with, “We are coming for you traitors.”


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