It's been over four months since former President Donald Trump's election lies prompted a mob of pro-Trump extremists to storm the United States Capitol in a deadly failed insurrection, but the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is still searching for some of the rioters, even after making hundreds of arrests so far.
One of those rioters is the far-right militant Samuel Lazar—known to the FBI as Capitol suspect #275. Though the FBI posted a photo seeking information on Lazar's identity, he's already known amongst eagle-eyed extremist watchers.
Footage of Lazar bragging about macing Capitol Police circulated online this past March, with the internet dubbing him #FacePaintBlowHard.
The following clip contains profanity.
Lazar bragged at the riots:
"Those tyrannical pieces of s**t...and we maced them right the f**k back, and now they're taking the building!"
For undisclosed reasons, the FBI has yet to arrest Lazar, even though he hasn't exactly been keeping a low profile.
As Ryan J. Reilly of HuffPost first reported, Lazar recently posted photos of himself on social media at an event for the far-right Pennsylvania state Senator Doug Mastriano—an event headlined by none other than former President Trump's personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani.
Lazar posted photos of himself at the event with both Giuliani and Mastriano visible.
Mastriano was also at the Capitol Riots that day, and even bussed supporters into D.C. for it, though he insists he left before the insurrection began.
People are growing frustrated that the FBI has yet to arrest Lazar, and they're putting more pressure on the bureau to do so.
Lazar still attending Republican events and broadcasting his whereabouts on Facebook didn't reflect well on his judgment.
Lazar has, however, changed his name on social media.