The man who brought a pair of guns to the Wisconsin Capitol to try and talk to the governor has left the state.
Joshua Pleasnick says he’s now living with family in Nebraska because he is unemployable in Wisconsin. Capitol Police arrested Pleasnick earlier this month when he reportedly showed-up at the Capitol with a gun in a holster. He demanded to speak to the governor about domestic violence. Pleasnick then returned to the Capitol later that night with a rifle. Pleasnick says the media has painted him as a psychotic white supremacist, which he insists he is not. Pleanick is looking at misdemeanor charges for bringing his guns to the statehouse. He says he will accept his punishment on those charges.