Notorious Capitol rioter Tim Gionet, who is also known by his Twitter name “Baked Alaska,” was suddenly filled with shock and regret over his choices in life after seeing former President Donald Trump hawk digital trading cards in a video in which he also declared himself a better president than George Washington.

“I can’t believe I’m going to jail for an NFT salesman,” he complained.

Earlier in the day, Baked Alaska had more to say about the “traitor cards.”

“Wait hold up….. that MAJOR announcement we were all waiting for is literally Trump trading cards…,” he wrote. “Meanwhile, Ye is preaching the Bible & defending J6 victims….. this is why Trump can’t win in 24.”

Baked Alaska is facing up to six months in prison for his crimes on January 6th when Donald Trump allegedly sold his followers to stop the peaceful transfer of power and install him as “leader” after Joe Biden soundly defeated him in the 2020 election.

As Lancaster Courier recently predicted, the twice impeached former President’s latest stunt, a series of “NFT” trading cards, which are being called “traitor cards” by many, is not sitting well with some in his formerly mega-loyal MAGAQ base.

Reaction to the “major announcement” from many longtime MAGAQ loyalists on Twitter ranged from mild disappointment to outright anger that he got them hyped up for major news only to instead sell them low quality but pricey $99 NFTs.

“As much as I love President Trump, this really was a let-down!” wrote longtime MAGA fan Lavern Spicer.

“This…this…was the ‘major announcement’ he was supposed to give? ………….why tho???” wrote Jeff Charles.

“Man…when all Patriots are looking for is hope for the future of our country and Trump hypes everybody up with a ‘BIG ANNOUNCEMENT,” wrote the Hodget Twins, a “conservative comedy” duo. “Then drops a low quality NFT collection video as the ‘announcement’, it just pushes people away…Damn.”

As Baked Alaska demonstrates, the MAGAQ base might not be running to the Democrats but they are running from Trump in ways we haven’t seen before.