At a time when it feels like we've been let down by feel-good stories, J6 political prisoner Enrique Tarrio and CondemnedUsa share a heartwarming story | The Gateway expert

Guest post by Jenn Baker, ConvictedUSA

Enrique Tarrio, Proud Boys Leader and political hostage of January 6, is serving a 22-year prison sentence for NOT being in Washington DC, yet being one of the “masterminds” of that day. While incarcerated in Kentucky, Tarrio has vowed to make the most of the time he has to endure.

During their captivity, prisoners are given the opportunity to work. They have different programs offered at the different facilities. At FCI Manchester, where Tarrio is serving his time, they offer a program that allows inmates to train and embroider dogs. The dogs are initially trained as assistance dogs. Some of them don't make it as service dogs, but they continue to train so they can be adopted into good homes.

Tarrio became involved in this program and received his first dog named Blue. Blue is a cross between Australian Shepherd and Poodle. He is black and white with steel blue eyes, big paws and LOTS of energy. The dogs do everything with their trainer.

Blue would be with Tarrio 24/7 and sleep in a kennel next to each other in a locked cell.

The day came when it was time for Blue to get ready for adoption. Tarrio contacted CondemnedUSA asking for help finding a beautiful forever home for Blue, and they answered his call and found the perfect family.

We found Jimmy and Amy from Texas, and they were excited about the opportunity to adopt Blue. These two patriots recently lost one of their beloved dogs to cancer and didn't have to ask twice. Last weekend, Jimmy and Amy piled into their RV and headed to Kentucky to pick up the newest addition to their family.

Pawsibilities Unleashed, out of Frankfort Kentucky, is the organization that makes this program possible. They provided Blue's new owners with all the necessary medical and training paperwork. There are fees associated with adoption, which may vary depending on the program and the individual dog's medical needs.

Once they arrived in Kentucky, Jimmy and Amy met Blue and immediately fell in love with him. Although they did not meet Tarrio, he made sure they received his personal daily diary, which he kept during Blue's training. Here are a few excerpts:

On the return trip to Texas, Jimmy and Amy took note of Enrique's diary and continued the training Blue had received from him. At first, Blue was nervous and anxious because the RV ride seemed overwhelming. His new found freedom was full of smells, sights and feelings this puppy had never experienced before. He wanted to stay next to Jimmy while the RV was moving and kept trying to lie at his feet, which wasn't ideal since Jimmy was driving. It is notable that when Blue was only five months old, he had already spent over a month with all the men, and it seems that he was very comfortable with the masculine energy that Jimmy exuded.

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Blue stays close to Jimmy.

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Blue is blocked by the cooler to prevent him from sitting at Jimmy's feet while driving. He sits cross-legged, close, and pouts a little.

Amy took Blue for walks, workouts, and to use the bathroom while traveling. After a good day on the road, Blue finally felt comfortable in the camper, just in time for the last part of the trip.

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Shakedown command, in which Tarrio says, “You'll never find anything on Blue because he's a good boy.”
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Blue follows his 'Shakedown' command

Once home, Amy and Jimmy introduced Blue to their other two dogs, and it wasn't easy at first. When Amy checked in after Blue had been in his new home for three days, it was nothing but praise and happiness. Blue and the other dogs have adapted to each other and play, sleep and eat together. There is more life and spirit in the two older dogs, who seemed melancholy since the death of their 'brother'.

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Enrique shares the last and best command with Blue's new owners, Jimmy and Amy.

This is a new chapter for Amy and Jimmy's family. They have an amazing new puppy, and it was all thanks to a small but meaningful program that has made a difference in so many lives.

Tarrio will, hopefully soon, have another dog to train and be able to send it off to find a great forever home, like he did with Blue. He has been talking to Amy since they returned to Texas and is checking on Blue's training. He couldn't be happier that Blue is adjusting to his new family and environment.

CondemnedUSA will continue to help with both the small and the big things for the J6 Political Hostages. They will be there to answer the call. Tarrio knew he could trust CondemnedUSA to give Blue his forever home and knew he would see Blue again because he called them first.

For more information or to donate to CondemnedUSA for their efforts, please visit their website here.

Jen Baker
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