Capture Of The Congress Building Resulted In The Death Of 4 Protesters And 14 Injured Officers
An unprecedented attempt to seize power over Congress with hundreds of protesters has tragic consequences. During the violent riots, four people died from their injuries and more than 50 protesters were arrested.
The FBI has launched an investigation into a series of incidents in and around the Capitol Building.
"The FBI is seeking information that will assist in identifying individuals who are actively instigating violence in Washington, DC. The FBI is accepting tips and digital media depicting rioting and violence in the U.S. Capitol Building and surrounding area in Washington, DC, on January 6, 2021."
The attempted coup d'etat was suppressed as swiftly as it had begun. More than 26 people were arrested inside the Capitol building.
Twitter users ridiculed the U.S. defense capability.
We spend $750 billion annually on "defense" and the center of American government fell in two hours to the duck dynasty and the guy in the chewbacca bikini pic.twitter.com/ZMR76cbN2c— (((YousefMunayyer))) (@YousefMunayyer) January 7, 2021
Immediately after the outbreak of riots, Donald Trump called for an end to the capture of the Capitol, while repeating that the elections were fraudulent. Twitter blocked the account of the President of the United States for 12 hours, and the speech itself was completely removed from the account.
The final point in Trump's opposition to the election result was the decision of several Senators to go against Donald Trump and his accusations of massive theft of votes. After the protest was suppressed, the petition to rig the elections in Georgia did not find support.