With violent groups that support outgoing president Donald Trump threatening violence in the streets of State Capitals across the nation and in Washington, DC, thousands of National Guard troops are read.
The breach appeared methodical by people who had researched the weak spots of the Capitol.
Many of the pro-Trumpers wore garish attire, shouted obscene slogans and vulgar insults at police and bystanders. Trump, of course, applauded their actions.
As usual, the claims that the Antifa movement is behind the protests that have hit American cities since police killings of Blacks show little or no involvement.
The ray was just one of the exotic weapons considered by federal authorities for use against protestors in the Nation’s Capitol this year.
The Democratic candidate for president was clear on this point: A racist president is a big part of the problem in America.
The Democratic candidate for president said the United States must confront centuries of systemic racism and social discord.
It’s become a pattern when unrest flares in a city: President Donald Trump suggests he has National Guard troops ready to send to the scene
After praising his supporters who fought with protestors, Trump heads to the city where he is supporting a 17-year-old militia-wannabe charged with murdering two and wounding others.
Biden called Trump’s rage tweets on Sunday irresponsible and self-serving. “He’s stoking violence in our cities. He can’t stop the violence because for years he’s fomented it.”