A massive rise in racist attacks: 3,800 in the last year, shows an America riddled with hate and distrust
House sent home early as the National Guard and federal law enforcement personnel locked down the Capitol to prevent another riot
It matters to show that those who ignore the law, spread lies and place Democracy must face punishment for their actions.
President Biden and the First Lady paid their respects to the officer who died protecting the seat of America’s government
When police officers cross the line and take part in what has been called an act of sedition in the mob riot at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, should they be held accountable?
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.
What happened at the Capitol on Jan. 6 was not an ad hoc protest, but a planned criminal attack on the American democratic republic by a mob determined to a violent overthrow of the representative government of the United States.
Trump preferred Twitter to even talking directly with people. He would stay up late at night filing tweet after tweet, many of them lies.
In stilted video uploaded to his reactivated Twitter account, Trump did not accept any role in inciting the violence perpetrated by his supporters when they forced the way into the Capitol, inflicting damage as police escorted members of Congress to secure locations. The attack left one Capitol Police Officer dead and an Air Force veteran who posted O’Anon conspiracy theories shot and killed when she tried to force her way into the building.