Donald Trump has been suspended from Twitter & Facebook for incendiary comments.
After last nights attack [physical] on the senate, it is hardly surprising, but think about how America stands at present and what is really happening.
President Donald Trump incited his supporters on Wednesday [6-Jan-2021] to storm the U.S. Capitol, where they ransacked the temple of American democracy in a violent crescendo to Trump’s coup failed attempt that disrupted a vote to confirm Joe Biden’s election as the next president. The mob at one point occupied the floor of the Senate and threatened to break into the House chamber but was held back by a barricaded door and guards with pistols drawn. Rather than writing this off as some small protest, perhaps it should be seen as a coup?
The stunning attack, which drew condemnation from world leaders, began around 1 p.m. [local time] while Congress convened to certify Biden’s election, an effort met with opposition from many Republicans. Around that time, during a speech outside the White House, Trump called on his supporters to head to the Capitol and protest the certification. They followed his command, posting on Gab and Parler “directions on which streets to take to avoid the police and which tools to bring to help pry open doors,” according to the New York Times.
Meanwhile, a group of thousands on the western expose of the Capitol crashed through metal barriers and stormed up the steps, where they quickly overwhelmed Capitol Police, leading to immediate questions about why law enforcement was not apparently better prepared. It has now come to light that several senators have been worried for days that an incident like this could occur.
The mob surged inside, then fanned out throughout the building. Unknown numbers of people were injured during the act of insurrection, including a woman shot outside the House chamber as the mob tried to breach the doors. The woman is said to have died.
The 2020 United States elections were held on Tuesday, November 3, 2020. The official result was Joe Biden [Democrat] 306 Donald Trump [Republican] 232 and ever since this day Donald Trump has been in denial, however, last night he took his first step towards enciting anarchy. On Wednesday 20 January the Inauguration of Joe Biden will take place, and he should seriously consider putting charges before Donald Trump for insurrection.