Former U.S. Attorney General Slams Capitol Hill Riots
By Gabrielle Seunagal - January 19, 2021, 2:42 pm
"Chaos as Trump supporters storm Capitol" (CC BY 2.0) by wuestenigel
The insurrection that rocked Capitol Hill 13 days ago remains part of Americas top conversations. Trump supporters, seeking to stop the certification of Joe Bidens election victory, stormed the U.S. Capitol, destroyed public property, and engaged in conduct engendering multiple deaths and arrests.
Dirty and torn american flag on the grou (CC BY 2.0) by wuestenigel
Ramifications of this months insurrection are far from over. With Trump set to leave the White House tomorrow, top leaders across the nation are still discussing the riots and the aftermath remains ongoing. Multiple individuals involved in the insurrection are also now suffering the consequences for breaking the law and breaching security.
Yesterday, former U.S. Attorney General William Barr spoke about the Capitol Hill riots and all the chaos in the aftermath, per Newsmax.
Former A.G. Barr on the U.S. Capitol Riots
While speaking with ITV News, Barr declared that disputes regarding the 2020 presidential election set the stage for January 6s riots. Yesterday, the former attorney general declared that breaking into Capitol Hill and seeking to stop Bidens confirmation went far beyond the use of First Amendment rights.
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