- Video has been tweeted by American radio persona and creator Matt Jones
- Video exhibits 1000’s of Trump supporters attacking police on the Capitol Hill
- 4 deaths have taken place and 52 arrests made for the ‘siege of the Capitol Hill’
A TikTok video of yesterday’s conflict between police and President Trump supporters on the Capitol Hill has gone viral on the web.
The video, shared by an American radio persona and creator Matt Jones, went viral on the web. The video garnered greater than 5.5k retweets and greater than 10k likes.
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Jones didn’t movie the footage, quite he shared the widely-circulated video on TikTok to his followers on Twitter. The video exhibits 1000’s of Trump supporters, holding flags, pushing away boundaries to assault law enforcement officials and making their well past the hurdles into the constructing.
“This video of the siege of the Capitol on TikTok is crazy and different than I had seen,” he tweeted.
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The broader angle of the clip helps the viewer see 1000’s of Trump supporters unfold over a big space, versus most movies of the protest that may be seen on social media which don’t present such a large angle.
Unprecedented scenes of mob violence unfolded in Washington on Wednesday in what observers described as an assault putting on the very coronary heart of American democracy.
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Inspired by US President Donald Trump’s inflammatory rhetoric relating to the validity of the 2020 US election outcomes, armed mobs broke into the USA Capitol — the equal of Parliament Home, the constructing the place the US Home of Representatives and Senate (Congress) meet — vandalising essentially the most central image of American democracy.
The assault compelled Congress to postpone a session that will have licensed President-elect Joe Biden’s victory.