Video Surface Where Alleged Antifa Member Started Breaking Windows At Capitol And Trump Supporters Stopped The Attack
Supporters of President Trump surrounded the U.S. Capitol on Tuesday afternoon, and Congress met in the building to prove the outcome of the 2020 presidential election.
A large number of supporters did not protested peacefully and the whole scene quickly fell into chaos.
Republican Rep. Paul Gosar of Arizona claims that Antifa had provoked the chaos.
Two more congressional Republicans had joined him. First, Alabama Rep. Mo Brooks, who told Lou Dobbs that while there could have been “some” Trump supporters, it also “could be any other number of groups.
In one of the videos, Trump supporters can be heard calling out, “Don’t break the window!” “No Antifa! No Antifa!” as several Trump supporters intervened and stopped the attack by someone dressed and acting like Antifa but with a Trump sticker on the back of their helmet.
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