Congress has verified Joe Biden. He will be sworn in on January 20

Horrible scenes in the Capitol, one of America’s iconic buildings. Violent protests against Joe Biden have had tragic consequences. Washington, D.C. Police Chief Robert Condy said four people were killed and 52 were arrested during a violent protest in the Capitol on Wednesday as pro-Trump protesters entered the building that houses the U.S. Congress. Reuters And dpa.

Massacre in the Capitol

At a news conference Wednesday night, Mayor Muriel Bowser ruled that 47 of the 52 arrests were related to traffic violations after 18:00.

Many more were arrested for possessing firearms without a license. Candy refused to provide details about the identity of the woman who was shot by Capitol police. The other three died due to a medical emergency.

The Washington, D.C. police chief said 14 more police officers were injured, two of whom were seriously injured in clashes with protesters. One of the officers was evacuated from the security area by the protesters, after which he was brutally beaten by them.

The US Congress convened on Wednesday to review the results of the presidential election. Thousands of supporters of US President Donald Trump rallied in front of the Washington Capitol and tore down several security barriers, leading to clashes with police and chaotic scenes in front of the US Congress, where Congressmen gathered to officially confirm the Democratic election victory, with Joe Biden kidnapping the EFE.

See also  Messi and Inter Miami's Asian tour is at its peak

Wilmot Chandler

"Explorer. Web specialist. Beer practitioner. Alcoholaholic. Social media geek. Introvert. Food lover. Future teen idol."

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top