• Social Media Sites Remove Trump Video Message to Capitol Hill Rioters

    4 monthes ago - By Billboard

    YouTube, Facebook and Twitter have removed a video that President Donald Trump released as his supporters stormed the Capitol building and disrupted the Electoral College vote count.
    In the video, posted on social media platforms on Wednesday afternoon, Trump told the rioters to “go home now” while reiterating the false claim that the 2020 election was stolen from him.
    The New York Times earlier reported that YouTube and Facebook had taken the video down. But the removal from the three major social media platforms didn't stop it from being widely viewed. Twitter, in particular, kept the...
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  • Celebrities React as Pro-Trump Mob Storms Capitol Building

    4 monthes ago - By Pop Crush

    Stars including Mark Ruffalo, Tinashe and more weighed in on Wednesday's MAGA riots in D.C.
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  • P!nk, Cardi B & More Express ‘Embarrassment' After Trump Supporters Storm U.S. Capitol

    P!nk, Cardi B & More Express ‘Embarrassment' After Trump Supporters Storm U.S. Capitol

    4 monthes ago - By Billboard

    A massive crowd of protestors supporting President Donald Trump violently clashed with law enforcement Wednesday storming the U.S. Capitol and sending the building into lockdown.
    The chaos came amid the vote from lawmakers to certify Joe Biden's presidential victory. According to the Associated Press , protesters tore down metal barricades at the foot of the Capitol, and were met by officers in riot gear and shields.
    The clash comes shortly after Trump addressed a crowd of his supporters, baselessly claiming election fraud. “We will not let them silence your voices,” he told the...
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  • Rockers React To Pro-TRUMP Protesters Storming Capitol Hill: 'This Is Next-Level Insanity'

    4 monthes ago - By Blabber Mouth

    Alex Skolnick , Doc Coyle and Danko Jones are among the musicians who have reacted on social media to reports that supporters of President Donald Trump breached the U.S. Capitol as lawmakers count the Electoral College votes certifying President-elect Joe Biden's win.
    Hundreds of pro-Trump protesters broke through barricades and swarmed the building, forcing the Senate to evacuate and Vice President Mike Pence to be moved to a secure location.
    Earlier in the day, Trump - who has refused to accept the results of the election and has baselessly asserted that the election results were...
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