On January 6 Congress met for a joint session of Congress to certify the results of the Electoral College.
But then all hell broke loose.
And then Joe Biden hit Donald Trump with this ultimatum about the chaos at the Capitol.
Shortly after Congress began debating Senator Ted Cruz’s opposition to certifying the Electoral College results in the state of Arizona a mob broke through security barriers surrounding the Capitol and found their way into the building.
It turned into a mad house and protesters stormed through the building and broke into members’ offices as well as the House and Senate chambers.
Some protesters even photographed themselves in Nancy Pelosi’s office.
Former Vice President Biden addressed the chaos during remarks in Wilmington, Delaware and falsely blamed President Trump for the out-of-control protest.
“Our democracy is under unprecedented assault unlike anything we’ve seen in modern times,” former Vice President Biden stated.
Biden demanded the protesters disperse from the Capitol and allow the certification of the Electoral College to proceed.
“I call on this mob to pull back and allow democracy to go forward,” Biden added.
Biden then baselessly claimed that President Trump was somehow at fault for this scene.
”The words of a president matter, no matter how good or bad that president is,” Biden stated. “At their best, the words of a president can inspire. At their worst, they can incite.”
Earlier in the day the President addressed a “March to Save America” rally where the President listed 38 allegations of voter fraud.
The President urged his supporters to cheer Senators that supported objections to the Electoral College and to hold those that supported certifying what he called fraudulent results accountable by challenging them in primaries.
President Trump only encouraged his supporters to engage in lawful political protest and activity.
Later on, President Trump released a video where multiple times he urged the protesters to go home in peace.
“You have to go home now, we have to have peace. We have to have law and order,” the President stated.
“Go home, we love you. You’re very special,” President Trump finished up by telling the protesters. “You’ve seen what happens. You’ve seen how others are treated that are so bad and so evil. I know how you feel. But go home and go home in peace.”
Unlike Joe Biden, President Trump condemns violence even if it may come from his supporters.
Joe Biden refused to call out antifa or Black Lives Matter by name for their campaign of organized terror this summer when they burned cities and looted businesses.
But this is a story the media tried to hide from the American people because it contradicts their preferred narrative.
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