It's the intention, not the violence, that makes the Capitol storming worse than the BLM riots

It's the intention, not the violence, that makes the Capitol storming worse than the BLM riots


January’s storming of the Capitol was a unique evil in our nation’s recent history. Never before had a sitting president spent two months trying to brainwash millions into believing the lie that the election was actually rigged, then invite an armed mob to Washington, D.C., to direct them to march to the Capitol to “stop the steal” right as Congress was finalizing his opponent’s victory.

As a matter of historical precedent, the Capitol siege is second only to the pandemic in terms of national crises of the last decade.

But in an attempt to shut down dissenters pointing out left-wing hypocrisy over the encouragement of civil unrest, politicos such as Joe Scarborough have forcefully tried to slam any equivalences between the Capitol storming and the Black Lives Matter riots of last summer. In a livid diatribe, the MSNBC host misses the point.

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