Pence Condemns ‘Unprecedented Violence And Vandalism’ In Capitol Building As Senate Reconvenes

Pence Condemns ‘Unprecedented Violence And Vandalism’ In Capitol Building As Senate Reconvenes


Vice President Mike Pence addressed a session of the U.S. Senate on Wednesday evening, praising the resilience of American Democracy and condemning the rioters who stormed the Capitol building amidst the effort to certify the Electoral College vote.

“Today was a dark day in the history of the United States Capitol, but thanks to the swift efforts of U.S. Capitol police, federal, state, and local law enforcement, the violence was quelled, the Capitol is secured, and the people’s work continues,” said Pence after the Senate reconvened for the evening.

Earlier in the day, lawmakers were escorted from the House and Senate chambers after a group of rioters pushed their way into the Capitol building. While it’s unclear how many of them entered, photos show apparent Trump supporters entering an empty Senate chamber, and Capitol security commenced in a stand-off at a barricaded House door. Others entered the offices of lawmakers, and broke windows and Capitol property.

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