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Those who stormed the US Capitol: Trump misled us

Many in the midst of raids on the Congress building on January 6, 2021 in the USA blame former US President Donald Trump for misguiding them.

After the far-right groups and Trump supporters raided the Congress building where the session was held to confirm the results of the November 3, 2020 election, 170 of the rebels on trial accepted their crimes, while 70 of them were decided.

Amid those who admitted their misdeeds, many said he was wrong to get into Congress and disapproved of political violence, while others blamed Trump for misguiding them.

Ex-soldier named Leonard Gruppo, who was sentenced to three months of residential confinement, said in a letter he sent to the judge that what he had that day was a surreal experience and said, “I trusted the President and this was a big mistake.”

Robert Palmer, who attacked the police by throwing a fire extinguisher during the raid and was sentenced to 5 years in prison, stated in the letter he wrote that he realized that they were being told bullshit about a “stolen election” that day.

Glenn Wes Lee Croy’s lawyer, Kira Anne West, who was imprisoned for three months, also shared in court that her client believed the bullshit in the Leader and the media that the elections were rigged.

Valerie Elaine Ehrke from the state of California also stated in the letter she sent to the court that she went to the capital city to listen to Trump’s speech, that she said she would go to Congress in Trump’s speech, and that she also called her supporters.

Contrary to what he stated in his speech, the former US Leader never went to the Congress building that day.

Devlyn Thompson, who was sentenced to 4 years in prison for attacking a police officer with a truncheon in the congress raid, also stated in the letter he wrote that he knew that the peaceful form of the ruling period should be preserved, although he was still conservative, he knew that he should act within the limits of the system.

January 6 Congress raid

In the USA, far-right groups and former US President Donald Trump supporters stormed the Congress building on January 6, 2021, where the session was held to confirm the results of the November 3, 2020 election.

Five people, including a police officer, were killed in the raid. Former Leader Trump, who was tried for impeachment for incitement to rebellion due to the raid, was acquitted in the vote in the Senate in February 2021.

Democrats in the House of Representatives formed a committee and began investigating the incident, despite the objections of the Republicans.

The committee has called many people close to Trump to speak, and Trump’s former Advisor Steve Bannon and former Private Secretary Mark Meadows, who did not comply with these invitations, were accused of “insulting the Congress”.

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