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Who Really Stormed The Capitol?

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While there’s always a few bad apples in every group, the overwhelming majority of Trump supporters are not of a mind to go to such extremes as storming the Capitol of the United States. In fact, they would look down on it. Speaking of facts, it is a FACT that since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, the death of George Floyd, and the BLM movement uprise, most of the riots (dare I say 99%?) that have plagued this country have all been started by the left, extreme left, BLM supporters, Antifa, Anarchists, Marxists, Socialists, Communists, Millenials, and criminals. Mix in the blind sheep who don’t even have a true understanding as to what they’re doing, – they’re either joining to fit in or because of social pressure, bullying and cancel culture, –  and it makes for a combustible cocktail. True Trump supporters have a hard time believing the crowd who stormed the Capitol were of their ilk. So who were they really? Well, some believe it was a set up! by the left and paid for by secret interested parties like George Soros and others like him, orchestrating a crowd of people from all of the groups listed above along with members of law enforcement and FBI/CIA etc., to rush the Capitol and twist the narrative into news headlines to make it look like it was Trump who called for it and his supporters following that request. And supposedly there have been various pieces of evidence that have come out to support this theory. Others say this rush was simply extreme leftist folks who took the opportunity yet again to wreak havoc in public and then blame Trump for it. And somewhere in there, there are other spin-off ideas of these stories with variations of possibilities. So who knows for sure WHO was really behind it all, but something does not add up, especially when you dig a little deeper and connect the dots.

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