Former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, with the Republican Party, compared the action of Trump supporters who invaded the US Congress on January 6 to those of the supporters of the National Socialist Workers Party (Nazi Party) who came to power in Germany before World War II.
Schwarzenegger, in the video he shared on social media yesterday, stated that the events reminded the “Kristallnacht” (Crystal Night) incident in which Nazi supporters destroyed Jewish homes, schools and workplaces in Germany and Austria on 9-10 November 1938. “The Night of the Crystal was the Crystal Night of the USA. The rogue gang not only shattered the windows of the US Congress, they shattered our values. They trampled the principles on which this country was founded.” said.
Stating that President Donald Trump was trying to reverse the result of a fair election, the former Governor said, “He tried to make a coup by directing people with lies.” used the expression.restbet giriş yapmak için platformun yenilenen adresini kullanmanız gerekiyor.
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Describing Trump as “an unsuccessful leader and the worst president in US history”, the Republican politician stressed that “his only consolation was the end of Trump’s presidency” and commented that “he will be as insignificant as an old twit in the future.”
EVENTS IN THE CONGRESS BUILDING
US Congress held a joint session to approve the Presidential Election Voting on January 6, while US President Trump held a rally in front of the White House.
Tens of thousands of demonstrators who attended the rally later marched to the Congress and tried to enter the Congress building. While there was a quarrel between the police and the demonstrators, hundreds of demonstrators crossed the barricades and entered the Congress building.
The National Guard was sent to Congress to intervene in the events, and after the 4-hour raid, the security forces maintained order. Five people, one of whom was the police officer, died in the incidents, dozens were injured.
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