Like many Americans, Carole Radziwill from The real housewives in New York City uneasy with how easily Trump supporters were allowed to storm the Capitol.
“I started marching in June and faced w / cops in full riot gear,” Radziwill tweet as unextended events. “We were not allowed to move beyond the 100s of obstruction. It’s because I was complaining of the injustice against black Americans. Yesterday the protesters entered the Capitol as if on their voyage. ”
Hundreds of Donald Trump supporters made their way into the Capitol to block and block the 2020 presidential election certificate. Protesters were seen taking selfies with some of the rape officials law. They would also provide easy access to areas of the building that are normally restricted to the public.
Carole Radziwill wants to know what the future holds
“Yesterday, Trump and his senators in the Senate & House tried to overthrow our democracy,” Radziwill tweet the day after the attack. “It’s called temptation. It is illegal. People are dead now. What are you going to do? “
Radziwill also pushed back against people who compared Jan’s events. 6 and Black Lives Matter complaints. Many who supported the Capitol protests argued that the protests were not violent. This was despite extensive damage to the building and the death toll. “I would like to hear from all those who were embarrassed that Autozone and Target were being built. You must be overwhelmed by today’s events. If you’re not better look at yourself, ”she said write.
Radziwill tweet that the Sen. Josh Hawley engaged in the violence. “Hawley spreads lies & misinformation about the election. He is a co-conspirator in #Trump’s attempt to overthrow democracy. It is a temptation. It is illegal. People are dead now. There is blood on her hands. ”
she is added, “@Leezeldin @EliseStefanik is among NY representatives who are familiar with spreading lies & misinformation about the election to help #Trump to derail our democracy yesterday. It’s called temptation. It is illegal. People are dead now. These two are responsible. What should we do? ”