Protestors breached Capitol Building, it put the Electoral Vote Objection on hold

Protestors breached Capitol Building, it put the Electoral Vote Objection on hold

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Protestors breached America’s Capitol Building which ultimately put the Electoral Vote Objection on hold.

People can be seen waving American flags and expressing support for current President Donald J. Trump after they broke through barriers.

The large group of protestors can be seen overcoming what the Capitol Police could not handle or hold back on due to a large amount of people.

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Flags were being waved, where both chambers pondered over objections to electoral votes from the presidential election.

The chambers voting was put on hold, where lawmakers evacuated. The building was put on lockdown when protestors stormed in.

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Shots were reportedly fired inside of the building according to Epoch Times reporter Charlotte Cuthbertson.

The National Guard was called to the Capitol, where later Trump told his supporters to be peaceful, eventually telling them to go home in a 1-minute long video posted to his Twitter account,

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