October 21, 2023

Pro-Palestine Demonstrators Take Over House Building

Alright, we'll have to see how this plays on in comparison to Jan. 6.

Pro-Palestinian demonstrators were able to take over a House office building last week.

Obviously, this throws America's entire national security into question.

Especially the security of America's most important location.

On the afternoon of Oct. 18, hundreds of protesters were able to crowd into the rotunda of the Cannon House Building, which is the site of many offices for House committees and members of Congress.

It was the largest protest at America's Capitol since Jan. 6, 2021.

Despite having advanced warning of the protest, police were unable to prevent it from happening.

The Capitol Police had put out an alert about a growing demonstration that had started at the National Mall around noon that day.

By the time the group had moved to the Capitol building, authorities were powerless to do anything about it.

It took them literally hours to clear out the people who had gathered inside the building, and the incident wrapped up with 308 people arrested in total.

The detained protestors were lined up outside before they were crowded into transportation and taken to the Capitol complex holding area.

Out of the people arrested, 305 of them were arrested for illegally protesting inside a House Office Building.

The final three were charged with assault on a law enforcement officer.

Forget about which side launched this attack, here's the most important question:

Are America's most important buildings safe right now?

Is our country safe right now?

After learning about everything that went wrong on Jan. 6, you would think that the top brass at the Capitol would have found a way to prevent it from happening again.

This time, despite the advanced warning, they weren't able to.

What if next time does not end as peacefully?

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