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January 14, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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NEWPORT NEWS, VA - SEPTEMBER 25: A reporter with One America News Network works at a campaign rally with President Donald Trump at Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport on September 25, 2020 in Newport News, Virginia. President Trump is scheduled to announce his nomination to the Supreme Court to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Saturday afternoon at the White House. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

Law enforcement agencies are rounding up suspected rioters, combing through social media evidence, and uncovering the true depth of the plot to overtake the Capitol and stop the certification of Joe Biden's election.

Far-right personalities are trying to minimize the Capitol attack and divert blame away from President Trump.

Another Trump fan, Darrell Fliflet, said "I feel it was people like Antifa, Black Lives Matter, who infilitrated the crowd, that caused the problems. "

One America News, a cable channel led by Robert Herring, who says Trump is the best president of his lifetime, has sanitized the violence by referring to the riot as "the Capitol Hill incident" more than fifteen times this week.

His so-called evidence: Some protesters were already at the Capitol while Trump was still speaking about a mile and a half away.

The timeline theory has been picked up by Trump aides like Jason Miller, who said on Fox News Wednesday night, "the bad actors started going into the violence and destruction even before President Trump finished speaking. "

He said there is "overwhelming" evidence that Trump "did nothing wrong" on the day of the attack.

The Antifa blame game started within hours of the riot and gained significant traction on Fox News, with host Laura Ingraham saying "they were likely not all Trump supporters" and her guests speculating about Antifa's role.

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