Stephen Ayers, witness to the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol, before a hearing panel at the Cannon Building in Washington on Tuesday.
In the weeks leading up to the storming of the Capitol, Donald Trump sowed chaos in the White House and stoked anger among his supporters. The inquiry team is now presenting a timeline of the planned expansion.
AAsked if he still believed Trump’s vote-rigging story, Stephen Ayers replied, “Not so much now.” He deleted all his social media accounts and started “doing research”. Not long ago, Ayers said he blindly followed the then-president when he followed his supporters against an allegedly rigged election. Washington shouted. Ayers was one of the mob that stormed the Capitol in Washington on January 6, 2021. He was arrested a few weeks later, pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor and is scheduled to be sentenced in September. A year and a half later, Ayers was the first rioter to testify at the public hearings of the Commission of Inquiry into the attack on the Capitol.
This day is also about how Donald Trump After a failed presidential election, he incited his supporters and drove them to the US capital. A timeline of the expansion in the 24 days from December 14, 2020 to January 6, 2021, from the day the Electoral College confirmed Joe Biden for president to when armed Trump supporters erupted into a landmark American invasion of politics.