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Weekend Reads planned demo right trump trailer: worry against new violence in Washington

17:50  17 september  2021
17:50  17 september  2021 Source:   tagesspiegel.de

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on Saturday, hundreds want to demonstrate for those after the storm on the Capitol. This time the American capital wants to be prepared.

Die Zäune sind zurück am Kapitol in Washington. © Photo: Imago Images / Zuma Wire The fences are back on the Capitol in Washington.

The iron fences have returned - just in good time before the next major demonstration right groups this Saturday afternoon. Only in July the meter high barricades had been reduced around the congress building in Washington.

They had been built after followers of the then President Donald Trump on 6 January forcibly invaded the Capitol to prevent the confirmation of Joe Bonden's election victory. Five people came about life, about 140 emergency services were injured.

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Once again, the security forces do not want to override the demonstration as potentially dangerous. Although, according to the Federal Police FBI, there are no reliable evidence of planned violence, the Capitol police asked the Ministry of Defense to put the National Guard in readiness. Calculated with more than 700 demonstrators, including members of legal radical groups involved in the Capitol storm.

The organizers speak of "political prisoners"

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also several Republican MPs argue as - how many followers share this, shows a study published on Tuesday. According to the conservative opinion researchers of Rasmussen Report, 49 percent of the potential voters indicate the arrested as "political prisoners".

Officially, the fraction management of the Republicans has distanced itself from the rally. Demonstrations are also expected from state parliaments in at least 17 other cities.

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The organizers now call for "peaceful protests" to demand that the cases of the arrested were finally decided. Participants should occur "respectively" to security forces.

, too, neither arms nor party political statements should be brought along, such as posters or T-shirts that are recruited for Trump or against biders. The colors of the American flag inda should be shown nationwide.

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even if pro-trump Slogans should be waived, it is clear that this protest is quite in the sense of the ex-president. Trump has not recognized his election defeat until today. The Republicans propagates the "Big Lie" from the massive electoral fraud , which had brought him a second term.

More than three quarters of the Republican followers believe that the choice was stolen

also the faith of a survey on behalf of the news channel CNN according to 78 percent of Republican followers. Many in the party want to use the topic for the election campaign before the intermediate elections 2022.

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The House of Representatives had accused Trump to have called for violence on January 6 and opened a second impeachment procedure against him . In the Senate, the Republican had been acquitted .

Officially, the ex-president has not expressed itself to the demonstration. However, he explained on Thursday, he think and feel with the people who would follow the "stolen choice" as "unfair" in the course of the protests from 6 January. Trump has no interest in that in Washington rests rest again. At least, hope there is hope that the fences will not restrict access to the congress six months or more. The boss of the Capitol police, Tom Manger, has announced: "If everything goes well, they will be rebuilt very soon afterwards."

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