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Former President Donald Trump has teased plans to enter the presidential race in 2024 and if successful, he will pardon the white folks charged in the deadly Jan. 6 Capitol riot. 

For the one year anniversary of the disgraceful Capitol riots on January 6, 2021, Russ spoke with Republican political commentator Armstrong Williams to get his recollection of that day being that he was on the grounds in Washington from the beginning of the rally up until its violent end.


For people of color, including many in Congress, the Capitol insurrection attack on Jan 6, 2021 was more than a violent challenge to a free and fair election — it was an eerily familiar display of white supremacist violence, this time at the very seat of American democracy.


A man who joined a mob in one of the most violent attacks on police during the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol was sentenced on Monday to nearly four years in prison.


Joy Reid ripped into hosts of Fox News for downplaying the deadly Jan. 6th insurrection on-air, while behind the scenes they frantically tried to convince former President Donald Trump to condemn the violence.

TIME Magazine's 2021 Person Of Year had many asking for a recount after it was given to 50-year-old tech entrepreneur Elon Musk, with the real people's champ being Black police officer Eugene Goodman for his courage shown during the Capitol riots back in January.

Anna Morgan-Lloyd, a 49-year-old grandmother of five, got off essentially scot-free as part of a plea after verbalizing that "Schindler's List" and "Just Mercy" encouraged her to revisit her archaic frame of thinking.

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Armstrong Williams experienced the capitol riots first hand, he shares his experience.

The double standards between protests by Black Americans and white Americans are not surprising, but still chilling. 

In one of the most harrowing images to emerge from the so-called insurrection, Eugene Goodman averted the angry mob away from the Senate chambers.

Meet Black Capitol Police Officer Eugene Goodman Who Saved Government Officials From The Capitol Terrorist. So yes put some respect on his name...