He died in the U.S. Capitol after tasering himself mistakenly and getting a heart attack
After a pro-Trump crowd stormed the United States, a total of four people died. Wednesday's Capitol (Jan. 6).
In American history, Wednesday (Jan. 6) was an eventful day, to say the least. A pro-Trump crowd marched to the United States Capitol, and assaulted it while vandalizing congressional staff holders, stealing equipment, and assaulting police officers.
Like all of you, I watched as a gang laid siege to the U.S. Capitol, organized, violent and mad they had lost an election," Michelle Obama said about the chaos she witnessed on social media and TV like everyone else watching in horror around the globe." "We had gallows set up. They waved the Confederacy's traitorous flag proudly across the halls. They desecrated the American Government Center. And once the police had eventually taken control of the situation, the rioters and gang members were forced out of the premises, not in custody, but free to continue their days.
Multiple news sources reported that after the mobbing attack, a total of four individuals died. One woman was identified as Ashli Babbit, who was fatally shot by Capitol authorities. Two other men and a second woman have died from "medical emergencies." As Benjamin Phillips, Kevin Greeson, and Roseanne Boyland, District of Colombia police, declared, they were later confirmed.
Outlets say that one of the individuals who died in an emergency probably played a role in their own death. News 1130, as well as other news outlets, claim that after mistakenly shocking himself with a taser, which caused him to have a heart attack, one of the males who died did so.
If the man who died was a Trump supporter or a police officer, we're not sure yet. CBS in Baltimore also announced that at least 52 persons were arrested in the U.S. Capitol during activities yesterday.
"History will rightly remember today's violence at the Capitol, prompted by a sitting president who, as a moment of great dishonor and shame for our nation, has continued to lie baselessly about the outcome of a lawful election," said Former President Barack Obama.