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Subject Stop All The Violence | With Freedom Comes Responsibility — Not Nihilism | Bipartisan Baloney
Date January 9, 2021 6:21 PM
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The violence at the Capitol was horrible, and we have to condemn it – and every person who engaged in it

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By Newt Gingrich

Americans should be committed to stopping all the violence.

As a former Speaker of the US House of Representatives and 20-year veteran of serving in that body, let me begin by condemning unequivocally and vehemently every person who illegally entered the Capitol. The trespassers and invaders should be tried and punished. Those who confronted the police should be charged with felonies.

There is no room in America for the kind of mob violence we saw on Wednesday. It is clear that there are 74 million-plus voters for President Donald Trump – and thousands of strong supporters who peacefully protested yesterday. They should not be tarred with the stain of the anti-American, unpatriotic minority who broke the law and assaulted the Capitol.

We have every right to condemn the violent minority while protecting the First Amendment rights of the vast majority.

Wednesday's violence in the Capitol was horrible, and we have to condemn it – and every person who engaged in it. It was an assault on the basic framework of law which is at the heart of the American Constitutional Republic.

However, we must go a step further and make a firm commitment to stop all the violence.

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