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The controversy had similarities to Mircosoft's Tay AI bot , which tweeted inflammatory and offensive comments only hours after it was released back in March ; that service was also shut down.
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NY TIMES. Tweet of the Day: Lila Ibrahim — chief operating officer of Alphabet's AI lab DeepMind — has joined the U. Beth Duckett is a former news and investigative reporter for The Arizona Republic, who has written for USA Today, American Art Collector, and other publications.
A graduate of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism, she won a First Amendment Award and a Pulitzer Prize nomination for her original reporting on problems within Arizona's pension systems.
Charlotte Hayes-Clemens is an editor and writer based in Vancouver. EST , hundreds of Trump supporters clashed with officers and pushed through barriers along the perimeter of the Capitol.
Irving told Lofgren the doors to the Capitol were locked and "nobody can get in". Irving called back with formal approval an hour later. Concerned about the approaching mob, Representative Maxine Waters D - CA called Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund, who was not on Capitol grounds but at the police department's headquarters.
When asked what the Capitol Police were doing to stop the rioters, Sund told Waters, "We're doing the best we can" before the line went dead.
In many cases, those who stormed the Capitol appeared to employ tactics, body armor and technology such as two-way radio headsets that were similar to those of the very police they were confronting.
For the first time in U. Rioters carried crosses and signs saying, "Jesus Saves", and "Jesus ". On the National Mall, rioters chanted, "Christ is king.
Rioters referred to the neo-fascist Proud Boys as "God's warriors". Although a few evangelical leaders supported the riots,  most condemned the violence and criticized Trump for inciting the crowd.
Investigative journalist Sarah Posner , author of Unholy: Why White Evangelicals Worship at the Altar of Donald Trump , argues that many white evangelical Christians in the U.
At the time, the joint session of Congress — which had already voted to accept the nine electoral votes from Alabama and three from Alaska without objection — was split so that each chamber could separately consider an objection to accepting Arizona's electoral votes that had been raised by Representative Paul Gosar R-AZ and endorsed by Senator Ted Cruz R- TX.
Both chambers were roughly halfway through their two-hour debate on the motion. While debate over the Arizona electoral college votes continued, an armed police officer entered the Senate chamber, positioned facing the back entrance of the chamber.
Pence handed the floor from Senator Kyrsten Sinema D-AZ to Senator James Lankford R- OK. Moments later, Pence was escorted out by members of the Secret Service.
The rioters began to climb the stairs towards the Senate chamber. A lone Capitol Police officer, Eugene Goodman , worked to slow the mob down as he radioed that they had reached the second floor.
Just steps from the still-unsealed Senate chamber doors, the rioters instead followed the Capitol Police officer, leading them back away from the Senate.
Banging could be heard from outside as people attempted to breach the doors. A minute later, the rioters reached the gallery outside the chamber.
Afterwards, Trump followers on far-right social media called for Pence to be hunted down, and the mob began chanting, "Where is Pence?
Capitol staff were asked to move into offices and lock their doors and windows; those outside were advised to "seek cover".
As the mob roamed the Capitol, lawmakers, aides, and staff took shelter in offices and closets. Aides to Mitch McConnell, barricaded in a room just off a hallway, heard a rioter outside the door "praying loudly", asking for "the evil of Congress [to] be brought to an end".
With senators still in the chamber, Trump reached Senator Tommy Tuberville R-AL by phone and told him to do more to block the counting of Biden's electoral votes.
Sergeant-at-Arms of the Senate Michael C. Stenger accompanied a group of senators including Lindsey Graham R-SC and Joe Manchin D-WV to a secure location in a Senate office building.
Once safe, the lawmakers were "furious" with Stenger; Graham asked him, "How does this happen? How does this happen? The House was gaveled into recess, but would resume a few minutes later.
Around , when Gosar finished speaking, the House went into recess again. The rioters had entered the House wing and were attempting to enter the Speaker's Lobby just outside the House chamber.
Lawmakers were still inside and being evacuated, with Pelosi, Kevin McCarthy and a few other individuals being taken to a "secure location". ABC News reported that shots were fired within the Capitol.
Police found her, and, as her press pass had been stolen, they held her at gunpoint before her colleagues intervened.
Panic buttons in at least two Representatives' offices were found to have been torn out. They attempted to call for help with panic buttons that had been previously installed and even used in safety drills, but "[e]very panic button in my office had been torn out — the whole unit", Pressley's chief of staff told the Boston Globe.
Multiple rioters, using the cameras on their cell phones, documented themselves occupying the Capitol and the offices of various representatives,    storming the offices of Speaker Pelosi,   accessing secure computers and stealing a laptop.
Two pipe bombs , planted the previous night around 8 p. About 30 minutes later, another pipe bomb was found under a bush at the Democratic National Committee DNC headquarters.
The mob that stormed the Capitol consisted of some of Trump's longtime and most fervent supporters, coming from across the United States.
Included in the group were some convicted criminals, including a man who had been released from a Florida prison after serving a sentence for attempted murder.
Neo-Nazi and Völkisch -inspired neopagan apparel was also worn by some participants during the riots, including a shirt emblazoned with references to the Auschwitz—Birkenau concentration camp and its motto, Arbeit macht frei German for "work makes you free".
An academic analysis reported in The Atlantic found that 89 percent of the people who were arrested for invading the Capitol had no clear public connection to established far-right militias, known white-nationalist gangs, or any other known militant organizations.
The researchers concluded that these "middle-aged, middle-class insurrectionists" represented "a new force in American politics—not merely a mix of right-wing organizations, but a broader mass political movement that has violence at its core and draws strength even from places where Trump supporters are in the minority.
The Associated Press reviewed public and online records of more than participants after the storming and found that many of them shared conspiracy theories about the presidential election on social media and had also believed other "QAnon" and "deep state" conspiracy theories.
Additionally, several had threatened Democratic and Republican politicians before the storming. Some military personnel participated in the riot;  the Department of Defense is investigating members on active and reserve duty who may have been involved in the riot.
Court charges filed by federal prosecutors against members of the Oath Keepers militia who stormed the capital indicated that the militiamen were updated via Facebook messages on the location of lawmakers as they were evacuated, and received orders such as "We have about of us.
We are sticking together and sticking to the plan" and "All members are in the tunnels under capital seal them in. Turn on gas". Members of the right-wing Tea Party Patriots-backed group America's Frontline Doctors , including founder Simone Gold and communications director John Strand, were arrested in connection with the assault on the Capitol.
Some Trump loyalists falsely claimed that antifa had staged the incident as a false flag operation to implicate Trump supporters.
At least sixteen Republican current and former state legislators were present at the event, including West Virginia State Senator Mike Azinger , Nevada State Assemblywoman Annie Black , Virginia State Senator Amanda Chase , Maryland Delegate Daniel L.
Cox , Alaska State Representative David Eastman , West Virginia Delegate Derrick Evans , Colorado State Representative-elect Ron Hanks , Missouri State Representative Justin Hill , Arizona State Representative Mark Finchem , Virginia State Delegate Dave LaRock , Michigan State Representative Matt Maddock , Pennsylvania State Senator Doug Mastriano , and Tennessee Representative Terri Lynn Weaver , as well as outgoing Georgia State Representative Vernon Jones a former Democrat who announced at the rally that he had joined the Republican Party , outgoing Arizona State Representative Anthony Kern , and former Pennsylvania State Representative Rick Saccone.
Weaver claimed to have been "in the thick of it" and Evans filmed himself entering the Capitol alongside rioters.
All denied participating in acts of violence. Trump, who had spent previous weeks promoting the "Save America" rally,  was "initially pleased" when his supporters breached the Capitol and refused to intercede,  but also "expressed disgust on aesthetic grounds" over the "low class" appearance of the supporters involved in the rioting.
EST, as the riot was going on and after senators had been evacuated from the Senate floor, Trump phoned Senators Mike Lee R-UT and Tommy Tuberville R-AL , asking them to make more objections to the counting of the electoral votes to try to overturn the election.
They are truly on the side of our Country. Stay peaceful! Trump was in the West Wing of the White House at the time.
A close adviser to Trump said the president was not taking many phone calls. When Trump watches television, the adviser explained, he will pause a recorded program to take a phone call, but "if it's live TV, he watches it, and he was just watching it all unfold.
Capitol to remain peaceful. No violence! Lindsey Graham later told the Washington Post that "it took [Trump] awhile to appreciate the gravity of the situation In it, he praised his supporters and repeated his claims of electoral fraud, saying: "This was a fraudulent election, but we can't play into the hands of these people.
We have to have peace. So go home. We love you. You're very special. You've seen what happens. You see the way others are treated that are so bad and so evil.
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