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Deadly U.S. Capitol Attack, Stimulus Slowdown And Trump Military Strikes: Views From HuffPost Readers

Our editors have picked some of your most thought-provoking comments from last week’s top stories.
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In a recent poll, one of HuffPost members’ top-requested features was a round-up of reader comments.

Every week, HuffPost editors read your comments on our top stories and highlight those that cut through the noise and make us think, help us see things from a different perspective, start conversations or even change our minds. 

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“As Trump is so fond of saying, IT’S A DISGRACE. A disgrace that was caused by his enticement.”

—Robert Danielson

“Just so disgusting and so UN-AMERICAN.”

—Bella Marie

“This conversation is criminal. I don’t know any other thing to call it. Democrats need to get strong and a game plan to start pressing charges.”

—Angie Poston

“Clearly treason. There are penalties for that.”

—Atlas Flowers

“Smart thinking on Pelosi’s part. Trump has already shown he’s willing to wage war on his own government. And if he’s willing to do that, he’s willing to do it anyone.”

—Brett Howard

“The USA can’t have the nuclear codes in the hands of a mad man insanely intent on destroying his own country.”

—Randy Ranson

“I’m really not surprised that they believe this. There have been TV ads last week by conservative groups saying how Democrats in DC are trying to take away people’s healthcare. It’s like looking in a mirror and the image is totally reversed. We’ve gone through the Black Mirror…”

—Hohn Boles

You can believe whatever you like, but the facts of the matter are that both sides of the political aisle are complicit in the chronic underperformance of our legislature, this stimulus charade is no different.”

—Mike Arias

“With few exceptions, people with mental health issues are still responsible for their behaviors and actions. This young lady is no exception.”

—B Magnolia

This woman should have the book thrown at her.  She has no right to grab at some else. That is assault and battery.”

—David Books