Make America Great Again

Reflections on violence in the heart of the American empire.
“How do you put in your two weeks’ notice when your job ends in less than two weeks?” Comedians roasted President Donald Trump’s aides for resigning after violence broke out on Capitol Hill.
“I swear we were writing jokes today.” Late night hosts dropped their jokes and got serious by weighing in on the violent mob of President Donald Trump’s supporters who stormed the Capitol.
In shocking scenes, insurrectionists stormed Congress in protest of President-elect Joe Biden’s victory.
The president eventually ordered the National Guard to the scene, and D.C. was put under curfew for Wednesday night.
He vowed to "personally work" against members of his own party who don't support the president's attempt to overturn the election.
It only took the hacker five tries to guess the correct password, and he was kind enough to tell Donald Trump's team to activate two-factor authentication afterward.
At least one person was stabbed during the nighttime unrest between Trump supporters and counter-demonstrators.
The president stoked violence as skirmishes broke out in Washington between Trump backers and counterprotesters, leaving one man critically injured.