- American comedian, Kevin Hart, has taken to social media to react with dismay to the recent crises at the Capitol Building
- The Capitol Building was recently invaded by Trump supporters who were not pleased by Joe Biden’s win
- Kevin said that if all the people who invaded the building were black, they would have been shot dead
Just recently, people all over the world saw the level of chaos that took place at the Capitol Building after President Donald Trump's supporters invaded the building.
A number of public figures had things to say about the shameful display including comedian, Kevin Hart.
He took to his Instagram page to explain how things would have been completely different if the invaders happened to be blacks.
Kevin said that they would have all been shot dead and a difference in the two realities of America was pure disrespect to people of colour.
The Washington Post had earlier reported how the demonstrations of protesters became violent after the Congress was set to confirm Joe Biden as the winner of the presidential election.
News channels all over the world posted unbelievable videos of Trump supporters who pushed past security to invade the building.
Kevin not pleased with the shameful event said blacks had seen this kind of situation happen repeatedly with them being the victims, and asked why armed officers did not use force when they were supposed to.
In his words:
“2 completely different America’s that we are living in. If these people were black they would have all been shot dead. This sh*it is past the word sad....at this point it’s pure disrespect to all people of color. Why can’t we see this situation handled the same way that we have seen our people handled repeatedly....when the armed officers are supposed to use force they don’t....Sh*it is fuc*king SAD!!!!!”
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Briefly.co.za previously reported on other news to do with the protesting going on in the States. The outgoing United States first lady Melania Trump's chief of staff, Stephanie Grisham, has resigned after the violent protests in the country.
There was a moment of shame at the House on Wednesday, January 6 after Donald Trump's supporters breached security and stormed the congress in a bid to halt Joe Biden's certification process.
According to CNN, Stephanie submitted her resignation letter on Wednesday, January 6. However, she did not indicate if her move was occasioned by the mayhem in the US Capitol.