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Trump calls Jan 6 rioters ‘warriors’ at Nevada rally

Donald Trump has defended his supporters involved in the Capitol riot on January 6, 2021, calling them “warriors” at a Nevada rally.

“Those J6 warriors – they were warriors – but they were really, more than anything else, they’re victims of what happened,”Trump said at the rally, speaking to a crowd of several thousand supporters.

“All they were doing is protesting a rigged election. That’s what they were doing,” Trump continued, repeating his false claim that he should have won the 2020 presidential election.

He also baselessly claimed that police welcomed rioters into the Capitol on January 6, telling rioters to “Go in, go in, go in, go in.”

“What a horrible, horrible thing, and you know, that blows two ways, that blows two ways, believe me,” Trump falsely claimed.

Meanwhile, Trump also suggested a possible counter-investigation into the events of January 6 if he were re-elected, after the United States House Select Committee created to investigate the riots referred Trump to the US Department of Justice for possible prosecution.

More than 1,265 defendants have been prosecuted for their role in the Jan 6th Capitol riot, with more than 460 cases resulting in custodial sentences.

Altogether, department prosecutors have secured more than 718 guilty pleas — including 213 who pleaded to felonies that include assaults on federal officers, obstructing law enforcement and seditious conspiracy.

But despite the prosecutions, Trump has repeatedly called people imprisoned for their roles in the Capitol attack “hostages” and suggested he may pardon them.

He and his supporters have also at times sought to recharacterise the Jan 6 riots as peaceful.

In reality, however, about 140 officers were injured, and five died in the days

Read more on independent.co.uk