The Washington Post reports:
The desire to prevent a repeat of Wednesday’s attack helped drive Twitter’s decision to suspend Trump’s account after years in which he challenged the company’s policies against hate speech and inciting violence. Concerns about more violent incidents appear to be well-founded.
Calls for widespread protests on the days leading up to the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden have been rampant online for weeks.
These demonstrations are scheduled to culminate with what organizers have dubbed a “Million Militia March” on Jan. 20 as Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala D. Harris are to be sworn in on the same Capitol grounds that rioters overran on Wednesday.
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The Capitol siege was planned online. Trump supporters now planning the next one. https://t.co/638QnLUltC
— Amy B Wang (@amybwang) January 10, 2021