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Collected Item: “False equivalency between Black Lives Matter and Capitol Siege”

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False equivalency between Black Lives Matter and Capitol Siege

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Fiery exchanges took place when House lawmakers convened Wednesday to impeach President Donald Trump for a historic second time, just one week after a mob of his supporters attacked the Capitol grounds. As Democrats railed against the insurrectionists, some Republicans repeatedly drew comparisons between last summer's Black Lives Matter protests and the Capitol siege of Jan. 6.

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Trump, mob, Capitol, BLM, Black Lives Matter, Social Justice, ASU, HST580

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Kiara Brantley-Jones

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