Following Capitol Building Riot, 2 Trump Supporters Fired From Work Page all

WASHINGTON DC, KOMPAS.com – Two supporters of the President United States of America ( AS) Donald Trump who came unrest on Capitol Hill on Wednesday (6/1/2021) fired from his workplace.

The two people were caught on camera when they entered the Capitol Building as reported from Daily Mail, Thursday (7/1/2021).

Navistar Direct Marketing issued a statement that said they fired one of their employees who had entered the Capitol Building.

Company it added that they were told that there was a man wearing a badge company at the Capitol Building on Wednesday.

“After reviewing the photo evidence, the employee was fired for some reason,” adds Navistar Direct Marketing.

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The company later said they were cooperating with the authorities. Navistar Direct Marketing also said it would not tolerate violence of any kind.

“While we support the right of all employees to exercise free speech in a peaceful and lawful manner, any employee who exhibits hazardous behavior that endangers the health and safety of others will no longer have a job opportunity with Navistar Direct Marketing,” the company added.

In addition, the company Goosehead Insurance also fired one of their employees who was involved in action the.

A spokesman for Goosehead Insurance told Daily Mail that the former employee’s actions were not represented or endorsed by Goosehead Insurance.

“He is no longer employed by Goosehead Insurance. An official statement will be released, ”said the Goosehead Insurance spokesman.

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During the riot, the police arrested 68 people. A total of four people were also reported dead.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is currently investigating the riot and has received a report on the identity of the rioters.

“If you have witnessed an unlawful act of violence, we urge you to submit any information, photos or videos that may be relevant,” wrote the FBI on Twitter.

The police then released pictures of “interested persons” they wanted to identify.

Some of those arrested were charged with violating restrictions. Meanwhile, some of them were accused of carrying firearms without permission.

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Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe said the bureau must identify, arrest and prosecute any possible persons who enter the Capitol Building as top priority.

Some of those who took part in the riot were identified by netizens.

Most of them are members of the right wing, white supremacist supporters, Neo-Nazis, and supporters of the QAnon conspiracy theory.

They come from states across the country including Arizona, Michigan, Georgia, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, and Oregon.

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One of the rioters who made it to the Capitol Building was Richard “Bigo” Barnett. The 60-year-old man bravely laid his feet on the table of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi in her office.

Another rioter identified was Tim Gionet, a well-known figure on the internet who was described by the Southern Poverty Law Center as a white nationalist.

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Gionet was involved in the Charlottesville right-wing protests in 2017.

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