Trump told Antifa responsible
On Sunday morning (according to Indian time), President Donald Trump tweeted and blamed the left-wing Antifa faction for the confrontation. Antifa, an anti-fascist group, is a group of left-leaning youth and militant youth, which Trump has been targeting before. Trump said that dirty people from Antifa tried to attack people at a rally of Trump supporters. People gave a befitting reply, so Antifa waited till night. When 99 percent of the people had left, they attacked the 'Maga' supporters.
Trump supporters accuse – election results rigged
The Trump supporters named their rally a million 'Maga' march. Maga is a shortened version of Trump's slogan – “Mac America Great Again”. The rally was shown live in the US media. Media reports said that thousands of people from right and right wing groups attended the rally. The rally was in support of Trump's claim that Trump won the presidential election, but rigged the Democratic Party, calling Biden a winner.
Republican leaders also attended the rally
Anti-Trump protesters gathered in another part of the city of Washington. He tried to go to the hotel where Trump supporters were staying. The policemen pushed them back from there. The groups that participated in the Trump supporter rally included the right-wing groups such as the Proud Boys, Three Percenters, Oath Keepers. Also included were people associated with certain groups that spread conspiracy theory. Apart from this, members and leaders of the Republican Party also joined in large numbers. The permission of the police was taken by its organizers for the rally.
Trump's caravan passed through rally
Trump said in a tweet on Friday that he too could come to the rally. When the rally started on Saturday, his caravan passed through the rally. During that time, the people involved in the rally raised loud slogans in his favor. According to CNN news, the police also arrested some people, but how many people were caught, the police did not tell.
Militants got a chance
According to Oren Sigal, vice-president of the Center for Extremism (Center for Insurgency Studies) in the think-tank Anti-Defamation League, a large number of people came to the rally to show their support for Trump, but it also allowed militants to come to the mainstream to mingle. Got a chance He has said that in the coming time, the dividing line between the general Conservative and Republican supporters and the militants may become bleak.
Republican supporters accuse, snatches electoral victory
Analysts say the sentiment is spreading among Republican supporters that someone has stolen his election victory. The US may have to bear the brunt of the outrage spreading from it. At the moment, Trump is taking no hesitation in spreading such sentiment, while 306 members of Joe Biden Electoral College have clearly won the presidential election.