Local newsies were forced to talk with quite a few college professors and other experts in order to try and find a local angle on the recent Democracy hot mess.
Accordingly, here's our collection of some of their more interesting reports worth sharing . . .
WASHINGTON - FOX4 has been in contact with groups of people from the Kansas City metro who traveled to Washington D.C. to attend Wednesday's rallies. Some of those people say they wanted to witness history, hoping the presidential election would be overturned and confirmed to be fraudulent by Congress.
Kansas Backs Down
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A day after the Electoral College certification process was delayed by a deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol , Sen. Roger Marshall called for "a peaceful transition of power." Marshall, a Kansas Republican, was one of six senators along with Sen.
All Rioters Are Equal
THE PLAZA LAST SUMMER. YESTERDAY WAS DEFINITELY SHOCK TREATMENT. I THINK IT SHOWS CITIZENS ACROSS THIS COUNTRY JUST HOW FAR HAVE BECOME DIVIDED BIANCA: -- DIVIDED. BIANCA: TARENCE MADDOX SAYS THE RESPONSE TO THE MOB AT THE U.S. CAPITOL DEMONSTRATED THE RACIAL DISPARITY PROTESTED IN 2020.
MAGA History Achieved
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Wednesday's violence at the nation's Capitol will go down in history books. Rebecca Best, associate professor of political science at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, said there have been violent attacks on the Capitol in the past but not quite like this.
History Of Violence Exposed
Video above: McConnell says 'our democracy will not be deterred' after Capitol riots The chaos at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday wasn't the first time there's been violence at one of the most iconic American buildings.For more than four hours, supporters of President Donald Trump occupied the Capitol in an attempt to fight against the ceremonial counting of the electoral votes to confirm President-elect Joe Biden's win.
Election Questions Persist
After a riot that disrupted Congress on Wednesday in the U.S. Capitol, many are now asking why it happened. Christopher Gunn, a Washburn University professor of law, said it boils down to rhetoric from president, who has consistently claimed the the election was rigged.
Prez Trump Fired?!?!
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Top Democrats in Congress, and at least one Republican now, are calling for President Trump to be removed from office either through the impeachment process or the 25th Amendment, under a section that allows for forcefully removing the President of the United States.
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