U.S. lawyer held a stream during the Capitol assault and lost his job

U.S. lawyer held a stream during the Capitol assault and lost his job

American lawyer Paul Davis streamed live during the Capitol assault and lost his job. An employee of a Texas insurance company came to a Republican rally wearing a cap that read “Make America Great Again.”

During the broadcast, the man complained that he had been hit in the face with tear gas. He also talked about the demands of the protesters. According to him, everyone wants civil servants to “audit the election, check the vote-counting machines, examine the ballots themselves.” He then said that the protesters were trying to enter the Capitol building and showed himself in front of the protesters and police officers. A short time later, the company’s Twitter account reported that Davis was no longer with their company.

Meanwhile, Donald Trump addressed Americans in a video message via Twitter. He criticized the attack on the Capitol and said he was outraged by the violence, lawlessness and nightmare and threatened retaliation against those who broke the law.