Professor Mason said he worried that more violence and attacks on elected leaders and the state capitol could occur, saying that the country could have a period of trouble, like the conflict in Northern Ireland in which communal violence left the region for 30 years Kept unstable.
In interviews with Mr. Trump’s more ardent supporters, people expressed a pattern of lies and apprehensions about the upcoming Biden administration. As incidents like the riot have moved forward, conspiracy theories are explaining them. They have blossomed into the exhausted monotony of coronovirus lockdown.
Theda Kasner, 83, is a retired medical worker from Marshfield, Viz, who originally interviewed for the New York Times. Voting story Prior to the election, has been in an RV park in Veslaco, Texas, since December, near the border with Mexico. She, along with her husband, is spending the winter for the sun and nearby beaches. But the coronovirus is rolling through, and this week, their RV park went on lockdown.
“I told my husband today, I said ‘I’m going crazy,” she said. “We are practically present in our units.”
She is spending a lot of time in her motor home reading books and watching videos. Mr. Trump’s hilarious, emotional music and footage shows a crowd of his supporters, with one voice talking about a sinister confrontation. It ended with the Lord’s Prayer and the date shining on the screen on January 20, 2021. Another, 48 minutes long, was that of Jovan Hutton Pulitzer, an inventor who testified before the Senate of Georgia about electoral fraud. She and her husband watch Newsmax TV, a right-wing network, in the evening.
When asked about the violence that occurred during the riot, Ms. Kasner reiterated the general conspiracy theory that Antifa had infiltrated the crowd. These days, she is finding herself increasingly entangled in a sea of information, this is very wrong.