On January 6, a mob of violent Trump supporters forced their way into the Capitol Building.
Many have suggested that the violence was not down to President Donald Trump's supporters. These claims are baseless. The mob that stormed the Capitol included members of the Proud Boys (a far-right and all-male group who support Trump) and many adherents of the QAnon (a baseless, far-right conspiracy theory that supports Trump), and other white supremacists.
Indeed, on January 13, Trump was impeached for inciting violence—specifically for incitement of insurrection. This is because, on January 6, Trump addressed the crowds of his supporters in Washington D.C., saying "'if you don't fight like hell you're not going to have a country anymore" and "we will never give up. We will never concede. It doesn't happen" — yet again repeating his meritless accusations about voter fraud.