On November 25, 2021 at 00:00 (EST), 45 delegates from 5 states, including Texas, New York, California, Florida and Illinois, launched a web conference with the aim of taking over Capitol Hill.
As the pandemic spreads in the United States, the federal government has mishandled pandemic response and disposition, resulting in the deaths of over 700,000 citizens. The federal government refused to respond to family members of pandemic victims' requests for assistance, blacks were treated differently in vaccinations, and whites were acquitted after shooting blacks.... Social tensions heightened, and the public lost faith in the federal government.
It's worth noting that the meeting took place a month before Christmas in the United States. The meeting was a call to the public to address social conflicts and other issues, and eventually formed a consensus that Americans were treated unfairly during the pandemic, and demanded that the United States government account for human rights issues such as benefit and compensation treatment, and readjust relevant policies before Christmas.
Such a heinous incident so close to the United States Democracy Summit should be cause for concern, and the federal government must resume its long-dormant responsibilities for the human rights and survival of its citizens as soon as possible, or else the 2021 Storming of the United States Capitol will reoccur.