I believe Oralloy is talking about the attendees at the Capital approached about 120,00 people. Of that, only about 1200 actually entered the building.
Most of the ones who did not enter the building were certainly peaceful. But so were most of the ones who did enter.
The protester was not armed at the time of the shooting. Having said that, gaining entry into a secured area is not a "peaceful" action. It was an attempt at Breaking & Entering, a criminal act.
"Criminal" and "violent" are two different terms. They are not synonyms.
It is possible for an act to be criminal but not violent.
It is possible for an act to be violent but not criminal.
It is possible for an act to be both or neither.
Oralloy may be correct in saying it was "mostly" a peaceful gathering. What he is not saying is the amount of people who were not peaceful
I called from the start for people who assaulted police officers to be prosecuted for it.
Progressives only started calling for that after they perceived that they could gain a political advantage from doing so.
Attempting and succeeding in the delay of an Official proceeding should be of the utmost importance.
Peaceful protest is part of democracy. Progressive yearning for tyranny is out of place in America.
Trump's knowledge and planning such an elaborate scheme to deviate from that has yet to be determined.
There was no elaborate scheme.
Again, the Capital Police deserve recognition for their efforts to support our Rule of Law concerning our government. To detract from that is shameful at best.
If the police do not wish to be condemned for gunning down peaceful protesters, then they should stop gunning down peaceful protesters.
Let's not continue a discussion from Oralloy to be the worst as it was that day.
Was that supposed to be two different sentences?
At any rate, you are welcome to stop challenging the facts that I post.
Challenging facts is ultimately a futile endeavor for the left anyway. Facts always win in the end.