He also used the phrase in his caption:
"DO YOU UNDERSTAND NOW???!! I know the answer to that. You still don’t cause no matter what happens you still won’t be judge, looked at crazy, chained, beaten, hung, shot to death cause of the color of your skin!!!! 2 AMERIKKKAS we live in and it was at FULL CAPACITY LIVE IN DIRECT yesterday in our Nations CAPITAL AT THE CAPITAL!!"
The pro-Trump mob had gathered outside of the Capitol on Wednesday afternoon and eventually forced its way through the barricades and into the building. Members of the mob entered the legislative chambers and the offices of individual lawmakers.
Following his team's 107-105 win over the Miami Heat, Boston Celtics star Jaylen Brown contrasted how authorities dealt with the mob at the scene with how police often treat people of color:
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“In one America, you get killed by sleeping in your car, selling cigarettes or playing in your backyard. In another America, you get to storm the Capitol, and no tear gas, no massive arrests, none of that.” Jaylen Brown cites MLK’s two Americas in discussing breach of Capitol https://t.co/YnJbOxqRd8
Golden State Warriors star Draymond Green made the same point and called those in the mob "f--king terrorists" (warning: video contains profanity):
One day before the Capitol breach, James expressed his frustration after Kenosha County District Attorney Michael Graveley decided not to charge officer Rusten Sheskey in the August shooting of Jacob Blake.
"To hear what happened in Kenosha today was a blow to the gut and the heart," James told reporters.
Four people died during the course of Wednesday's Capitol invasion. One woman was shot on the Capitol grounds.
Prior to the breach, Trump told his supporters he planned to join them and "walk down to the Capitol." Trump also referred to Joe Biden's victory in the 2020 general election as an "egregious assault on our democracy," alluding to unfounded claims of fraud in the vote-tallying process.