The FBI continues to seek the help of citizens through social media to identify the people involved in the invasion that took place last Wednesday in the Capitol. A mob stormed the US Capitol as Congress was in the building to certify Joe Biden as the next US president. Donald Trump has been claiming for months that the 2020 election was rigged.
The FBI office in Washington and the DC Police Department posted photos of dozens of suspects on Twitter.
The FBI has received more than 40.000 reports from citizens since seeking public help last week, NBC reported Monday, and so far at least 87 arrests have been made. Five people lost her life them as result of disaster on Wednesday.
Following the incident, Twitter and Facebook also blocked Trump's accounts, with Twitter saying that tweets risked further violence. Social media has been heavily criticized for leaving Trump out of control for so long. lies and conspiracy theories. The former first lady Michelle Obama asks social media to block Trump forever. Trump also seems to be declaring that he will not attend his inauguration Joe Biden which will take place on January 20.