This phrase is a trademark of Donald Trump. “You’re fired”, he threw his teammates countless times on his TV show “The Apprentice”. After attacking Capitol, now his most loyal fans hear a sentence like this – from their bosses.
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The news channel CNN reports about the first Capital Strikers Dismissed or lost their job. They were part of a mob of hundreds of Trump supporters who forcibly stormed a parliament building in the US capital, Washington, on Wednesday. At that point, Democrat Joe Biden’s victory over Trump must be confirmed in Congress.
More and more people are being identified from the mob in photos and social media posts. Navistar, a direct marketing company in the state of Maryland, has announced that it has laid off one of its employees after taking a photo of his company ID around his neck through a broken-open Capitol building.
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Trump has long opposed official condemnation of the riots. 24 hours after the attack on the parliament building, he criticized the attack on the parliament and read from the paper. He announced the criminal consequences for the rioters, They are constantly referred to as “wonderful followers”.
Trump supporter Paul Davis has also lost his job. Texas-based Goosehead Insurance announced on Twitter: “Paul Davis, the Associate General Council, will no longer be hired by Goosehead.” It is not yet clear whether the lawyer will voluntarily leave the company or leave.
“We are all trying to go to the Capitol to prevent this,” Davis said in social media videos in the wake of Trump’s lie that the election was rigged. In other videos on Facebook, I would like to prove that Davis justified himself as just being quiet.
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Social media posts have also removed Rick Sacco’s performance. He had posted pictures on Facebook and then she showed him in the middle of the crowd, which would then attack Capitol. You can also see him in the deleted video. In the clip he sees Congress: “We are trying to drive out all the bad guys out there.” They would have betrayed the president. “We will evict them from their offices.”
Saccoon is an honorary professor at St. Vincent’s College in Pennsylvania, USA, and later began an internal investigation into the incidents. But the university no longer has to wait for results. His spokesman told CNN: “As a result of this investigation, Dr. Saccoon immediately implemented his resignation letter, which we accepted. He will no longer be associated with St. Vincent’s College in any capacity. “