Last Friday, based on the Daily Beast, Alexander posted a video on Twitter saying: “I didn’t incite anything. I didn’t do anything.” But within the lead as much as the rally, Alexander had not solely referred to as for a march on the Capitol however hinted that it may get violent.
At one rally in mid-December in Arizona, he told the crowd, “One of our organizers in one state said, ‘We’re nice patriots, we don’t throw bricks.’ I leaned over and I said, ‘Not yet. Not yet!’ Haven’t you read about a little tar-and-feathering? Those were second-degree burns!”
Alexander additionally mentioned: “We’re going to convince them to not certify the vote on January 6 by marching hundreds of thousands, if not millions of patriots, to sit their butts in D.C. and close that city down, right? And if we have to explore options after that … ‘yet.’ Yet!”
And in an online video before the rally, he mentioned, “I was the person who came up with the Jan. 6 idea” together with three different members of Congress. He additionally promised to assist discover lodge rooms for anybody attending the protest if the lodge they’d reserved quickly closed down.
Asked for remark about being banned by Facebook and Instagram, Alexander mentioned he has “tens of thousands of threats against my life and safety by Democrat activists and Antifa.” He insisted that the violent demonstrations on the Capitol had been fully separate from the occasion he had organized, warned tech firms that his motion might be hijacked by “bad actors and dark elements” with him off their platforms, and mentioned he’d testify earlier than lawmakers.
“I eagerly look forward to speaking to Congress and testifying about the events that led to and happened on January 6th,” Alexander mentioned.
“I battle for civil rights. I imagine this election was stolen.