Law enforcement experts break down response to Capitol Hill insurrection | Nightline

Former DHS counterterrorism coordinator John Cohen, Anti-Defamation League CEO Jonathan Greenblatt and former FBI Agent Brad Garrett discuss authorities’ response to a violent mob.



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49 thoughts on “Law enforcement experts break down response to Capitol Hill insurrection | Nightline

  1. Like Pearl Harbor, like 9/11, now this on Capitol Hill Jan. 6, 2021. We were unprepared, but there were obvious warnings all over the place. People died! It was an inside job. Check the senators & Congress reps, check there computers & cells. Trump to blame, but it took a team, to let this happen. Shame on everyone

  2. The FBI has done a lot work on this case and 80% of the Insurrectionist inside and Outside the White House have already been identified. It's just a matter of time before the FBI shows up at their homes and charges them with "Domestic terrorism." There were 5 White Supremacist Groups in attendance, and we know them all. They traced their flights, FB accounts, Instagram. They made "America's Most Wanted."

  3. Are the TRUMP family, Rudy, Hawley and Cruz going to be charged with the MURDER of the police officer or at the very least as an accessory to MURDER????

  4. Where was the law enforcement expert when the left was looting and burning cities in the summer peaceful protest

  5. I wonder at what point the MSM will start calling what happened and the participants by the correct terms. Here ABC News, let me help you out:


    transitive verb To provoke and urge on: synonym: provoke.

    To move to action; stir up; instigate; spur on.

    Synonyms Impel, Induce, etc. (see actuate), stimulate, urge on, rouse, fire, provoke, excite, encourage, animate, set on, drive, persuade. See list under impel.


    n. The act or an instance of open revolt against civil authority or a constituted government.

    n. A rising up; uprising.

    n. The act of rising against civil authority or governmental restraint; specifically, the armed resistance of a number of persons to the power of the state; incipient or limited rebellion.


    n. Conduct or language inciting rebellion against the authority of a state.

    n. Insurrection; rebellion.

    n. A factious commotion in a state; the stirring up of such a commotion; incitement of discontent against government and disturbance of public tranquility, as by inflammatory speeches or writings, or acts or language tending to breach of public order: as, to stir up a sedition; a speech or pamphlet, abounding in sedition


    n. The use of violence or the threat of violence, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political goals.

    n. Resort to terrorizing methods as a means of coercion, or the state of fear and submission produced by the prevalence of such methods.

    n. The act of terrorizing, or state of being terrorized; a mode of government by terror or intimidation.

    Please show me the "protest" you and the other MSM outlets continue to refer to because I missed it.

    You're supposedly journalists. Be journalists.

  6. Sad seeing all the competent and knowledgeable people from President Obama's old team having to sit down and analyze Trump and his team's incompetence and failure. Just a reminder of when we had a president who placed his oath of office far above his personal interests.

  7. Law enforcement were hesitant to uphold their duty simple because the rioters were not minorities. Their hesitancy made the rioters even more emboldened and even some were even sympathetic to their cause.

  8. Better double check the whole place under things closets tunnels and beyond to make sure nobody is hiding out there to assassinate Biden/ Harris…

  9. Please understand this isn't over. Twitter has described an additional attack on the Capital sometime between January 17th-20th. Between first day of new congress and inauguration. Please don't go to inauguration.

  10. Agree with most of posts…though q'n about arrests misses the fact that it's hard to arrest and maintain detention in the middle of a fluid, chaotic riot. Most riots actually have very few arrests early in. Only six in NYC Tompkins Square riot in 1988.

    also, at 2:27 or so, ADL chief says this is first act of domestic terrorism at Capitol. Not so…just a couple: 1954 Puerto Rican independistas shot up the house chamber from the gallery; and c. 1970, the Weathermen and Yippies exploded a bomb in a Senate bathroom.

  11. 1 Trump failed to allow the National guard to come, until 2 hours later. (Even though local officials wanted them to come, they can't without the approval of the President)
    2 Video of cops removing barricades to let them through.
    3 Lack of man power after they underestimated the protestors true intentions.

  12. DC police didn't have enough man power. and Trump blocked deploying National guards. they focused on escort and protect VIPs(representatives, reporters and the Vice president), and it worked. otherwise cops could've been murdered by mobs along with VIPs. though their failure to protect capital building was inexcusable.

  13. You know all my life i hear white people say pull your self up n work hard and everyone gets the same shake oh yea stop crying we all get treated the same. These white people hide behind these words as if they are true. This lets me know all that is crap. If u are white things come much easier to you n if u r black u have to work ×10 as hard and there is a possibility u still wont achieve. Slow down on that white flavored kool aide

  14. And how many were arrested? How many abused like we saw this summer when black Americans were asking not to be murdered by police…. wth. Why? Why are they treated differently?????

  15. Seriously? Where’s the question here? Are Americans having trouble recognizing systemic racism because it’s so squarely positioned right in front of your damn faces?!! Stop ACTING ignorant and start doing something about it!!

  16. The cops let them in! Get Real. The media is either too lazy to investigate or they just dont want to admit it b/c it doesnt go with their narrative.

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