What does support blue mean? Or red, white and blue? If people claim to support Blue or believe in our democracy, it is imperative that they watch the testimony and body camera footage of the Capitol and Washington Metropolitan Police officers who testified before the House’s bipartisan special committee. investigating the January 6 attack on the Capitol. It is also imperative that Americans learn the truth about what happened before, during and after this attack.
Metropolitan Police Officers Daniel Hodges and Michael Fanone, and Capitol Police Officer Harry Dunn and Sgt. Aquilino Gonell, who testified on July 27, gave moving and compelling accounts of the attack on January 6. To support the blue, we need to understand what these officers faced to protect the symbol of American democracy.
Hodges relived the trauma he suffered as viewers watched video of him being crushed in a doorway. Hodges called the rioters “terrorists”. They could be heard calling him and other officers “traitors.” Hodges quoted one who yelled at him, “You will die on your knees.” “
Hodges added: âThe man in front of me grabbed my staff which I still had in my hands, and in my current condition, I couldn’t keep my gun. He hit me on the head and face with it, breaking my lip and adding further wounds to my scalp. â¦ A man tried to sing a song of âFour years older. Another shouted, ‘Don’t attack us. We are not Black Lives Matter.