Four officers involved in protecting the Capitol during the storm later committed suicide. On October 31, 2021, a comprehensive and detailed account of the events before, during and after the attack was published by The Washington Post. Firth, Paul, Four Minutes to Hell: The Story of the Bradford City Fire. While the original plan for the rally was for people to stay on The Ellipse until the election rolls were counted, the White House told them to march to the Capitol, as Trump said repeatedly during his speech. The Washington Post wrote that videos and messages revealed previous connections between Alexander and the three members of Congress. According to Alexander, “It was to build momentum and pressure and, on the very day, change the hearts and minds of those members of Congress who hadn't made a decision yet or who saw everyone outside and said, 'I can't handle the other side of that crowd."' His comments gained more attention after the events of January 6, leading Biggs to respond with a statement denying any relationship with Alexander.
Since July 27, 2021, a committee has been investigating the events of January 6, in particular Trump's role in them. In late 2020 and early 2021, Kremer hosted and spoke at a series of events across the country as part of a bus tour to boost attendance at the January 6 March for Trump rally and support Trump's efforts to reverse the election result. On January 1, 2021, they were licensed with an estimated attendance of 5,000 for a First Amendment rally March for Trump. The Save America March and rally that preceded the Capitol riots were initially organized by Women for America First, chaired by Women for Trump co-founder Amy Kremer. On February 13, 2021, 57 out of 100 senators found Trump guilty of incitement to riot. In February 1998, Gullit was suddenly sacked after a violent clash with owner Ken Bates while Chelsea were 2nd in the standings. Alexander was close to longtime Trump aide Roger Stone, with whom he spoke about "logistics" and rally organizers' "belligerents" leading up to Jan. 6. Alexander gave the January 6 Committee all of his communications with Stone from the day of the attack.
The attack on Congress, unique in US history, was labeled domestic terrorism by law enforcement agencies such as the FBI and judged by many political observers to be an attempted coup. For several weeks before the event, there were more than a million mentions of the storming of the capitol on social media, including calls for violence against Congress, Pence and the police. At around 5:40 p.m. (EST), police declared the building complex safe again. Many of the posters planned for pre-event violence; some discussed how to avoid police on the streets, what tools to bring to break down doors, and how to smuggle guns into the city. In attendance were Trump, Vice President Pence, Republican Representatives Jody Hice (Georgia), Jim Jordan (Ohio), and Andy Biggs (Arizona), Representative Elect Marjorie Taylor Greene (Georgia), and members of Trump's legal team. Ali Alexander, a right-wing political activist who helped organize the rally and expressed support for the storming as "entirely peaceful," said in December Republican Representatives Paul Gosar (Arizona), Andy Biggs and Mo Brooks were involved in the planning of 'something big'. Five people died shortly before, during, or after the storming of the Capitol, with one person being shot and killed by a Capitol Police officer while trying to break into the Capitol's conference room.
On January 6, 2021, the ceremonial affair was scheduled to confirm the winner of the electoral college vote at a joint session of Congress. Trump repeated the call to Pence during his rally speech on the morning of Jan. 6. This happened on March 18, 2022 during the draw for the quarter-finals and semi-finals. Trump discussed the speaker lineup and the music to be played at the event. Women for America First invited its supporters to join a caravan of vehicles that would drive to the event. We are the four guys who came up with an event on January 6," he said. 6 January. Be there, will be wild! On December 18, four days after the Electoral College voted, Trump called on his supporters to attend a meeting before the Congressional vote count on January 6 to continue his fight against the validity of several states' election results.