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John Legend Expresses His Frustration After Pro-Trump Supporters Attempt To Storm The Capitol

John Legend Expresses His Frustration After Pro-Trump Supporters Attempt To Storm The Capitol

Singer and Songwriter John Legend put out his thoughts about the final events that emerged after the Georgia elections and claimed that demonstrators who attempted to storm the Capitol building in Washington, DC, were not patriots on his Twitter account.

After the voting was over for the election in Georgia that would determine which party would control the US Senate, Democrat candidates Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff won the elections.

Raphael Warnock became the first Black senator in Georgia’s history, and while this result pleased many Americans, pro-Trump rioters weren’t and they barged into the Capitol after President Donald Trump encouraged them to protest the results.

While a curfew was declared in Washington due to the events that happened after this group entered the building, it was learned that the number of those who lost their lives increased to 4. Immediately after, the celebrities who witnessed these terrible events began to raise their voices on social media.

On Wednesday, John Legend expressed how frustrated he was after what had happened in the Capitol on Twitter and he described it as a narcissist mess of a president.

The singer blamed Trump supporters for supporting him despite the fact that he has shown who he was all along and he also accused the rioters as the complicits in the attempted destruction of the country.

Here’s the tweet:

“Anyone who voted for this tragic shitty narcissist mess of a president bears responsibility for this debacle today. He has shown you exactly who he was all along.

You still supported him. You are complicit in the attempted destruction of the country. You are not a patriot.”

Check out the tweet below.

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