Scenes of protesters invading the Capitol building will have convinced Trump that there's unfinished business in Washington.
Yesterday's scenes of Trump supporters occupying the Capitol building are the inevitable consequences of a massive injustice perpetrated on the American people. They saw, with their own eyes, the election stolen from them. Video evidence on social media, technical evidence on voter machines, scientific evidence in the data were all there for everyone to see. The ridiculing of Trump and his supporters will only have convinced them of the perpetrator guilt. This was, possibly, the biggest crime perpetrated on the American people in its entire history.
The mainstream media have all rushed to call Trump supporters thick, violent, racists one last time, but outside the metropolitan bubble of leftists masquerading as journalists, the mood is very different. Some 73 million people know that the election was stolen, yesterday's Capitol invasion the predictable consequence of that. The US has built in to its very Constitution the right of its citizens to protest. The second amendment, the right to bear arms, was not, as so many now believe, for self defence. It was specifically created as a safeguard against tyranny of government. Thomas Jefferson said "The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government." US has a long history of fighting against governments with no representation. Rather than being surprised, the media should have seen this as inevitable.
The media have stated the Capitol invasion means Donald Trump would not run in 2024 as they'd feared. WRONG. Let's face it, all of the msm's reporting on Trump has been wishful thinking. He doesn't play by the normal rules. This incident, rather than ending Trump's political career, will have only hardened his resolve to get back into the White House. There's unfinished business.