Yesterday violent right-wing terrorists invaded the US Capitol following a pro-Trump protest that everyone on the planet – except, oddly, everyone involved in law enforcement – knew would escalate to dangerous levels, leading to a day the United States never will and should never live and, according to Pitchfork, there were a few familiar faces in the crowd outside the White House, most notably Ariel Pink and John Maus.The two appeared in a photo by Washington D filmmaker Alex Lee MoyerC.and got Pink to tweet that he was there to “peacefully show [his] support for the president” and that he “went back to the hotel and took a nap” before all the riot started. That’s cool, isn’t it? He was just there to express how much he likes the idiotic despot who infuriated protesters in the first place and who has spent the last four years convincing people that he is universally loved and that the only possible one Explanation for everything that happened to him is a big conspiracy by Antifa super-soldiers who (despite the name) are the real fascists So if “I just went to the peaceful White House rally” is supposed to be a defense, damn it stupid

As for Maus, his explanation is a little harder to analyze.He posted a link on Twitter to a 1937 religious article denouncing the idolization of certain people or governments, which appears to be against Trump, but other than that He didn’t offer any clarification as to what the hell that means, as our friends at Jezebel pointed out, he was one of the musicians involved in Adult Swim’s short-lived alt-right sketch show Million Dollar Extreme Presents: World Peace and refused apparently, considering the possibility that the people he’d worked with were anything but “nice.” After all, as he told Noisey in 2017, they didn’t burn the cross or do something like that again: damn stupid

That brings us to Alex Lee Moyer, who emailed Pitchfork to say that she was there because she “felt obliged to record what happened. To date, Moyer was probably best known for TFW No GF, a personable documentary about Incel, which enabled angry white guys on the internet to finally tell their side of the story. In a post on her now private Instagram, Moyer shared the photo with Pink and Mouse along with the caption: “The day we almost died but had a great time instead. “A great time! Nice for her. One might hypothetically ask how one could almost die if one were only at the” peaceful “rally in the White House and not the siege of the Senate chambers, but what Whatever the point, she had a great time after consulting our handy “Explanations from People Who Rioted” table – let’s see oh yes, damn stupid

Ariel Pink

World News – USA – Ariel Pink was at the White House rally to support Trump