Two US veterans organizations have announced their intent to strip the membership of those found involved in last week’s storming of the Capitol.

The move comes as multiple active and former US service personnel were found to have been a part of the pro-Trump mob that attacked the Capitol on January 6 when the counting of Electoral College votes for the presidential election was taking place.

What ensued was a violent confrontation between the group and security forces protecting the building, leaving five people dead, including a police officer.


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