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VideoThe clothing and symbols that Capitol rioters wore reveal a deeper story about possible future threats
We combed through hours of video footage and hundreds of social media accounts to identify the symbols that Trump supporters displayed at the Capitol on January 6. Among them were an OK hand gesture hijacked to read "WP" for white power, a neo-Nazi tattoo, and a Camp Auschwitz sweatshirt. Some people promoted the views of conspiracy groups and white supremacists, while others protested election fraud. These beliefs are often fueled by President Donald Trump's rhetoric and continue to pose a threat to American democracy.
An officer who was photographed wearing a MAGA hat during the Capitol riots said the cap was part of a plan to enter the building and rescue other officers.