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WaPo: Majority of Capitol riot defendants have history of financial troubles

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WaPo: Majority of Capitol riot defendants have history of financial troubles

WaPo: Majority of Capitol riot defendants have history of financial troubles

The Washington Post reports that nearly 60 percent of the people facing charges related to the Capitol riot have been found to have prior money troubles.

CNN’s Michael Smerconish asks Harvard professor Pippa Norris if that statistic is relevant or just a distraction.


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