US Capitol Troubles Lead to Steve Kerr’s Indictment of Republican Leaders: ‘You Reap What You Sow’

Golden State Warriors Coach Steve Kerr summoned several Republican leaders on Wednesday after Trump supporters stormed the US Capitol, claiming: „You reap what you sow.“

Kerr spoke to the media at a pre-match press conference before the Warriors took over Los Angeles Clippers He addressed several Republican senators by name, apparently blaming them for instigating today’s protests by questioning the legality of the election results.

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„I wish people like Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and Josh Hawley would have to do the media before they meet in Congress,“ he said, via San Francisco gate. “It would be nice if they would answer the question,“ Are you happy now? Do you keep re-streaking? Does this change anything? Will you continue to be empowering? „

Kerr, a vocal critic of Trump who has openly endorsed the Black Lives Matter movement NBA In an effort to highlight it, he told reporters that the persistent behavior of some in Washington has allowed events like Wednesday to become normal.

„If we empower the people in power to lie, you will suddenly find millions of people questioning elections that were approved in every state,“ he said.

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“We had seven or eight million other people who voted for them [Joe] Biden from [Donald] Trump card. Every country ratified these results. Every judicial appeal was dismissed. All of a sudden, legitimate elections are being questioned by millions of people, including many who lead our country in government, because over the past few years we have decided to allow lying. this is us. You reap what you sow. „

„This is who we are. You reap what you sow.“

– Steve Kerr, coach of the Golden State Warriors

President Trump Spread In a statement released Thursday morning pledging an „orderly transition“ later this month after Congress approved the Electoral College vote that gave Biden the presidency.

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„Although I completely disagree with the election result, and the facts confirm this, there will be an orderly transition on January 20,“ the statement said. „I’ve always said that we will continue our fight to ensure that only legal votes are counted. While this marks the end of the greatest first term in presidential history, it is only the beginning of our battle to make America great again!“

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Trump came under fire from both sides on Wednesday for failing to openly condemn the protests.

Fox News’ Evie Fordham contributed to this report.

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