Capitol

Extremism and Antisemitism at the U.S. Capitol

ADL has been monitoring extremist rhetoric surrounding the violence that erupted Wednesday at the U.S. Capitol. We have published a number of pieces about ongoing displays of antisemitism, right-wing extremism and the mainstreaming of hate.

Statements:

ADL Calls on U.S. Justice Department to Investigate Gab for Criminal Liability in Capitol Attack

ADL Calls for President Trump to be Removed From Office

ADL Statement on Violence at the U.S. Capitol Building

Webinars, Video & Media:

ADL's Responses and Resources Following the Attack on the U.S. Capitol

ADL Report:

American Attitudes toward Extremist Threats: A Survey Following the Events at the U.S. Capitol

Blog Posts:

2020 Richmond Lobby Day: Blueprint for a Violent Year

Far-Right Extremists Memorialize "Martyr" Ashli Babbitt

How Platforms Can Stem Abuses of Livestreaming After the Storming of the Capitol

Furious Extremists Call for More Violence Around Inauguration Day

Extremism and Political Violence in America: Current Landscape, Future Outlook

Parler Users Prepare for Site Shutdown with Conspiracy Theories, Threats

Tech Companies Still Supporting Hate

Extremists React to Pro-Trump Siege on Capitol

Antisemites Implicate Jews, Zionists in DC Violence

ADL Calls on Twitter to Suspend Accounts Supporting QAnon

Extremists Engage in Political Violence in Pro-Trump Rallies

The Storming of the Capitol Was Predictable

Extremists and Mainstream Trump Supporters Plan to Protest Congressional Certification of Biden’s Victory

ADL Statement on Violence at the U.S. Capitol Building

Education Resources:

The Dangers of Disinformation

Discussing Political Violence and Extremism with Young People