As a result of the protests and storming of the US Capitol on Wednesday, the Ray Horner Morning Show called on a slew of professionals to share their expertise on what happened, how it happened, what happens next, and how something like this can be prevented in the future. SACS Consulting & Investigative Service’s TIm Dimoff gave the angle on security failures
Dr. David Beer, professor of political science at Malone University, looked at the political ramifications of what occurred, and if there will be a chance of unity anytime soon.
Dean Carro is the president of the Akron Bar Association, and he is also an attorney with extensive knowledge of the constitution. Can and will Congress try to remove President Trump from office via use of the 25th amendment?
Akron mayor Dan Horrigan not only shared his thoughts on the Capitol storming, but Ohio Governor Mike DeWine’s recent Stand Your Ground legislation.
CBS News law enforcement analyst Paul Viollis discusses the failures of the Capitol Police and who should be held accountable.
Kent State University’s Dr. Mark Cassell was on the ground in Washington DC and he set the scene for those who only saw the actions on TV.
Ohio congressman Tim Ryan was also in DC yesterday, and he did not mince words in calling for either President Trump’s impeachment or removal from office via the 25th amendment.
Former University of Akron interim president Dr. John Green, who is also with the Bliss Institute, talked about how dangerous the president’s rhetoric over the last four years culminated in the Capitol Hill protests.