Trump supporters protest against Georgia's recount results November 22, 11:30
Many supporters of President Trump gathered in front of the state government's office to protest that Georgia, which became a fierce battle state in the U.S. presidential election, officially recognized the victory of Mr. Biden of the Democratic Party as a result of recounting. Did.
In the U.S. presidential election, Georgia's votes were recounted because the difference between the two candidates was small, and the state government officially confirmed on the 20th that Democratic Party Mr. Biden had won. did.
In response, many supporters of President Trump gathered in front of the Georgia government building in the capital city of Atlanta on the 21st, waving the president's flag and raising a sign saying "Don't steal elections." And protested the state government.
On the other hand, in front of the government building, those who oppose President Trump also form a line with a shield and say, "Protect democracy" and "Don't forgive fascists," and insist that the president should accept the result. was doing.
Both supporters and opponents of President Trump were often seen armed with automatic rifles, and local police were able to prevent the clash by falling between the two groups.
In Georgia, the elections of the Senate of the Parliament, which took place at the same time as the presidential election, did not determine the winners, and the final vote will be held in January next year.
The result of the final vote has also attracted national attention as it will also determine the majority party in the Senate.
A man who supports President Trump told NHK, "I see how many people have waved and supported President Trump, and I think he won the election. The election was clearly stolen. It's a mess. "
On the other hand, an opposition woman said, "I came to show that there are citizens who do not support President Trump and are fighting to prevent the government from being hijacked by right-wing thinkers." It was.