Activists Storm Idaho State Capitol
It was a loud day in downtown Boise as right-wing activist Ammon Bundy and his followers storms the Idaho State Capitol.
The special session held today had been called by Governor Brad Little in order for law makers to map out what's to come for elections that are going to be far from conventional this year. Bundy and his group of followers marched in looking to cause ruckus. His goal was achieved.
The session, which was not to be open to the public, was eventually opened up and the House Gallery was filled with folks--there wasn't distancing or a mask in sight. The session was built out to be socially distanced for the safety of legislators. At one point, the activists as a group physically charged at the guards which required further backup from the Idaho State Police. In another attempt to break into the session, glass of the house gallery doors was shattered.
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