Trump -supporting rioters dragged a police officer down the Capitol stairs and one of them beat the officer with a flag pole, a shocking video from the storming of the Capitol shows. As one member of the mob grabbed the officer by his helmet and started dragging him down the stairs, others started beating and kicking the unnamed officer, one of the rioters used a flag pole flying the American flag to repeatedly pummel the officer on the ground. The video quickly went viral after having been aired on CNN on Sunday, closing in on 2 million views on Monday morning. The officer in the video has not been identified, The Washington Post reported. One officer died and over 50 were injured as the Capitol police were overrun by rioters on Wednesday. One rioter died after being shot in the neck by police in the Capitol, three others died after medical emergencies.
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