Cleaning the air. David Sutcliffe rejected any involvement in the violent march on the U.S. Capitol, opposing President Donald Trump‘s loss to President-elect Joe Biden in the 2020 election.
” There are reports circulating that I ‘stormed the capital’,” Sutcliffe, 51, tweeted on Saturday, January 16, after some fans speculated that he was on-site during the occasion that led to 5 deaths earlier this month. “Not true.”
The Gilmore Girls alum, who played Lorelai’s ( Lauren Graham) ex and Rory’s ( Alexis Bledel) father, likewise retweeted a video of among the participants cigarette smoking weed in the Washington D.C. federal government building, apparently showing his support of the men and females who broke doors and windows to access the building where members of the House and Senate were meeting.
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