Paul Rosenzweig, is the Resident Senior Fellow for Cybersecurity and Emerging Threats at The R Street Institute, a teacher at George Washington University School of Law, and he manages a cybersecurity firm called Red Branch Consulting. He says the most surprising thing about the Capitol riot was the failure of government to be responsive and prepared for the level & degree of violence. But he outlines four reasons why it happened. He also said his GWU colleague, Jonathan Turley, is biased and should not be taken seriously.
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