I don't know enough about the incident to have a decent nuonced opinion. Terrorism is bad, and we should do all we can to reduce terrorism and make it unnecessary. That seems to be the big split between left and right wing in attitudes about this, the right wing are against all terrorism unless it's their own side doing it, (see the multiple CIA coups around the world) and the left wing concentrate on reducing the need for terrorism, but when it does happen, they can sometimes be a bit too understanding of the small scale stuff, which winds up the right wingers. I'm probably more in the second camp then the first, I don't at all agree with it obviously, but whilst it exists the better option is to systemically see why it's happening and remove those reasons. Ive seen it work in Ireland, but that was a reasonably simple situation. If we apply that to the states, what was the reason for the attempted insurrection? Was it that people feel angry about their social economic postition, and trump used that to get elected the first time, the second time he lost, and people who had attached their entire self worth to being "trump voters" felt disenfranchised. If the country wants to heal, republicans need to acknowledge the Joe won, fox news etc needs to be better regulated, and people need to feel like they have a stake in the country. The UK is about two to three years behind the US with this, the economic fall out from the pandemic will again fall on the poor and middle classes, and people are getting more and more right wing with it, once the country opens up again, it's going to be a powder keg.