Rebellion, Speech, and Populism: How January 6th happened?

On January 6th, thousands stormed the U.S. Capitol building in an attempt to stop the certification of the Electoral College vote. While they were not successful, the insurrectionists and their supporters believed they had American values of free speech and challenging the government on their side. Join Historians Anne Donegan and Nick Perrone, and Political Scientist Johan van Gorp as they discuss how previous rebellions were dealt with in the United States, what freedom of speech means, and how similar movements are taking place outside of the United States.