Some people who stormed the Capitol in Washington, DC are now being arrested or pursued for police questioning—and often by their own hand. Quite a few rioters used the chaos as an opportunity to take photos and snap selfies of themselves flaunting government property, sitting on furniture, or causing damage to the building.

Two of the biggest examples of “they’re not laughing now” from the riots are Adam Christian Johnson and Jake Angeli. Johnson, who was captured grinning while walking off with the Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi’s, lectern, was later apprehended in Florida while Angeli, who walked around shirtless with a horned buffalo getup, was reportedly not eating while in custody because he didn’t have access to organic food.

It appears that the FBI is pursuing punishment against everyone involved in the riots and the Bureau is aggressively taking in any and all information that they can pertaining to the riots. Including dating apps.

Authorities are determined to punish everyone involved in the Capitol riots and are taking in any and all information they can find

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Which dating apps are apparently full of

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So women are matching with the rioters online just to get them to confess and then turn them in

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After the insurrection, Bumble previously said that it had begun taking action against profiles promoting involvement in the riots.

“Bumble prohibits content that encourages any illegal activity. We have taken action on accounts that have violated this policy and we are monitoring activity and will remove any users that have been confirmed as participants in the attack of the US Capitol,” the dating app said in response to a concern shared on Twitter about a rioter bragging about the engagement on his Bumble profile in an interview with Bloomberg.

“We’ve always prohibited content that encourages any illegal activity including terrorism. We’ve taken action on any profiles that violate this policy and will continue to remove anyone who’s been confirmed as a participant in the attack of the US Capitol,” the company said.

But on Thursday, users began noticing that the dating app had removed its political filter, fueling accusations against Bumble that it had done so to “protect insurrectionists”.

“We’ve temporarily removed our politics filter to prevent misuse,” the company responded. “However, please rest assured that we prohibit any content that promotes terrorism or racial hatred, and we’ve already removed any users that have been confirmed as participants in the attack of the US Capitol.”

Eventually, this has led Bumble to remove the political filter on its app

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