Retired pastor Kevin Horton of Missoula attended the Trump rally on January 6 in Washington, D.C. along with hundreds of thousands of others to express his concern over issues from the Presidential election.
Horton said the event started off as he joined with the massive crowds that had descended on Washington, D.C.
“It started out at nine o’clock with prayer with the whole crowd,” said Horton. “We’re talking about a million people, or surely at least 500,000 people reciting the Lord’s Prayer. I mean, this was a very nice, a beautiful time, especially me as a as a former pastor. I just felt like wow, this is really cool that we’re honoring God in what we’re doing, and so that was great.”
After walking for a great distance, Horton said he and a large crowd of others made the turn towards the U.S. Capitol building, and that is where the marked changes began.
“Somebody’s whipping up the crowd and he said the Capitol has been breached, the Capital has been breached,” he said. “Let’s go! So we continue to walk there and all of a sudden we heard boom, boom, and saying ‘what is that sound like cannons?’ and it