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Tech CEOs Condemn ‘Unprecedented Lawlessness,’ Violence At U.S. Capitol

The world’s biggest tech leaders are speaking out against the riot and the storming of the U.S. Capitol building on Wednesday. Here’s what 13 CEOs had to say.

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CEOs Speaking Out

Wednesday’s riots in Washington D.C, which included the United States Capitol being breached during the ceremonial counting of the electoral votes, has gained the attention of business leaders around the globe, including many tech leaders who are saying their piece this week.

Executives and CEOs from some the world’s biggest tech companies took to social media platforms, such as Twitter and LinkedIn, to condemn the violence that took place in Washington D.C on Wednesday afternoon. In addition to their own sentiments, many members of the Business Roundtable, a D.C.-based nonprofit association whose members include CEOs of major U.S.-based companies, shared the association’s official statement on Wednesday’s events:

“The chaos unfolding in the nation’s capital is the result of unlawful efforts to overturn the legitimate results of a democratic election. The country deserves better. Business Roundtable calls on the President and all relevant officials to put an end to the chaos and to facilitate the peaceful transition of power,” the Business Roundtable statement read.

Here are a handful of the many tech leaders that have spoken out against the riot and the storming of the Capitol building housing Congress on Wednesday, and what they had to say.

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