It has been a year since our nation's Capitol was invaded by people trying to stop the certification of the Electoral College votes.
To those who still support the insurrectionists, who stormed the Capitol screaming they had the right to be there because it's their house, please remember it’s my house, too. When you come into my house and break things, you're telling me you have the right to tear down my house.
Whatever right you have to be in the house, your right to be there isn't greater than my right to be there.
You and I, and our neighbors — yours and mine together — get to choose who speaks for each of us in the house.
From time to time, the number of neighbors each of us has chosen to speak for us will change, but the fact that the number of neighbors we choose changes from time to time doesn't mean either one of us has the right to tear down the house.
At the end of the day, we must respect that the house is ours and we must live in it together.