The Wisconsin Assembly has condemned political violence by a unanimous vote. A resolution to that effect was approved Thursday, the day after mobs of people stormed the U-S Capitol building. Assembly Resolution 4 says political violence in any form “should never be tolerated.” Assembly Speaker Robin Vos called the violence in the nation’s capital “disgusting,” saying that’s the only word that came to mind. Vos says he still has concerns about the way the November election was conducted. The Republican leader also condemned the violence in Kenosha last summer after the police shooting of Jacob Blake.