Twitter blocking Trump’s account, Parler, the “new position” of Trump fans, has also been cold. The “red people” were liquidated one by one during the congressional demonstrations, and the House of Representatives announced plans to impeach Trump…
Out of enthusiasm to “turn a new chapter for America”, Biden’s inauguration was finally decided to be “America United”. However, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), between now and the inauguration of the new president, there are plans for armed protests in 50 state capitals and Washington, D.C., and a “massive rebellion” is ready to start.
The military revealed that the U.S. Department of Defense plans to deploy up to 15,000 National Guard soldiers to ensure Washington’s security during the transfer of power.
On the 11th, the inaugural committee of the President of the United States announced that the theme of Biden’s inauguration will be “American Unity”.According to the Associated Press on the 12th, the theme of Biden’s inauguration “reflects the beginning of the journey to revive the soul of the United States, unite the whole country, and create a new national journey to a brighter future.”
“This inauguration ceremony marks a new chapter for the American people,” Tony Allen, CEO of the Biden Inauguration Committee, said in a statement.
“This inauguration ceremony is a new chapter for healing ‘wounds’, united, united, united, united, united, united, united, and united,” said the United States.”
The committee also announced that the three former presidents would “reunit” at Biden’s inauguration, in line with the theme of unity. In addition to Biden himself, Vice President-elect Harris and his spouse, former President Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton and his wife will go to Arlington National Cemetery to lay a wreath on the tomb of the unknown soldiers.
This will be Biden’s first action since he took office, demonstrating the importance of bipartisan agreement at a time of national division.
The Associated Press said that “focus on unity” is a characteristic of Biden, who has repeatedly said that one of the president’s top priorities is to “unify the country”.
However, the occurrence of “invasion into Capitol Hill” clearly shows that there is a group of people in the United States who do not yearn for this “unity”, and the riot even “emboldened” some extremists.
After news of the House’s plan to impeach Trump came out, an armed group said that if Trump was really impeached, the United States would face a large-scale rebellion.
According to ABC on the 12th, according to an internal announcement by the FBI, an armed group plans to travel to Washington on January 16.
They warned that if Trump is removed before Biden’s sworn in on January 20, starting this week, at least until the day of the president’s inauguration, there may be “armed protests” and “massive rebellions” in 50 states and capital Washington, D.C., the United States.Investigators believe that some of them are members of certain extremist groups.
Before Parler, a niche social media platform known as Trump fans’ “old nest”, was removed from the shelves, a poster circulated on the platform.
The poster called on supporters to march to Capitol Hill and all state capitols for armed protests on January 17, with the words “When democracy is destroyed, refuse silence” in the middle.
It is worth mentioning that the topic #boogaloo# in the poster contains implications for the Bugalo movement, which advocates the “Second American Civil War”.
The House will consider the impeachment resolution at 9 a.m. ET on the 13th, CNN reported. After Trump showed “no regret” to the congressional riots, on the evening of the 12th, several House Republicans announced their support for the impeachment of Trump.
Some party sources said that the number of supporters is expected to be as high as 10 or even more than 20, and that the number is likely to rise. Democrats, on the other hand, almost unanimously agreed that Trump should be “removed and impeached”.
CNN said that Trump’s “becoming the first president in history to be impeached twice” is almost a foregone conclusion.
In the face of the possible “insurrection” that will follow, Daniel Hokanson, director of the National Guard of the U.S. Department of Defense, said on the 11th: “We will closely observe the whole country, ensure our supervision, and ensure that the National Guard of each of our states is in conjunction with the local Law enforcement agencies work closely to provide any support needed.” The Department of Defense plans to deploy up to 15,000 National Guard soldiers to meet the security needs of the capital Washington during the transfer of power, Hokansen said.
According to U.S. Secretary of the Army Ryan McCarthy, 6,200 National Guard soldiers had been deployed in the Capitol Hill area as of the 10th.
The National Park Service announced on the 11th that they would close the public access to the Washington Monument until the 24th for the safety of the inauguration ceremony.
According to CNN on the 12th, Washington Mayor Muriel Bowser urged Americans to avoid the city during Biden’s inauguration.