The chaos within the United States is far from over. After the Capitol Hill incident that shocked the world, mysterious groups are planning a larger “armed storm” that swept the United States to prevent Trump from being removed.
According to CNN on the 12th, an internal announcement of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) warned that from this week to the day of the inauguration of the President of the United States, “armed protests” may break out in all 50 states and the capital of Washington, D.C.
“The armed protests are scheduled to take place in the Capitol from January 16 to 20; the armed protests are scheduled to take place at the U.S. Capitol from January 17 to 20.” The announcement shows.
According to the report, the FBI received a threat message from a group on the 8th.
The group said they would “attack” into courthouses and administrative buildings of state, local and federal governments in the United States if President Trump is removed from office before inauguration day.
The group has claimed that they plan to “shock” Washington, D.C. and government offices in every state in the United States on the day of the president’s inauguration day, whether or not these offices have certified the Electoral College votes for Biden or Trump.
They hinted that if Congress passed the 25th amendment to the Constitution to remove Trump, there would be a large-scale “insurgency”.
ABC reported that the group planning to “rebellion” was an “armed group”, while Business Insider hinted that the group was a supporter of Trump.
Business Insider quoted a statement from Twitter, saying that the current news about the “armed protest” operation has quickly spread among Twitter.
After the Capitol Hill riots, political tensions in the United States are rising sharply. Meanwhile, U.S. President Trump faced impeachment in the House of Representatives again in the last days of his term.
According to the U.S. media, the first charge of impeaching Trump is “inciting riots”.
On the 10th of this month, House Speaker Pelosi asked Vice President Pence to use the 25th Amendment to the Constitution to remove President Trump.
If Pence refuses, the House of Representatives will move forward the impeachment process. On the 11th, Democratic lawmakers have officially submitted an impeachment bill to the House of Representatives.
The alarm sounded and the United States strengthened security precautions.
As the news of “armed protests” came out, government agencies across the United States were strengthening security precautions.
Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad Wolf announced on Monday (11) that he had instructed the U.S. Secret Service to launch the “Special National Security” of the presidential inauguration ceremony ahead of this month in view of the events of the past week and the evolving security situation before the presidential inauguration ceremony.
“Event” action. This operation was originally scheduled to start on the 19th of this month.
However, Wolf resigned on Monday as the main figure in the coordination of security in the United States. CNN said that this made the security preparations in the United States more complicated.
The U.S. Department of Defense revealed Monday that it expects to review the troops to be deployed at Biden’s inauguration ahead of time to ensure that they are not linked to domestic terrorists.
The head of the National Guard said that by January 16, at least 10,000 to 15,000 security personnel will be sent to Washington, D.C., to provide more security for the inauguration ceremony.
However, Trump, who repeatedly incited demonstrations, now seems to be be turning his back on his supporters.
According to a report by National Public Radio (NPR) on the 11th, White House sources showed that Trump announced on the same day that there was an emergency in Washington, D.C., due to matters related to the 59th presidential inauguration.
Trump ordered federal aid to support the District’s response from January 11 to January 24, 2021.