The Secret Service has and the previous inaugural president-elect Biden, especially the boys from Bugallo, in some cases are expected to become violent after issuing an intelligence notification warning of other armed protests in Washington.
The U.S. Secret Service announcement issued on January 11 has not yet been classified, but marked as not being distributed outside of law enforcement channels. The announcement was obtained by The Daily Beast. “Daily Beast” refused to disclose the details of these gatherings to prevent the insurgents from organizing through the media.
Although the main responsibility of the Secret Service is to protect the president, the intelligence bulletin warns of demonstrations against the state capitol. This reinforces the FBI’s recent warnings about armed protests in 50 states across the United States. Yahoo News previously reported that a December 24 document from the FBI’s Minnesota field office also warned state and local authorities that during protests in Washington and other state capitols planned for later this month, Threats from right-wing extremist organizations.
A demonstration cited in the document was originally scheduled to take place before the inauguration of Boogaloos. This was the second civil war caused by the fanatic collective memetic movement. Several followers of the movement were arrested and charged in 2020. Suffered violence against “Black Lives Matter”
Although the tree of freedom claimed to be peaceful with the support of the sponsor group Boogaloo, another demonstration planned before the inauguration was aimed at spurring “armed citizens” to demonstrate force in the capital and Washington, DC.
Although the provocative social media network Parler has been de-platformed by Apple and Amazon, the Secret Service tracked a user and called for a “coming and going” rally, which refers to a relationship between Spartans and Persians. Thermopylae fight, that is, “fight and release,” never stop fighting. “Its purpose is to bring supporters to the Capitol and the White House to “physically stop theft.”
The announcement found that the strong opposition of the larger social media and web hosting companies to the January 6 riot had a devastating effect on the planning of right-wing demonstrations. However, this also limits the Secret Service’s “ability to review information to…understand the state of these events.” The Secret Service announced that users who were frustrated by the closure of Parler and the cancellation of many Twitter users’ platforms are turning to the secure messaging app Telegraph and Signal.
Although the communique regarded many demonstrations tracked by the Secret Service as typical political protests, both left and right groups protested, but some inauguration protests are expected to be violent.
A planned demonstration called the “Millions of Militia Parade” displays a logo with a logo with a crossed AR-15, an eratz military patch, and the American flag and the Gadsden flag, and is called As the “restored First Army of the American Republic.” The announcement stated that the organizers “have encouraged attendees to bring weapons to the event by using weapon images on event promotional materials. The organization claims that they will not attack, but will defend.” The District of Columbia does not respect gun permits from any other state. Certificate or permit.
However, the Secret Service believes that the event “seems to be a rough concept” and organizers tend to make remarks such as “I am the smartest person.” However, the prevalence of such positions continues, but this may give impetus to the incident itself. The organizers “encourage participants to wear costumes depicting guns and MAGA equipment”. The portrait of the event includes a picture of an AR-15 long gun with the title “To All Democrats: Enjoy Hell”.
At a press conference on Tuesday, the attorney representing the U.S. prosecutor in response to the uprising pointed out that the grand jury intends to study other charges against the January 6 rioters, including sedition and conspiracy. They participated in the riot to incitement to Republican politicians who incited the riot. A senior FBI official and Assistant Director of the Washington Field Office Steven D’Antuono said the agency is continuing to receive information to disrupt “violent activities that may occur in the future.”
Two senior officials and another law enforcement briefing obtained by “Daily Beast” showed that to ensure the safety of the inauguration, multiple agencies are responding to cases that have caused large-scale casualties or major attacks and isolated violent incidents near the Capitol. Contingency plan for incidents.
A White House official told The Daily Beast that as of Wednesday, some officials had notified President Trump of possible security threats to Biden’s inauguration. Two other sources with direct knowledge of the matter said that in private conversations in the past week, Trump continued to accept extremely incorrect conspiracy theories that anti-fascists infiltrated MAGA during the U.S. Congressional riots on January 6. The mob caused trouble. Trump also asked advisers and confidants to investigate such rumors.
The source also said that during the discussion on potential threats on the day of the inauguration, the president also proposed anti-counterfeiting and false flag theories.
A White House spokesperson did not immediately comment on the matter on Wednesday.
Congressional sources said that members of the House of Representatives will be briefed on security measures for the inauguration by the Secret Service on Wednesday afternoon. The senator also received a similar notification on Tuesday.
On Monday, House Democrats learned about the current environment of violence and threats from the right in a thought-provoking phone briefing by law enforcement officials. In that call, the authorities first outlined four different threats from extremists, including plans to avenge Ashli Babbitt’s death in the MAGA rioters who were killed by the police on January 6, lawmakers. And law enforcement officers.
When the National Guard patrolled the lobby of the Capitol on Wednesday, lawmakers admitted to being upset or at least unsure about how to keep them next week.
“I feel safe today,” Rep. Jim Clayburn (D-SC), the third Democrat in the House of Representatives, told Capitol reporters on Wednesday. “I don’t know how I feel on the 20th.”