A week of fire is announced for the Americans. Democrat Joseph Biden’s upcoming inauguration of US President rekindles the spirits. And it could be left with serious incidents.
U.S. security services have warned Congress that thousands of Donald Trump extremist supporters intend to attack the Capitol, the Supreme Court and the White House in the context of the inauguration of the new president, Joseph Biden, according to sources quoted by The Hill.
The information was confirmed by Democratic Congressman Conor Lamb.
“There is talk of about 4,000 armed ‘patriots’ who want to surround the Capitol and prevent the entry of any democratic politician. They have rules of operation, meaning they know when to use weapons or not. It is an organized group that has a plan. They want to do these things because in their minds it is that they are patriots, they are talking about the events of 1776, it would be a competition of wills. We do not negotiate or talk to these people. They need to be investigated and they need to be stopped. Unfortunately, the president is also involved, so he must be indicted and removed from office, “Conor Lamb, a member of the House of Representatives, told CNN.
Amid warnings, Sen. Chuck Schumer, the leader of the Senate Democratic Group, has asked the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to stop all Donald Trump sympathizers identified as participating in the Jan. 6 protests from boarding commercial planes to come to Washington. Associated Press and Axios.com.
According to sources quoted by the AP agency, between January 16-20, armed individuals could organize protests in Washington and in the institutions of all American states.
The warnings come as Donald Trump supporters stormed Congress on January 6. The violence resulted in five deaths and dozens of injuries.
The US Department of Defense has approved the transfer of 15,000 members of the National Guard to Washington to assist law enforcement before and during the inauguration of the new president, Joseph Biden.
U.S. President Donald Trump said Tuesday, in the context in which the House of Representatives initiated the impeachment proceedings, that his statements before the violence at the Capitol were correct.
“My speech and every word in every paragraph, every sentence was analyzed, and everyone thinks it was totally appropriate,” Donald Trump said. The incumbent president appeared to blame the Capitol violence on politicians who made comments in the summer of 2020 during anti-racism protests. “This is the real problem,” Donald Trump said.
Democratic leaders in the House of Representatives formally tabled a draft resolution on Monday to indict President Donald Trump for dismissal, with the White House leader accused of “inciting insurrection” after violence at the Capitol
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