Fear of armed protests on Biden’s swearing-in ceremony


In view of the threat posed by the inauguration of the newly elected president, it has been decided to increase the number of National Guards to maintain law and order in the capital on January 20. According to the Pentagon, 15,000 guards are deployed to the local police on the day of the swearing-in ceremony. Despite the tense situation, Joe Biden says he is not afraid to take the oath in the open.

Democrats, furious after the Capitol Hill attack, are ready for impeachment after a possible failure to use the 25th Amendment. An impeachment motion is likely to be filed tomorrow, the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has warned. There is a risk of armed protests in all 50 US states, including Washington, during Biden’s inauguration.

The idea that the success of the day, Biden called the meeting to verify the Congress were also observed in the United States and was angry protesters 4 killed in violence to storm parliament and arrested several protesters tha.pulys went. Two bombs were also recovered from Republican and Democratic National Committee headquarters, which were defused.

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