FBI warned that armed protesters could attack 50 states in U.S. next week


Tensions rise across the country over the swearing-in ceremony of future US President Joe Biden. He will be sworn in as President of the United States on January 20, 2021. Earlier, the FBI warned that armed protesters could attack 50 states, including Washington, on the day of the event. It has been decided to deploy 15,000 National Guard troops in Washington for fear of another attack.

The US administration has imposed a ban on tourists until January 24. The administration does not want to take any risks on the day of the swearing-in ceremony to avoid any unpleasant situation. According to National Guard sources, Washington will be kept under security cordon from January 17 to January 20.

The Head of the National Guard, Daniel Hawkinson, said 10,000 troops would be sent by next Saturday. They will be tasked with overseeing security, transportation and communications. More troops will be sent later.

The swearing-in ceremony and whose safety is so much the rage in the whole of Washington, But Joe Biden is completely careless about this whole situation. Rather, he said, “I’m not afraid to take the oath in front of the Capitol building.” Traditionally, the swearing in ceremony of the new president is held on the grounds of the Capitol Building.

Thousands of Donald Trump supporters stormed the Capitol building on January 8. There is a storm of condemnation all over the world. Demands for action against Trump have already been raised. Preparations for his impeachment have begun. Detectives have speculated that the move could make Trump supporters more angry. They can plan another attack. The FBI warned the US administration.