The National Guard Bureau Bring in up to 15,000 Guard members To Prevent Protests During Biden's Inauguration
To date, the National Guard Bureau has recruited more than 6,000 National Guard fighters to Washington, DC to quell possible grievances from supporters of the losing candidate.
NEW - Military movement in front of the U.S. Capitol.pic.twitter.com/mAxybACHE1— Disclose.tv ???? (@disclosetv) January 11, 2021
It is reported that 4,000 more soldiers will arrive at the inauguration site on Saturday. According to Army Gen. Daniel Hokanson, chief of the National Guard Bureau, the total number of National Guardsmen can be up to 15 thousand people.
.@ChiefNGB, Senior Enlisted Advisor Tony Whitehead, Command Sgt. Maj. John Sampa, and Chief Master Sgt. Maurice Williams visited troops on duty on Capitol Hill and staged at the D.C. Armory last night. (2/2) pic.twitter.com/hor8YslWJp— National Guard (@USNationalGuard) January 9, 2021
At the moment, already deployed soldiers are being trained and equipped for a possible confrontation with those who are unhappy with the victory of President Joe Biden.
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