(NationalSentinel) Dozens of organizations, many claiming to be anarchists, are threatening to disrupt the swearing-in of the nation’s 45th president on January 20 in Washington, D.C., threats that are causing organizers of the event to dramatically, and uncharacteristically, beef up security.
As reported by The Washington Examiner, the added forces will include thousands of National Guard troops and “security” personnel from several surrounding jurisdictions:
Washington is beefing up security in the run up to President-elect Trump’s Jan. 20 inauguration, including the deployment of 5,000 National Guard troops downtown amid security concerns.
Mayor Muriel Bowser said despite increased security concerns, the city is prepared and ready for the event, she said Friday at a press conference with U.S. Secret Service and other security forces.
“We prepare for the biggest number possible,” Bowser said. Secret Service special agent Brian Ebert said the Washington field office is “well-prepared and ready for this inauguration.”
In addition to the 5,000 National Guard troops being deployed in the city, 3,000 security officers from multiple jurisdiction will also be on the ground, according to security officials.
There may be much more to this than meets the eye. As reported earlier this month by Bugout.news, the groups are Left-wing in nature and organizing via social media (which is being monitored by federal, state and local law enforcement, by the way):
There have been rumors and various reports claiming that a myriad of groups are planning major protests and other disruptions during President-elect Donald J. Trump’s Jan. 20 inauguration, thus denying him the same courtesies of a peaceful transition of power that were afforded his predecessors, including the country’s first black president not named Bill Clinton.
But there are other, really disturbing, reports beginning to surface that could produce very chaotic and, perhaps, deadly results.
Groups are organizing under the hashtag #disruptJ20, the site noted.Click here for reuse options!
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