FBI Warns Against Armed Protests Next Week

(AmericanPoliticalDaily)- The FBI has warned of plans of protests at every single state capital in the country as well as Washington, D.C., when Joe Biden is inaugurated on January 20. It follows the Capitol Hill protest that was ruined by a small contingent of people who chose to storm the Capitol Building and engage in violence and destruction.

Protests across the country are reportedly expected to break out as millions of Americans express their desire for full transparency over the 2020 presidential election, which evidence shows was wrought with fraud and misconduct.

The Associated Press reported how an internal FBI bulletin warned that the nationwide protests could start later this week and go on until the January 20th inauguration date. Two law enforcement details who saw the memo relayed to the information to The Associated Press.

Investigators have also claimed that some extremist groups are believed to be involved with the planned protests.

“Armed protests are being planned at all state capitols from 16 January through at least 20 January, and at the U.S. Capitol from 17 January through 20 January,” the internal bulletin reportedly said.

Officials who revealed the information, however, only spoke on condition of anonymity.

According to The Associated Press, another bulletin was also issued by the FBI to all law enforcement operations nationally, warning on December 29 of the potential for armed protesters targeting legislatures and government officials.

In a statement, the FBI revealed that they were maintaining support for state and federal law enforcement officials during this period of unrest.

“While our standard practice is to not comment on specific intelligence products, the FBI is supporting our state, local, and federal law enforcement partners with maintaining public safety in the communities we serve,” the FBI said in a public statement.

“Our efforts are focused on identifying, investigating, and disrupting individuals that are inciting violence and engaging in criminal activity,” the statement continued.

The National Guard is also reportedly planning for widespread protests against the inauguration of Joe Biden. The chief of the National Guard Bureau, Army Gen. Daniel Hokanson, told the press on Monday that the National Guard was prepared.

“We’re keeping a look across the entire country to make sure that we’re monitoring, and that our Guards in every state are in close coordination with their local law enforcement agencies to provide any support requested,” Hokanson said.

Should violent protests occur, however, it will not be at the call of President Donald Trump.

Despite media claims otherwise, prompted by far-left Democratic lawmakers and activists, the president has repeatedly called for any protests to be peaceful.

In a series of Twitter posts, which were deleted when Twitter permanently suspended his account, the president reminded his followers that the Republican Party supports law enforcement and peaceful protest only.