U.S. Government Doesn’t Trust Our Troops, So FBI Takes Action
Our government knows that all of the unrest goes much deeper than just a surface level of anger.
American’s aren’t outraged that President Trump lost the election, they’re outraged because they believe that it was rigged and that there was massive voter fraud committed and that they’re not treating this seriously and doing just a simple investigation to guarantee the integrity of the election.
There is NO WAY that all of the things that happened on election night were kosher.
Let’s disregard some of the things that were sort of sketchy and just focus on things that we know for certain.
We know that numbers were changed, for certain.
We know that all of the battleground states suddenly stopped counting, for certain.
We know that it is a statistical improbability that with the lead that President Trump had on the night of the election that there is no way Joe Biden should have mysteriously won every one of those states after they had stopped counting.
And that’s not even all of it.
So you can expect people to be made because they feel like their voices aren’t being heard.
And just to demonstrate just how far this goes, after the attack on the Capitol a couple of weeks ago, they have now brought in tens of thousands of National Guard troops to protect the President just for his inauguration.
But even the FBI doesn’t trust the National Guard because they are vetting every single one of them to make sure that there is no risk of an attack from the inside.
According to NBC,
U.S. defense officials say they are worried about an insider attack or other threat from service members involved in securing President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration, prompting the FBI to vet all of the 25,000 National Guard troops coming into Washington for the event.
Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy told The Associated Press on Sunday that officials are conscious of the potential threat, and he warned commanders to be on the lookout for any problems within their ranks as the inauguration approaches. So far, however, he and other leaders say they have seen no evidence of any threats, and officials said the vetting hadn’t flagged any issues.
”We’re continually going through the process, and taking second, third looks at every one of the individuals assigned to this operation,” McCarthy said in an interview after he and other military leaders went through an exhaustive, three-hour security drill in preparation for Wednesday’s inauguration. He said Guard members are also getting training on how to identify potential insider threats.
About 25,000 members of the National Guard are streaming into Washington from across the country — at least two and a half times the number for previous inaugurals. And while the military routinely reviews service members for extremist connections, the FBI screening is in addition to any previous monitoring.
Here’s my question: what are they going to do for the next 4 years? Are they going to have this much security around him at all times? Anytime he goes somewhere are there going to be thousands of troops surrounding him?