FBI Warns Of Inauguration Uprising

    WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 15: The west front of the U.S. Capitol is decorated during the dress rehearsal for the Inauguration, Sunday, Jan. 14, 2017 in front of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, DC. The nation will swear in its 45th President Donald J. Trump on January 20. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

    FBI notes obtained by mainstream media platforms have warned of “a huge uprising” being planned. Groups are calling to storm state, local, and federal courthouses in the event that President Trump is removed from office prior to Inauguration Day. The FBI also received information that an identified armed group is intending to travel to Washington, DC on January 16.

    Law enforcement agencies have reported that armed protests are expected to “mimic” the Capitol riots and potentially attack government buildings nationwide. While Democratic lawmakers have pushed forward with trying to invoke the 25th amendment that would push President Trump out of office.

    Republican Rep. Alex Mooney argued that House Speaker Pelosi cannot attempt to adopt this resolution without any debate on the House floor. He attempted to block House Democrats looking to impeach the President through the 25th amendment.

    “It is wrong to have sent members of Congress home and then try to adopt without any debate a precedent-setting resolution that could imperil our Republic. The U.S. House must never adopt a resolution that demands the removal of a duly elected president, without any hearings, debate or recorded votes,” Mooney said.

    Former FBI Deputy Assistant Director Danny Coulson suggested moving President-elect Biden’s Inauguration indoors and called for heightened security measures. He even suggested hosting it in an enclosed sports stadium where you can control everything from drones to access within the arena. Secret Service is planning on beginning security operations six days before the Inauguration, Jan. 13.

    House Democrats and left-leaning politicians have called for President Trump to resign immediately or face impeachment since the incident that happened at the Capitol building. Several conservative voices, such as political commentator Glenn Beck, highlighted the hypocrisy over how Democrats treated the break-in at the Capitol building last week and how they treated the riots last summer.

    “The Left and media ignored Antifa all summer, but it took them all of two minutes to call the Capitol breach a riot and insurrection. I for one still believe the rule of law must be applied EQUALLY,” Beck tweeted.

    He said America crossed into a very different world after the Capitol riots and that conservatives must do what they can to stand up against the radical left while preventing repeats of Wednesday’s chaos at the Capitol. He suggested focusing on community and state while worrying a lot less about what’s happening in Washington, DC.

    Conservatives aren’t worried about electing someone who will solve all of their problems. Conservatives are worried about electing someone who will stop how they live their life.