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Posted: January 14, 2021
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Eyewitness Reports: President Trump Again Urges No Violence by Americans While Capital Has Armed Guards


Jason Miller, a senior advisor for President Donald J. Trump, posted a press statement by Trump. Because BIG tech has suppressed Trump and censored him, his statement for calm and peace had to be read on the floor of Congress by a US representative under threat of his Democrat peers not to support the President in any way while they are impeaching him for the second time.


In light of reports of more demonstrations, I urge that there must be no violence, no lawbreaking, no vandalism of any kind. That is not what I stand for, and it is not what America stands for.  I call on all  Americans to help ease tensions and help calm tempers. Thank you.”




There were reports of uprisings from independent media:




One Citizen Journalist posted photos of armed guards around the Capitol:


“I’m very confused here. As a guardsman or any service member for that matter, can you help to explain this? Empty mag wells and what appears may be empty magazines altogether. What would be the point of this other than for the show? Anyone with firearms training knows that if there was a real threat that loading a magazine and charging the firearm is already wasting WAY too much time. I’m just not understanding why you would do this unless simply trying to instill fear,” he wrote.




Video shows a heightened military presence:






And one full week before the inauguration, they have put up parade flags, according to our local Citizen Journalist:




US Representative Jim Jordan read the statement on the floor of Congress during a day full of impeachment discussion:






KTUV reported:


Trump’s statement came as the House debated whether to impeach the president for a second time following the pro-Trump mob that stormed the Capitol building as Congress tallied Electoral College votes confirming Biden’s win.


A Capitol police officer died from injuries suffered in the riot, and police shot and killed a woman during the siege. Three other people died in what authorities said were medical emergencies.


Thousands of National Guard members have been deployed to Washington, D.C.


House members for the first time were also required to go through a metal detector before being allowed to enter the chamber, something that will stay in effect every day the House is in session for the foreseeable future, according to a directive by Timothy Blodgett, the acting House sergeant-at-arms.


Blodgett replaced the longtime sergeant-at-arms who resigned after widespread criticism about poor security planning for the Jan. 6 certification vote.


 


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