Biden inauguration, military security officers suspended
They would have had ties to a radical group
The inauguration ceremony of Joe Biden as new president of United States scheduled today, Wednesday January 20, 2021, in Washington is approaching. The organization of the event required very serious measures against two members of the American National Guard who had to carry out their service to ensure the safety of those present and above all of the new tenant of the White House. As reported by the local media who cited some sources close to the national military forces, both would have too close ties to a radical and suspicious group. The exact identity of this group is not known, nor is it known in which division the military who were effectively suspended. Based on what has been learned, however, no attempt to sabotage today's ceremony has been detected. There is much fear of a possible attack from the inside or another serious threat and the fact that in the National Guard there are people like those suspended does not make you sleep peacefully. In the American capital there will be 25,000 men of this military force, an unprecedented measure that was necessary following the well-known events of last January 6, when some supporters of Donald Trump stormed the Capitol. The ceremony was set at 12:00 (Washington time).
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