As the complete militarization of our nation’s capital is underway, a new report from the Associated Press which cites a U.S. Army official and a senior U.S. intelligence official claims no plot against Vice President Joe Biden has been uncovered.
This comes after U.S. defense officials claimed they were concerned about an “insider attack” at Biden’s inauguration, prompting the FBI to investigate all of the National Guard troops in the city.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott condemned the vetting process for National Guard members deployed to D.C., calling it “the most offensive thing I’ve ever heard.”
“No one should ever question the loyalty or professionalism of the Texas National Guard.
@TexasGuard. I authorized more than 1,000 to go to DC. I’ll never do it again if they are disrespected like this,” he wrote on Twitter.
This is the most offensive thing I've ever heard.
No one should ever question the loyalty or professionalism of the Texas National Guard. @TexasGuard
I authorized more than 1,000 to go to DC.
I'll never do it again if they are disrespected like this.https://t.co/STZDMz7PGm
— Greg Abbott (@GregAbbott_TX) January 19, 2021
The AP reports that there were two guardsmen removed from an inauguration security operation in the city for having ties to “fringe right group militias.”
“The Army official and the intelligence official spoke to The Associated Press on the condition of anonymity due to Defense Department media regulations. They did not say what fringe group the Guard members belonged to or what unit they served in,” writes the publication.
For the full report, click HERE.
Double-Digit Spike in Americans Who Say Country Headed in Wrong Direction
65 percent of Americans believe the country is headed the wrong way
Since December, there has been a double-digit increase in the percentage of Americans who think the country is now headed in the wrong direction.
The poll comes after the January 6th Joint Session of Congress when many on the right were holding out hope that Vice President Mike Pence would object to electors from fraud-ridden states, opening up the possibility for President Trump to remain in office.
The USA Today/ Suffolk University poll released over the weekend found that 65 percent of Americans believe the country is headed in the wrong direction—up 16 percent since a Dec. 28th poll which found only 49 percent of respondents felt the same way.
The Daily Caller reports:
The number of Americans who said the country is headed in the right direction also fell by double-digit margins. Just 22% of respondents in January said the country is on the right track, compared to 34% who said the same in December.
Republicans were considerably more likely than Democrats to say the country is headed in the wrong direction, according to survey results. While 84% of Republican respondents said the country was on the wrong track, 52% of Democratic respondents said the same.
As conservatives continue to be silenced and canceled by Democrats and social media for expressing concerns about the integrity of the presidential election and Washington, D.C. is turned into a war zone with no explanation from our leaders, it’s no wonder so many Americans have a bleak outlook on the future.
For the full report, click HERE.
Report: On Day One, Biden to Push for Citizenship for 11 Million Illegal Immigrants
On his first day in office, Joe Biden will immediately introduce legislation offering a pathway to citizenship for 11 million illegal aliens, according to a report by the Associated Press.
The AP writes:
“If successful, the legislation would be the biggest move toward granting status to people in the country illegally since President Ronald Reagan bestowed amnesty on nearly 3 million people in 1986. Legislative efforts to overhaul immigration policy failed in 2007 and 2013.”
Ron Klain, Biden’s incoming chief of staff, confirmed that his boss would be sending an immigration bill to lawmakers “on his first day in office.”
The AP reports that immigration advocates recently received a briefing on the bill by Biden’s
deputy director for immigration on the White House Domestic Policy Council, Esther Olivarria.
“Domingo Garcia, former president of the League of Latin American Citizens, said Biden told advocates on a call Thursday that Trump’s impeachment trial in the Senate may delay consideration of the bill and that they shouldn’t count on passage within 100 days,” reports the AP.
For the full story, click HERE.