T’was the night before the inauguration, and all through the Capitol, troops were quartered, and deputized as U.S. Marshals … for some reason. Weird world continues the march of weirdness that we left with at the end of 2020.
Following the the events on Jan 6, the media immediately began the narrative campaign in which “armed insurrectionists” (there were no armed insurrectionists) stormed the capital. The orange madman had riled up his supporters so much that went to the Capitol building.
Then, the angry Trump supporters, chanting “Hang Mike Pence!”, out for blood and insurrection nearly pulled off the greatest orchestrated threat on the United States by … committing trespassing misdemeanors. These same wild individuals, hell bent on ruining the United States system of government and way of life …. politely moved across the street when the National Guard troops pushed those peacefully assembled off the Captiol grounds. Then the blood thirsty monsters, most of them, did the unthinkable; they went home, peacefully.
The useful idiots in the commie news media and Big Tech would have you believe that these people who went to Washington are dangerous “white nationalists“, though they never tell you what that means (hint: it doesn’t mean what you think).
According to the talking heads, Biden won, there was no widespread voter fraud. Social Media has thoroughly de-platformed the sitting President of the United States, ending the Trump’s dangerous internet campaign of insurrection. All should be well, right?
Wrong! Trump and his band of insurrectionists who go home at dark are still a problem. They’re so much a problem that there are 30,000 National Guard troops quartered all over Washington D.C.
But why, if no one is coming. Unless …
Joe Biden has been promoting history’s most underwhelming inauguration ceremony since before the election. In preparation for the events of tomorrow, event organizers have placed more than 200,000 tiny American flags at the event.
Meanwhile, the DOD has been performing additional screening of the troops in DC to ensure that they are loyal to the institution of Washington D.C.
Additionally, 2000 guard members have been deputized as U.S. Marshals.
Things are weird all over
The FCC issued a reminder recently that the law prohibits “communications intended to facilitate a criminal act” or “messages encoded for the purpose of obscuring their meaning.”
Away from Washington, teachers in the more liberal centers of America are being told that they are not to show tomorrow’s inauguration live.
A lot can happen in a day
If the events of the end of 2020 have taught us anything, it is that a lot can happen in a day’s time. With less than 12 hours until the Inauguration, tomorrow is sure to be an interesting day.