Caller: Biden To Be Assassinated AT INAUGURATION; Trump-Supporter to be Blamed, Gives Dems All they need . . .

Caller: Biden To Be Assassinated AT INAUGURATION; Trump-Supporter to be Blamed, Gives Dems All they need . . .

A caller to a political talk show says that he thinks he has figured out the Democrat Plans: Assassinate Joe Biden at the Inauguration, while using military to keep civilians with cameras far away so no one can get evidence of WHO actually does it.

Then blame Trump supporters for what happened, use that blame to enact Martial Law, round-up all Trump-supporters, confiscate all guns, and use the sympathy of the ignorant general public to provide cover for all of it.

Listen to the actual call below:

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With an estimated 2.5 million rounds of 5.56 ammo being distributed — along with 500,000 rounds of .50 caliber for the Stryker vehicles — Washington D.C. is being prepared for a nation state-scale attack, which indicates the DoD anticipates an invasion from China or some other foreign aggressor.

Some of the units now being deployed to DC include:

56th Stryker Brigade Combat Team

229th Brigade Engineer Battalion

160th Engineer Company

261st Theater Tactical Signal Brigade

198th Expeditionary Signal Battalion

262nd Component Repair Company

177th Fighter Wing (F-16 fighter jets with air-to-air combat capabilities)

105th Airlift Wing

174th Attack Wing (drones)

166th Security Forces Squadron

The build-up of troops has expanded to 30,000, with DoD’s Chris Miller reportedly calling the governors of every state East of the Mississippi and begging for more troops.

AIR SUPPORT

The 177th Fighter Wing in New Jersey has mobilized more than 60 Airmen from across the Wing on a mission to support the D.C. National Guard in the Capitol Region, providing security, protecting National Monuments, and ensuring a peaceful transfer of power.

The short-notice New Jersey National Guard movement included New Jersey Army National Guard Soldiers from the 1-114th Infantry Regiment, B Troop from the 102nd Cavalry Regiment, and the 508th Military Company, as well as Airmen from the 108th Wing and the 177th FW, in support of this security mission.

“I would venture to say it was unprecedented,” said U.S. Air Force Col. Aaron Dunn, 177th Fighter Wing Mission Support Group commander. “We mobilized, from the time the Wing commander asked us for volunteers to them being immediately ready for mission requirements and enroute to D.C., in under 48 hrs., with a couple of the advanced operational node team members actually in D.C. in under 24 hrs.”

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