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All 50 state capitols on red alert as Boogaloo Boys claim they 'will continue' their armed rally in DC on Sunday despite 25,000 National Guard troops guarding the Capitol

Boogaloo Boys 'will continue' their armed rally in DC on Sunday despite 15,000 National

  • Anti-government movement the Boogaloo Boys is reported to be continuing with plans for an armed rally in D.C. and at all 50 state capitols this Sunday
  • The group is continuing with the event despite patrols from thousands of National Guard troops now taking over the streets in D.C.
  • At least 7,000 troops are already in D.C. with 25,000 expected to arrive in total ahead of Biden's inauguration
  • Officials have installed a security apparatus around the complex where the inauguration is to take place 
  • Texas, Kentucky and Virginia have all closed their state capitols amid threats of violence
  • At least 10 states have already called in their National Guard in preparation, as the FBI warned of armed protests fuelled by supporters of Trump who believe his false claims of electoral fraud
  • Officials are hoping to avoid the violence of the pro-Trump riot on the U.S. Capitol on January 6
  • Boogaloo Boys has said they are working with law enforcement yet encouraged participants in its posts to  'come armed at your personal discretion' for the January 17 ralliesAUSTIN, TEXAS: Texas Dept. of Public Safety riot police stand guard at the Texas Capitol in Austin

Fringe website associated with the anti-government movement continue to encourage members to come armed at their 'personal discretion'

It comes amid fears of further violence following the January 6 riot on the U.S. captiol by a pro-Trump mob that lead to the five deaths, with ten states deploying their National Guard to deal with the potential threat.

Texas, Kentucky and Virginia have all closed their state captiols after intelligance warned of a threat from 'violent extremists'.

D.C. has called in 25,000 National Guard troops to guard the streets in and around the Capitol in the days leading up to the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden on January 20. They are being joined by patrols by the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Police Department, the Capitol Police and law enforcement from cities around the country.

There are at least 7,000 troops from dozens of states already on the ground in the nation's capital with more to arrive in the coming days.

Officials have installed a massive security apparatus around the complex where the inauguration is to take place.

The FBI has also warned police agencies of possible armed protests at all 50 state capitols starting January 16 through January 20, fuelled by supporters of Trump who believe his false claims of electoral fraud.

Michigan, Virginia, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Washington are among the states that have activated their National Guards to strengthen security.

D.C: The National Guard secure the area near the Capitol for possible protest ahead of Joe Biden's inauguration

D.C.: Unprecedented armed security at the nation's capital ahead of President Biden's Inauguration

AUSTIN, TEXAS: Texas Dept. of Public Safety riot police stand guard at the Texas Capitol in Austin

AUSTIN, TEXAS: Texas Dept. of Public Safety riot police stand guard at the Texas Capitol in Austin

SALEM, OREGON: Workers cover ground floor windows with plywood at the state Capitol building

SALEM, OREGON: Workers cover ground floor windows with plywood at the state Capitol building

MADISON, WISCONSIN: Workers set up a vehicle barricade on the E. Washington Ave. side of the Wisconsin Capitol

MADISON, WISCONSIN: Workers set up a vehicle barricade on the E. Washington Ave. side of the Wisconsin Capitol

D.C: A member of the National Guard stands at a road block in D.C. on Saturday morning

D.C: A member of the National Guard stands at a road block in D.C. on Saturday morning

D.C.:  Secret Service guarded the U.S. Capitol on Saturday ahead of a potential armed rally on Sunday

D.C.:  Secret Service guarded the U.S. Capitol on Saturday ahead of a potential armed rally on Sunday

D.C.: Police officers and National Guard troops behind a security fence at the US Capitol on Saturday
D.C.: Police officers and National Guard troops behind a security fence at the US Capitol on Saturday

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