Armed supporters of President Trump descended on state capitals nationwide on Sunday as members of the anti-government Boogaloo Boys brandished semi-automatic weapons near the Michigan State Capitol while Washington, DC, was turned into a fortress.
The nation's capital looks like a military zone with National Guard and local police setting up checkpoints and a huge perimeter outside the US Capitol building just 10 days after it was stormed by MAGA rioters.
Despite the heavy military presence, a 22-year-old Virginia man was arrested for possession of three high capacity magazines, 37 rounds of unregistered ammunition, and a Glock gun near the US Capitol on Sunday while a Connecticut woman was detained for impersonating a police officer as the nation's capital remains on high alert in the days leading up to Wednesday's inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden.
Meanwhile, Starbucks has shut down all of its New York City locations on Sunday - reportedly for fear of protests - while security was beefed up around State Capitols nationwide.
National Guard members receive guns and ammunition outside the United States Capitol building ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration on Wednesday. Police in Washington, DC, arrested a man early on Sunday morning for illegal possession of a firearm. On Saturday, a Connecticut woman was arrested for impersonating a police officer
Members of the armed anti-government 'Boogaloo Bois' militia are seen above outside the Michigan State Capitol in Lansing, Michigan, on Sunday
Police in riot gear monitor activity outside the Pennsylvania Capitol Building in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, on Sunday
A member of the Boogaloo Boys is seen above near the statehouse in Salem, Oregon, on Sunday
Armed protesters are seen above outside the Utah State Capitol building in Salt Lake City, Utah, on Sunday