US bracing for riots ahead of Biden inauguration

Security is ramping up around the United States, ahead of the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden.

In four days time, the democratic leader will be sworn in as President of the United States, bringing an end to the Donald Trump reign.

But following one of the most turbulent riots in the nation’s history recently, security is being bolstered in Washington.


It’s understood the FBI is warning of increased riot activity right across the United States, with the National Guard deployed to every capital city.

Streets and bridges are being barricaded off across Washington, to try and avoid any sort of repeat of what happened at Capitol Hill on January 7.

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Overnight, it’s understood a man from Virginia attempted to gain access to the capital with fake credentials.

Police then searched his vehicle, where they alleged uncovered a hand gun and 500 rounds of ammo.

He’s since been arrested, but investigations are continuing.

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