Trump Supporters Plan to Storm the Capitol again March 14th?

by James DiGeorgia | 02/18/2021 1:21 PM
Trump Supporters Plan to Storm the Capitol again March 14th?

Supporters of former President Donald Trump are allegedly planning a second attack on the U.S. Capitol on 4 March, according to Adam Smith (D-WA), the chairman of the House Armed Services Committee.


Even after the horrific events of January 6, 2021, in Washington D.C., the conspiracy theories and Donald J. Trump’s “Big Lie” continue to resonate with people on the fringe. So much so that Adam Smith (D-WA) the chairman of the House Armed Services Committee told defense officials on Wednesday that QAnon conspiracy theorists and Trump supporters are actively considering another siege on the United States Capitol March 4, 2021 according to a report by CNN.

QAnon conspiracists according to Congressman Smith are borrowing claims made by the extremist sovereign citizens’ movement who believe that Donald J. Trump return a the President of the United States on March 4, 2021 the day inaugurations used to take place before 1933.

Of course, there’s no truth to this conspiracist’s theory that re-establish March 4th as inauguration day. Among the other conspiracies being offered by QAnon, followers are claiming to include…

  • No president has been legitimate since the 16th amendment was passed in 1871 under Ulysses S. Grant.
  • The United States remains on the gold standard despite the fact that Franklin D. Roosevelt ended the gold standard in 1933.

Congressman Smith told defense officials that while…

 “Stuff like that circulates all the time, does it mean it’s going to happen, probably not.”

“They are thinking maybe we should gather again and storm the Capitol on March 4, which is circulating online”.

Smith also suggested…

 “But if you want to help, tell them not to do that, tell them that the election is over. Joe Biden won.”

Julian Feeld, the producer of the QAnon Anonymous podcast that debunks QAnon theories, told CNN last Wednesday that concerns about QAnon and Trump supporters planning another attack on March 4 have been circulating for weeks…

“I think there is obviously different beliefs about what will happen on that day, but I think many people are expecting a ceremony, and that ceremony might be accompanied in their mind by what QAnon believers call ‘the storm.”

“That would be the rounding up, or military tribunals, you know for leading Democrats and some celebrities they believe, falsely, to be part of this secret pedophile cabal. So essentially, people are still in this belief that Trump will come back and will become the president again.”

The meeting between Congressional lawmakers and defense officials comes after the Pentagon and U.S. Capitol Police were both criticized for their response to the 6 January attack on Congress, which left at least five people dead.

Robert Salesses, the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Homeland Defense and Global Security says that as many as 5,000 members of the National Guard will remain stationed in Washington DC until mid-March, amid concerns surrounding QAnon and this threat of a new attempt to storm the capital on March 4, 2021.

A Pentagon official quoted by CNN also added on Wednesday that they are working with the U.S. Capitol Police — who requested the 5,000 troops — and others to determine “the right level of security.”

Salesses was quoted by CNN saying…

“We work very closely with the FBI, Secret Service, and others and the Capitol Police to try to determine what they believe that threat is and then looking at what they believe is the need for the National Guard.”

According to CNN, Congressman Salesses said there was “no specific, credible threat to the homeland at this time,” but that the situation should continue to be monitored.


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