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  • law enforcement officials across the country prepared for potentially violent protests by Trump supporters on Sunday ahead of President elect Joe Biden's inauguration later this week.

  • Security officials identified Sunday as the first possible major flashpoint is that is when the anti government Boogaloo movement made plans toe hold rallies in all 50 states.

  • Capitals in battleground states where Trump has directed his baseless claims of voter fraud were on especially high alert, including Michigan, where a small group of armed protesters gathered outside the state's capital.

  • In Lansing, Boogaloo boy Duncan Limp said he believed November's election was fraudulent, but he had not come on Sunday to start a fight.

  • No, the idea of today we've been playing in this rally since long before the sixth, long before the six, the six changed everything for us.

  • It made us really worried about coming out here.

  • Obviously you see the fences.

  • They were really worried.

  • The FBI stopped by my work three days ago to talk to me about coming out here and it changed a lot.

  • We were coming out here for unity, trying to get Antifa proud boys blm the militias altogether just have a conversation way, don't have to fight.

  • Every time we come out, we could just talk.

  • 22 year old Timothy Teagan is also a member of the Boogaloo movement.

  • I believe we haven't had a fair election in a very long time.

  • It's not just this one.

  • It was last election election before that.

  • We haven't had a fair election since.

  • We have allowed lobbyist fundings into our politics.

  • We haven't had a fair election since.

  • Corporations have decided to make wills for us other than politicians representing the people.

  • More than a dozen states have activated National Guard troops to help secure their capital buildings following an FBI warning of the potential for future violence leading up to the inauguration on Wednesday, with some right wing extremists emboldened by the deadly attack on the U.

  • S Capitol in Washington on January 6th.

  • But some militia members said they would not attend a long planned pro gun demonstration in Virginia on Monday, and other militias and extremist groups have told followers to stay home this weekend, citing the increased security where the risk that the planned events were law enforcement traps.

  • The leader of the Pennsylvania light foot militia said his group had no plans this weekend to be in Harrisburg, where the capital has been fortified with barricades and will be protected by hundreds of members of its National Guard.

law enforcement officials across the country prepared for potentially violent protests by Trump supporters on Sunday ahead of President elect Joe Biden's inauguration later this week.

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