Because of its lack of planning before the January 6 protests on the Capitol, federal law enforcement is in grave reverse. Today, a week after the assassination, the capitol was secured by 20,000 troops of the NGO in Washington. The reaction comes from warning the federal authorities of “success” instability last week could spark more violence before the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden on January 20. The latest is from CBS News’ Natalie Brand.
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