Twelve National Guardsmen Removed From D.C. Deployment For Being Possible Security Risk – IOTW Report

Twelve National Guardsmen Removed From D.C. Deployment For Being Possible Security Risk – IOTW Report

Washington Examiner

A dozen Army National Guard members tasked with keeping President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration safe and secure have reportedly been removed from their posts after they were found to have ties to fringe, right-wing militia groups.

The Associated Presswhich broke the news on Tuesday, stressed that investigators did not find any plot against Biden. The report also did not specify to which groups the two are believed to be linked.

“Due to operational security, we do not discuss the process nor the outcome of the vetting process for military members supporting the inauguration,” the Secret Service said. The Secret Service, which is the lead agency in charge of the inauguration’s security, did not immediately respond to a request for comment from the Washington Examiner. More

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