Received alerts from both DHS, District of Columbia authorities
Posted BY: R.M | NwoReport
Capitol Police were warned by both U.S. Homeland Security and District of Columbia authorities of potential violence at the Capitol more than two weeks before the Jan. 6 riots, according to internal memos obtained by Just the News.
A Dec. 21, 2020, email sent to officials in the Capitol Police’s Intelligence and Interagency Coordination Division included warnings of online chatter threatening a “bloody war,” concealing guns and burning down the Supreme Court.
“Right-wing extremists are talking about tunnels below the Capitol Complex and the allegiances of USCP officers,” Capitol Police intelligence expert John T. Nugent Jr. wrote in the email.
One social media post, Nugent said, “had garnered quite a bit of interest online” about Jan. 6 because it included a map of the Capitol grounds.