Capitol police said they had been alerted to a possible attack and had taken вЂњimmediateвЂќ security measures.
US police said Wednesday they were stepping up security in Washington after intelligence agencies uncovered a вЂњpossible plot to infiltrate the CapitolвЂќ on Thursday, nearly two months after a deadly attack by a supporter of former President Donald Trump. Reported by Correo del Sur.
вЂњWe received intelligence information indicating a possible conspiracy to infiltrate the Capitol by identified militias on Thursday, March 4,вЂќ the US Capitol police said in a statement on Twitter.
вЂњWe've already made significant improvements in security,вЂќ after the January 6 attack, added in force.
In addition, Capitol security added that it is вЂњalert and prepared for any potential threat to members of Congress or the Capitol complex.вЂќ
And he said he takes intelligence reports вЂњseriouslyвЂќ and works with local, state, and federal forces to вЂњstop any threat to the Capitol,вЂќ although he avoided going into details.
On Tuesday night, Capitol police simply indicated that they had been alerted to вЂњdisturbing information related to March 4,вЂќ and that they had taken вЂњimmediateвЂќ steps to improve security.
Congressional Protocol and Security Chief Timothy Blodgett sent a message to Congress on Monday informing them that he is working closely with police to track information вЂњrelated to March 4 and possible demonstrations. around what some call вЂњreal investiture day.вЂќ
вЂњThe importance of this date seems to have diminished among various groups in recent days,вЂќ he nonetheless stressed in an email published by the American media.
Before 1933, American presidents came to power on March 4, not January 20, as it is now.
During Donald Trump's presidency, the QAnon conspiracy theorists proclaimed without any evidence that the Republicans would save the world from corrupt and pedophilic elites.
On January 6, protesters included self-proclaimed members of the QAnon organization, protesting against alleged fraud in the presidential election in which Trump was defeated by Joe Biden.