Thursday, January 14, 2021
What could go wrong?
On Monday, it was 6200 troops. Now here we are, four days later, and there are more than 20,000 troops who are armed with "shoot to kill" orders standing shoulder to shoulder along the edge of a restricted area of some 15 square miles backed up by Stryker armored cars with heavy machine guns, all taking cover behind concrete walls and fences topped with razor wire. All at the orders of the Pentagon, Pelosi, and the Vice President.