The report, a copy of which was obtained by The Washington Post, did not identify any specific plots to attack Wednesday’s inaugural events.
Breaking WaPo: QAnon adherents discussed posing as National Guard members to try to infiltrate the inauguration, according to an FBI intelligence briefing. https://t.co/dRrcA8ukYM
QAnon adherents discussed posing as National Guard to try to infiltrate inauguration, according to FBI intelligence briefing https://t.co/6TawF1BgCj
WAPO: “FBI privately warned law enforcement agencies Monday that far-right extremists have discussed posing as Nat’l Guard members in (D.C.) & others have reviewed maps of vulnerable spots in the city-signs of potential efforts to disrupt...inauguration...”https://t.co/NMI1awxPf6
NEWS QAnon adherents discussed posing as National Guard to try to infiltrate inauguration, according to FBI intelligence briefing https://t.co/UkfFvmq4xh
QAnon believers discussed posing as National Guard troops to infiltrate the inauguration https://t.co/GeUSRZsfVp
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