World March 4th Capitol Attack Fears Grow as Conspiracy Theorists Talk of Trump's Return

09:21  04 march  2021
09:21  04 march  2021 Source:   newsweek.com

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Some now believe Trump will return to power on Thursday, March 4 , and according to U. S . Capitol Police, a militant group may be plotting to breach the Capitol again on that day. Second, March 4 didn’t actually end up being the first Inauguration Day anyhow. That’ s when it was scheduled for in 1789, but bad weather – an actual storm! – kept so many members of Congress from getting to the temporary capital of New York City that they failed to have the quorum needed for Washington to take the oath.

QAnon conspiracy theorists believe former President Donald Trump will be inaugurated on March 4 , returning him to the presidency. Between 1793 and 1933, inauguration often fell on March 4 or a surrounding date. Sen. Alex Padilla, a California Democrat, told CNN in response to the FBI and DHS warning that he and his colleagues take the threat "very seriously." "There' s a reason why there' s still National Guard servicewomen and men deployed at the capitol at this time, and the fencing and the barrier we see," Padilla said in an interview earlier Wednesday. "It' s because of what happened on

Fears of another Capitol attack have ramped up in the days and hours leading up to March 4, the next significant date in the QAnon calendar. Despite countless failed Q predictions, supporters of former President Donald Trump and the proliferating conspiracy theory believe that Thursday will be the day that the ex-president will be inaugurated again.

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On Wednesday, the United States Capitol Police (USCP) announced that they had uncovered threats by militia groups to breach the Capitol building on March 4. The "possible plot" appeared to be connected to the QAnon theory that Trump would return to office on that date, when presidents were inaugurated pre-1933.

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Donald Trump ’ s supporters are allegedly planning a second attack on the US Capitol on 4 March , a Democrat on the House Armed Services Committee has said. Adam Smith, the chairman of the committee, told defence officials that QAnon conspiracy theorists and Trump supporters were considering another siege on the Capitol on that day. QAnon conspiracists — borrowing claims made by the extremist sovereign citizens movement — believe that Mr Trump will come back as US president on 4 March , the day inaugurations took place before 1933.

Conspiracy theorists have suggested Trump will be reinstated as president on March 4 , 2021. One state official said the "abundance of uncertainty" is being met with "an abundance of caution." Calls to action have circulated on right-wing venues like Telegram, Gab and Patriots.win, although some on social media have warned followers that the plans could be a set-up. "Stay away from any event on March 4 th ," warned one tweet. "Something is potentially cooking and we don't need to be a part of it.

"The United States Capitol Police Department is aware of and prepared for any potential threats towards members of Congress or towards the Capitol complex," authorities said in a statement. "We have obtained intelligence that shows a possible plot to breach the Capitol by an identified militia group on Thursday, March 4."

Two unnamed law enforcement officials told the Associated Press that the online threats included talks by people involved with the Three Percenters, an anti-establishment militia group that took part in storming the Capitol on January 6. The sources spoke on condition of anonymity as they were not authorized to discuss the matter publicly.

Timothy Blodgett, the acting House sergeant-at-arms, told congressional lawmakers earlier this week that there was "no indication that groups will travel to Washington D.C. to protest or commit acts of violence."

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QAnon believers think Trump will retake office March 4 . The acting House Sergeant at Arms has informed members of Congress that authorities do not expect violence in Washington on Thursday, a day QAnon followers believe former President Donald Trump will assume his second term in what is the latest deranged conspiracy theory claiming Trump will either retake power or somehow has secretly remained as president.

Loyalists to President Trump are increasingly relying on conspiracy theories and misinformation, drawing false equivalence with last summer’ s racial protests and blaming outside agitators. Joe Pillizzi, a 67-year-old retired salesman in Kenosha, Wis., who supports President Trump , said he believed the summer’ s looting “The violence at the Capitol was shameful,” Rudolph W. Giuliani, the president’ s lawyer, tweeted at 6:55 a.m. the morning after the attack . “Our movement values respect for law and order and for the police.” But now, in a new video titled “What Really Happened on January 6th?”

Today, he informed them of the "new and concerning information and intelligence indicating additional interest in the Capitol for the dates of March 4th-6th by a militia group." Lawmakers quickly wrapped up work about half an hour before midnight on Wednesday after the warning.

The USCP have confirmed that they're increasing security measures in the area over fears that the violence seen on January 6 would be repeated.

"Based on the intelligence that we have, the Department has taken immediate steps to enhance our security posture and staffing for a number of days, to include March 4," Capitol police said. "The Department has communicated our enhanced posture as well as the available intelligence for the entire workforce."

Chatter about an incident have escalated among QAnon supporters in the days leading up to March 4.

"Cannot wait until the inauguration March 4 first true president in years," one believer wrote on a major QAnon channel on the messaging app Telegram.

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QAnon followers believe that Donald Trump will return to power on March 4 . Christopher Wray testified that domestic terrorist threats have soared in the United States and made clear that violent extremists were behind Capitol Hill attack . Brendan Smialowski/AFP via Getty Images. The United States Capitol Police said it has beefed up security on Capitol Hill this week due to "concerning information and intelligence" related to March 4 , the date that far-right conspiracy theorists believe former President Donald Trump will return to power.

Some conspiracy theorists believe former President Donald Trump will retake power on March 4 , which marked Inauguration Day for presidents prior to 1933. As a precaution, and to ensure the safety and security of members of Congress and their staff, there will be a heightened police presence throughout the Capitol Grounds. "The Department is aware of concerning information and intelligence pertaining to March 4 th and continues to work with all of our law enforcement partners," USCP said in a statement Tuesday night.

"God has planned all of this for many years. Got to love this president. Not much longer now. March 4 will be our victory dance," another wrote.

"The real POTUS can't get back into office fast enough. March 4 at the latest... PLEASE GOD!"

On Thursday, the administrators of another popular QAnon forum urged believers to "stay home, stay alert, and stay safe."

There is no real indication what QAnon supporters are planning for tomorrow. However, some believers online are certain that Trump would arrive at the scene to finally execute the long-awaited "storm"—that is, ordering mass arrests and executions of satanic pedophilies who are part of the "deep state."

QAnon supporters initially believed that the "storm" would occur on January 20. But when that prediction didn't happen, some shifted the date to March 4. They doubled down on the belief when it was reported that the Trump International Hotel in D.C. had tripped prices for rooms to $1,331 on that date.

Then, the U.S. Marshal posted a tweet about Abraham Lincoln's inauguration on March 4 in 1861, which further fueled the conspiracy theory.

Newsweek reached out to Trump representatives for comment.

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