Gov. Greg Abbott is distraught the Department of Defense and FBI are reviewing the in excess of 1,000 Texas National Guard individuals shipped off Washington, DC to help secure the presidential inauguration of Joe Biden on Wednesday, Jan. 20.
Gov. Abbott called the guard individuals, “disregarded,” and said he may never send them to DC again.
Specialists are doing extra checking out of worry for a potential insider assault or other danger from administration individuals associated with making sure about the initiation.
“This is the most hostile thing I’ve ever heard,” Gov. Abbott tweeted Monday, Jan. 18. “Nobody ought to actually scrutinize the dependability or demonstrable skill of the Texas National Guard. I approved more than 1,000 to go to DC. I’ll never do it again on the off chance that they are affronted this way.”
The gigantic endeavor mirrors the exceptional security worries that have held Washington following the dangerous January 6 uprising at the U.S. Capitol by President Trump allies.
In 2015, Gov. Abbott asked the State Guard to screen a U.S. military preparing exercise in Texas named “Jade Helm 15” in the midst of web energized doubts that the war reproduction was actually a threatening military takeover.