Join our growing community to challenge mainstream media bias and fix the news
After helping secure Biden inauguration, National Guard troops head home

After helping secure Biden inauguration, National Guard troops head home

More than 15,000 National Guard members are preparing to leave Washington, D.C. and head home a day after President Joe Biden’s inauguration. Of the nearly 26,000 Guard troops deployed to D.C. for the inaugural, just 10,600 remain on duty, the National Guard Bureau reported. The Guard is helping states with coordination and the logistics so that troops can get home.

Chris
Chris
Noah PaulOG
Noah PaulOG 3 months

I guess they wanted SOMEONE to show-up for it, not really caring if it was by choice or because they were ordered to.

atlas shrugged
atlas shrugged 3 months

If I was in the Guard and got called up for that CF, think I'd be pretty pissed off. The Guard is not full time active duty, so this "mission" interrupted their day-to-day lives.

Trevelyn
Trevelyn 3 months

Just like the rest of the Democrat party Full of shit .

Glen
Glen 3 months

Should read National guard forced to work during Bidens illegitimate inauguration.

Paschal
Paschal 3 months

They where in the wrong place. Should have been in Portland.

mike
mike 3 months

There was nothing to secure

James
James 3 months

Not enough parking garages I guess.

hugh
hugh 3 months

What a joke

Que Pasta
Que Pasta 3 months

After not being trusted by the left and vetted to see if they were extremists (right leaning of course) and white supremacists.

Fred V
Fred V 3 months

Help secured from who? Who is our imaginary Boogeyman now? Fools..

chris
chris 3 months

Via a parking garage. I hope they now realize their oath is to protect from foreign and domestic.

Top in U.S.