In light of FBI reports of planned mass protests, McKnight says N.J. must work together

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In light of FBI reports that indicate planned mass protests could take place in all 50 states ahead is President Donald Trump (R) is removed before January 20th, Assemblywoman Angela McKnight (D-31) says everyone in New Jersey must work together to remain safe.

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By John Heinis/Hudson County View

“The FBI is reporting that armed protests are being planned in all 50 states in the days before the Presidential Inauguration. We’ve seen the wreckage left by rioters at the Capitol last week and mourn the loss of life. We must work together New Jersey to ensure our citizens, and our capitol remain safe,” McKnight said in a statement.

“The times we are in right now are unprecedented; extremely troubling for a country that continues to work to save lives in its second year of a pandemic and, these times, require steadfast vigilance from each of us.”

She also urged that any state residents who sees or learns anything about a potential protest should contact the New Jersey Department of Homeland Security at 1-866-4-SAFE-NJ (1-866-472-3365) immediately, or go to their website here.

The FBI has revealed that protests across the country are planned if Trump is forced out of office before Joe Biden (D) is inaugurated in a week-and-a-half.

The House of Representatives revealed the article of impeachment this afternoon after Vice President Mike Pence (R) decided not to invoke the 25th amendment.

The New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness Director Jared Maples said today that his office is investing all their resources into making sure that mass violence doesn’t break out in The Garden State.

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