Authorities Find Multiple Rifles and Handguns Hidden Among Debris In Northwest D.C.

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Several guns and ammunition were found along the C&O canal near Fletcher’s Boathouse in Northwest D.C. (WTOP/Michelle Basch)

Large Cache of Weapons Found in D.C. just Before Trump Inauguration

Weapons found by walker along the Potomac River

In a little noticed news article, the Associated Press reported days ago that a large cache of weapons, including guns and ammunition, were found along the Potomac River.

The short report claims that a walker came across two guns hidden in a violin case before calling the police who eventually found “several” other weapons.

“U.S. Park Police said a woman walking in the woods near the C&O Canal, which runs along the river, found the case. When law enforcement officers arrived, they found more guns and ammunition — some in pails, others in plastic garbage bags.”

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Guns hidden in violin case

A police spokeswoman told the AP that they had no idea how the weapons got there or why they were put there in the first place. According to the report, both long guns and pistols were found.

Interestingly, a witness also noted that no one regularly hikes in the area that the weapons were found, pointing to the possibility that they could have been originally hidden there to be picked up weeks later.

Obviously this is shocking considering the Trump inauguration is only four days away and an unprecedented series of riots are planned in an attempt to stop the president-elect from ever taking office.

Intellihub’s Alex Thomas reported late last week that organizers of one of the main protests have openly admitted that they do not believe in a peaceful transfer of power and are therefore planning criminal acts to stop Trump.

Legba Carrefour, an organizer for DisruptJ20, told Reuters Wednesday that her group planned predawn blockades and disruptions during the evening inaugural balls on top of the protests during the actual inauguration.

It was then made clear that this is not about peacefully protesting but rather part of a larger attempt to literally steal the election.

“Some 300 DisruptJ20 volunteers will work to mobilize demonstrators for a series of protests the group has dubbed the “Festival of Resistance,” reported Reuters.

“We are not in favor of a peaceful transition of power, and we need to stop it,” Carrefour continued.

On top of that, Trump is also dealing with a massive disinformation campaign aimed at him by elements of the intelligence community who have leaked numerous details to the eager corporate media while also threatening Trump through the same mockingbird media outlets.

It has gotten so bad that one former intelligence officer even publicly admitted that the CIA is attempting to take down Donald Trump.

“John Schindler not only confirmed that the CIA is leading a massive, possibly illegal, operation against the president-elect, he also revealed that a noted Washington Post columnist is getting the information he reports from the intelligence community and thus at least indirectly supporting the coup attempt against Trump.

“The intelligence community spies on Flynn’s calls, then anonymously reports what they claim to have been in them through a Washington Post columnist.”

Additionally, celebrities such as Rosie O’Donnell have openly called for the end of the Constitution in America by publicly supporting martial law as a means to stop Trump from becoming president. According to O’Donnell, the one way to stop Trump is to effectively end the Constitution and set up a military dictatorship, all because of documented disinformation spread by the corporate media about supposed Russian ties to the president-elect.

While its obviously possible that the weapons cache had absolutely nothing to do with the upcoming inauguration, the fact that it was found so close to January 20th, coupled with the above documented attacks on Trump from all angles, is alarming.

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