Law enforcement looking out for potential violent inauguration disruptors

Despite the massive security presence, officials are being vigilant about possible armed protesters and extremists who could try to undermine the festivities.
0:44 | 01/20/21

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We turn to our chief justice correspondent Pierre Thomas with more on what authorities will be on the lookout for. Good morning. Reporter: Good morning. While they don't expect the numbers we saw on insurrection day law enforcement continues to worry about people showing up with guns and lone wolves attacking. They know many people are extremely angry about trump's departure believing the lie the election was stolen and concern about radicals posing as National Guard and law enforcement and worry about an insider threat. We know a number of national Guard members were removed yesterday. Reporter: 12 National Guard were dismissed from the inauguration mission including two allegedly made inappropriate or suspicious comments, Michael. That turned up when they were being vetted for ties to extremism. Security is surely tight, thank you so much.

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