Capitol Hill Police too tied up with 3 BLM protesters to deal with storming of Congress - The Beaverton

Capitol Hill Police too tied up with 3 BLM protesters to deal with storming of Congress

WASHINGTON D.C. – Capitol Hill Police were unable to deal with hundreds of Trump supporters who stormed the Congressional Building earlier today since most of their resources were aimed at 3 peaceful BLM protesters down the street.

Heavily armed riot police and police dogs were deployed when officials got word of three men of colour distributing pamphlets a mile from the Capitol building. Security officials believed the protesters were attempting to overthrow the government and install a radical left-wing President.

Capitol Hill Police reassured the public that they are actively monitoring the three people of colour holding BLM signs who may make an attempt to occupy a nearby park or take a break at a nearby Starbucks.

“These three activists, who are currently being monitored by the FBI, CIA, and dozens of other security organizations may storm into the halls of power on behalf of an outgoing President who refuses to concede an election,” said an unnamed Capitol Hill Police Officer. “But that won’t happen under our watch.”

The National Guard, who was also unable to respond to the violent insurrection in the heart of America’s democracy, deployed several tanks and a division around the quiet demonstration in the event the number of participants surges to four.

At press time, the BLM activists are expected to be arrested and jailed unlike the hundreds of white people who are committing sedition.