The United States is on high alert following the US Capitol riots last week. All eyes are on President Donald Trump who is being singled out as inciting the riot which saw scores injured and left five people dead. But it appears the worst is far from over.

According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, they have received information that armed protests are being planned across all 50 state capitols aside from the US Capitol in Washington DC in the days leading to President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration set for Jan. 20, CNN reported.

The update comes not long after security has ramped up following as Inauguration day nears. There is a high chance that more violence will occur in the coming days even as federal investigators continue to track down suspects behind last week’s attack.

"Armed protests are being planned at all 50 state capitols from 16 January through at least 20 January, and at the US Capitol from 17 January through 20 January," the FBI bulletin read via ABC News.

Right now, Trump is facing a second impeachment which is likely to stir up more trouble. There are threats of an uprising should that happen, leaving Americans in a dire state right now.

"On 8 January, the FBI received information on an identified group calling for others to join them in 'storming' state, local and federal government courthouses and administrative buildings in the event POTUS is removed as President prior to Inauguration Day. This identified group is also planning to 'storm' government offices including in the District of Columbia and in every state, regardless of whether the states certified electoral votes for Biden or Trump, on 20 January," the FBI bulletin added.

Further, the reports go on to indicate that there is intent to harm Biden. However, he may not be the only one with further intel revealing that VP-elect Kamala Harris and Speaker Nancy Pelosi are also targeted.

Given the situation, Washington Mayor Muriel Bowser advised the public to avoid the city during Biden's inauguration next week. Rather, most are encouraged to participate virtually to prevent another ugly scene as last week's deadly domestic terror attack on the US Capitol.

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