There’s been all kinds of threats of violence at President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration by the unhinged left, but it appears as if someone had planned on following through with some sort of attack after what was found along the Potomac River on Wednesday.
Earlier this week, Project Veritas released a sting video that captured members of the group Disrupt J20 talking about committing a terror attack with butyric acid at the “Deploraball,” which is an inaugural ball being held for Trump supporters. However, disrupting a party with some high-potency stink bombs is nothing compared to what someone else may have been planning.
A woman was walking along the Potomac River Wednesday afternoon when she came across a suspicious-looking violin case. Curious, she opened it up to see what was inside and discovered two rifles, but that’s not the worst part.
When D.C. Police arrived to investigate, they discovered the case was one of several stashed in the area, leading one to wonder what exactly they were doing there.
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WASHINGTON – A walker in Washington came across two guns in a violin case along the Potomac River on Wednesday, leading police to find several other weapons stashed in the area, officials said.
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.
“At this point, we don’t know how they got there, why they’re here or when they got here,” police spokeswoman Sgt. Anna Rose said.
She said officers found a variety of weapons, including long guns and pistols.
That’s not cool. Like, that’s really not cool at all.
Granted, whether or not someone was planning an attack with the weapons is unclear. However, people don’t just leave that many guns, along with ammunition, lying around an area where there’s soon to be tens of thousands of people gathering for an inauguration that’s already received numerous threats of violence, now do they?