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WEIRD: Troops In DC Are Reportedly Using Fencing From Company Called ‘Checkmate’

According to website washington.org, an organization named ‘Checkmate’ has been enlisted to help “prevent unauthorized access” in the nation’s capitol.

“Checkmate provides deployable security assets that create hardened perimeters designed to enforce and prevent unauthorized access. This includes slowing or mitigating vehicle borne threats and the transfer of weapons to individuals who have already gone through security checkpoints. Our experienced security staff provides a wide array of deployable, tactical security services for clients, including anti-scaling fencing, magnetometers, bike rack, generators, portable lighting, mobile delta barricades, concrete barricades, motorcade, magnetometer and K9 tenting, line of sight lighting countermeasures, threat assessments, executive protection and development of emergency action plans. Checkmate is comprised of former White House Advance Staff, Production Specialists and Law Enforcement Officers who are uniquely experienced at coordinating and deploying tactical security assets in high threat environments. We also specialize in providing training and consulting services that include risk assessments for events, businesses, organizations, and critical infrastructure.”

Razor Wire Fencing In Washington DC
Barbed wire is installed on the top of a security fence surrounding the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., Jan. 14, 2021, ahead of the presidential inauguration of Joe Biden on Jan. 20. (Caption: ABC News / Photo: Andrew Caballero-Reynolds, AFP via Getty Images)

Interestingly enough, in the game of chess, checkmate is a situation in which a king is “fenced in” and cannot advance – he is effectively captured.

Since DC has essentially turned into an impenetrable fortress ahead of Wednesday’s inauguration, could the “king” in this case be either current President Donald Trump or presumptive President-elect Joe Biden?

Filed under Conspiracy, Weird

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Main Image Credit: Andrew Harnik / AP