Now that they are no longer needed to a photo op, the National Guardsmen at the Capitol are being discarded like the pawns the DC elites view them as.
Politico reports that thousands of National Guardsmen were ordered to vacate the facilities on Thursday, “sending them outdoors or to nearby parking garages after two weeks pulling security duty...”
One group reportedly had been abruptly ordered out, forcing them to rest in a nearby parking garage “without internet reception, with just one electrical outlet, and one bathroom with two stalls for 5,000 troops”.
“Yesterday dozens of senators and congressmen walked down our lines taking photos, shaking our hands and thanking us for our service. Within 24 hours, they had no further use for us and banished us to the corner of a parking garage ...”
The story went viral, prompting outrage. Some lawmakers opened their doors:
The New York Times reported that early this morning, the National Guardsmen were moved back into the capitol:
"Early Friday morning, the D.C. Guard said that the soldiers had been moved back to the Capitol from the parking garage. Capt. Nieves said that they would take future breaks “near Emancipation Hall,” a part of the Capitol complex.
Captain Nieves said that the Guard troops had been temporarily moved out of the Capitol on Thursday afternoon at request of the Capitol Police because of “increased foot traffic” as Congress came back into session. He did not specify how many soldiers had been moved.
The Capitol Police could not immediately be reached for comment on Friday morning...
The soldiers also said that their fellow troops were breathing in exhaust fumes because the garage at the Thurgood Marshall center was still in use for parking.
Captain Nieves said that the garage had heat and restrooms."
This is the truth here: