Ahead of Biden's inauguration this coming week, many of the states have declared emergencies and deployed troops to their respective capitols because of warnings from the FBI about potentially violent demonstrations.
They're concerned about what the FBI says is "extensive chatter online."
More than a dozen governors have called out troops from the national guard, and Washington, D.C. itself is currently under a strict lockdown with 25-thousand troops deployed to the city.
Officials say they want to prevent a repeat of January 6th when a crowd broke into the U.S. Capitol building.
Five people died one rioter who was shot and killed, a policeman who died from injuries to his head and three others.