Joe Biden’s inauguration ceremony will be covered by a security company, that Uncle Sam is paying handsomely, to keep the President-elect safe — and by the looks of everything they’re equipped to do, he’ll be in good hands.
TMZ obtained federal procurement docs that show the Secret Service has hired a company called Showcall Security Services to help out with the inauguration in January. The company scored a $7.5 million contract for the job … and it sounds like they’ll be worth every dime of taxpayer money.
Turns out, a division of Showcall, named Checkmate, is what’ll be deployed here — and a glance at their specialties shows why they cost a pretty penny. Checkmate boasts “temporary deployable security assets” that create “hardened perimeters,” which can stop vehicle-borne threats and attempted weapons hand-offs of people who get past checkpoints
Do you think Joe is worried about the National Guard? He is definitely running scared when he has lucid moments.