St. Paul (LEARFIELD) —  It’s a time of unrest as the Minnesota Department of Public Safety and State Patrol are preparing for possible armed protests around the State Capitol over the next several days.  DPS spokesman Bruce Gordon says while the Capitol remains a safe place, officials are asking Minnesotans who do not have any planned activity or business to consider visiting at another time.  Gordon is also urging anyone who sees something suspicious to report it to local authorities.  Governor Tim Walz plans to address Minnesotans later today about safety and security leading up to the presidential inauguration.