FBI and DHS warn threats to federal law enforcement have spiked since Mar-a-Lago search
An FBI and Department of Homeland Security intelligence bulletin advised officials that the threats are coming from online and other platforms, two senior law enforcement officials said.
- Editor’s note: Whenever Trump is has a grievance with government, he plays the victim card and his supporters take to violence.
- We saw that on January 6, 2021, in Cincinnati last week after the FBI presented Mar-a-Lago with a legally authorized search warrant, and now this joint intelligence bulletin warns of more threats.
- Trump is his supporters’ hero to take apart the government, yet Trump has presented no plan as to what would replace our system.
- And of course, they see that The Constitution of the United States must be usurped in order to keep their autocrat Trump in power.
- Can democracy last? We’ll see this November when elections are challenged.
- Business Insider: Ex-CIA agent says fallout over raid on Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resembles the lead up to the January 6 Capitol attack and predicts there will be another ‘catastrophic event’
“The FBI and the Department of Homeland Security have issued a joint intelligence bulletin warning of a spike in threats to federal law enforcement officials since the search of former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club in Florida, two senior law enforcement officials told NBC News.”
“The FBI also warned that it has seen personal identifying information of possible targets of violence, such as home addresses, as well as identification of family members as additional targets, the official added. All three sources spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss internal matters.”
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