Emailed threats in Florida dry up as congressional delegation asks for FBI briefing
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Threatening emails claiming to be from a pro-Trump group called the Proud Boys that were sent to voters in Florida and other states earlier this week appeared to have come to a halt after the FBI accused Iran and Russia of being behind attacks to influence the U.S. election.But two Florida members of Congress are now requesting an FBI briefing for the Florida delegation and at least seven local election officials say they have not been given any information from authorities on the scope of the issue other than what has been publicly reported.“This request is in direct respo...
Proud Boys threaten Florida Democrats to vote for Trump
The FBI and state authorities are investigating numerous emails sent to Florida voters allegedly from the white supremacist group the Proud Boys, threatening to "come after" them if they don't vote for US President Donald Trump, the Orlando Sentinel reported Wednesday.The messages were sent to registered Democrats throughout Florida from an email address labeled as the official email for the Proud BoysAll rights reserved © The Jerusalem Post 1995 - 2020Provided by SyndiGate Media Inc.
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Sens. Johnson, Grassley demand FBI explain why it failed to corroborate bogus Steele dossier
By Duncan SmithThe two U.S. senators most associated with dogged attempts to get answers to the Obama-era ‘Russian collusion’ hoax and ‘Spygate’ scandal are also both Republicans: Sens. Charles Grassley (above, left) of Iowa and Ron Johnson of Wisconsin.They are also the two most stonewalled U.S. senators on Capitol Hill.For nearly four years the, and a few Republicans in the House, have pursued all of the facts surrounding the greatest political scandal in the history of our country.They know there’s more because every time they uncover a new detail, like a spider web questions lead in many n...
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FBI investigation says 'no conclusion' on Beirut blast cause: report
The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) on Tuesday said it has reached no conclusion on the cause of theBeirut port explosionon 4 August that killed over 200 people,Reutersreported.While European government agencies closely following the investigations into the explosion believe the blast was accidental, the FBI told Reuters it has does not hold the same conviction."No such conclusion has been reached," Reuters quoted an FBI spokeswoman as saying."Further questions should be directed to the Lebanese authorities as the lead investigators," the spokeswoman told the agency.Lebanese media rep...
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No Justice for ANTIFA and anarchists, no peace for America
It is said that Justice delayed is justice denied. And that is especially true when it comes to the travesty of Justice playing out within the Department of Justice and FBI today. Thursday the FBI said that it uncovered a plot by an armed militia in Michigan to attack that state’s Capitol, and kidnap Democratic Governor, Gretchen Whitmer, in the process.This news flashed around the legacy media like wildfire.An armed militia, the stuff to make the left salivate. Why, because militias are always right-wing in their worldview. For hours the news was all about this wild bunch of ravenous militiam...
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Gov. Whitmer kidnap plot: How the FBI spent months tracking down the case
DETROIT — They planned and schemed for months — 13 domestic terrorists hell-bent on terrorizing politicians and police, authorities said.Among their missions was to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer from her vacation home, blow up a bridge, storm the state Capitol and target police, court records show.But the plots were foiled as the FBI was on their track, with the help of social media, paid informants and undercover agents who embedded themselves in the groups and secretly recorded what they saw and heard.On Thursday, seven members of the so-called Wolverine Watchmen militia group were c...
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