FBI says extremist threatened Trump, Obama in online posts

Modesto Morganelli
Ottobre 29, 2020

Long described the posts in an affidavit supporting a request for a warrant to search an account that Croft allegedly created September 2 and closed September 26.

An exchange between Croft and an unidentified person referred to protests and "potential acts of violence" in SC. "They say they want their Governor in custody". "There are epidemic orders in the department of health and human services that the director can use, but I want to avoid that".

A photograph of a noose carried a caption calling for hanging Obama, "both Clinton's, Democrats, Liberals, Muslims" and others including "Ihan Omar" and "A.O.C.", apparent references to Democratic U.S. Reps.

"Hey, hey, hey hey", he told the audience, "I'm the one, it was our people that helped her out with her problem". It was our people - my people, our people - that helped her out. "I don't get it".

Trump and Whitmer have been highly critical of each other amid the coronavirus pandemic, and the governor wrote in a piece for The Atlantic published on Tuesday that "every time the president ramps up this violent rhetoric, every time he fires up Twitter to launch another broadside against me, my family and I see a surge of vicious attacks sent our way". A federal judge in Grand Rapids, Michigan, ruled during an October 16 preliminary hearing there was enough evidence against five other suspects in the alleged kidnap conspiracy to send the case to a grand jury for possible indictments.

Some are accused of taking part in the alleged scheme against Mrs Whitmer.

Defence lawyers have described the suspects as "big talkers" who never meant to follow through with action.

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