As militia threats rise, far-right Michigan sheriffs say they won’t enforce gun ban at voting sites https://t.co/CKICZ54gAL— Suburban Guerrilla Ω (@SusieMadrak) October 22, 2020
A Maryland gun extremist was arrested after threatening to shoot and kill Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, his neighbors, and “anti-gun group leaders.” He said the assassinations would show “Biden/Harris supporters … what the Second Amendment is all about.” https://t.co/rDnaCxclZy— Shannon Watts (@shannonrwatts) October 21, 2020
In an effort to legitimize their reporting on Hunter Biden’s email, the NY Post asked two veteran reporters to put their names on the story, per NYT. They refused. A 3rd, whose name appears on the stories, didn’t learn she’d be on until it published. https://t.co/CsCUf203ld pic.twitter.com/2SwzCntsfV— Kyle Cheney (@kyledcheney) October 18, 2020
Just so you know, this isn’t one of those “let’s put in a confidential informant and see what we can egg them on to do” indictments. The details are pretty scary, and I’m glad that at least Chris Wray (who Trump plans to fire) is doing his job.
They were affiliated with a separate white nationalist extremist group, known as the Wolverine Watchmen, and the state’s attorney general accused them of publicizing addresses of police officers, threatening to start a civil war “leading to societal collapse” and planning to kidnap the governor and other government officials.
Notice, as always, the special kind of hate they reserve for women.
The F.B.I. said it had learned about the six men it charged by intercepting encrypted messages the men had sent and because it had undercover agents and confidential informants working with the group. https://t.co/2vxbjccXTD— Adam Goldman (@adamgoldmanNYT) October 8, 2020
Trump campaign official Jason Miller is on Fox News attacking Gretchen Whitmer, the victim of a kidnapping plot: “If we want to talk about hatred, then Gov. Whitmer, go look in the mirror — the fact that she wakes up everyday with such hatred in her heart for President Trump.” pic.twitter.com/sMXv7mgBfa— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) October 8, 2020
Less than a day after telling the white supremacist group to "stand back and stand by" when asked if he'd condemn white supremacists, President Trump now says he doesn't "know who the Proud Boys are." https://t.co/BFBoCgPDZa— NPR (@NPR) September 30, 2020
Trump's vile "Proud Boys" comment is looking worse than we thought. Former DHS insider Elizabeth Neumann has explained that serious efforts were made to get Trump to understand the right wing extremist threat. He refused. Her claims deserve more scrutiny:https://t.co/7qO8VZAHwF— Greg Sargent (@ThePlumLineGS) September 30, 2020
He really said “stand back and standby” pic.twitter.com/XhY8akyb8a— Bai (@baileewilsonn) September 30, 2020
Race has featured heavily tonight. Biden flatly called Trump a racist, then said that Trump’s “racist dogwhistles” about suburbs don’t work any more, and then Trump declined to categorically condemn white supremacists and instead told the Proud Boys to “stand back and standby.”— Josh Wingrove (@josh_wingrove) September 30, 2020
Chris Wallace: Will you commit to not declaring victory until an election has been independently verified?— Elie Mystal (@ElieNYC) September 30, 2020
Trump: I am urging my supporters to go into the polls and watch.
THIS IS ILLEGAL #Debates2020
.@FoxNews Chief Breakfast Correspondent @PeteHegseth touts Minnesota as national bellwether, claims polls are "tight" as @FoxFriendsFirst shows @ABC/@washingtonpost poll indicating Biden +16 🤔— Bad Fox Graphics (@BadFoxGraphics) September 24, 2020
HEGSETH: And the polls are tight (sees poll) umm uh they — eh and tightening