🤷♀️— watertigernyc says WEAR A DAMN MASK! (@watertigernyc) January 14, 2021
Dozens of people on FBI terrorist watch list came to D.C. the day of Capitol riot https://t.co/CtS6fwW0Un
UTAH — “A man who hit speeds of 130 mph in the snow on a Utah interstate told police he was driving to Missouri to kill former U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill “if she wasn’t dead already”— The Tennessee Holler (@TheTNHoller) November 11, 2020
Claire is a former Dem Senator who has been critical of Trump. https://t.co/BW0YW0VgPg
SCOOP: The Pentagon’s acting policy chief, James Anderson, resigned on Tuesday after falling out of favor with the White House. He pushed back on several Trump loyalists the White House tried to install at DoD. (w/ @laraseligman) https://t.co/AULFGghUkD— Daniel Lippman (@dlippman) November 10, 2020
In the last 24 hours, the Secretary of Defense (SecDef), the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy (USD-P), and the Under Secretary of Defense for Intell (OUSD-I) have been sacked. Trump loyalist now sit in the 1, 3, and 4 slots at DOD. Kash Patel is DOD Chief of Staff. Why?— Alexander S. Vindman (@AVindman) November 10, 2020
Dizzying day at DoD. Out: Policy chief James Anderson, UnderSec for Intel Joseph Kernan, Esper's Chief of Staff Jen Stewart— paul mcleary (@paulmcleary) November 10, 2020
IN: Ezra Cohen-Watnick, Acting UnderSec Intel, also Kash Patel as CoS. Patel and Watnick both central to Devin Nunes efforts
For those keeping score, Patel is the second former Nunes aide to be named to a senior national security post in as many days, after Michael Ellis was tapped for the NSA general counsel job. Both are views by Democrats as brazen political operatives.https://t.co/uE2zsMJk1G— Dustin *Get Your Flu Shot* Volz (@dnvolz) November 10, 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
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