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FBI Asked to Investigate Trump’s Alleged Violent Threat Against Clinton

donald trump rallyBy Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

Concerns over Donald Trump’s suggestion that second-amendment supporters could stop Hillary Clinton from making Supreme Court picks were forwarded to the FBI.

The super PAC Democratic Coalition Against Trump contacted the FBI after believing Trump was encouraging violence against Clinton. The PAC sent this to the FBI:

The Democratic Coalition Against Trump immediately reached out to senior officials from the FBI to raise alarms about this call to violence, and to demand that Trump face felony charges under 18 U.S.C. § 879 for making these threats.

“There is no place in American politics for this kind of disgusting rhetoric,” said the organization’s senior advisor, Scott Dworkin. “Donald Trump should immediately drop out of the race, and he should be arrested for committing a federal crime. He’s proven himself to be nothing more than a thug, and anyone supporting him after this grotesque display should be publicly shamed. It’s truly abhorrent and we must all stand united – regardless of party affiliation to say loudly that Americans reject this kind of hateful and dangerous rhetoric.”

The question is whether Trump intended to incite violence against Clinton. Trump quickly said he was misunderstood when he said second-amendment supporters could stop Clinton.


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