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Trump Fans harassed in public
In the past weeks, there have been more and more stories of Trump management, the members of the public were harangued in public. Here is a look at some of the cases to make the headlines.
A burned animal carcass was allegedly policy to the left at the front door, a Department of Homeland Security employee, as the tensions grow between the Trump administration, and those who protest its “zero-tolerance” immigration.
The Deputy Minister for internal security, warned employees in a memo published on Saturday that “there is a heightened threat” against the Agency’s employees, CBS News reported. The official said that the warning came as a “specific and credible threats have been made against certain DHS employees.”
Protesters target home of the DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen
The note had said: “thousands of employees”, released your personal information to the General public online, allegedly detailed safety information is an employee’s reaction to the treatment of illegal immigrants and their families on the US-Mexican border could take in the middle of the current.
“Always keep locked doors and Windows and be aware of the unexpected changes in and around your home,” staff recommendations to the Agency. They were also asked to call 911 or the Federal Protective Service, if you feel threatened.
SARAH SANDERS “CALLS COMPLAINED OF HARASSMENT,” CITING MAXINE WATERS, THE RESTAURANT EPISODE
DHS-employees — especially Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents — in the last few weeks, the goal of the about two dozen threats was, according to ABC News. The threats were allegedly sent online.
A Senior DHS official, lives in the Washington, DC area, was allegedly the target of a physical threat. The news outlet reported, he found the carcass of a burned and decapitated animal on his porch.
Maxine Waters calls for the Fans to ‘harass’ Trump officials in the public
The rising number of threats, not only for DHS employees, come as Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., called their supporters on Saturday to “absolutely harass” White house officials, and the public in an effort to fight back against the Trump administration.
President Trump on Monday in a reaction called Waters “an extremely low-IQ people”, and added: “be careful what you wish for, Max!”
To leave White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, was asked, Virginia restaurant over the weekend, said on Monday that the recent calls for harassment and press[avoid it] to all trump supporters, the General public is acceptable.”
“We may not agree, but we should be able to do so freely and without fear of harm,” said Sanders. “And this is true for all people, regardless of politics.”
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