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FBI faces ‘avalanche’ of threats encouraged by Trump, says Senate

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never– acceptable, regardless of the ideology behind it”,”text”:”I have said many times that violence against law enforcement is never – ever – acceptable, regardless of the ideology behind it. the motive”}}”>I’ve said many times that violence against law enforcement is never – never – acceptable, no matter what ideology drives it.said influential Democratic Senator Dick Durbin.

: Last month, after the FBI raided Mar-a-Lago, the residence of Donald Trump, the federal police faced an avalanche of threats against its employees and its buildings, and these threats were encouraged by the ‘former president and his allies”,”text”:”But here’s the reality: Last month, after the FBI raided Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence, federal police faced an avalanche of threats against its employees and buildings, and these threats were encouraged by the former president and his allies”}}”>But here’s the reality: Last month, after the FBI raided Mar-a-Lago, Donald Trump’s residence, federal police faced an avalanche of threats against its employees and buildings, and those threats encouraged by the former president and his allieshe continued.

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The Senate voted unanimously a text condemning these threats, noting in passing remarks by some Republican members of Congress who called for stop funding the FBI or compared the search to the actions of the Gestapothe political police of Nazi Germany.

On August 8, the FBI raided Donald Trump’s residence in Florida and seized boxes of confidential documents that the Republican had not returned after leaving the White House, despite multiple requests.

Federal investigators suspect Donald Trump of having thus violated an American law on espionage which very strictly regulates the possession of confidential documents.

Donald Trump, who openly plans to run for president in 2024, has since stormed against a search he deems illegal and unconstitutionaland repeats having been targeted for political reasons.

Multiplication of incidents

Since this operation, the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security have reported an increase in threats and acts of violence against federal police officers.

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On August 11, a 42-year-old gunman, for example, tried to force his way into FBI premises in Cincinnati, Ohio, after throwing a call to arms on Donald Trump’s social network, Truth Social. The man, killed by the police, felt it was necessary respond with force to the search at Donald Trump’s house and shoot FBI agents on sight.

The text adopted by the Senate describes other attempts at intimidation, such as the threat to file a dirty bombmade from stolen radioactive materials, in front of the FBI headquarters or calls for the civil war and at the armed revolt.

He also highlights the repeated attacks by the ex-president who, among other insults, called FBI officials “vicious monsters”.

Donald Trump’s team did not react immediately to AFP’s requests.

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