Republicans Targeted Again, Police Investigate Strange Powder on Hate Mail

With the way mainstream media speaks about Republicans says more about them than it does about us. However, their “tolerance” that calls for the physical assault for the conservative party is starting to seep out of just being words (or “art” if you’re Kathy Griffin) and is turning into actions.

The seeds have been planted, and watered, and now they are growing. It is going to take a large tractor to bring this movement down.

Just days ago, Republican politicians were attacked on a baseball field in Virginia, and Majority Whip Steve Scalise was shot in the hip. Others were hit too, and if not for the brave police officers who were on scene, there would have likely been a complete massacre.

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Now, there are strange letters showing up at Republicans’ houses and not only is the language in the foul, but they have some type of strange white powder on them.

Karen Handel, who is running against Democrat Jon Ossoff in a hotly-contested 6th Congressional District Special Election, has been targeted along with her neighbors by letters containing a white powdery substance and calling Handel a “dirty fascist.”

Handel is a hardcore Conservative woman who, as a Georgia Republican, I will be voting for. She is headed up again Democratic candidate Jon Ossoff, who does not even live in the district that he is running for. Makes plenty of sense, right?

Handel has been endorsed by President Trump time and time again. I hear him endorse her myself when he spoke at the NRA Annual Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia a few weeks ago.

Here are a few of her strong view points:

  1. “It is not the federal government’s role to dictate health care choices and decisions to Americans.”
  2. “I think that for a child to be in a household  —  in a family in a household with a situation where the parents are not married, as in one man and one woman, is not the best household for a child … I’ve made it abundantly clear that I think that marriage is between a man and a woman.”
  3. “The bad guys have to be stopped. One of the 1st steps in stopping them is ending government funding to Planned Parenthood.”

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