It is being referred to as “community outreach”.
Randy Cunningham was in his garden when two Cleveland detectives knocked on the door of his Cleveland home recently to question him about his protest plans for the Republican National Convention…
As my colleague, Andrew Tobias, first reported last week, the law enforcement investigators are visiting the homes of local activists in an effort the FBI described – in Orwellian terms — as “community outreach,” aimed at making the convention “safe and secure.”
Totally reassuring isn’t it?
Considering the FBI organizes almost all terror plots in this country?
The police in Cleveland have also said they have “a very robust pre-convention intelligence team”.
You have to wonder… is this all standard, above board precautions or something else? What exactly are they attempting to pop off at the RNC?
I say that because news also came out today that the city has just altered the areas where protesters are allowed to march, putting them much closer to GOP candidates. In addition, any homeless people inside the march area will be counted as “residents” and allowed to have items that protesters would not, including sleeping bags and tents.
Feels like a set up.
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