Links graciously provided by Gates of Vienna.
First, claims of hacked emails detailing plans by Marxist groups to cause trouble in Cleveland.
[This post originally appeared at Fellowship of the Minds on July 5. The information imparted takes on added significance in the wake of the widely-reported targeting of Dallas police officers on July 7 by black assailant Micah Xavier Johnson, who “‘said he was upset about the recent police shootings’” and ‘”at white people,’” according to Dallas Police Chief David Brown. ‘”He said he wanted to kill white people, especially white officers.’” -Ed.]
U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch is coordinating with Democratic activists to so disrupt the upcoming Republican and Democratic National Conventions that martial law will be declared.
That’s the stunning discovery revealed in a series of direct messages between three activists.
On Friday, June 10, 2016, someone hacked into the Twitter account of #BlackLivesMatter (BLM) leader and former Baltimore mayoral candidate DeRay McKesson. McKesson later confirmed the hack to The Baltimore Sun.
On June 11, 2016, a Twitterer who calls himself The Saint (@TheSaintNegro) tweeted a direct-message conversation on June 10 between KcKesson and another BLM leader Johnetta Elzie (Netta), in which the two discussed talking with Attorney General Loretta Lynch about plans to bring on martial law by causing chaos at the upcoming Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, and the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, PA, so as to keep Obama in office.
The above may or may not be true, and if true, may or may not come to pass. But it seems worth looking into and considering.
And then from Liberty Unyielding:
More than two weeks ago – before the massacre of police in Dallas – Breitbart Texas reported a warning from the president of the Cleveland police union, Steve Loomis. Cops and convention-goers, said Loomis, will be “sitting ducks” at the Republican National Convention, which begins on 18 July, a week from Monday, at Quicken Loans Arena.
Loomis and the Cleveland Police Patrolmen’s Association were worried that the city leadership hasn’t been taking the acknowledged threat of large scale rioting seriously.
The police union head charges that the mayor of Cleveland “just does not get it.” He adds that “Command staff has arrogantly dismissed concerns of officials from FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency).”
The hope of augmentation from police departments across the country hasn’t materialized, in spite of a $50 million special-event grant from the federal government to cover things like deployment expenses.
Problems include the fact that riot gear for the police force was ordered very late – and apparently, when Lana Shadwick reported on 22 June, had still not arrived in Cleveland. (Philadelphia’s police, by contrast, have had their riot gear for the Democratic convention for seven months. That allows them to train with it and adjust it for fit and functionality.)