Pete Santilli broke the news the other night that we should expect the following story. Santilli read Project Veritas’s warning that we should expect the thought police. The warning bell came from a leaked report by an FBI Whistleblower of a weird memo, showing there was a plan to stifle discussion about the November midterm under cover of ‘election crimes.’
And now the story is breaking, and it is confirmed by multiple news sources to have happened, but the memo was not released to the public. According to media reports, the memo was circulated to ‘law enforcement partners.
This comes from the Daily Mail and CBS News.
“The U.S. government has warned of a ‘heightened threat’ to the midterm elections with the contests potential triggers for domestic extremist violence.
A joint intelligence bulletin obtained by CBS News appears to be the latest attempt by the Department of Homeland Security to draw attention to the threat posed by domestic violent extremism.
It is a shift from alerts about international terrorism that were a hallmark of the agency following its creation after the wake of the September 11, 2001, attacks.
‘ Potential targets of domestic violent extremism (DVE) violence include candidates running for public office, elected officials, election workers, political rallies, political party representatives, racial and religious minorities, or perceived ideological opponents,’ the bulletin, which was published on Friday, states.”
CBS News reported:
“Less than two weeks before the 2022 elections, the U.S. government is warning of a “heightened threat” to the midterm contests, fueled by a rise in domestic violent extremism, or DVE, and driven by ideological grievances and access to potential targets, according to a joint intelligence bulletin obtained by CBS News.
“Potential targets of DVE violence include candidates running for public office, elected officials, election workers, political rallies, political party representatives, racial and religious minorities, or perceived ideological opponents,” the bulletin, published Friday, stated.
“According to the memo distributed to law enforcement partners nationwide Friday, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), FBI, National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC), and U.S. Capitol Police (USCP) predict that “violence will largely be dependent on drivers such as personalized ideological grievances and the accessibility of potential targets throughout the election cycle.” Intelligence analysts assess that the “most plausible” threat ahead of Election Day comes from “lone offenders who leverage election-related issues to justify violence,” with many individuals still amplifying false narratives of fraud that date back to the 2020 general election.
Analysts cautioned that government officials and personnel, “including candidates in the midterm election and officials involved in administering elections,” will likely remain “attractive targets” to those motivated by debunked claims of election fraud that have spread online. U.S. Capitol Police have reported a “sharp increase” of threats against members of Congress in recent years and notably documented 9,600 direct or indirect threats in 2021 alone.
IMPORTANT TO NOTE- this memo was not made public to the American people, according to the Department of Homeland Security website- which at the time of press, showed no update about any such memo.
On Saturday morning, Santilli spoke about the confusing amount of information on social media about the very confusing details in the Pelosi story.