FOIA Request Shows Feds Issued Warnings On Armed Pro-Trump Violence In Wake Of Mar-A-Lago Search

Bloomberg News reports:

Federal law enforcement officers scoured social media to identify threats to FBI buildings and agents and issued internal warnings about possibly armed protests in the days after the FBI searched former President Donald Trump’s Florida estate, according to emails and other records obtained by Bloomberg.

Intelligence officers at the Federal Protective Service, an arm of the US Department of Homeland Security that protects federal buildings, called for increased patrols and security around government properties and instructed law enforcement officers to remain in a “heightened state of vigilance at this time.”

“An attack on a federal facility can occur in a variety of ways and is only limited to the imagination of the individual(s) who are planning, coordinating and executing the attack,” the FPS said in an Aug. 10 information bulletin.

Read the full article. And still the FBI Cincinnati office was attacked.