DHS Warns of ‘Increasing’ Threat of Violence from ‘Trump Conspiracy’ – Then Admits No Evidence of Plot


ABC News has obtained a bulletin just released by the Department of Homeland Security Office of Intelligence and Analysis.

The DHS bulletin alleges the agency has seen “an increasing but modest level of activity online” by Trump supporters who believe President Joe Biden won the presidency because of fraud. It states, “Some conspiracy theories associated with reinstating former President Trump have included calls for violence if desired outcomes are not realized,” according to the ABC report.

A senior DHS official cited in the bulletin said, “Over the last few days what has occurred is there’s been much more public visibility, meaning the discussions and these theories have migrated away from being contained within the conspiracy and extremist online communities, to where they’re being the topic of discussion on web forums, or more public web forums, and even within the sort of media ecosystem.”

The department does not have any actual proof that there is a “plot imminent,” according to ABC.

Sound familiar?


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