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Emails threatening voters to ’vote for Trump’ linked to overseas servers

Emails threatening voters to ’vote for Trump’ linked to overseas servers

Some voters in a county in Florida and across several states have reported receiving emails from a group, threatening to ’come after’ them unless they vote for President Trump. However, an examination of the messages shows they were sent via servers located overseas. The emails appeared to come from the group The Proud Boys, and showed a ’from’ address of

Seekster 0 months

The emails are actually more likely to hurt Trump. The standard American reaction to being told to do something or else is to say "F you I will do what I want!"

Shane Olson
Shane Olson 1 months

Oh I see, after the media lied saying proud boys were white supremacists they are now lying about them being Trump’s goons. Why would the Proud Boys do something like this? Obviously it’s fake.

JustSomeGuy 0 months

I don't believe for one second this was the proud boys... Which side favors doxxing and murderer their opponents. Let's remember who the real terrorists are. Trump supporters sent letters threating to have thier house burnt down.

ConcealCarryProtect 0 months

Don't like the proud boys, but honestly, this seems like a false flag entirely. Irs beast and stupid and even the most idiotic person would know it wouldn't work, unless, it does the opposite and convinces people NOT to vote for Trump. That's the only benefit I see to it.

Lenwë 0 months

Tbh, sounds like what lefties would do. Does not sound like the MO of the right

Freedom Nuggets
Freedom Nuggets 0 months

Same old story as all those big brain hate hoaxes. "The evil maga supporter spray painted Nazi symbols on my house and burned a cross in my yard" and it's literally, always a Democrat.

IvoryDove 0 months

This is exactly what a Russian / Democrat disinformation campaign would look like.

John W
John W 0 months

Yes the anti facists knock the teeth out of the face of a black man for sponsoring a free speech rally. Call him the n word. Antifa attacker charged with hate crime. Yet supposedly tge proud boys are racists. Video of incident. On Monday, SFPD officers arrested a 35-year-old suspect from Watsonville, identified as Adroa Anderson. Officials say the suspect was taken into custody in Oakland and booked on charges of mayhem and hate crime enhancement. Proud boys said they will protest thus attack on a black snd call it. We're going to call it the 'Demand Free Teeth Rally'. Black Trump supporter's teeth knocked out by Antifa and BLM members at free speech rally, Twitter bans his account “You knocked a Black man’s teeth out. You knocked my teeth out. But you’re here saying Black lives matter. That makes no sense,” said Philip Anderson

eddy yetty
eddy yetty 0 months

This is so obviously ment to smear the Republicans. It's almost like the Jessie Smollett thing, it's such a caricature of what uninformed people think trump supporters are, that you would have to have the mind of a child to think this is actually from the Republicans

(Un)Fortunate Son
(Un)Fortunate Son 0 months

Don’t believe the proud boys would do this for a second. They’re not a white supremacy trump group.

Jerry Mandering
Jerry Mandering 0 months

I’m more concerned about the letters sent to Trump supporters in New Hampshire, threatening to burn their homes down if they vote Trump.

porcus 0 months

HaHa! What a childishly easy thing to spoof, lol. This is OBVIOUSLY not from the Proud Boys, and the emails did not originate from them but instead had their from address spoofed. It is super easy to do and does not take any technical skills whatsoever. :D

Rational ific
Rational ific 0 months

Sure. They will use their own "from" address. The Proud Boys have a huge overseas continent. Not at all a psy-op.

Mozgus 0 months

So now tell us who's sending threatening letters to Trump donors? People are using to target homes.

Judi Em
Judi Em 0 months

They originated from a private email server located in Hillary's basement and routed through her buddies countries.

Amoneywilson 0 months

The claim of foreign emails from a domestic group in USA. That sounds like an oxymoron.

Burger 0 months

The proud boys can only count to 20.5, and to do that they have to take their pants off.

Elaine 0 months

Did anyone read the article? This was sent to registered Democrats in Florida, for the most part, 1 in Alaska, and a couple in Arizona, I believe. Voter registration forms in Florida, with certain information, are public.

William 0 months

It probably was a proxy server, the original sender was probably from inside the US. If I was to do something like that I would use as many foreign proxies as possible to make it as difficult as possible to locate me

John W
John W 0 months

Why send emails from overseas, but then take credit by plastering Proud boys all over it. I you actually believe it's really Proud boys, you are easily duped. Or just like the fake narratives.

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