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To say that you have to have matching political beliefs with someone in order to get along with them is not totally accurate. Sure, it helps but it isn’t exactly required.

For liberals, this past year has proven that if you don’t have the exact beliefs that they do that they will try to ruin your day at every possible turn. You have seen the videos of people minding their own business, eating dinner at an outdoor restaurant. If you don’t immediately agree with them they will do everything they can to terrorize you.

They are doing this to the young and to the old. Especially the old, because I have relatives that are still alive into their 90s, and if one of them got messed with because they didn’t conform to liberal beliefs quick enough I think i would have blown a gasket on those people.

The Department of Homeland Security has issued a warning about possible “ideologically motivated violence” and foreign interference ahead of the upcoming Georgia Senate runoff elections on January 5.

A Department of Homeland Security (DHS) memo from just before Christmas was obtained by Yahoo News. The memo outlines concerns about security in the Georgia elections, which will determine whether Democrats take control of both houses of Congress, or Republicans maintain their slim majority in the Senate.

“The Dec. 22 report, marked for official use only, says Georgia faces a ‘potentially heightened physical threat environment’ that could drive violence or threats of violence similar to those seen nationwide during the 2020 presidential and state election season. Incidents of violence in or near the state capitol in Atlanta, courts and other ‘symbolic political institutions’ could also negatively affect elected officials or election workers in Georgia,” the outlet reported.

“We further judge that violent extremists or other actors could quickly mobilize to violence or generate violent disruptions of otherwise lawful protests in response to a range of issues,” the report notes.

Yahoo also added that “the agency based its judgments on a review of national and local media coverage, relevant social media postings, state law enforcement officials detailing ‘ideologically motivated violence or threats of violence’ and several other ‘election violence assessments’ it ‘made over the past six months.’”

The report also discusses “threats made this month against individuals involved in Georgia’s audit and subsequent recount of votes cast in the presidential election, per local and national media coverage and law enforcement,” per Yahoo.

A senior communications director for the Republican National Committee suggested during an interview with Fox News that the DHS is concerned about left-wing agitators.

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