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“No comment,” Jackson said when approached by a reporter at 1221 Fairmount Ave., in the city’s 14th Ward, where he lurked on Election Day in 2008.Follow the 2012 Pennsylvania state race on Fox One voter who didn't mind Jackson's presence was Robin Spriggs, 50. "It doesn't matter the color, the creed or anything like that. “If [Clinton’s] in office, I hope we can start a coup. That’s how I feel about it,” Dan Bowman, a 50-year-old contractor, told the Globe. There is also fear in open-carry states that Trump supporters will be armed as they attempt to intimidate voters. Related Story: Trump Stokes Fears of Voter Fraud, Calls on Supporters to Watch ‘Others’ Meanwhile, if Trump does not win the election, some of his supporters openly and on the record discussed violent rebellion and assassination with the Boston Globe. I would do whatever I can for my country.” Bowman then placed a Trump mask on his face and posed for pictures, according to the Globe.
The story never added up and was dismissed by a broad and bipartisan group of media and political figures.The more Trump sees his chances of victory in November slipping away, the louder and more frequently he tells his supporters that the election is “rigged” and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton will steal the presidency with the help of “illegals,” “international bankers” (a dog whistle referring to Jews) and “the inner cities.” “I hear too many bad stories, and we can’t lose an election because of you know what I’m talking about,” Trump said at a rally earlier this month. “We’re going to have a revolution and take them out of office if that’s what it takes. Late last week, two Trump supporters openly carrying firearms sat outside the campaign office of a Democratic congressional candidate in Virginia for nearly 12 hours, according to a local CBS affiliate, causing volunteers in the office to feel intimidated.“So, go and vote and then go check out areas because a lot of bad things happen, and we don’t want to lose for that reason.” Trump has made similar remarks at other recent rallies, fervently encouraging his supporters to become “Election observers” to “Help Me Stop Crooked Hillary From Rigging This Election! And Trump’s followers are more than willing to comply, openly saying they will intimidate voters based on race and ethnicity. I’m going to go, for sure,” Steve Webb, a 61-year-old carpenter from Fairfield, Ohio, told the Boston Globe. Su Wolff, a volunteer for candidate Jane Dittmar, said one of the Trump supporters “turned sideways to be sure that we would see that he has an open carry gun, which is legal, it’s fine, but it’s intimidating.” Holding Trump signs and one wearing a red “Make America Great Again” hat, the individuals said they were protesting Clinton and were there “to provide a voice for someone who might be closet supporters of Trump.” U. Customs and Border Patrol plans to use a 2005 anti-terror law to avoid environmental impact study for a section of Trump’s border wall that will pass through a Texas national refuge for endangered ocelots.On Election Day 2008, two members of the New Black Panther Party appeared outside a polling station in Philadelphia, with one of them carrying a club.The Department of Justice (DOJ) under then-President George W.