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GOP Governor’s home raided after shocking bomb threat

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Democrats have officially lost their minds. They’re willing to commit violence to achieve their agenda.

And now a GOP Governor’s home was raided after a shocking bomb threat.

Ever since the 2020 BLM riots, the Left has given the green light to its mob to use any means – even violence – to accomplish their agenda.

“Once someone doesn’t have access to clean water, they have no choice but to riot,” Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said in the wake of the unrest.

Her justification and that of others opened the door to what we’re seeing now.

Georgia Lt. Gov. Burt Jones looks to be the latest Republican lawmaker to face “swatting,” according to a social media post he made on Thursday.

The alleged “swatting” scenario — when law enforcement responds to fake charges of a violent incident at an unsuspecting person’s home — comes on the heels of many other stories of fraudulent 911 calls involving largely Republican politicians since last week.

“Last night, my home was ‘swatted’. This morning, a bomb threat was called to my office. Thankfully everyone is safe, and I commend our local law enforcement officers for their professionalism,” Jones wrote on X.

According to The Post, the bomb threat was made to Jones’ Jackson, Ga., district office, and the matter is being probed by the Georgia Bureau of Investigations and the FBI.

“Let me be clear — I will not be intimidated by those attempting to silence me. We will put an end to this madness. We are in full compliance with law enforcement, and I am confident that those responsible will be brought to justice and be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law,” Jones added.

The GBI’s Cyber Unit “is working closely with our local, state, and federal partners to determine who is responsible for the recent swatting incidents of several Georgia lawmakers,” the agency said in a statement to The Washington Post.

Since last week, bogus 911 calls have been targeting states and cities around the country.

On Christmas Day, police were called to Rep. Majorie Taylor Greene’s (R-GA) home after a guy contacted a suicide hotline claiming to have shot his fiancée at the far-right politician’s home and threatening to kill himself.

According to Fox 5 Atlanta, Republican Georgia state Sens. John Albers, Kay Kirkpatrick, and Clint Dixon, as well as Democrat Kim Jackson, were all “swatted” on Christmas Day.

Rep. Brandon Williams (R-NY) was similarly “swatted” on Christmas Day in upstate New York, only hours after Greene’s home was also visited by local law authorities.

Senator Rick Scott (R-Fla.) became the third Republican member of Congress to be “swatted” during this week’s holiday recess when police arrived to his Naples, Fla., house on the same night Jones alleged law enforcement authorities were summoned to his home.

Boston Mayor Michelle Wu, a Democrat, was “swatted” two weeks after hosting a contentious holiday party for the city council’s non-white members.

According to local authorities, police also came to Republican Ohio state Rep. Kevin D. Miller’s home the day after Christmas after receiving false claims of a gunshot.

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