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Home Alex Jones Radio Show News Multimedia Forum Store Contact Top Stories Breaking News Search Advertise Obama Supporters Continue Threats To Riot, Assassinate Romney Secret Service attention fails to dampen violent Twitter comments Paul Joseph Watson Infowars.com October 23, 2012   Despite the issue garnering a significant amount of media interest as well as the attention of the Secret Service, Obama supporters continued their threats to riot and assassinate Mitt Romney if Obama lo
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   Home Alex Jones Radio Show News Multimedia ForumStoreContact Top StoriesBreaking NewsSearch Advertise Obama Supporters Continue Threats To Riot, AssassinateRomney    Secret Service attention fails to dampen violent Twitter comments Paul Joseph Watson  Infowars.comOctober 23, 2012Despite the issue garnering a significant amount of media interest as well as the attention of theSecret Service, Obama supporters continued their threats to riot and assassinate Mitt Romney if Obama loses in the aftermath of last night ’ s presidential debate. As we reported last week , Twitter has been flooded recently with violent comments from Obamasupporters. The increase in volume of the comments seemed to coincide with Romney  ’ s pollnumbers edging higher against Obama.Not only have Obama voters been making open threats that they will riot and cause mayhem, they  have also been caught making direct threats to assassinate Mitt Romney, prompting the SecretService to announce that it was “ aware ” of the threats and would “ conduct appropriate follow up if necessary. ”   Despite the fact that the media reported extensively on threats made against Obama prior to the2008 election, their silence on the threats made against Romney has been deafening. Indeed, the actof a few old guys hanging up empty chairs in reference to Clint Eastwood ’s RNC speech garneredsubstantially more coverage and concern from the press compared to hundreds if not thousands of  tweets threatening violence against Mitt Romney. Americans who simply display political signs expressing opposition to Obama ’s policies have beentreated as potential violent threats by authorities in the past, and yet not a single Twitter user hasfaced retribution for making direct and sometimes graphic death threats against Romney.Leftists routinely cry foul and attempt to demonize conservatives as violent extremists wheneveronline rhetoric gets heated, and yet when their own engage in even worse conduct, their behavior isabsolved and the media is disinterested.Before the Secret Service announced they were investigating the threats, Obama front group Think Progressattempted to imply that the whole story was somehow a racist contrivance dreamed up by  the Drudge Report and Infowars.Here are just a selection of tweets from Obama supporters threatening riots and violence during andafter last night ’ s foreign policy debate. There are too many to reprint in full.If the Secret Service does plan on following this up, they are going to be very busy indeed.          RELATED:Tweets Reveal Obama Supporters Fueled by ‘ Racial Hatred ’ RELATED:Establishment Plays Race Card to Bury Violent Threats by ObamaSupporters  *********************  Paul Joseph Watson is the editor and writer for Prison Planet.com. He is the author of Order Out Of Chaos. Watson is also a regular fill-in host for The Alex Jones Show and Infowars Nightly News.   Tags:domestic news  Share this article: Print this page.     INFOWARS.COM VIDEOS:
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