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Explosion of liberal terrorist threats driving security costs to record highs

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Row 1 (L-R) Brittany Mooreman, Emily Gillespie, Harlan Paknau. Row 2 (L-R) James Dominic, Joshua Phillips, Kristopher Wyrick, Levi Smith. Row 3 (L-R) Rachael Lea Moore, Sean Hines,
Seth Vasquez, Yesenia Mendez. (Alameda County Sheriff)

Last year’s electoral loss to Donald Trump has driven liberalism to new heights of insanity and violence, forcing federal agencies to spend record amounts on security to counter assassination threats.

In response to liberal terrorist and assassination threats, the Environmental Protection Agency has been forced to spend $2 million on additional security for Administrator Scott Pruitt, AOL reports.

“Salaries for Pruitt’s new security detail will cost at least $2 million per year, and that doesn’t include costs for training, equipment and travel — all coming as the Trump administration plans to cut the EPA’s budget by 30 percent,” AOL reports. “The EPA’s inspector general’s office says that Pruitt has received more death threats than any of his predecessors and has launched more than 70 investigations into threats against him and others.”

That news broke as yet another liberal activist was arrested for assaulting a Republican lawmaker.  Liberal Rene Boucher is in police custody after tackling and punching his neighbor, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul, in a politically-motivated attack.

According to American Liberty PAC’s Liberal Violence Database, Paul is the 35th Republican lawmaker to be assaulted, threatened with death, or shot since May.

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