Authorities tracking suspicious letters sent to election officials

by ian

Georgia counties were on high alert yesterday.

Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger sent out a warning that someone mailed a fentanyl-laced letter to a Fulton County election office. Raffensperger called the act “domestic terrorism.”

And it’s not just Georgia. Fentanyl-laced envelopes were also discovered in Washington state, prompting evacuations at four of its election offices.

One of the letters read “End elections now” and featured left-wing symbols including a pride progress flag and a pentagram. Authorities are also tracking suspicious letters sent to offices in Nevada, California, and Oregon.