Authorities Stop Poisoned Package Mailed to President Trump

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The recent passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg has led to some various new twists in politics.
Ginsberg’s now empty seat triggered a fierce, ongoing debate between the GOP and Democrats about who should fill the seat and when it should be filled. Republicans have signified that they will move to occupy Ginsberg’s seat as early as next week; meanwhile, Democrats believe the duty of this replacement should rest in the hands of the next president.

Upon learning that President Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell plan to fill Ginsberg’s seat as soon as possible, leftists and Democrats went on shocking social media tirades.
Various tweets involving declarations of war, vows to burn down Congress, and threats to execute the Senate Majority Leader spread like wildfire on Friday and Saturday.
Now, information from Fox News confirms that authorities caught and stopped a package containing the poison known as ricin meant for President Trump.

A Closer Look at the Ricin Package Sent to President Trump

Thanks to the work of U.S. Postal Inspection Service, Secret Service, and other authorities, the ricin package did not make its way to the president as intended.
Yesterday afternoon, the FBI announced its investigation of “a suspicious letter” that arrived at a federal mail office. The FBI also assured Americans that the letter didn’t pose a threat to public safety; however, the timing of the mailed poison package is a little too convienient.

Although the ricin-filled envelope allegedly entered from Canada, its arrival at a U.S. federal mail office comes after the death of Ginsberg. Furthermore, leftist social media posts continue to indicate strong fears of a conservative justice to assume Ginsberg’s seat.

A New Supreme Court Selection

Despite the Democrats’ threats of arson and murder, the show must go on.
On Saturday, President Trump announced that a “very talented, very brilliant woman” will be his pick to fill the late Ginsberg’s seat. This specific name of Trump’s selection is furthermore set to arrive later this week.
While rallying with supporters in North Carolina, the president paid respect and homage to the late justice; citing Ginsberg as a “tremendous inspiration” to many Americans, Trump stated that her legacy maintains, despite certain people who may disagree with her.
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