FBI warns extremist letters may encourage violence
These letters clearly have, as their intent, the desire to cause exteme animosity towards the government.
WASHINGTON – An intelligence note obtained by The Associated Press is warning police officials that an anti-government group's call to remove dozens of sitting governors may encourage others to act out violently.
A group that calls itself the Guardians of the free Republics has a plan to "restore America" by peacefully dismantling parts of the government, according to its Web site.
As of March 31, more than 30 governors have received letters demanding they leave office within three days or they will be removed, according to an internal intelligence note by the and the .
Investigators do not see threats of violence in the group's message, but fear the broad call for removing top state officials could inspire others to act out violently.
The expression of extreme antipathy towards the government is protected speech.
It's not like these people are discussing replacing our current form of government. Instead, they are simply talking about replacing our current government, the people we elected to serve us.
It's not like these people are talking about replacing the Constitution with Sharia law.
Now, that would be something for our government to concern themselves with. Because that is SEDITION.
But, our government doesn't care about the Islamic Seditionists.
And so, we must live with them.
Until, one day, when we replace our government with a government who does care about our Constitution, and then all who advocate Sedition, in the name of Islam, will be locked up in prison, and the key will be thrown away.