Georgia GOP candidate receives suspicious package with letters, substance

UPDATE: In developing news, Georgia GOP 6th district candidate, Karen Handel, received a suspicious package with threatening letters and unknown substance, according to the Roswell Police Department.

“This afternoon, we had some suspicious packages delivered to our house and to our neighbors, “Handel said.

“The packages contained threatening letters and a suspicious substance. The police were quickly notified and street is now being blocked off. We will continue to coordinate with law enforcement as necessary, ”said Handel.

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This latest incident comes one day after Rep. Steve Scalise, R-La., and three others were shot while practicing for a charity baseball game in Alexandria, Virginia.

Also, Rep. Claudia Tenney (R-NY) received an email stating “one down, 216 to go…” after House Majority Steve Scalise (R-LA) was critically wounded, Fox News reported.

The sender was apparently referring to the 217 House Republicans who recently voted for a bill to replace ObamaCare.

“Did you NOT expect this?” the person wrote, accusing Republicans of taking away “ordinary people’s” health care.

Since the shooting at the charity baseball game in Alexandria, Virginia, several democratic socialists on the Facebook page, Occupy Democrats, said that since this happened to Republicans, it served them right.

On June 20, Handel faces Democrat liberal, Jon Offsoff in a runoff for the 6th Congressional Seat in Georgia that was vacated by U.S. Congressman Tom Price, who was chosen to be the 23rd United States Secretary of Health and Human Services under the Trump administration.

The Handel incident investigation is on-going and the safety of Handel and her family will be in our prayers here at the Conservative Firing Line.

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