Former FBI Assistant Director Warns: Expect Anarchists to Cause Mayhem at Trump’s Tulsa Rally Tonight

Apparently the FBI has picked up the internet chatter of domestic terrorists…

Anyone who expects the Marxist-Anarchist movement to allow up to 1 million Trump backers to peacefully assemble and show their support for the president is likely to be sadly mistaken according to Former FBI assistant director Chris Swecker.

The stark contrast in optics between a large-scale peaceful assembly of Trump loyalists and the property destruction, looting, arson and physical assaults of recent far-left “protests” would be a blow to any hopes of unseating President Trump in November.

Democrat anarchists need to create mayhem so the narrative engineers at ABC, CBS, NBC, MSNBC, and CNN will have footage with which to craft their anti-Trump (and anti-Trump supporter) message.

Swecker warns the anarchists ahead of their descent into Tulsa that the vulnerabilities they seek to exploit will not be vulnerable at all.

(Fox News) Former FBI assistant director Chris Swecker told “The Ingraham Angle” Friday that officials in Tulsa, Okla. should be prepared for “the worst” and to expect “every manner of anarchist” and anti-Trump elements in the city ahead of Saturday’s scheduled campaign rally.

“What the public needs to understand and those that are coming to Tulsa need to understand is the inter-federal perimeter is controlled by the Secret Service. And they mean business,” Swecker warned. “They’re going to plan for the worst. They’re going to have, you know, a moderate level of police force showing.

“But there’s going to be a lot of resources out of sight and in the background. And they’re trained to deal with this type of thing,” he added.

Former secret service agent Dan Bongino took time during one of his recent podcasts to explain the difference in the approach of the secret service and local law enforcement agencies.

Bongino said that secret service agents are explicitly focused on protecting the POTUS.  They are conditioned to give their lives in that regard.  There won’t be any abandoning of their stations and there’s little to no concern for optics of community policing that well trained anarchists rely on.