Mail-Bombs sent to WH, Obama, Clintons and CNN

Mail-Bombs sent to WH, Obama, Clintons, and CNN

By Ariel Rivera-Diaz

October 24th, 2018

 

 

Multiple suspicious packages sent to the White House, Barack Obama, the Clintons, and the CNN New York office. CNN reported that they had to evacuate their NY offices after receiving a fire alarm notice. Footage of the fire alarm below:

On October 25th, packages were sent to Joe Biden’s residence and Robert De Niro’s restaurant.

No one claimed responsibility for the attacks, however, the NYPD confirms that the person responsible is in Florida. This act of violence is unacceptable and the people behind this act will face justice. The use of fear and violence is never an option in society. This attack is an attack on free speech, civility must not be brought back into politics. The RNHA condemn these violent acts and do not stand by the suppression of our valuable first amendment right. Fear will never will.

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Ariel Rivera-Diaz ran for State Assembly in the 2018 NYS Elections. He served as Bronx Borough Coordinator for 2017 NYC Mayoral Candidate Nicole Malliotakis. Ariel is an active member of the Bronx GOP and has assisted in grassroots efforts to increase civic engagement among voters. He is a recipient of the James H. Hackett Oratory Award in high school.

Ariel Rivera

NY State Chairman and Columnist at Republican National Hispanic Assembly
Ariel Rivera-Diaz ran for State Assembly in the 2018 NYS Elections. He served as Bronx Borough Coordinator for 2017 NYC Mayoral Candidate Nicole Malliotakis. Ariel has traveled to Nicaragua as a volunteer to help teach people English and rebuild a mental health hospital for children. Ariel is an active member of the Bronx GOP and has assisted in grassroots efforts to increase civic engagement among voters. He is a recipient of the James H. Hackett Oratory Award.
Ariel Rivera

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