By Tyler Durden | 13 July 2016
ZERO HEDGE — When last night we previewed next week’s Republican National Convention, we noted the concern by one of the republicans who will actually participate: “one senior Republican National Committee official wrote that he is “concerned as heck about the potential for some homegrown violence/native ISIS type threat. If you want to make a statement in America, what better place to do it?”
Well, it may not be ISIS, but according to Reuters, the New Black Panther Party, a “black power” movement, will carry firearms for self-defense during rallies in Cleveland ahead of next week’s Republican convention, if allowed under Ohio law, the group’s chairman said.
The group revealed its plan to pack heat this weekend as police in Cleveland brace for an influx of groups that plan demonstrations before and during the presidential nominating convention. What makes this announcement a major cause for concern is that several other groups, including some supporters of Donald Trump, have said they will also carry weapons in Cleveland. […]