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Congressman Accused of Making Bomb Threat Confirms He Called Anti-Amnesty Group’s Office

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Republican Virginia Rep. Scott Taylor confirms that he called the offices of the anti-amnesty group NumbersUSA, which has been critical of Taylor’s support for passing a permanent legislative solution for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients. Taylor is seen by insiders as Speaker Paul Ryan’s informal whip for passing an amnesty bill before the end of the year.

Multiple sources close to NumbersUSA confirmed to Big League Politics that Taylor made multiple angry phone calls to the group’s office, and in the latter conversation asked for the group’s address and threatened to “blow up” the office.

Taylor confirms that he called NumbersUSA, but denies that he ever made a bomb threat. He defends himself by saying, “Why would they call a political blog instead of the police?”

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It is entirely possible that NumbersUSA did not actually believe a sitting congressman would literally blow up their office, and thus no call to the police would have been required. However, the story underscores Ryan’s allies’ anger toward anti-amnesty crusaders.

Taylor and his office have not responded to Big League Politics’ requests for comment.

Big League Politics reported:

Republican Rep. Scott Taylor phoned the offices of the anti-illegal immigration nonprofit group NumbersUSA and threatened to “blow up” the group’s offices for criticizing his position on amnesty.

Sources familiar with House Speaker Paul Ryan’s whip operation tell Big League Politics that Taylor, the first-term congressman from Virginia’s Second District, is informally responsible for whipping votes to preserve President Obama’s DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) program. NumbersUSA criticized Taylor and encouraged its followers to call his office. The nonprofit group sent around a letter that Taylor signed alongside 33 other Republicans urging Speaker Ryan for “passing of a permanent legislative solution for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients before the end of the year.”

Then things got nasty.

A source close to NumbersUSA told Big League Politics that Rep. Scott Taylor called NumbersUSA’s office last Friday “screaming profanities at them” after the group disseminated the letter. The source claimed that NumbersUSA did “nothing else” to agitate Taylor, merely sent around the letter.

On Wednesday, Rep. Taylor called again “asking for their physical address and threatened to blow up their offices,” according to the source. Multiple sources close to NumbersUSA confirmed the statement on the phone call.

The feud between Taylor and NumbersUSA is evident based on Taylor’s Facebook page, where he posted about the group last Wednesday, the day of the first alleged phone call to the group’s offices.

“This bottom feeding Washington group, NumbersUSA, is being completely disingenuous with this BS Ad. This is a group that raises money off people’s fears. Never have I written or stated support for Obama’s amnesty. This group told me they believe kids/young adults in the program should be deported back to countries they do not know and were not raised in. They were told my position,” Taylor wrote on his Facebook page, showing an image of a NumbersUSA ad slamming Taylor.

“Thirty-four Republicans in the House of Representatives signed a letter to House Speaker Paul Ryan calling for passage of a permanent DACA amnesty before the end of the year. Reps. Scott Taylor (R-Va.) and Dan Newhouse (R-Wash.) led the effort,” according to NumbersUSA’s website.

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Chinese Billionaire Dissident Leaking Hunter Biden Emails Says There Will Be “10,000” More Pictures After Sex Tape

Wang Ding Gang is releasing Biden emails.

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A Chinese billionaire who published a tape of Hunter Biden seemingly engaging in a sex act while smoking crack cocaine on Saturday warned that more than 10,000 pictures and more videos would be released.

Wang Ding Gang is the founder of Lude Media and the Whistle Blower Movement, both of which are staunch critics of China’s ruling Communist Party. He appears to have been made privy to the contents of the infamous Hunter Biden laptop, which he published on his website.

Gang announced that much more would be coming on his Parler account.

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As a reminder, Hunter Biden was never “hacked.” He legally and carelessly forfeited his laptop to the owner of a Delaware computer repair store, according to the terms of an agreement he signed with the store’s owner.

There are certainly privacy implications to be considered in release of this kind of content, but Hunter Biden is no mere private figure, having used his connections to his Vice President father to leverage significant business dealings in Ukraine and seemingly China for his own benefit.

Biden is identifiable visually and through his tone of voice in at least several of the videos.

Who knows what can be used to compromise Hunter Biden in the event that his father is elected President. Both men continue to meekly look the other way, refusing to address the email scandal.

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