Florida state of emergency declared for white nationalist

Spencer, a leader of the so-called “alt-right” movement, is due to give a speech Thursday at the University of Florida in Gainesville, a town of some 130,000. Spencer was involved in and spoke at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia in August that triggered a weekend of clashes. The University of Florida agreed to host Spencer in the name of free speech, but indicated he was not invited to give the talk. Citing past clashes and protests, Florida Gov. Rick Scott on Monday, Oct. 16, 2017, declared a state of emergency in advance of a speech by Spencer, which is scheduled to give at the University of Florida on Thursday. Spencer participated in a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, that led to deadly violence in August. Scott said he declared the emergency after discussing Spencer’s speech with Alachua County Sheriff Sadie Darnell. However, Spencer expressed concern that the emergency declaration could be used as a pretext for blocking his speech. He noted that Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe had declared a state of emergency on the day of the Charlottesville rally before Spencer and others could speak. University of Florida officials said it was the violence in Virginia that led them to reject a request from Spencer and his National Policy Institute, a white nationalist think tank, to allow him to speak in September.

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White nationalist Richard Spencer is scheduled to speak at the University of Florida on Oct. 19. Sun Sentinel Editorial Board members discusses Richard Spencer, the white supremacist that will speak at the University of Florida. Rick Scott (R) has declared a state of emergency in a Florida county ahead of a planned speech by white nationalist leader Richard Spencer. Spencer is scheduled to speak at the University of Florida campus in Gainesville on Thursday. The state’s Republican governor warned in an executive order Monday that a “threat of a potential emergency is imminent” in Alachua County, in north Florida. Spencer participated in a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, that led to deadly violence in August. Citing past clashes and protests, Florida Gov. Rick Scott on Monday, Oct. 16, 2017, declared a state of emergency in advance of a speech by Spencer, which is scheduled to give at the University of Florida on Thursday. Spencer, who runs the National Policy Institute, was initially supposed to speak at the University of Florida in September. Scott said he declared the emergency after discussing Spencer’s speech with Alachua County Sheriff Sadie Darnell. Spencer’s speech at the University of Florida will be his first on a college campus since he attended a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville. However, Spencer expressed concern that the emergency declaration could be used as a pretext for blocking his speech. He noted that Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe had declared a state of emergency on the day of the Charlottesville rally before Spencer and others could speak.

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Scott’s office said that is enough to trigger an emergency declaration that allows state and local law enforcement to coordinate resources from law enforcement agencies across the state. Citing past clashes and protests, Florida Gov. Rick Scott on Monday, Oct. 16, 2017, declared a state of emergency in advance of a speech by Spencer, which is scheduled to give at the University of Florida on Thursday. Scott warned in an executive order Monday that a “threat of a potential emergency is imminent” in Alachua County, in north Florida. The state’s Republican governor warned in an executive order Monday that a “threat of a potential emergency is imminent” in Alachua County, in north Florida. The declaration put state authorities in charge of tamping down and responding to violence. Spencer’s speech at the University of Florida will be his first on a college campus since he attended a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville. Scott warned in an executive order Monday that a “threat of a potential emergency is imminent” in Alachua County, in north Florida. The University of Florida said that it was charging the organization $10,564 for rent and security inside the theater but that it couldn’t charge it for any additional security costs. Scott said he declared the emergency after discussing Spencer’s speech with Alachua County Sheriff Sadie Darnell. Spencer participated in a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, that led to deadly violence in August. However, Spencer expressed concern that the emergency declaration could be used as a pretext for blocking his speech. He noted that Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe had declared a state of emergency on the day of the Charlottesville rally before Spencer and others could speak. Sun Sentinel Editorial Board members discusses Richard Spencer, the white supremacist that will speak at the University of Florida.

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Rick Scott (R) has declared a state of emergency in a Florida county ahead of a planned speech by white nationalist leader Richard Spencer. Spencer is scheduled to speak at the University of Florida campus in Gainesville on Thursday. The state’s Republican governor warned in an executive order Monday that a “threat of a potential emergency is imminent” in Alachua County, in north Florida. Spencer, who runs the National Policy Institute, was initially supposed to speak at the University of Florida in September. The declaration put state authorities in charge of tamping down and responding to violence. Spencer’s speech at the University of Florida will be his first on a college campus since he attended a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville. The University of Florida said that it was charging the organization $10,564 for rent and security inside the theater but that it couldn’t charge it for any additional security costs. He noted that Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe had declared a state of emergency on the day of the Charlottesville rally before Spencer and others could speak. University of Florida officials said it was the violence in Virginia that led them to reject a request from Spencer and his National Policy Institute, a white nationalist think tank, to allow him to speak in September. Doreece Hines was arrested Oct. 5 on suspicion of two counts of falsifying records. White nationalist Richard Spencer is scheduled to speak at the University of Florida on Oct. 19. Sun Sentinel Editorial Board members discusses Richard Spencer, the white supremacist that will speak at the University of Florida.

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Scott warned in an executive order Monday that a “threat of a potential emergency is imminent” in Alachua County, in north Florida. Citing past clashes and protests, Florida Gov. Rick Scott on Monday, Oct. 16, 2017, declared a state of emergency in advance of a speech by Spencer, which is scheduled to give at the University of Florida on Thursday. Scott warned in an executive order Monday that a “threat of a potential emergency is imminent” in Alachua County, in north Florida. Scott issued the order at the request of law enforcement authorities in Gainesville. Scott said he declared the emergency after discussing Spencer’s speech with Alachua County Sheriff Sadie Darnell. Spencer’s speech at the University of Florida will be his first on a college campus since he attended a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville. Scott said he declared the emergency after discussing Spencer’s speech with Alachua County Sheriff Sadie Darnell. He noted that Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe had declared a state of emergency on the day of the Charlottesville rally before Spencer and others could speak. White nationalist Richard Spencer is scheduled to speak at the University of Florida on Oct. 19. Rick Scott (R) has declared a state of emergency in a Florida county ahead of a planned speech by white nationalist leader Richard Spencer.

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Las Vegas Shooting Security Guard Jesus Campos Disappears Without A Trace After Bailing On TV Interviews

NEW BOMBSHELL: Jesus Campos alerted hotel security about a gunman on 32, BEFORE the shooting began. Police in Las Vegas have said Campos first encountered Paddock when he checked on a door alarm on the 32nd floor and heard the sound of drilling. Follow @bjoseph1 on Twitter. Follow @JournalismSandy on Twitter. Follow @mike_brunker on Twitter. No reason to bait security before shooting. Very odd he had no real reason to shoot mag dumps on a unarmed security guard. He alerted security after he was shot, but before the festival shooting occurred. He alerted security 5-6 minutes before the shooting started. Guy starts shooting through door/wall at security guard and then the above. Only a few leaked photos and a video.

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Las Vegas Shooting Security Guard Jesus Campos Disappears Without A Trace After Bailing On TV Interviews