A man from South Florida has reported that he received an email threatening him with consequences if he didn’t vote for Donald Trump in the next election.
Mark, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said he received the email on Tuesday. “At 3:14 pm I received an email that included my first and last name and a previous address, saying that they possessed all the information”, He recounted.
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“It’s a threat. You will vote for Trump on Election Day or we will go after you. I would take it very seriously if I were you“, He added about the content of the message that ended with” good luck. “
The sender is listed as the far-right group Proud Boys with the address [email protected]
Mark is not the only recipient of the email. According to reports, dozens of voters in Florida they have received the exact same message.
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However, a group leader in South Florida said he condemns the emails. The leader said the group has nothing to do with the emails and that it has been communicated with the Alachua County Supervisor of Elections Office in Gainesville. Many of the emails appear to have been sent to voters from there.
A post on the Facebook page of the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office said the emails appear to be a scam and that investigators are working with federal agents.