Two men who claim to be part of the Oath Keepers, which rejects militia, white supremacist and racist labels. Photo: EPA Two men who claim to be part of the Oath Keepers, which rejects militia, white supremacist and racist labels. Photo: EPA
Two men who claim to be part of the Oath Keepers, which rejects militia, white supremacist and racist labels. Photo: EPA

US election 2020: what if armed, far-right groups go to polls as Americans vote?

  • With political tensions running high, protesters from a variety of groups could clash at polling places and protest sites
  • The Department of Homeland Security warned that anti-government groups could carry out attacks

Topic |   US Presidential Election 2020
Two men who claim to be part of the Oath Keepers, which rejects militia, white supremacist and racist labels. Photo: EPA Two men who claim to be part of the Oath Keepers, which rejects militia, white supremacist and racist labels. Photo: EPA
Two men who claim to be part of the Oath Keepers, which rejects militia, white supremacist and racist labels. Photo: EPA
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