According to the British “Sun” report, on Tuesday local time, a polling station in the United States received bomb threats, and Trump and Biden supporters clashed outside polling stations across the United States.
According to reports, in Norfolk, Virginia, police arrested a 63-year-old man suspected of sending a bomb threat to an elementary school with a polling station. The suspect will appear in court on Wednesday.
In addition, Texas has also received bomb threats. Tomball City Police Chief Jeffrey Bert confirmed that they had arrested an unnamed suspect who allegedly left “suspicious packages in a T Mobile store”.
Sheriff Bert told The Sun that at 1:15 pm, when technicians from the local bomb disposal team evaluated the device, the Tombol Police Department evacuated people in and around the store and blocked the road along the shopping mall.
The police chief said: “(The bomb disposal team) finally destroyed it and restored safety to the scene. No one was injured.” He added that the relevant departments are still investigating the matter.
There are pictures and videos showing that a large number of protesters gathered in front of the White House around 6 pm Eastern Time, and people began to count down the vote. It is reported that due to increased tensions, police in Washington, DC have arrested several people.
According to US media ProPublica, an automated phone tracking company said that more than 3 million automated phone calls were made today and implicitly told voters to “be careful and stay home.”
A video posted on Twitter showed that a Trump-supporting father and son clashed with Biden’s supporters and other voters outside a polling station near Brooklyn, New York.
According to the Washington Post, the father was named Eric Nocera (Eric Nocera), and he threatened to send a man to the hospital. Nocera’s son claimed that while in line, a man gave him his middle finger. Nocera told the Washington Post that when voters saw a flag supporting Trump on his truck, they began to curse him and his son.
It is also reported that a Republican vote observer was expelled from a polling station in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and city officials are investigating the matter.