Should San Antonio brace for possibility of post-election violence?
February 15, 2022
Like other cities in Texas and around the country, San Antonio's leaders are nervous for potential public demonstrations, depending on the outcome of the Nov. 3 General Election. Politicians, voters, police and others are nervous to see what will happen after such a historic voter turnout to the polls.
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For Howard Henderson, director of the Center for Justice Research at Texas Southern University, Trump's signaling to the militant white nationalist portion of his base alone is reason to worry.
"When Trump told supporters to go to the polls and watch very carefully, he told them to be there," Henderson said. "And militia groups and the polls are a dangerous, dangerous combination."