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Jeanne Milliken Bonds, a blogger who covers state politics in North Carolina, has been accused by the NC chapter of Americans for Prosperity of colluding with the NC chapter of the NAACP to plan riots, mobs, and law breaking at the N.C. General Assembly. A "political bomb threat," is what their Twitter account accuses Bond and the NAACP of issuing.

The NAACP does have a civil disobedience action planned for Monday, May 6, at 5:30 p.m. and a rally and protest for Tuesday, May 7, at 7 p.m.. However, there have certainly been no calls for riots, and no rallies or protests have been scheduled during office hours at the N.C. General Assembly.

Here are tweets from AFP-NC's account tonight.

These Tweets from AFP-NC were sent out tonight (Sunday, May 5) about an NAACP civil disobedience action planned for Monday and a rally/protest planned for Tuesday.
Police and media have been notified of the accusations, intimidation, and dissemination of false threats of mob action.

Bonds is a political strategist and the former mayor of Knightdale, North Carolina, a suburb east of Raleigh. Her blog, Plain Talk Politics, is a much-read resource for political activities in North Carolina. She also broadcasts a radio program and vlog from the N.C. General Assembly.

Originally posted to MsSpentyouth on Sun May 05, 2013 at 09:17 PM PDT.

Also republished by RaceGender DiscrimiNATION, North Carolina BLUE, Barriers and Bridges, Black Kos community, and DKos Asheville.

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