Colorado Authorities Find ‘Powdery White Substance’ Inside of Mail-in Ballot
Colorado authorities are in the midst of investigating a mail-in ballot that contained a mysterious powdery white substance.
Local law enforcement agencies were called to the Adams County elections office after personnel discovered a ballot containing an unknown chemical.
As a response, local law enforcement agencies showed up in Hazmat suits to take the substance to a lab.
White powder – maybe flour – was discovered yesterday on a ballot in Thornton. The substance has been sent to a lab for testing and triggered an investigation by local police, deputies and the FBI.
— Michael de Yoanna (@mdy1) November 3, 2022
Per the Colorado Sun, “Initial testing indicated the substance is not toxic, said Adams County Clerk Josh Zygielbaum, but it will take as many as five days before officials know for sure if the substance is benign.”
Colorado law enforcement agents did well to respond to the scene with caution because there have been in times past wear extremely deadly poison has been mailed to notable figures in an attempt to assassinate them.
The Gateway Pundit previously reported that a woman sent a letter with Ricin to President Trump.
Before the letter ever reached Trump Federal agents intercepted the letter.
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