BREAKING: John Bolton to visit Jackson amid anti-Semitic events

As first reported on our Status Alerts, former US Diplomat and National Security Advisor John Bolton is set to visit Jackson in response to the ongoing anti-Semitism.

Dr. Rich Roberts, a powerful political and community activist who has taken on the battle with Jackson over their anti-Semitic behavior, requested that Bolton visits.

Since the exposure of the anti-Semnitic behavior, statements and incidents came to light, Dr. Roberts has met with many high-level officials in Washington on the issue, some of whom already condemned Jackson officials.

Recently, Roberts penned and sent a letter to Mayor Reina – who sits at the center of the accusations and ongoing lawsuits in Jackson.

Today, Roberts also sent a letter to GOP Chairman Frank Holman, who Roberts says failed to take proper action and call out the hate within the party.

Among items on his agenda, Bolton is expected to meet with Orthodox Jewish families victimized by Jackson Township surveillance harassing them for home prayer.

Dr. Roberts tells TLS that Bolton, an attorney, has requested documents and more ahead of his visit.

With Bolton currently at the center of the President Trump impeachment Senate conflict, he’s expected to make the visit after the impeachment ends.

Stay tuned.

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  1. Dr. Robert’s,
    I have persoal information and documents that are pertinent to this cause and would like to share them with you. What would the best way to do so?

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