‘Something’s Coming’: Eric Holder’s ‘Be Prepared’ Tweet To DOJ And FBI Sets The Internet On Fire

Former Attorney General Eric Holder, who served under former President Barack Obama, unleashed a tweet at 3:00 a.m. to the Department of Justice and the FBI in which he warned officials to “be prepared.”

“To the career men & women at DOJ/FBI: your actions and integrity will be unfairly questioned. Be prepared, be strong. Duty. Honor. Country,” he wrote.

Just after former FBI Director James Comey was fired, Holder tweeted something similiar, writing, “To the career men and women at DOJ/FBI: you know what the job entails and how to do it. Be strong and unafraid. Duty. Honor. Country.”

Holder’s Friday morning tweet raised eyebrows on Twitter, with many speculating that “something big” was about to happen.

Holder isn’t a frequent Twitter user so that makes his tweet seem peculiar. The Trump administration is plagued with scandals and alleged president Donald Trump seems to incriminate himself with his own tweets. The former reality show star’s Twitter timeline is a goldmine for prosecutors and investigators. The amateur president launched a war on every U.S. Intelligence agency and that won’t fare well for him. Trump’s war against the free press is backfiring big time, too. Perhaps Trump should stop tweeting for a moment and read Holder’s warning. Nah, Trump would just tweet about Holder’s wife, saying she once had blood coming out of her whatever.

We’re not trying to go all Alex Jones on you but for a man who typically tweets about his objections to repealing Obamacare, this does seem a bit odd. Look out, Trump. You’re about to lose this war. A former Attorney General doesn’t just tweet out a ‘be prepared’ message all willy nilly unless something is coming. The Trump administration fired Preet Bharara, Sally Yates and James Comey — and all three were investigating Donald Trump. That’s rather suspicious, don’t you think?

As of now, Holder’s tweet has been liked over 30,000 times and it’s garnered 13,00o retweets. I suspect the Twitter-addicted alleged president has already taken notice.

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