A private security company is seeking armed veterans to guard Minnesota polling sites against left-wing activists on Election Day.
The recruiting effort is being conducted by Tennessee-based company Atlas Aegis, which was formed last year and is an entirely military-veteran run organization, according to its website.
Anthony Caudle, the company chairman, posted a listing through a defense industry job site this week seeking former Special Operations forces to staff “security positions in Minnesota during the November Election and beyond to protect election polls, local businesses, and residences from looting and destruction.”
According to the job advertisement, the positions will last “well beyond the elections” with 15 to 30 hours of work a week and a salary and per diem reimbursement of $910 a day. Special Operations forces experience is required for the positions.
Caudle said in an interview with the Washington Post this week that he is planning to deploy