SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) -- Federal prosecutors say two California men have been charged with plotting to blow up the Democratic Party's headquarters in the state capital.
Authorities say the men hoped the bombing would be the first in a series of politically-motivated attacks.
Officials say the pair used multiple messaging apps to plan to attack targets they associated with Democrats after the November 2020 presidential election.
Their first intended target was the John L. Burton Democratic Headquarters in Sacramento.
One of the men is accused of reaching out to an anti-government militia group to gather support for their movement.