It’s probably not a good idea to be in private Telegram chats talking with FBI agents with skull mask avatars asking loaded questions about violence.
“According to charging documents in the case, Jarrett William Smith, who transferred to Fort Riley, Kansas, in July, joined the U.S. military only after first expressing his desire to fight in Ukraine.
On Aug. 19, 2019, Smith allegedly spoke with an FBI informant in an online chat group and discussed a plan for an attack inside the U.S., his search for more “radicals” like himself, and the possibility of killing members of the group Antifa. …
Then, in a Telegram conversation with an undercover FBI agent on Sept. 20, Smith allegedly had this exchange:
FBI: You got anyone down in Texas that would be a good fit for fire, destruction and death?
SMITH: Outside of Beto? I don’t know enough people that would be relevant enough to cause a change if they died. …”
Are you telling me that Antifa aren’t fed posting about engaging in violence in private Signal chats? Is it a coincidence that after three years of chronic street violence caused by these people who repeatedly travel across state lines that the FBI and DOJ is incapable of arresting any of them?
I’m starting to think there is a clear pattern here.