On Friday, news broke that the corrupt, anti-American, thuggish FBI was targeting Catholics as domestic terrorists, ignoring Islamists, antifa murderers, and cartel criminals.
What a surprise, huh?
BREAKING: Last August the Atlantic labeled the rosary an Extremist Symbol
The FBI cited this article as evidence in their targeting report on conservative Catholics pic.twitter.com/LQ8cF6Y2HD
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) February 10, 2023
Per Daily Wire:
FBI whistleblower Kyle Seraphin says the document, first published in UncoverDC, specifically points to “racially or ethnically motivated violent extremists in radical-traditionalist Catholic ideology.” Through tripwires and liaisons, which are trusted contacts, Seraphin noted, the FBI can employ threat mitigation against such groups ahead of the next election.
The document draws attention to the so-called Radical-Traditional Catholic, described as someone who rejects the Second Vatican Council as a valid church council, shows disdain for most of the popes elected since Vatican II, and frequently adheres to anti-Semitic, anti-immigrant, anti-LGBTQ, and white supremacy ideology.
After the news broke, the FBI suddenly had a come to Jesus moment (maybe literally, in this case) and decided to cancel the campaign to target Catholics.
And if you believe that, I have some land to sell you down by the Florida Keys.
The corrupt FBI may have deleted the document, but you can bet they are still pushing the left’s attack on religious Americans.
The FBI stopped being about investigating crime when Barack Obama entered the White House. It is now a fully partisan arm of the Democrat Party that uses its powers to destroy innocent American citizens who simply don’t agree with radical leftism.
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