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WATCH: Another Man Rose Against the FBI After the Mar-a-Lago Raid and Was Apprehended

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A man out of Pennsylvania was captured and charged with making threats towards the FBI FBI on the right-wing social media giant Gab after specialists looked through former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home a week ago.

Adam Bies was accused of impacting, hindering, or fighting back against government policing after the online entertainment double-dealing group in the FBI’s National Threat Operations Section alluded to a tip about a Gab post by the client “BlankFocus.” The client, as per an FBI oath, posted that workers of the department had deserved death.

“I’m ready for the inevitable. Once you accept reality for what it is instead of what you want or to be, you can move on with your life and get prepared for the inevitable outcome. I already know I’m going to die at the hands of these piece of s*** child molesting law enforcement scumbags. My only goal is to kill more of them before I drop. I will not spend one second of my life in their custody,” Bies wrote, as per the authorities.

Records show that Bies was arrested. Government examiners are demanding that he be held until trial.

The FBI got the tip about Bies from the MERMRI Domestic Terrorism Threat Monitor. He was captured late Friday, as per a Justice Department news discharge.

The FBI and the Department of Homeland Security cautioned about an expanded number of dangers against policing the pursuit of Trump’s bequest in Palm Beach, Florida, last week. A man was killed after he went after an FBI field office in Cincinnati last week and tried attacking them with a nailgun.

Inquired as to whether President Joe Biden has been informed of the dangers to FBI specialists following the pursuit at Mar-a-Lago, a White House official said Monday know that the president “is being kept apprised of the threats to law enforcement.”

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On Capitol Hill, a few legislators are standing in opposition to the new dangers and assaults.

House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., said in an explanation on Monday that he strongly denounced “the recent violence and continued threats and rhetoric against law enforcement, including against the judicial branch” and FBI and Justice Department pioneers.

“These threats of violence and even civil war — coming predominantly from right-wing extremists online — are not only un-American but are a threat to our democracy and the rule of law. Unfortunately, these threats are frighteningly similar to those we saw in the run-up to the January 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol. I urge law enforcement entities, including the U.S. Capitol Police, to prepare for the extremist threats facing our country,” said Thompson, who likewise seats the House board of trustees researching the Jan. 6 mob.

The funny thing that seems to be coming from this story is that the media and democrats can’t just say this person was acting out on his own and instead lumps all right-wing people in with him. Of course, we all know that right-wing extremist to them means anyone who doesn’t align with their agendas.