• July 21, 2024

The FBI Is Looking Through Your Social Media As We Speak

The FBI has found itself in hot water after they raided Donald Trump’s home last week.

Then what makes it worse is that they cannot even give a reason for the unprecedented raid on a former president’s home.

They had stated all sorts of reasons to the public why this was done before they finally landed on “nuclear codes.”

Of course, that makes no sense, considering that the codes are changed daily and that Trump has not been in office for more than two years.

Even if he did have the codes…they would be staler than the bag of chips you left open the night before.

As I said, the FBI is in a very uncomfortable position.

The days of it being a highly respected bureau are over, and they are facing serious backlash and mistrust from a huge swath of the American people.

They should have seen this coming, right?

We watched as Hillary Clinton got off scot-free after housing tens of thousands of highly classified emails on an unsecured server in a closet near her bathroom. She then bleached her hard drive while he was under a subpoena, yet, I don’t recall anyone raiding her home, do you?

There is a reason that people are upset, and we all have a right to be.

However, instead of the FBI owning up to its massive blunder, they focus on monitoring the American people.

Violence is what the FBI is worried about.

They reportedly had an encounter with a violent former vet, who they shot and killed when they said he tried to breach their Cincinnati office.

We’re now hearing that the FBI will comb social media posts looking for “agitated people.”

I mean, there are a lot of “agitated” people out there on both sides. Joe Biden never did that “unity” thing he promised. He keeps upping the division, and many believe the FBI is part of that.

Western Journal reported:

As Americans are rightfully frustrated with the FBI’s raid of Mar-a-Lago, the Biden administration is warning federal and local law enforcement about the possibility of “domestic terrorism.”

The Department of Justice, Department of Homeland Security, FBI, and Customs and Border Protection also issued warnings using similar language, Just the News reported.


“Last night, the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Justice issued a Joint Intelligence Bulletin, accessible via the Homeland Security Information Network, providing information on the potential for domestic violent extremists to carry out attacks on federal, state and local law enforcement and government personnel or facilities,” CBP Commissioner Chris Magnus wrote in a memo to employees this weekend.

He said the warnings were necessary “in light of an increase in threats and acts of violence, including armed encounters, against law enforcement, judiciary and government personnel, in reaction to the FBI’s recent execution of a court authorized search warrant in Palm Beach, Florida.”

There have been legitimate attempts at violence against the FBI since the raid, and this is completely unacceptable.


Following the attempted attack in Cincinnati, some federal police agencies “were asked last week to monitor social media accounts of known political influencers for signs of agitation and FBI officials reached out to some social media platforms frequented by conservatives,” a senior law enforcement official told Just the News.

While warning about potential attacks, monitoring conservatives on social media is another. Given the federal government’s history of villainizing conservatives, it is hard to trust these agencies to determine what constitutes “domestic terrorism.”

After all, these people classify parents as “domestic terrorists” for wanting to have a say in their children’s education. This precedent certainly casts doubt on the federal government’s ability to determine what is or is not a threat from conservative influencers on social media.

In addition to the FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago, Magnus said some Americans had been pushed towards violence because of their anger about the crisis at the southern border. Even in his description of this problem, he showed how out of touch he is.

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