#Panic-signaling FBI warns about white supremacists trying to join police, military

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The FBI findings were based on investigations from 2016 to 2020 and were first reported by ABC who had access to a leaked copy of the report. The Ku Klux Klan protests on July 8, 2017 in Charlottesville, Virginia

The FBI, once a respected institution of federal law enforcement, is becoming a persecution squad for Democrats.

The target? Patriotic Americans – many of them supporters of ousted President Donald Trump – who dare oppose the hostile Democratic takeover of the U.S. government.

Labeled by the media as “white supremacists,” these untouchables are trying to join the ranks of law enforcement and the military so they can “terrorize minorities” and “initiate a collapse of society,” the FBI is hysterically warning in a leaked report that’s the subject of an article at DailyMail.com.

The report is a prime example of panic-signaling, the Democratic and media strategy of trying to demonize their political enemies in the minds of all Americans.

The agency’s San Antonio branch said the findings were based on investigations from 2016 to 2020 and were first reported by government-allied ABC, which had access to a leaked copy of the report.

The Feb. 25 report, which was handed out in Texas and across the US, focuses on white-supremacist publication Siege and reads: “In the long term, FBI San Antonio assesses [racially motivated violent extremists] successfully entering military and law enforcement careers almost certainly will gain access to non-public tradecraft and information, enabling them to enhance operational security and develop new tactics in and beyond the FBI San Antonio.”

The report says its findings are “based on evidence [extremists] expressed a desire to join the military and law enforcement primarily to obtain tradecraft to prepare for and initiate a collapse of society, specifically by engaging in violence against the US government and specified racial and ethnic groups.

“Online peers encouraged them to seek these careers and [extremists] built relationships with associates seeking military employment, focusing on the associates’ current and future martial skills.”

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