Many congratulations to @FBIPhoenix for taking on these Russian assets and fellow-travelers, including one Wikileaks lover who said he wanted “storm ICE buildings and detain all the workers” and others who taught workshops on armed conflict.
@MarkWarner warned us about them.
I do not know why @corey_lemley was described as a‘nonviolent’ protester in the article. He deleted all his Facebook pages because @FBIPhoenix are so rightly looking into him, but I think you’ll find the internet is forever.
Outraged tweets about @FBI < < < actual research
“Yes, I will pull my Zimmerman card,” said the so-called “nonviolent activist” @Corey_Lemley, “and you won’t be missed by anybody.”
In another tweet he says “I will keep promoting violence....”
Just possible that @FBIPhoenix might actually know what they are doing?
Update Number Two: because @Patribotics unlike far-right @ArcDigi we prefer to research things before dragging @FBIPhoenix, cc @Comey @RodRosenstein, I ran publicly available data on the website featured in @Yahoo's report https://news.yahoo.com/exclusive-document-reveals-the-fbi-is-tracking-border-protest-groups-as-extremist-organizations-170050594.html …, namely "ItsGoingDown[.]org"
....and I found that what @Yahoo calls a "nonviolent" magazine that advocates for "middle of the night attacks on the offices of those who detain and deport for a living"....
[sic] shared its nameserver and IPs with Russian and Iranian companies. #OSINT https://securitytrails.com/domain/itsgoingdown.org/dns …
Among the (only 280) domains on the NS were mmdc[.]ru, Donbassos[.]org, changecopyright[.]ru, charlotteuprising[.]com, kavkaz-uzel[.]ru, namnam[.]ir, newsyrian[.]net,kactus[.]ir,palliativespb[.]ru,pooshema[.]ir, sabzbashim[.]ir... and many, many more @FBI https://securitytrails.com/list/ns/adns1.easydns.com …
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