News i Agency – AFBI warns about the possibility of resorting to violence by Trump extremist supporters


According to News i Agency’s International Group, the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has warned that followers of the Kiwanan conspiracy theory may again resort to violence against political opponents due to frustration with the theory’s predictions not being fulfilled.

According to the news agency “ReutersBelievers in the theory – that former President Donald Trump sees himself as a savior and that elite Democrats are a conspiratorial group of pedophiles and naughty cannibals – played a key role in the January 6 attack on Congress.

In a bulletin released to members of Congress on June 4 that reached Reuters, the AFBII says its experts believe that some who believe in Saturn’s predictions about the political upheavals advertised on its websites believe that they can no longer support the plan. Trust.

This includes predictions about exposing Democratic interference in child trafficking rings, arresting Hillary Clinton and bringing Trump back to the White House.

The FBI warned in the bulletin that if these predictions did not materialize, some Saturn proponents would likely believe that they should move from serving as “digital soldiers” to real-world violence against Democrats and other political opponents.

The FBI has blamed the fall of at least some of the cult’s supporters on the failure of events such as Trump’s return to power and, to a greater extent, the deprivation of a large platform of their content by social media companies.

Earlier, former US President Donald Trump’s national security adviser Michael Flynn called for a coup against the Democratic government. “I want to know why what happened in Myanmar cannot happen here,” Flynn said at a Q&A conference in Texas.

“There is no reason,” the retired U.S. general continued amid cheers from those attending the conference. “I mean, it has to happen here.”

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