Pennsylvania resident Adam Bies, 46, became the first victim of the FBI's fascism under the Biden administration. Agents arrested the man on Aug. 19 after making "violent threats" against FBI employees. Bies' comments followed the bureau's Aug. 15 raid on former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago home in Palm Beach, Florida.
According to court documents, Bies posted several threats on pro-free speech social media platform Gab, owned by Andrew Torba.
One such threat, directed to every single employee "who works for the FBI in any capacity – from the director down to the janitor," said they "deserve to die." Bies added: "You've declared war on us, and now it's open season on you."
Another threat seemingly directed at federal agents stated that Bies "was waiting for [FBI agents] to kick down [the] door" of his home. "We The People cannot wait to water the trees of liberty with your blood," he added.
In response, Torba banned Bies' account on the platform – but not before the Pennsylvania resident pointed out Gab's double standards.
"It's perfectly OK for the government to constantly tell you that they intend to murder you. But when we decide we've had enough and tell them we are going to slaughter them, you get banned from Gab."
The Department of Justice (DOJ) said Bies was charged with influencing, impeding or retaliating against federal law enforcement officers. He faces up to 10 years behind bars if convicted.
Meanwhile, both the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security warned of an increase in threats to federal law enforcement in a joint bulletin. According to FOX 8, the aforementioned bulletin referenced calls for "civil war" and "armed rebellion." (Related: BREAKING: Project Veritas releases Biden DHS/FBI intelligence bulletin smearing conservatives as 'Domestic Violent Extremists' after raid on Mar-a-Lago.)
Back in January 2021, conservative figure Douglass Mackey – who went by the name Ricky Vaughn – was arrested for simply posting a joke on Twitter.
Mackey's tweet, directed at voters of failed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, exhorted them to send a text message and "be a part of history" instead of voting in person. Prosecutors used this tweet as evidence to accuse Mackey of "having used Twitter to mislead voters into casting their ballots via text."
Following his arrest in West Palm Beach, Florida, Mackey was charged with conspiring with others "to disseminate misinformation designed to deprive individuals of their constitutional right to vote." He was subsequently released on a $50,000 bond.
Prior to his arrest, Mackey had been subjected to repeated bans by Twitter. He was first suspended for "targeted harassment" on the platform in 2016, which led the conservative figure to create several Twitter accounts in a bid to evade continued bans.
A piece by the National Patriot commented on Mackey's "curious case."
"Mackey threatened and intimidated nobody. He did nothing wrong, and yet he faces up to 10 years in a federal prison," it stated.
"If spreading disinformation related to an election, which is what Mackey did, violated federal law – then the FBI should be arresting every member of the mainstream media, social media, every elected liberal official and themselves for what they engaged in for the entire four years of the Trump presidency."
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