The FBI, once a reputable law enforcement organization, is now merely a blight on the American way of life since Democrats in Washington D.C. gutted the agency.
America’s top cops announced an arrest of a man they believe led the charge on Jan. 6. Among the list of seized items from the accused home was a fully constructed Lego model of the U.S. Capitol, along with other items.
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You got that right: under Biden’s tutelage, the FBI is now taking children’s toys from the homes of Trump supporters who they merely accuse of being involved in the Captiol protests.
Robert Morss of Pensylvania was the target of the FBI’s latest attack against Trump supporters. In addition to the The Lego set the law enforcement agency also seized along a notebook that had instructions on how to create a “hometown militia.”
If charged, Moss faces numerous felonies, like: assaulting, resisting, or impeding officers as well as civil disorder, robbery of U.S. property, and obstruction.
Court records published also show that law enforcement recovered several items and clothing that appear to match what Morss had on him at the Jan. 6 Capitol protests, including a “Don’t Tread on Me” flag, a black gaiter, a tourniquet, military fatigues, and a military utility bag.
The court filings implied federal investigators believe the thousand-piece Lego set, which can be purchased by anyone online, is evidence that he was preparing for the Captiol protests.
Read the court recordings here:
Prosecutors are accusing him of having directed others during “one of the most intense and prolonged clashes” with law enforcement officials, according to court documents cited by the outlet.
Morss allegedly ripped a shield away from a Metropolitan Police Department officer and later organized a “shield wall” used to crush police officers, including MPD Officer Daniel Hodges, who had been pinned against a door jamb.
Government lawyers, in their July 2 motion, said agents also recovered a notebook from Morss’ car containing “writings that included ‘Step by Step To Create Hometown Militia'” and a militia “to-do” List that included steps like “Ambush” and “Battle Drills” and reminders to “Bring Assault Rifle” and “4 Magazines.”
Morss, who remains in custody, has served as an Army Ranger and most recently worked as a substitute teacher, and federal prosecutors say that on Jan. 6, he “came prepared for violence and then repeatedly led the violent mob” in attacks on law enforcement officials.
He was indicted for his alleged role in the events and faces nine different charges, according to the Department of Justice.
One demonstrator was killed during the violent events and Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick, who was on duty that day, died of natural causes the following day.
Investigations are underway concerning hundreds of suspects, and more than 500 people have been charged criminally so far.
Author: Asa McCue