A violent far-left radical radical group whom CNN conspiracy theorist Chris Cuomo called “a good cause” is being investigated by the FBI in an alleged attempt to team up with Mexican cartels to wreak havoc in the United States.
“The FBI report, which wasn’t posted online because the matter is still active, alleged that the anti-fascist activists were looking into buying firearms from a ‘Mexico-based cartel associate known as Cobra Commander’ that would be used to ‘stage an armed rebellion at the border,'” according to Fox News.
The FBI document also reportedly warns that Antifa “planned to disrupt U.S. law enforcement and military security operations at the US/Mexican border.”
Ivan Riebeling, a Tijuana resident, is identified as “Cobra Commander” in the original San Diego Union-Tribune report. The newspaper referred to those allegedly seeking to purchase weapons from Riebeling as “protestors.”
Riebeling is named along with associate Evan Duke in the alleged plot. Both deny the report, claiming that it is illogical for Americans to want to purchase weapons from Mexico.
“Word of the probe comes after years of the FBI putting greater emphasis on the threat of Antifa activities, with bureau Director Christopher Wray saying the agency is looking into the ideology and individuals associated with the movement,” Fox said.
The intel has been shared with numerous agencies, including the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the Central Intelligence Agency, and the National Security Administration.
The mainstream press has gone to great lengths to portray Antifa in a positive light – as normal protestors who oppose President Donald J. Trump. But the group has been responsible for numerous instances of political violence.
CNN’s Cuomo even defended the group’s violence on one occasion, saying “all punches are not morally equal.”
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Air Force Helicopter Shot At Over Virginia, Crew Member Injured
An Air Force Huey UH-1N helicopter received gunfire over Northern Virginia on Wednesday morning, with one crew member on board the aircraft being injured.
“On Monday afternoon, the helicopter from the 1st Helicopter Squadron at Joint Base Andrews was flying a routine training mission over Middleburg, Virginia, at an altitude of 1,000 feet when it took fire from the ground,” said an Air Force spokesperson in regards to the incident.
The aircraft diverted to the Manassas Airport after taking fire. One crew member was injured on board, and it appears as if if they were shot by the gunfire.
“Initial findings are that the helicopter was struck by a bullet resulting in a minor injury to an aircrew member and damage to the aircraft,” said the Air Force spokesperson.
The Washington DC detachment of the FBI is investigating the incident.
“The FBI Washington Field Office (WFO) dispatched special agents and its Evidence Response Team to the Manassas Airport after receiving reports that a helicopter was shot at from the ground nearby,” said an agency spokesperson.
Is this hostile act towards a U.S. military aircraft an act of terrorism?
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