FBI officials will not admit how or why they began investigating the man, but claim evidence shows he was plotting a widespread domestic terror attack against various journalists and politicians.

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It what appears to be a story tailor made for the leftist media’s claims of racism and hate, a U.S. Coast Guard member filled with Neo-Nazi hate allegedly planned to murder a number of journalists and politicians.

Federal investigators say Christopher Paul Hasson was a self-described white nationalist, who had a cache of weapons and ammunition in his Maryland home.

‘Stockpiling’ is a relative term, but Hasson had been gathering supplies since 2017, according to Maryland investigators.

According to internet evidence, Hasson called for “focused violence” to “establish a white homeland” and said, “I am dreaming of a way to kill almost every last person on the earth,” according to court records.

There was no concrete plan or date of the alleged attack.

“The defendant intends to murder innocent civilians on a scale rarely seen in this country,” the government said in court documents filed this week, asking that he remain in jail pending court appearances.

“Hasson was arrested Friday on ­charges of illegally possessing weapons and drugs. Officials with the U.S. attorney’s office in Maryland outlined Hasson’s alleged plans to spark chaos and destruction, describing in court documents a man obsessed with neo-fascist and neo-Nazi views.”

Nazis are the extreme left, despite media and liberal attempts to rewrite history.

“Please send me your violence that I may unleash it onto their heads,” Hasson wrote in a letter that prosecutors said was found in his email drafts. “Guide my hate to make a lasting impression on this world.”

Hasson has been working at the U.S. Coast Guard headquarters in Washington since 2016, according to court documents filed by prosecutors. He also served in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1988 to 1993 and in the Army National Guard for about two years in the mid-1990s, the filings state.

“Agents with the FBI field office in Baltimore and the Coast Guard Investigative Service arrested Hasson, FBI Baltimore spokesman Dave Fitz confirmed.

“A Coast Guard spokesman, Lt. Cmdr. Scott McBride, said Wednesday that Hasson no longer works at Coast Guard headquarters.”

“An active duty Coast Guard member stationed at Coast Guard Headquarters in Washington, D.C., was arrested last week on illegal weapons and drug charges as a result of an ongoing investigation led by Coast Guard Investigation Services, in cooperation with the FBI and the Dept. of Justice,” McBride said in a statement.

“Court documents do not detail what prompted federal law enforcement to begin investigating Hasson but contend that Hasson had been studying the 1,500-page manifesto of right-wing terrorist Anders Behring Breivik, who unleashed two attacks in 2011 that killed 77 people in Norway, and echoed Breivik’s attack preparations.”

Many people don’t want to gloss over the fact that the government refuses to explain what led to the investigation.

A list of alleged potential targets included “JOEY,” what prosecutors say is a reference to former congressman Joe Scarborough (R-Fla.), now of MSNBC; “cortez,” an alleged reference to freshman Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.); and “Sen blumen jew,” presumably about Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.).

“Authorities seized 15 firearms, including several long guns and rifles, and more than 1,000 rounds of ammunition from his cramped basement apartment after executing a search warrant this month.” Such a number of weapons doesn’t seem like the ‘stockpile’ the media has claimed.

However, “over the past two years, he had made nearly two dozen purchases of firearms or related equipment and made thousands of visits to websites selling weapons or tactical gear.”

“The arrest marks the second time that the service has responded to an incident involving alleged white supremacy in recent months. In September, the Coast Guard reprimanded a service member who flashed what some people identified as a white-supremacy sign in the background of a televised interview with another officer during the response to Hurricane Florence.”

However, others have argued that simple hand gestures do not indicate racism, and the ‘ok’ sign does not automatically make someone a white supremacist.

Some people have asked why now? Why was this charge just filed? They suspect the timing of the charges are a great way to sift the media focus from Jussie Smollett’s lies.

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