Watchman Says It’s Time to Put an End to the Nonsense. Though They Have Embarrassed Themselves, Whether It Matters in This DC Kangaroo Court Remains to Be Seen

HNewsWire: The feds’ political persecution of the Proud Boys took a wild turn after unintentionally leaked chat logs from FBI Special Agent Nicole Miller revealed she said she was ordered by her boss to “destroy” “338 items of evidence.” The leaked chats also suggest Miller failed to reveal relevant communications to the defense, potentially spied on privileged attorney-client communications and was asked by another agent to “edit out that I was present” during a meeting with a Confidential Human Source Informant. The shocking revelations were shared in a filing by Proud Boy Ethan Nordean’s (aka Rufio Panman) defense team on Thursday: The feds are now claiming some of the leaked messages are “likely classified” in what appears to be a bid to hide this bombshell evidence from the jury. From Politico, “‘Spill’ of classified info derails Proud Boys trial”: As part of her…

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Former CIA Counter Terror Chief: The Proud

Boys the Three Percenters, the Oath Keepers, ‘Christian’ National Chauvinists, White Supremacists and Qanon Fantasists” and Claimed They Are All “Committed to Violent Extremism”… One Of Satan Soldiers and former head of the CIA Counterterrorism Center has suggested that counterinsurgency tactics used by the military in Iraq and Afghanistan should be applied to ‘domestic extremists’ inside the US. NPR reports that Robert Grenier, who directed the CIA’s Counterterrorism program from 2004 to 2006, declared “We may be witnessing the dawn of a sustained wave of violent insurgency within our own country, perpetrated by our own countrymen.” In an op-ed for The New York Times last week, Grenier suggested that “extremists who seek a social apocalypse … are capable of producing endemic political violence of a sort not seen in this country since Reconstruction.” Grenier, also a former CIA station chief in Pakistan and…

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