Watch Frank Figliuzzi Thinks Today’s Attack Could Be the Start of Many More Right-Wing Domestic Terror Events.
The lame-duck session of Donald Trump’s presidency included an attack on the Capitol by his advocates. It was the very first time the structure had actually been breached in over 200 years. And Trump’s advocates are much more dissatisfied now that they understand he won’t be set up back in the White Home.
Thursday saw another tried attack on the Capitol by a male who declared he had dynamites in his van. The terrorist, Floyd Ray Roseberry, spoke about Trump being re-installed in workplace and immigrants improving things that he has.
Throughout an interview on Nicolle Wallace’s program, previous FBI authorities Frank Figliuzz stated Americans need to anticipate more of this. He started:
“What we’re seeing in this individual’s social media already and the associates that I work with who are on this and digging and scraping his social media, his postings, they’re telling me there is a deep sense of cause, as incoherent as it may be with this individual, there are several grievances he thinks he needs to air out. And why do we care about this? Why are we talking about it? As you said, it’s not to amplify him. It’s to amplify the DHS warning that tells us that there’s a perfect storm of grievance and cause developing on extremist sites of all kinds.”
“And now let’s add, by the way, let’s add to what I’m about to list Afghanistan and a sense that something went wrong there and somehow that’s an injustice, perhaps, to those who served there or not. But let’s rattle it off. The anti-mask, the anti-vaccine, the Jan. 6th political prisoner notion, the notion that Ashli Babbitt is some kind of martyr that needs to be avenged, and now that Trump will come back and a rally is going to happen this weekend in Alabama.”
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