August 11, 2019
We are in the midst of a mass witch hunt against white people.
A Florida white supremacist has been arrested for threatening a shooting at a Walmart just days after 22 people were killed at a Walmart in El Paso, Texas, in one of the worst mass shootings in the country’s modern history.
Richard Clayton, 26, was arrested by Florida Department of Law Enforcement authorities on Friday in Winter Park after making an online threat last week, according to police.
On Aug. 6, Clayton allegedly posted on Facebook, “3 more days of probation left then I get my AR-15 back. Don’t go to Walmart next week.”
The threat echoes the shooting allegedly carried out by Patrick Crusius in El Paso on Aug. 3.
This is not a threat. It is a joke.
A lot of people still don’t understand that everything they say on the internet is being monitored, so they make jokes they shouldn’t make. They don’t deserve to go to prison for this.
Fine, go talk to him if you’re worried about it, FBI. That makes sense. But charging someone for saying “don’t go to Walmart next week” is absurd and it is racist against white people.
Florida authorities said Clayton holds some of the same beliefs.
“Clayton appears to believe in the white supremacist ideology and has a history of posting threats on Facebook using fictitious accounts,” Florida Department of Law Enforcement officials said.
You mean he has a history of making edgy jokes.
If he was making other threats, then why was he not arrested for any of those?
He was not on probation, despite his threat, Florida officials told The Associated Press.
Clayton was charged with intimidation through a written threat and is being held at Orange County Jail on $15,000 bond.
The arrest was among a number of recent cases of police departments nationwide targeting white supremacist threats.
“Targeting white people,” that is.
A “significant portion,” about one-third, of all domestic terrorism cases involve white supremacist ideology, according to the FBI. Director Christopher Wray testified about the issue in a lengthy hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee on July 23, but said the bureau’s “focus is on the violence.”
“We don’t investigate ideology, no matter how repugnant,” Wray said.
But you do make moral judgements about that ideology, huh Chris?
And then you investigate people who hold that ideology, even if you’re not investigating the ideology itself. If you were investigating the ideology itself, maybe you would find that Jews control America and are flooding it with nonwhites in order to exterminate the white race?
They targeted another gun last week too – using informants to set him up in a fake bombing hoax. We would assume he was mentally ill.
The authorities arrested a Las Vegas man who discussed attacking a local synagogue and charged him on Friday in connection with bomb-making materials found in his home, officials said.
The man, Conor Climo, was charged on Thursday with one count of possession of an unregistered firearm, namely, the component parts of a destructive device, the Department of Justice said in a statement.
Wait, the firearm was namely a component part of a destructive device?
What does that mean?
A piece of a gun?
Prosecutors said that Mr. Climo, 23, had communicated with people who identify with a white supremacist extremist organization, and had encrypted online conversations in which he regularly used derogatory racial, anti-Semitic and homophobic slurs.
He discussed attacking a Las Vegas synagogue, making Molotov cocktails and improvising explosive devices, officials said. Mr. Climo also discussed conducting surveillance on a bar he believed served the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community in downtown Las Vegas.
During the execution of a search warrant on Thursday, the authorities seized a notebook with hand-drawn schematics for a potential Las Vegas-area attack. Also inside the notebook were drawings of timed explosive devices, the statement said.
The authorities said Mr. Climo tried unsuccessfully to recruit a person who was homeless to conduct surveillance on a local synagogue and other targets leading up to an attack.
Officials said Mr. Climo was a security guard but did not say where. His LinkedIn account showed he worked for Allied Universal, a company based in Santa Ana, Calif. Vanessa Showalter, public relations manager for the company, said Mr. Climo had been suspended.
“Threats of violence motivated by hate and intended to intimidate or coerce our faith-based and L.G.B.T.Q. communities have no place in this country,” said Nicholas A. Trutanich, the United States attorney for the District of Nevada.
If convicted, Mr. Climo faces up to 10 years in prison. It was not immediately clear if he had a lawyer.
In 2016, Mr. Climo made headlines when he announced plans to become a one-man neighborhood watch organization. In a segment on KTNV, he was seen patrolling his neighborhood with an assault rifle and four 30-round magazines. He quickly abandoned those plans.
Then look who the NYT goes on to cite!
A study by the Kantor Center for the Study of Contemporary European Jewry said the number of major violent anti-Semitic incidents rose 13 percent to 387 in 2018. The study, which was released in May, said the United States had the highest number of cases, with more than 100, followed by the United Kingdom with 68.
The study found that a feeling of insecurity was prevalent among Jews who said that they sometimes sensed they were facing a state of emergency.
The NYT is just openly saying “we’re arresting random white people because Jews say they don’t feel safe.”
This guy was targeted because – wait for it – he talked with an “undercover” FBI agent in a private chat.
NYT for whatever reason doesn’t bother to mention that fact, but here it is from Reuters:
During encrypted online conversations with undercover FBI operatives, Climo discussed attacking a Las Vegas synagogue and making Molotov cocktails and improvised explosive devices, according to the criminal complaint.
Here’s another interesting factoid that the NYT skipped:
The suspect admitted during FBI questioning that he belonged to a neo-Nazi splinter group of a white supremacist organization known as the Atomwaffen Division, which encourages attacks on the federal government, racial minorities, Jews and the gay and lesbian community, the documents alleged.
Atomwaffen is a fake fed group where they normalize discussion about violence in Discord chats (which have been leaked) and no one gets charged for it, because it’s all a bunch of feds in the chats. They make you think it’s okay to joke about making bombs – because hey, everyone’s doing it.
Then you get swooped.
This is what is happening, guys.
We are under a massive and sustained attack from shills, all over the internet. And they will arrest you and put you in prison if they can, over nothing.
You cannot make these jokes. You cannot make “Minecraft” jokes, you cannot make “redacted” jokes. Maybe you could last year, but you can’t anymore. You will be arrested, and even if you eventually get off, it will ruin your entire life and you will still have to be in jail for months.
And they might just go ahead and throw you in prison.
I cannot stress how serious this is.
Furthermore, Climo is an absolute drooling retard for talking to the FBI after he was arrested.
Firstly, don’t make these jokes, don’t get arrested.
Secondly, if you do get arrested DO NOT TALK TO THE FUCKING COPS.
Say ABSOLUTELY NOTHING.
You are not required to say anything, and there is nothing that you can say that is going to convince them to let you go.
Watch this video.
Then watch it again.
Then watch it two more times.
This is very serious business, people.
They will put you in prison for jokes you made on the internet. That is a real thing.
And most of the people in these chat rooms are feds now. They are absolutely everywhere.
Please, please, please, don’t be a retard.
And if you are some kind of completely unstable retard who somehow just can’t stop yourself from making jokes, then just stay off the internet. Read but don’t post.
On my forums, I ban anyone for making any kind of edgy jokes. Sometimes they email me and complain, and I’m like “look, this is more about your own safety than it is mine. I’m not the one whose going to go to prison because you made an edgy joke on my website.”