(RepublicanInformer.com)- You can always count on the American corporate media to promote whatever narrative the Biden administration wants to push.
The Biden Justice Department and FBI are promoting the narrative the most serious threat to the United States isn’t Islamic terrorism, but white supremacist domestic terrorism, and here comes the Associated Press offering up an in-depth feature on a former FBI confidential informant who went undercover with the Ku Klux Klan.
Last week, the AP presented the story of Joseph Moore, a US Army vet who, for ten years, attended Klan meetings in North Florida while wearing a wire.
He participated in cross burnings and even helped plan the murder of a black man.
Surprisingly, Moore didn’t participate in the FBI-planned “kidnapping plot” against Governor Gretchen Whitmer.
Moore began informing for the FBI back in 2007 when the feebs asked him to infiltrate the United Northern and Southern Knights of the KKK in north Florida. He provided the FBI with license plate numbers and helped identify suspected law enforcement officers in the group. Moore tells the AP that he came across dozens of law enforcement members involved in both the Klan and “outlaw motorcycle clubs.”
It was exactly the kind of information the FBI wanted. In 2006, the FBI released one of its intelligence assessments that concluded groups like the KKK were trying to infiltrate law enforcement. So having Moore working as a confidential informant in the Klan gave the Feds the eyes and ears they needed.
Today, Moore lives in fear that the people he helped the FBI send to prison will come after him once they’re released. So, in retrospect, it probably wasn’t the best idea to let the Associated Press do a profile on him.
But for some reason, Moore thinks going to the AP is the best way to keep his family safe.
The AP article closes with the predictable warning about the danger from “domestic extremists.” Moore tells the AP that Florida law enforcement must conduct a full investigation to “root out” the white supremacists and other violent extremists from its ranks.
He concludes by saying the reason people don’t trust the police is because of all the “extremists” in law enforcement.