Yesterday, at least 29 people were injured in a mass shooting on a New York subway. The shooter threw down smoke bombs and then began opening fire on commuters at roughly 8:30AM Tuesday morning. A manhunt began for the shooter yesterday.
Last night, police identified a person of interest in the shooting
who has complained about the city’s poor mental health services and who
has espoused far-left views on social media. His social media posts
include anti-white rants that discuss the inevitably of a race war,
posts glorifying violence, and anti-semitic viewpoints.
The person of interest was identified as 62-year-old Frank James. The FBI has already confirmed that it was monitoring James after his inflammatory social media posts. [This is a laugh.. FBI 'monitoring' is only concerned with whether or not the surveiled are acting according to the narrative they are pushing. - ED]
In a number of recent shootings, the FBI has admitted that they were monitoring the suspect before the attack happened, leading many to question why they didn’t take action to prevent the attack before it happened.Today, Arizona Senatorial candidate Blake Masters pointed out the FBI’s misdirected priorities. While the FBI was busy creating terrorist plots of out thin air, they missed an actual mass shooting that has already left dozens injured, he said.
After two suspects were acquitted in an alleged plot to kidnap Governor Whitmer, a Daily Mail report revealed that the FBI played an instrumental role in escalating what was initially just ‘stoned crazy talk’ in to a full blown plan to kidnap Governor Whitmer.
The NY subway shooter went on YouTube rants against white people and was a black supremacist… so that’ll be the last we hear about it! He was known to the FBI, but FBI was too busy kidnapping the Michigan governor.pic.twitter.com/LFXCCAbQmh
— Blake Masters (@bgmasters) April 13, 2022
The FBI agreed to purchase materials such as bombs with other conspirators writing an undercover FBI agent ‘IOU’s’ to purchase materials.