Terrorist Attack THWARTED

A power grid attack plot was thwarted in Baltimore, Maryland. That’s only a brick’s throw from the U.S. Capitol. Federal authorities are slapping themselves on the back for having some hardcore “neo-Nazi” suspects to call “domestic violent extremists.” They’re still embarrassed that Washington state let one of their liberal power “burglars” loose for rehab. Matthew Greenwood actually did what Sarah Beth Clendaniel and Brandon Clint Russell merely planned. The difference is that Russell and Clendaniel are right-wing. Really far-alt-right. They also probably had a whole lot of help from the FBI. Russell has been on their radar, with the rest of his Atomwaffen Division buddies, for a long, long time. The timing as a distraction from Joe Biden’s crimes is suspiciously coincidental.

Power grid terrorists

When liberals sabotage a power grid substation, knocking out power to thousands, the feds call it a “burglary.” When right wingers plot the same thing, they’re automatically called “domestic violent extremists.

On Monday, February 6, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for Maryland announced two arrests “in connection with an alleged plot to destroy energy facilities in Maryland.

Sarah Beth Clendaniel, of Catonsville, and Brandon Clint Russell, of Orlando, Florida have both been charged with conspiracy to destroy an energy facility. As federal prosecutor Erek L. Barron noted in an official DOJ statement, “this planned attack threatened lives and would have left thousands of Marylanders in the cold and dark.

They’re “united and committed to using every legal means necessary to disrupt violence, including hate-fueled attacks.” Meanwhile, in Washington state, on Christmas day, Matthew Greenwood and his buddy Jeremy Crahan successfully cut grid power to 30,000 people, leaving them shivering in the dark and vulnerable to medical emergency. They’re called burglars and Greenwood is already on the outside with an ankle bracelet.

According to the Special Agent in Charge of the FBI office in Baltimore, Thomas J. Sobocinski, “the threat posed by domestic violent extremists is evolving and persistent.” They do their best to keep informants and undercover agents well placed. They saw this grid attack coming a long way down the road but waited until now to bust it. The Federal Bureau of Instigation promises they’ll “continue to work closely with our law enforcement and private sector partners to identify and disrupt any potential threat to the safety of our citizens.” Right on “Q.

The feds can clearly say they caught hardcore right-wingers. These sick bleepards aren’t accepted by any real conservative patriots as anything other than the twisted skinheads they are. That won’t stop the feds from calling them MAGA-Republicans in the press. That way they can demonize you and your friends into oblivion.

A known neo-Nazi

As NBC is quick to point out, “Russell is a known neo-Nazi and founder of the Atomwaffen Division, a neo-Nazi group.” The feds are already admitting that Russell was in on the conspiracy since “at least June 2022.” It’s totally possible that a fed informant made the suggestion to “attack critical infrastructure, specifically electrical substations.

We do know that a grid attack has been on Federal radar. They warned to watch out for one, then got caught totally by surprise when a whole string of them happened in various states. That makes people observe if they weren’t watching for those, they must have known about this one, but didn’t bust it until now.

What Russell planned is a whole lot like the attacks which actually happened in North and South Carolina. Those are loosely connected with both a conservative enraging drag show and Psychological Warfare Captain Emily Rainey. The feds don’t like talking about that one.

Then, there’s the power “burglary” done by socialists trying to share the wealth of a single cash register by killing power to a whole grid of 30,000 homes. They had to shoot up two substations to get it done. Still, that’s their cover story to evade domestic terror charges and they’re sticking to it. So far, it’s working for Matthew Greenwood.

Russell gave federal prosecutors lots of evidence to convict him with. Since he has all this, there must have been a rat in the chat room. The one where “Russell posted links to open-source maps of infrastructure, which included the locations of electrical substations, and he described how a small number of attacks on substations could cause a ‘cascading failure‘ of the whole grid.

He also “discussed maximizing the impact of the planned attack by hitting multiple substations at one time.” Gee, isn’t that what Greenwood and Crahan did? To be fair, they should let Russell lose with an ankle monitor.

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