The FBI has almost wholly contrived an alleged ISIS-inspired plot to bomb the US Capitol, fitting the pattern of previous domestic terror threats. The majority of these schemes have been concocted by the federal agency. Officials now say that Christopher Lee Cornell, 20, was planning on detonating pipe bombs and then firing on fleeing lawmakers and employees, but his family says that the young man was never capable of coordinating nor funding such a conspiracy by himself.
John Cornell Sr., his father told ABC News that his son was “just a typical kid,” called his mother “mommy” and had a cat for a best friend.
Cornell began tweeting out support for ISIS under the name “Raheel Mahrus Ubaydah,” he attracted the attention of the FBI. Though almost 100% certain that the 20-year-old was a loner making stupid comments on the Internet, behind keyboard bravery, federal officials saw an opportunity and set up a meeting with an FBI informant in Cincinnati over two days in October.
“They were taking him somewhere, and they were filling his head with a lot of this garbage,” said Cornell’s father, who disputes the claim that his son bought two semi-automatic rifles and 600 rounds of ammunition from a store in Ohio, noting that he only had $1200 in his bank account and the guns alone would have cost almost $2000.
How could he have bought all those items with little money? The FBI obviously is assisting him, so says his father.
Cornell Jr also said he had “distrust of the government and the media,” that he “didn’t pay attention to the news because he thought it was all propaganda” and that he thought “presidential elections were controlled by a secret society.” He also expressed doubts about the official story behind 9/11.
The FBI has practiced entrapment and radicalization, then takes the credit for busting these ‘terror attacks’ As the New York Times reported in 2012, the vast majority of domestic terror plots in recent years were “facilitated by the F.B.I.”
The F.B.I. Needs to catch a clue, and start focusing their resources, time, and monies to real terror issues like those in Syria and terror camps in the US instead of making them up.
H/T: INFO WARS
Written by Katie McGuire. Follow Katie on Twitter @GOPKatie