FBI Denies Targeting Trump Supporters Ahead of 2024 Election, Despite Evidence to the Contrary

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) recently denied allegations that it is targeting supporters of former President Trump in the lead-up to the 2024 election.

This denial comes despite mounting evidence suggesting otherwise, including numerous instances of FBI agents forcefully entering the homes of Trump supporters and tracking their activities since 2021.

One such incident involved senior citizen Joseph Bolanos, whose New York home was raided by the FBI. The incident was captured on video, showing the FBI in action as they smashed down Bolanos’s door.

Bolanos is just one of hundreds of Trump supporters who have been subjected to such treatment for attending a protest in Washington DC on January 6, 2021.

The FBI labeled the January 6 protests as an insurrection and reportedly sent dozens of undercover operatives to infiltrate the event. In one instance, an FBI agent even befriended a protester and attempted to persuade him to create or use Molotov cocktails.

Despite these actions, the FBI continues to deny any targeted operations against Trump supporters. On Thursday, the FBI categorically refuted a report, suggesting it was secretly targeting Trump supporters ahead of the 2024 elections.

This denial was in response to claims made by Newsweek that the FBI created a new subcategory, AGAAVE-Other, which stands for anti-government, anti-authority violent extremism.

According to government insiders, although not explicitly named, the AGAAVE-Other title applies to political violence associated with Trump supporters. This raises questions about the FBI’s impartiality and its role in dealing with political dissent.

The FBI’s denial and subsequent actions have led to widespread skepticism and mistrust. Many believe the agency is still targeting Trump supporters from the 2020 election, while simultaneously denying any such operations ahead of the 2024 elections.

While the FBI denies any targeted operations against Trump supporters, the evidence suggests otherwise. The actions taken by the agency, including home raids and infiltration of protests, indicate a clear bias.

As we approach the 2024 election, it is crucial to ensure all citizens, regardless of their political affiliations, are treated fairly and without prejudice.