In a recent appearance on "Tucker Carlson Tonight," former FBI agent Kyle Seraphin blew the lid
on the federal agency's latest assault on religious freedom.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has made it a priority, Seraphin revealed, to root out "terrorists" in "radical traditional Catholicism," which it sees as a threat to the country.
"They have found a gateway in what they think is fringe Catholicism in order to move into Christians in general and declare them to be the actual criminals in this country or the potential terrorists," Seraphin stated.
The FBI is not at all concerned about escalating violence in major American cities; the unmitigated flood of illegal aliens across the southern border; or the left-wing civil unrest and rioting brigades that destroy the country after false flag events like the George Floyd "murder" – no, the FBI is instead focused on targeting Christians.
Seraphin's comments come after a leaked internal document from the FBI's Richmond office showed that the agency is now spying on "radical traditionalist Catholics and their ideology."
The FBI's justification for targeting traditional Catholics is that they have "a preference for the Catholic Mass in Latin instead of the vernacular and a number of more traditional views on other world religions can amount to an 'adherence to anti-Semitic, anti-immigrant, anti-LGBTQ and white supremacist ideology'" – watch the segment below
(Related: The FBI is also terrorizing
those who speak up about the fact that abortion is murder.)
Christian persecution is coming to America, and the FBI is leading the way
According to Seraphin, traditional Catholics are the scapegoat, or the vehicle, through which the FBI plans to segue into targeting all Christians. He says the entire leaked document from the Richmond office:
"... basically is written from the perspective of somebody who thinks there are significant abortion rights that need to be defended and also an LGBTQ agenda that has to be pushed down the American people's throats and these are antithetical to Catholicism."
After Seraphin outed the agency and its agenda, the FBI reportedly withdrew the document in question and backed off, at least publicly, on its anti-Catholic, anti-Christian stance. The FBI also released the following statement about the issue:
"While our standard practice is to not comment on specific intelligence products, this particular field office product – disseminated only within the FBI – regarding racially or ethnically motivated violent extremism does not meet the exacting standards of the FBI."
It turns out that the racist, anti-white Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) played a key role in developing the document. The SPLC considers traditional Catholics as a radical hate group, and the FBI used this assessment to craft its agenda.
As you may recall, former Attorney General Jeff Sessions told America during his brief time in the White House that the SPLC uses the "hate group" designation as a weapon and has "wielded it against conservative organizations that refuse to accept their orthodoxy and choose instead to speak their conscience."
"They use it to bully and intimidate groups like yours which fight for the religious freedom, the civil rights, and the constitutional rights of others," Sessions added in a statement to the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF).
"I know of one FBI agent personally who quit / retired after being told to go against American citizens, and I've heard of many more who did the same," wrote one of our own readers in the comment section.
"Yes, I recently spoke with a retired FBI agent who is also a Purple Heart recipient and he is appalled by the actions of the agency," responded another.
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