Disgraced former FBI agent Peter Strzok made a veiled threat to Trump supporters in a tweet ahead of a scheduled Trump rally in Waco on Saturday.
Strzok quoted an article from the Houston Chronicle Editorial Board that features an image of the burning compound in Waco, Texas where 82 civilians were killed and four police officers.
Strzok quoted a passage from the article where the Editorial Board claims that conspiracy theorists and militia members know ‘exactly’ what Trump’s Waco visit symbolizes, indicating that Trump is attempting to provoke his supporters to commit violent acts.
Strzok was not the only person who made veiled threats to Trump supporters, as MSNBC contributor Dean Obeidallah said that the rally was a ‘train whistle’ to anti-government actors.
While Strzok and others attempted to intimidate Trump supporters, thousands were lined up this morning in front of the venue where the rally is taking place, and rock star Ted Nugent also reportedly plans to speak.
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“Militia members and conspiracists know exactly what Trump’s Waco visit symbolizes…What he says will likely set the tone for the presidential campaign to come. Every American should be concerned.”
— Pete Strzok (@petestrzok) March 24, 2023
It’s been 30 years since the ATF-FBI siege on the Branch Davidian Compound in Waco, Texas in 1993.
The government siege led to a massacre of 76 people including 25 children.
The deadly assault on David Koresh’s Branch Davidian compound took place from February 28 through April 19, 1993, over suspected weapons violations. The ATF had attempted to raid the compound and a gun battle ensued, leaving four government agents and six Branch Davidians dead. For the next 50 days, the government would use psychological warfare, such as playing the sound of animals being slaughtered, until ultimately the compound was burned to the ground with nearly everyone still inside.
The siege ended with the massacre of 76 people.
On Friday fired FBI agent Peter Strzok posted a veiled death threat against President Trump just hours before his historic rally Saturday in Waco, Texas.
Strzok, who is famous for running an illicit coup on the US president and banging a colleague in the broom closet, posted a photo of the government-led massacre at the religious compound in Waco, Texas.
Everyone knows it was the feds who were ultimately blamed for this horrible mass killing.