It’s no surprise that the FBI would have informants planted in the conservative patriot movement, but America was shocked to learn that Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio is a rat for the Federal Bureau of Instigation. Libertarian defenders of justice are beginning to realize just how infested the movement has become.
Patriot movement infested by FBI rats
Reporters over at Reuters got their hands on the transcript from a 2014 court proceeding. It reveals that Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio was ratting to the FBI since 2012.
This is exactly the reason why so many people are speculating that the barbarian invasion was staged specifically to discredit the conservative movement.
Everyone has been wondering how Tarrio got picked up so quick on his way to the Capitol just ahead of the fateful battle. He was arrested virtually the moment the vehicle he was in crossed the district line. It’s obvious that the FBI knew he was coming, and exactly how he planned to get there.
Tarrio had committed the horrible crime of burning a Black Lives Matter banner so that was the excuse they used to arrest him and banish him from Washington. That way he had an air-tight excuse for not getting involved in anything staged to happen that day.
During a court hearing in 2014, the prosecutor, an FBI instigator, and Tarrio’s own attorney all threw him under the bus to out him as an informant.
His cover started to crack when prosecutor Vanessa Singh Johannes praised the Proud Boy for his work. It “led to the prosecution of 13 people on federal charges, and helped local authorities investigate a gambling ring.”
His attorney admitted it
Tarrio’s mouthpiece, Jeffrey Feiler, spelled out exactly how helpful to the FBI his client had been. Tarrio, he argued, “worked undercover in several investigations,” one “over the sale of anabolic steroids” and another regarding “wholesale prescription narcotics.”
Then their was “a third regarding human smuggling.” That was just the tip of the iceberg. Tarrio virtually had his own hotline to the feds. As declared by Feiler, Tarrio was a “prolific” cooperator. “His work helped police uncover three marijuana grow houses.”
An unidentified instigator with the bureau vouched for Tarrio’s value to the FBI. They really loved the way he could turn in all his closest friends. He was a “key component” in local police investigations.
He must have ratted out everyone he scored from. All the busts were “regarding marijuana, cocaine and ecstasy.” He also helped them work their way up the food chain.
Ms. Johannes notes, Tarrio “cooperated with local and federal law enforcement, to aid in the prosecution of those running other, separate criminal enterprises, ranging from running marijuana grow houses in Miami to operating pharmaceutical fraud schemes.”
Of course, the Proud Boy pioneer denies it all. He never heard of the FBI. “I don’t know any of this,” he insists. “I don’t recall any of this.”