On the Hunt for Domestic Terrorism, The FBI Has Spies in Catholic Churches


A few weeks ago, Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) asked Gestapo chief Merrick Garland, “Are you cultivating sources and spies in Latin Mass parishes and other Catholic parishes around the country?” Garland pleaded innocent, insisting, “No, the Justice Department does not do that and does not, uh, um, do investigations based on religion.” But it has now come to light — okay, get ready for the shock of your life — that Garland was lying. The feds did have informants in Catholic churches, snooping around and looking for evidence of that domestic terror threat that the Biden regime keeps insisting is the worst such threat we face today. Nor is there any indication that they’ve taken these spies out of the pews.

We all know that “domestic terror extremists,” also known by, are the most dangerous terrorist threat to our country. In November 2021, the FBI and Homeland Security Department intensified their investigation into these “domestic terrorists.” They reiterated their claim that they were the most dangerous terrorist threat today. However, there wasn’t enough domestic violence extremists to back up the claims. The FBI used pressure tactics to persuade agents to create domestic extremism cases and inflate domestic extremism numbers.

The combination of the hatred Catholic Joe’s government has for traditional Christianity and, most importantly, for pro-lifers may have led to the FBI “recently seeking sources inside Christian churches/Catholic dioceses in an effort to combat domestic terrorism,” Fox News reported Monday.

According to documents, the FBI wanted “mainline Catholic Churches” to provide “new avenues for tripwire and source development.” The FBI wanted to use “mainline Catholic churches” as “new avenues to tripwire and source development.” It was an incredible effort to create a new reality.

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) wrote to FBI top dog Christopher Wray on Monday, “Based on the limited information produced by the FBI to the Committee, we now know that the FBI relied on at least one undercover agent to produce its analysis and that the FBI proposed that its agents engage in outreach to Catholic parishes to develop sources among the clergy and church leadership to inform on Americans practicing their faith.” He added, quite rightly, that “this information is outrageous and only reinforces the Committee’s need for all FBI material responsive to our request,” referring to material that the Committee had requested earlier but not received (and why not?).

Jordan stated that he wasn’t satisfied with the FBI’s information. They should have the freedom to exercise their First Amendment rights without worrying about whether informants or ‘tripwire’ sources were placed in their worship homes.

First Amendment rights. You’re a man! It was the one who tried to create a Disinformation Governance Board within the Department of Homeland Security. They colluded with Twitter and other social media giants to silence dissidents.