You’d think that with the FBI pretending that “Islamophobia” is a major threat and that “white supremacists” are more of a danger to Americans than jihadis, that ISIS supporters would show more gratitude. Instead, this.
“Alleged ISIS supporter in Pittsburgh accused of surveilling, intimidating local FBI agent, wife,” by Aaron Martin, WPXI-TV, January 7, 2021 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):
PITTSBURGH — Federal charges have been filed against an alleged ISIS supporter in Pittsburgh for surveilling and intimidating a local FBI agent and his wife.
Investigations into Khaled Miah began in early 2019 over extremist comments he made online.
Agents spoke with Miah in September at the FBI building in the South Side.
A short time later, he allegedly began driving to the home of the special agent he spoke with, and posted a picture and personal information of the agent’s wife on a Twitter account she operated.
Investigators obtained images of homemade explosives from Miah’s iCloud account following a search of his home.
Then two weeks ago, Miah tweeted “the zero hour is approaching,” followed by the coordinates of the FBI building in Washington.
In online posts, he also expressed sympathies toward extremist views and ISIS….