Just hours after a list began circulating among the right-wing media of FBI agents who signed on Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago search warrant property, a former Trump aide tried to tell MAGA fans about family members of purported agents.
Garrett Ziegler, who recently spoke out about sexism against former White House colleagues, took to Truth Social to post the personal information of men he identified as agents.
“This is one of two coalitions that signed a ‘Property Receipt’ form, which details – at a very high level – the fishing expedition the FBI conducted at Mar-a-Lago,” said Ziegler. mentioned above both. Social Truth and Telegram.
The former Trump administration employee added the FBI agents’ date of birth, work emails, and links to the social media accounts of alleged family members.
“Hope he doesn’t have a good night’s sleep for the rest of 2022,” Ziegler wrote on Truth Social, responding to another Truth Social user’s photos of one of the alleged FBI officials. signed the inventory receipt in the order.
The inventory receipt portion of the subpoena was additionally signed by Trump’s attorney, Christina Bobb, and listed what the FBI took from Trump’s home.
The FBI did not return The Daily Beast’s request for comment.
Shortly after Ziegler posted what he believed was the first FBI agent’s information to Truth Social, it was taken down.
“[Truth Social] Only took down the post for NO reason,” he said. “Not in violation of 18 USC 119 or anything else.” (A spokesperson for Truth Social did not return The Daily Beast’s request for comment.)
Speak on an encrypted messaging app TelegramZiegler has doubled down on posting information he claims to be from agents.
“We have to have faces,” he said. “There are people who are ruining America, and they have names, emails, and addresses.”
Multiple attempts to contact Ziegler for comment were unsuccessful Friday night.
Target of a former Trump administration aide according to CNN Report that the FBI now faces “unprecedented” newly discovered threats against their agency.
“We work closely with our law enforcement partners to assess and respond to such threats, which are reprehensible and dangerous,” the FBI told CNN in a statement. “As always, we would like to remind the public that if they observe anything suspicious, report it to law enforcement immediately.”
It all happened as the right-wing media encouraged a demonstration occurred in front of FBI headquarters in Washington, DC on Sunday, and continued call for a civil war to break out from the rightists on social networks.