Rinaldo Nazzaro, founder of Nazi terror group the Base, is attempting to once again set up a paramilitary training network across the U.S.
The FBI is reportedly concerned about National Guard troops with far-right and extremist views and affiliations.
Without hesitation, a Capitol Hill rioter who posted evidence of his trespassing on Instagram, then sent emails detailing his crimes to the FBI, according to court documents.
"Got a bunch of guys all armed and ready to deploy... we are just waiting for the word,” he allegedly posted on Parler.
Videos taken by the pro-Trump mob and originally uploaded to Parler are being re-shared and categorized online to help identity people who invaded the Capitol.
The military is already investigating the role service members played in the Capitol insurrection. Now, neo-Nazis are trying to recruit them.
While Republican lawmakers baselessly blame antifa, right-wing extremists brag about taking part in "the start of White Revolution."
The second and final episode in our podcast series on the inside story of a Nazi terror group.
Utilizing chat records and phone calls, Motherboard gained unprecedented access to the Base as they dealt with the FBI arresting seven members earlier this year.
And "Plan C," according to prosecutors, would have involved burning down the statehouse while lawmakers were locked inside, “leaving no survivors.”