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FBI Agent in Whitmer False Flag May Have Spied on Podcaster Steven Crowder

'I think he was thinking, ‘these guys must be extremists,’ and he realized we were just normal, Christian conservatives and moved on down the trail... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Steven Crowder, an investigative journalists who has infiltrated Antifa and revealed its extremist plans, may have been spied on by professional FBI entrapment agent Jayson Chambers, American Greatness reported.

Crowder uncovered details of planned Antifa violence in 2017 when conservative journalist Ben Shapiro went to speak at an event at the University of Utah.

After his successful infiltration of Antifa, FBI agent Jayson Chambers contacted Crowder to find out more details about his work.

Chambers has gained fame in recent months as his role in the entrapment of several American citizens allegedly associated with the plot to kidnap Michigan Democrat Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in 2020.

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He is also associated with attempts to entrap Americans in Virginia as he attempted to coax citizens into forming an assassination plot to kill Democrat Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam.

“Mission is to kill the governor specifically,” Chambers texted FBI colleague and front man Dan Chappel in the fall of 2020, referring to Northam.

He also told Chappel to instruct the targets in creating explosives for the assassination attempt.

Crowder appeared on Megyn Kelly’s podcast last week, providing details of his interaction with Chambers.

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“We got on the phone with a guy at the FBI and he asked ‘how did you get involved, how did you get on this Antifa app?’” Crowder said of his initial phone call with Chambers.

Further, Crowder noted that the FBI never showed much interest in investigating or interrogating Antifa members who planned and executed violent protests.

When Crowder later discovered who had been dealing with, he was shocked.

“I think he was thinking, ‘these guys must be extremists,’ and he realized we were just normal, Christian conservatives and moved on down the trail,” Crowder said. “But when I read it publicly, I was like, ‘boom, shit, this guy was a spy?’”

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