Donald Trump supporters have been brazenly discussing bringing arms to the U.S. Capitol to launch a “revolution” on Jan. 6, in accordance with FBI intelligence, NBC News reported Monday.

The info was revealed in a court docket submitting final week, about the identical time FBI Director Christopher Wray advised the House Oversight Committee that the company “did not have actionable intelligence that indicated that hundreds of people were going to breach the Capitol or storm the Capitol.”

But an investigative report in February by FBI Special Agent Patricia Norden said that “users in multiple online groups and platforms discussed traveling to the Capitol armed or making plans to start a ‘revolution’ on that day,” in accordance with NBC. “Individuals participating in the ‘Stop the Steal’ rally were angered about the results of the 2020 presidential election,” the report added.

Talk of revolution was “found in a review of open source and social media posts leading up to and during the event,” in accordance with Norden.

It wasn’t clear from the agent’s report when the FBI discovered of requires a revolution, however the info seemed to be simply obtainable earlier than Jan. 6.

Wray seemed to be evasive in his House testimony final Tuesday on what social media intelligence the FBI might have collected.

“We have very specific policies … that govern our ability to use social media,” he stated. “When we have an authorized purpose and proper predication, there’s a lot of things we can do on social media, and we do do, and we aggressively do. But what we can’t do … without proper predication and an authorized purpose, [is] just monitor ‘just in case’ on social media.”

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