Leftwing Activist Arrested for Sending White Powder to Don Jr.

On Thursday police arrested a man they believe sent white powder to President Trump’s son, Donald Trump Jr.

24-year-old Daniel Frisiello of Beverly, Massachusetts was charged with violating multiple federal laws for last month’s chemical attack scare. Federal prosecutors took Frisiello into custody with five counts of mailing a threat to injure a person and five counts of false information and hoaxes.

NBC reported Frisiello also sent “four other bizarre letters mailed to a California prosecutor, a law professor, a senator and actor Antonio Sabato Jr.” and was apprehended when authorities  “traced the unsigned letters to him after he also ordered a ‘glitter bomb’ for one of the recipients, using his own name.”

New records obtained by The Rebel’s John Cardillo exposed that Frisiello sent donations to a Democratic activist group with links to Massachusetts Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren.

John Cardillo on Twitter

BREAKING: Daniel Frisiello, just charged by DOJ w/sending hoax white powder letter to @DonaldJTrumpJr’s family is a Massachusetts Democratic activist who donated to Act Blue in the same cycle they donated to MA’s @SenWarren. See FEC info below.

“Investigators also found a Facebook account apparently belonging to Frisiello. Frisiello allegedly posted a news clip about the white powder envelope sent to Trump Jr. on Feb. 12,” MassLive reported.

Frisiello’s Facebook account revealed the suspect has alt-left leanings in his politics. He was active on many anti-Trump pages and anti-conservative groups.  

Jack Posobiec?? on Twitter

Domestic terrorist Daniel Frisiello is a fan of @AdamSchiffCA and @JoeNBC and supports @Everytown

Since Donald Trump took office in January of last year, there has been an outbreak of leftist violence, most notably the assassination attempt on Rep. Steve Scalise (R) by a deranged Bernie Sander volunteer, James Hodgkinson, last June.

Daniel Frisiello obsessively railed on his social media about Trump-Russia conspiracy theories and anti-gun propaganda involving the Parkland shooting. On February 12 he cryptically posted an article about Donald Jr.’s wife, Vanessa, opening the package with suspicious white powder, which turned out to be harmless.

The mother of five was rushed to hospital and released hours later. 

Pawl Bazile is a journalist and the Production Director for Proud Boy Magazine. Follow him on Twitter @PawlBazile

feature image via The Daily Mail

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