(FiveNation.com)- The United States Postal Service has reportedly been spying on Americans who are critical of President Joe Biden. Postal inspectors have been tracking the activities of those who are seen as against the president and the liberal agenda, according to Just the News, incluing gun rights activists in Virginia, demonstrations in Louisville, Kentucky after the shooting of Breonna Taylor, and alleged far-right groups in far-right groups going to Washington, D.C. after the 2020 election.
The USPS was reportedly found to be spying on Americans from September 2020 to April 2021. Redacted documents obtained through the Freedom of Information Act by a fellow at the Cato Institute showed one surveillance effort dubbed the “Internet Covert Operations Program.”
A redacted bulletin in the documents show that the agency’s Inspection Service reportedly spied on “peaceful armed protests” at a Second Amendment rally for Lobby Day in Richmond, Va., on Jan. 18, 2021.
“The gathering lasted approximately two hours, with members identifying themselves as affiliates of the Proud Boys, Boogaloo Bois and Last Sons of Liberty,” the bulletin reads. “Counter-protesters from the Black Lives Matter movement also attended. With heavy law enforcement presence the demonstrations stayed peaceful in nature.”
When it isn’t the United States deliberately spying on its own citizens, Americans are struggling to ward off spying efforts from other countries, like from the American elites’ beloved, Communist China. The communist country, along with other foreign countries, is reportedly looking to buy up American land to gain both a geographic and technological advantage within the interior, according to a report by conservative magazine American Pigeon.
“A prominent Chinese national billionaire had purchased acreage for wind farm production near Laughlin Air Force Base, Texas in August 2021,” the outlet reported. “Near the Texas border, this purchase was reportedly alarming as a potential compounding factor of Texas’ already precarious border security status.”
Not all espionage acts are accomplished, however. In a winning move, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) reportedly shut down a contract for a “National China Garden” that would have sat on one of the highest points in Washington, D.C. The $100 million contract was quietly killed after the FBI has become suspicious of Chinese espionage operations.