Democrat Staffer Posed as FBI Agent to Control MAGA Crowd

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Whenever you talk about Democrat plants involved at major pro-Trump events in Washington DC, the mainstream media tries to pretend like it never happens. And yet now we have indisputable evidence of one of those staffers posing as an FBI Agent, directing Trump supporters at an event, then fleeing the police across state lines to get away. You cannot make this stuff up.

According to DailyMail,

A congressional staffer who posed as an FBI agent using clothes and gear he bought online was fired after leading bike cops on a chase through Washington, D.C. before being caught weeks later in Georgia.

Sterling Devion Carter, 25, who worked as a staffer for Rep. Brad Schneider (D-Ill.), lost his job after impersonating law enforcement and openly carrying a firearm illegally, according to his lawyer Robert Lee Jenkins, Jr.

On Nov. 14, 2020, two police officers, who were attempting to control post-election MAGA protesters, spotted a suspicious police car with a man standing close by with a shirt that read ‘Federal Agent.’

While the police car looked legitimate to the untrained eye, complete with emergency lights, a laptop mount and a divider to contain detainees, the officers noticed the font on the license plate was wrong, according to the Daily Beast.

Carter, who stood next to his faux police vehicle, ‘had a full police duty belt on to include handcuffs, a pistol, two magazines and a radio with earpiece attachment,’ according to court documents.

As the officers inspected the impersonator from a distance, they noticed he made a rookie mistake: Carter placed his extra gun magazines near his gun holster, which would make it hard for law enforcement to reload with their free hand during a gunfight.

Here is the November 14th event in DC,

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The officers were not aware of any FBI agents helping manage the protests, and noticed Carter would move away from them whenever they got close.

Real federal agents then contacted the Secret Service Joint Operations Center and asked police officers to approach Carter, who said he was ‘FBI’ while wearing a facemask and baseball cap, obscuring his identity.

When they asked him for his credentials, Carter claimed he didn’t have them before flipping on his blue emergency lights and driving away.

Police gave chase on bike, with one officer chasing him through several D.C. streets before abandoning the pursuit for ‘officer safety reasons.’

The investigation into who the mystery man was became a joint operation between Capitol Police, FBI, D.C. Metropolitan Police Department and the Secret Service.

The organizations were unable to track him down until one man, Secret Service Special Agent A. Pascual, acted on a long-shot hunch that eventually uncovered the ruse.

Pascual figured out Carter ‘could potentially be wearing a t-shirt manufactured by’ Florida business 13Fifty Apparel. Pascual worked with business owner, Christopher Lewis, to sift through his list of recent customers.

They deduced the shirt was relatively new as it had a ’13FA’ logo on the sleeve, which was introduced by the company within the last year.

Pascual ran the customer list through different databases and eventually narrowed down the possibilities to one ‘based on photos, race, and other demographic information.’

Pascual then used a similar process to search SignsAndTagsOnline.com for a purchase that matched the fake police cruiser’s license plate, and eventually figured out Carter used both businesses.

While they found his identity, law enforcement didn’t uncover the fact Sterling was both a wanted fugitive and a credentialed congressional staffer with security clearances until three weeks after the chase.

According to an affidavit, Secret Service agents broke into Carter’s home on New Year’s Day in 2021, where they found his Glock 19 handgun, extra magazines, ammunition and receipts for his decked-out police cruiser.

Carter was found and arrested in his parents’ home state of Georgia, before spending months in jails across Georgia, Oklahoma and Washington, D.C.

Luckily the government managed to find and catch this criminal. Still, the Congressman who brought him to DC in the first place is still in office and there is no saying as to how many more of these Democrat staffers have done similar stunts without being caught. Do you think they have been intentionally creating violence and unrest to discredit the MAGA movement?

Democrat Staffer Posed as FBI Agent to Control MAGA Crowd

Joel Bailey

Joel Bailey is a social commentator and writer at the Next News Network. He graduated from Fisher College in Boston, Massachusetts and was adopted from Africa. He is proof of the American dream and learned conservative values at a young age.
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