Ali Alexander also said that "FBI failures, agitators dressed in militant outfits, and police brutality" should be blamed for violence on January 6.
Critical race theory has spawned a backlash, resulting in anti-CRT legislation and a voter awakening. This cannot be tolerated by the regime.
"Hopefully Brian will be located soon," the Laundrie family attorney, Steven Bertolino, said in a statement on Thursday.
"Chris was asked to point out any favorite trails or spots that Brian may have used in the preserve," the family lawyer said.
The executive director of SITE Intelligence Group said Trump supporters wanted to "kill" officials and "carry out a coup."
A team of specialists led by form FBI agents claims "new physical and forensic evidence" has uncovered the identity of the Zodiac killer.
Cassidy Rainwater, 33, was reported missing on August 25 six weeks after she was last seen. Her whereabouts are still unknown.
The FBI said the Zodiac case "remains open" and there is "no new information to share" after a group of investigators claimed to have identified the killer on Wednesday.
The fiancé of Gabby Petito was last seen on September 13, according to an updated statement from his family attorney.
The reality television star has received a tip that the 23-year-old was sighted near the Tennessee, North Carolina border.
Dr Michael Baden said he believed the FBI was being "very cautious" because the agency doesn't want to make a mistake.
The alleged kidnapper is suspected of keeping the woman in a cage on the property.
"I am deeply sorry that in this case, the victims did not receive the response or the protection that they deserved," Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco said.
The National School Board Association documented more than 20 instances of threats, harassment, disruption and acts of intimidation.
Records show police were called to the Laundrie family home twice on September 10 for "public service" calls.
The FBI paired with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement as the search for the missing college student enters its seventh day.
Retired FBI agent John MacVeigh has said that the person of interest in the disappearance of Gabby Petito may have fled the country.
Social media posts about such a banner appeared after the reality TV star joined the search for Laundrie.
Richard Watrous told the FBI he went to the Capitol "as soon as" former President Donald Trump had finished making his speech.
Trump Jr. said that he has "much more faith in Dog The Bounty Hunter finding this scumbag than the FBI" on Wednesday night.
The U.S. is approaching more than 2,700 domestic terrorism threats, compared with under 1,000 threats from foreign entities, the bureau says.
More details have emerged that add to a timeline of Laundrie's known appearances.
Attorney Steven Bertolino said the Laundrie family went camping from September 6 to September 8, before leaving the park together.
In February, Petito shared an image of her and Laundrie together at Fort De Soto Park, located about 75 miles away from the Laundries' home.
The FBI's annual Uniform Crime Report found homicide offenses rose by 29.4 percent from 2019 – the highest increase since record-keeping began in 1960.
South Dakota reported the highest increase in homicides, while New Hampshire reported the highest decrease.
"Gabby is the most amazing person I've ever met... I'm asking you guys to be inspired by the way she treated people, all people," Joseph Petito, her father, said.
A source close to the family of the person of interest in the disappearance of Gabby Petito told CNN there were fears for Laundrie's safety.
Norma Jean Jalovec said Laundrie got into her vehicle near the spot in Grand Teton National Park where another driver is said to have dropped him off.
A major search is underway for Laundrie, who hasn't been seen since September 14.