An ex-U.S. Army soldier, Daniel Alan Baker, 33, has been arrested after allegedly threatening to kidnap and attack Trump supporters during demos planned at the Florida state Capitol An ex-Army soldier who described himself as a ‘hardcore leftist’ has been arrested after allegedly issuing a call to arms online. Daniel Alan Baker, 33, is alleged to have attempted to recruit ‘like-minded’ individuals to join him at the Florida state Capitol in Tallahassee, days before Joe Biden’s presidential inauguration. Baker is alleged to have taken part in a number of Black Lives Matter and anti-police protests around the country last year. He was arrested by the FBI on Friday along with agents from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the Tallahassee Police Department. Prosecutors say Baker was turfed out of the army after going AWOL instead of following orders and being deployed with his unit to Iraq. He is also alleged to have fought alongside a militia group in Syria. Baker, 33, is alleged to have made threats online and encouraged other ‘like-minded’ people to join him ‘This is an armed coup and can only be stopped by an armed community. If you’re afraid to die fighting the enemy, stay in bed and… Read full this story
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