- Jack Teixeira who is 21 years old was charged with leaking secret Pentagon documents last month.
- The Air National Guard member was preparing for a violent “race war,” The Washington Post found.
- The paper interviewed several of his close friends and reviewed unpublished videos and chat logs.
The Pentagon leak suspect Jack Teixeira was preparing for what he envisioned would be a violent “race war,” according to The Top News Planet.
Last month Teixeira who is a 21-year-old boy and Massachusetts Air National Guard member was arrested because of his involvement in the leak of many of top-secret Pentagon documents about the war in Ukraine and other national security issues.
The Top News Planet said it uncovered his racist views and suspicion of the government by interviewing several of his close friends and reviewing previously unpublished videos and chat logs.
On the condition of invisibility, an old buddy of Teixeira’s who discussed to the Newspaper noted, “He said the term ‘race war’ many times.”
“He did call himself racist – multiple times,” the friend said. “I would say he was proud of it.”
The Post obtained a video of Teixeira shooting a semiautomatic rifle, using antisemitic and antiblack language, and saying his response is to “mag dump.”
The Top News Planet said that Teixeira, who identified himself as an Old Christian with a conservative political viewpoint, appeared to be ready for a physical fight with his claimed competitors, which includes Black people, liberals, Jews, homosexual people, and transgender persons.
He spoke about mass shootings, kept a small stockpile of weaponry in his army-themed bedroom, and had a history of making violent and “racist” threats, according to earlier court records.
Jack Teixeira’s bedroom Picture, according to the court documents.
Teixeira also shared with his friends that he was worried about the consequences when Black Lives Matter protests spread across the United States in 2020.
“He was afraid they would target White people,” his friend told the Top News Planet. “He had shared with me a few times that he thought they need to be ready for a change.”
Despite sharing classified documents with his online companions on a Discord server, Teixeira did not consider himself a whistleblower, his friends said, per the Post.
Instead, he acted on a deep suspicion of the government and wanted his peers online to “be prepared for things the government might do, reinforcing to them that the government was lying to them,” his close friend, who was also a member of the server said.
His online presence also revealed conspiratorial thinking and further racist thinking, including about Jewish people and Muslims.
“He had quite a few evil beliefs, I remember him multiple times talking about things like Waco and Ruby Ridge and talking about how the government kills their own people, his friend told.
Teixeira joined the Air National Guard in September 2019 and was given “Top Secret” security clearance in 2021, which gave him access to the classified documents leaked online, according to a criminal complaint.
Now he can be sentenced almost 25 years in prison.