‘Christian Warrior’ Arrested After Threatening Terrorist Massacre of ‘Gays, F*gg*ts, Lesbians’

 
 

Prominent Anti-Government 9/11 Truther and Conspiracy Theorist Said Attack Would 'Use His Weapons as the Founding Fathers Intended'

A Las Vegas man is under arrest after making a terrorist threat against "gays, f*gg*ts, lesbians and satanists." 24-year Bryce Cuellar, who describes himself as a "Christian warrior," made what local police called a "credible threat" in a YouTube video he posted to his YouTube channel, which has over 160,000 subscribers.

"Las Vegas police say they were notified on July 2 by Interpol via Google about a suspicious/threatening YouTube video," KTNV reports. A grand jury indicted Cuellar Wednesday on "one felony count each of making threats or conveying false information concerning acts of terrorism, conspiracy to commit a crime, and one misdemeanor of attempting to destroy evidence," the Las Vegas Sun reports.

In the video Cuellar, according to police, was wearing "a 308 sniper rifle and a .22-caliber AR-15-type rifle," and night vision goggles, the Sun notes.

"He is tired of America and its government, which wants to take his First and Second Amendment rights, and he's eager to use his weapons as the Founding Fathers intended, he tells the camera, according to police," the Sun adds, stating, "Cuellar's ideology is rooted in government conspiracies, such as one involving the Illuminati, which some believe to be a secret society that controls world governments and economies, police said."

"America is done and America is over, 'F--- America' and he will fire his gun in order to initiate a civil war within the United States and within the government," he said, according to the report. He ends by saying he wants to kill Satanists and homosexuals.

KTNV reports police found posts on Cuellar's Facebook page "about the Orlando shooting and posts that outlines his anti-government, sovereign citizen and militia ideologies. Police say that Cuellar has become increasingly more radical and aggressive in his videos over the past 3 years."

The New York Daily News reports Cuellar's YouTube "videos are a mash up of bizarre theories saying that the world is run by the devil-worshiping Illuminati celebrities and politicians forcing a gay agenda."

A prominent theme is the New World Order taking away citizens’ liberties by faking mass shootings and the World Trade Center attacks.

Raw Story calls Cuellar’s YouTube page "a collection of conspiracy-minded videos including ones that question what happened at Sandy Hook Elementary, support for the Bundy family’s war on the government, the threat of the Illuminati  and proof that angels and demons are real. Investigators say the timeline of his videos suggest that he has sunk deeper in the world of conspiracy mongering over the past three years."

Cuellar's videos have been viewed over 73 million times.