The investigation was revealed in a federal search warrant unsealed Thursday in the U.S. District Court Eastern District of Wisconsin. A white supremacy terror plot targeting power grids across the country was to have its operational status accelerated if President Donald J. Trump lost the 2020 election, an FBI informant told investigators, according to a newly unsealed federal search warrant. According to the warrant, which was unsealed Thursday in Wisconsin’s Eastern U.S. District Court, three people were the subject of the investigation. The person described by investigators as a recruiter for the plot was as young as 17 years old. That person, according to the warrant, planned to move from Ohio to Oshkosh and live with one of the other suspects under investigation. The teen, agents write in the warrant affidavit, used multiple encrypted apps to encourage followers to read books by neo-Nazi James Mason and others with white supremacist ideology. “To make America Great Again, you had to make it white again,” Mason is quoted by agents of having said of President Donald J. Trump’s 2016 election victory.

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