If you use the terms “red-pilled,” “based,” and “Chad,” you could be an extremist, the FBI says

https://video.reclaimthenet.org/platform/FBI-Terms-extrem-99825383532.mp4   If you use the terms “red-pilled,” “based,” “looksmaxxing,” and even names like “Chad” and “Stacey,” you may just be a violent extremist. At least, that’s according to the FBI. It turns out, the FBI has a secret list of flagged terms that it uses internally to possibly indicate an individual’s involvement in “violent extremism,” This was revealed in documents obtained by The Heritage Foundation’s Oversight Project. It’s not just specific phrases that the FBI is watching out for, but also certain words like “cel,” which is short for “incel” or “involuntary celibate.” According to the FBI, this online community of men believes that they can’t attract women, and as a result, they’re involuntarily celibate. The FBI’s glossary of words also indicates “racially or ethnically motivated violent extremism” and a list of “key terms” about “involuntary celibate violent extremism.” The Oversight Project has tweeted about the FBI’s documents, expressing concern about how the FBI equates protected online speech to violence. According to the FBI, using common online terms like “based” or “redpilled” are signs of “Racially or Ethnically Motivated Violent Extremism.” Here are some highlights of the common internet terms the FBI thinks could be a sign of extremism. “Red pilled” is an idea taken from the popular Matrix movies refers to someone taking a path of truth. But, according to the FBI, it could indicate someone who has racist, or fascist beliefs. The FBI thinks the term “Chad” is a “Race-specific term used to describe an idealized version…If you use the terms “red-pilled,” “based,” and “Chad,” you could be an extremist, the FBI says