The FBI faced criticism after hosting a recruitment tent at an LGBTQ Pride event in North Carolina recently.
The FBI’s Charlotte branch posted a photo on X of agents with pride flags hanging on a recruitment tent in an effort to get attendees to join the bureau.
“Recently, FBI Charlotte participated in a Pride event where the FBI spoke to attendees about career opportunities and the work the Bureau does to protect civil rights,” the FBI wrote in the post.
Social media users quickly criticized the post, with some asking why the FBI was at the event and not arresting those responsible for attacking the White House over the weekend.
From The Gateway Pundit:
Besides recruiting at Pride Events, the FBI has also been busy arresting Trump supporters for entering the Capitol on January 6th. The first North Carolina residents arrested with the help of Charlotte’s FBI was Christopher Raphael Spencer and Virginia Spencer a husband and wife who were charged for “Parading, demonstrating or picketing in the Capitol” back in 2021.