Sheriff Chad Bianco admits to being a dues-paying member of Oath Keepers


Bianco stipulated that he doesn’t remember being a part of Oath Keepers, and that he found an email from 2014 that sustains that he joined for a year

Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco acknowledged being a dues-paying member of Oath Keepers during 2014, a group whose reputation is one of militant anti-government extremists.

However, Bianco is unapologetic and claims that he does not recall being part of the group but reported that he found an email from 2014 supporting his affiliation with the group.

“I found an email from 2014 where I joined for a year. I don’t even remember it,” says Chad Bianco

The existence of this unique sheriff’s membership, along with approximately 40,000 other Oath Keepers memberships, including current and former military and police personnel across the country, was exposed after hackers breached security and stole the information from the Oath Keepers website.

The members of this group, apparently, had an active and critical participation in the assault on the nation’s Capitol during the “Stop the Steal” rally, which occurred in January.

However, Bianco spoke in favor of Oath Keepers, stipulating that it is an organization that is in favor of the Constitution and freedom mislabeled by the FBI and the mainstream media. DDoSecrets (Distributed Denial of Secrets), a subversive whistleblower group founded in 2018, made the information available to the media.

Its members use swashbuckling nicknames like The Lorax and The Architect and secure web browsers so that information is spread anonymously. The group has been described as an offshoot of Wikileaks.

Bianco’s involvement was first made public Monday in a Tweet from JJ MacNab, a researcher and expert on extremist organizations at George Washington University who has been following Oath Keepers since its formation in 2009 and, more recently, the activities of Bianco. She said Bianco appeared on her radar when she heard him describe himself as “the last line of defense from tyrannical government overreach” on her podcast, RSO Roundup.

“When there are enough red flags, I start paying attention,” MacNab said in a telephone interview Tuesday.

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