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The FBI is targeting 'Chad' as dangerous internet slang

The FBI is targeting 'Chad' as dangerous internet slang

A recent FOIA request revealed that the FBI is keeping a list of internet terms to be on the lookout for. Among the terms listed are “Chad,” “Stacey,” and “red pill.”

Chad Prather, BlazeTV host of "The Chad Prather Show," is wondering if this means the FBI will come knocking on his door any time soon.

Chad says, “'Red-pilled’ indicates the adoption of racist, anti-Semitic, infectious beliefs. I mean they’re just making shit up. Just making shit up.”

He continues, “You can’t say ‘based,’” because “that’s an extremist word.”

According to the government, Chad says, “based” means “somebody that’s been converted to racist ideology or as a way of indicating an ideological agreement.”

He goes on to his own name, “Chad.”

“Chad,” he says, is an “idealized version of a male, who’s very successful at gaining sexual and romantic attention from women. Incels unsuccessfully compete against ‘Chads’ for attention.”

“Looksmaxxing” is another term the government has deemed dangerous.

“That's a new one,” Chad says, “that’s a process of self-improvement with the intent to become more attractive. How dare you.”

“My name,” he continues, “puts me on an FBI watchlist. I don’t think, ultimately, that’s why I’m on the lists. But, I mean, I might as well go all out.”

“And for that, thank you, Mom.”

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