Liberty Safe blasted over admission that it voluntarily gave FBI the access code to Jan. 6 protester’s gun safe: ‘Start marketing your stuff as Bud Light storage’

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by Joseph Mackinnon, The Blaze:

A prominent gun safe company has come under fire after admitting that it voluntarily provided the access code for a customer’s safe to the FBI.

Liberty Safe’s attempt to explain why the company readily surrendered a January 6 protester’s code has not gone over well, prompting critics to threaten giving the company “the Bud Light treatment.”

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According to the Biden Department of Justice, Hughes, spotted wearing an “Infowars”-branded Space Force shirt in the vicinity of the Lower West Terrace tunnel at the Capitol on Jan. 6, allegedly “helped other rioters physically fight police in an attempt to breach the line and enter the U.S. Capitol building.”

Extra to his social media posts, the Arkansas Times indicated that the FBI was able to identify Hughes on the basis of the “distinct notches at the top of his ears.”

What’s the background?

Nathan Earl Hughes, 34, was arrested on Aug. 30 in Fayetteville, Arkansas, on felony and misdemeanor charges.

According to the Biden Department of Justice, Hughes, spotted wearing an “Infowars”-branded Space Force shirt in the vicinity of the Lower West Terrace tunnel at the Capitol on Jan. 6, allegedly “helped other rioters physically fight police in an attempt to breach the line and enter the U.S. Capitol building.”

Extra to his social media posts, the Arkansas Times indicated that the FBI was able to identify Hughes on the basis of the “distinct notches at the top of his ears.”

Hughes is apparently known to the twin conservative commentators Keith and Kevin Hodge, who claimed on X, “Last week, a friend of ours was raided by the feds over J6.”

“Nate was raided by the FBI and arrested at gun point. His girlfriend (who just had a miscarriage) was held at gun point and put in handcuffs. The FBI turned off his security cameras, unplugged his internet, and flipped his house upside down in a search,” stated the Hodgetwins account. “The feds called the manufacturer of his Liberty Gun Safe and got the passcode to get into it too. All for protesting at the Capitol over 2 1/2 years ago.”

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