Woke Teacher Arrested For Trying To Sell Secrets

A woke activists and private school teacher along with her husband have been arrested for trying to allegedly sell military secrets.

Diana Toebbe was arrested with her husband Jonathan over the weekend in West Virginia related to espionage charges. Over the period of a year Jonathan Toebbe sold information to what he thought was a foreign power but was actually an FBI agent.

The pair believed they were selling secret information about nuclear submarines, Diana was a private school teacher in Annapolis, Maryland.

Diana’s social media account was full of Black Lives Matter and anti-Trump posts.

From Fox News:

A Twitter account appearing to also belong to Diana Toebbe shows her following various “resistance” accounts in protest of Trump, including the “Rogue NASA” account described as “the unofficial ‘Resistance’ team of NASA” on its description.

One retweet from the account in 2017, just days after Trump’s inauguration, shows a photo reading, “To the rest of the world, due to an insufficient amount of moral courage, America is temporarily out of order. We hope to restore service as quickly as possible. In the meantime, we in the resistance movement join hands with those around the world who realize we are one people. May the forces of good be with us. #TheResistance.”

Jonathan Toebbe’s is an active duty nuclear engineering officer and a reserve human resources officer, both live in Annapolis, Maryland. Voting roles show they are both registered Democrats.

According to the FBI  Jonathan Toebbe allegedly sent sensitive Navy documents to a foreign government and wrote he was interested in selling more.

Toebbe contacted the undisclosed foreign government and gave instructions on how to secretly communicate.

“I apologize for this poor translation into your language. Please forward this letter to your military intelligence agency. I believe this information will be of great value to your nation. This is not a hoax,” he wrote in April of 2020.

The FBI intercepted the package and began investigating.

An under cover agent sent Toebbe $10,000 in cryptocurrency as a show of good faith and arraigned for another meeting in West Virginia. Diana Toebbe served as the lookout for her husband during a dead-drop operation. The pair were arrested after the FBI collected a blue memory card wrapped in a peanut butter sandwich. The contents of the blue memory allegedly contained  “design elements and performance characteristics of Virginia-class submarine reactors.”

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