Hasson's list includes democratic politicians – Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, New York, Sens Chuck Schumer, New York, Cory Booker, New Jersey, Richard Blumenthal, Connecticut and Kamala Harris, California and former Rep Beto O & # 39; Rourke, of Texas – as well CNN journalists Don Lemon, Chris Cuomo and Van Jones and The court documents say that Hasson swears over the supernatural and white supremacist views and claims he believes in the manifesto of Anders Breivik, a Norwegian who was convicted in 2011 of two terrorist attacks that killed 77 people
The government says Hasson also has steroids and human growth hormones "to increase his ability to commit attacks," in accordance with directions to Breivik's manifesto.
"The defendant is a domestic ter rorist, who strives to commit acts that are dangerous to human life intended to affect the conduct of the government," the prosecutors wrote.
According to War Guard Chief Warrant Barry Lane, US Coast Guard Headquarters spokesman, the arrest is part of an investigation led by the Coast Guard.
"An active duty member of the Coast Guard, standing on the Coast The Guard Headquarters in Washington, DC, was arrested last week on illegal weapons and drug charges as a result of the ongoing investigation led by Coast Guard Investigative Service, in partnership with the FBI and the Department of Justice. Coast Guard has no further details at this time, "Lane said.
In a draft email obtained by prosecutors, it is said that Hasson wrote, "I'm dreaming of a way to kill almost every last human in the world."
] In another draft e-mail , it seems written in a well-known American neo-Nazi leader, said Hasson wrote, "We need a white homeland like Europe that seems lost."
When law enforcement agents were searching for their home they found 15 guns and more 1, 000 bullets, according to the documents.
Hasson, who was assigned to the Coast Guard Headquarters in Washington, was formerly Marine. He will appear Thursday at the US District Court for the District of Maryland for a hearing.
In a statement, Blumenthal's spokeswoman Mary McElwain said she was grateful for the FBI intervention.
"Senator Blumenthal is grateful to the FBI and federal prosecutors for their work in this case and their ongoing efforts to combat violent and abusive extremism," McElwain said.