Without much fanfare, it was announced yesterday that 42-year-old Navy submarine engineer Jonathon Toebbe and his 49-year-old high school teacher wife Diana Toebbe, were arrested by the FBI and charged with selling nuclear secrets to an unknown foreign nation. Before the Virginia couple was caught up in an FBI sting operation, they advertised for a babysitter on Facebook for their two young children so they could drop off the stolen intelligence from the US Navy.
Diana’s social media accounts contained images and messages of support for Hillary Clinton and hatred for President Donald Trump.
The “Women Can Stop Trump” image seen below, was found on Diana’s Facebook page. Did she plan to “stop Trump” by helping her husband to sell nuclear secrets to a foreign country?
She also retweeted this “resist” message in 2017 on Twitter. The #Resist movement was popular with leftist Hillary Clinton supporters but seems to have lost its relevance when it comes to resisting the tyranny of Joe Biden and his regime’s unconstitutional mandates or his dangerous open borders.
Daily Mail reports – On July 28, Diana Toebbe, 45, asked for a babysitter on Facebook to watch her children early on Saturday morning for up to five to six hours.
She then posted an update to the original post, only visible to friends, with the word ‘*FOUND*’, implying a babysitter had been organized.
She and her husband Jonathan Toebbe, 42, then left their home in Annapolis, Maryland, unaware they were being watched by the FBI and headed to West Virginia.
Agents continued to surveil them as Jonathan Toebbe placed a 32-gigabyte memory card hidden in a sealed Band-Aid wrapper in a container set up as a drop point, by an undercover FBI operative.
The FBI says that Jonathan added a note with the package saying he was interested in selling information on Virginia-class nuclear submarine reactions to a foreign power, back when Donald Trump was still the US President.
Diana was a Humanities professor at the Key School for the last ten years, a progressive private school in Annapolis, where she taught history and English.
The Key School high school where the radical wife of the US Navy submarine engineer taught touts itself as a K-12 “progressive” school.
Former school graduates and current employees described Diana as a strong feminist and very liberal.
Craig Martien, 20, a 2019 graduate of Key School who collaborated with Diana on a yearbook and an after-school anthropology club said she was ‘insanely smart’.
However, he said she was shocked by Trump’s 2016 election and mentioned several times the possibility of moving to Australia — one of six countries that currently possess nuclear submarines.
‘She said she couldn’t stand the current state of politics and actually had found some job opportunities over there,’ he said.
On her Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, Diana shared pictures of her dogs, her family, and selfies – a far cry from her alleged life as a spy.
But some posts hinted that she was unhappy with the government and her country.
Were Diana and her husband selling nuclear secrets to a foreign country to avenge Donald Trump’s clear defeat of Hillary Clinton in 2016? Wouldn’t this couple’s actions more closely fit the “domestic terrorists” label given to Trump supporters who chanted “stop the steal!” from outside of the Capitol building on January 6th?