The list of Hasson's personalities includes Democratic politicians – the Dem. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, New York, Sense Chuck Schumer, New York, Cory Booker, New Jersey, Richard Blumenthal, Connecticut and Kamala Harris, California and former Representative. Beto O 'Rourke, of Texas – as well as CNN reporters, Don Lemon, Chris Cuomo and Van Jones and Chris Hayes, MSNBC's Ari Melber and Joe Scarborough.
The court documents indicate that Hasson had subscribed to the views of extremists and white supremacy and that he would rely on the manifesto of Anders Breivik, a Norwegian convicted in 2011 of two terrorist attacks that killed 77 people.
The government says Hasson has also stocked steroids and human growth hormone "to increase its ability to carry out attacks," according to Breivik's manifesto's instructions.
"The defendant is a national terrorist, determined to commit dangerous acts for human life that are intended to affect the conduct of the government," prosecutors wrote.
Chief Warrant Officer Barry Lane, spokesman for the US Coast Guard's headquarters, said in a statement that the arrest was part of an investigation by the Coast Guard.
"An active Coast Guard member, stationed at Coast Guard headquarters in Washington, was arrested last week for indictment of illegal guns and drugs as a result of an ongoing investigation." by the Coast Guard Investigation Service, in cooperation with the FBI and the Department.As this is an open investigation, the Coast Guard does not have more details at the moment, "said Lane.
Reflecting on a draft e-mail acquired by prosecutors, Hasson reportedly wrote, "I dream of a way to kill almost everyone on the planet".
In another e-mail project, apparently written to a known American neo-Nazi leader, Hasson reportedly wrote: "We need a white homeland because Europe seems lost."
According to the documents, when the security forces searched his home, they found 15 guns and more than 1,000 rounds of ammunition.
Hasson, who is posted to the Coast Guard Headquarters in Washington, is a former navy. He will appear Thursday in the Maryland District Federal Court for a hearing.
In a statement, Blumenthal spokeswoman Maria McElwain said she was grateful for the FBI's 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 hateful extremism," McElwain said.