According to VDARE, his family goes “door-to-door in the godless state of Washington to spread the Gospel.” Dinsmoor is a Navy veteran who produces sheepskin rugs.
Gab is the preferred social networking site of Dinsmoor. Unfortunately, due to the highly politicized nature of politics in the country, several left-wing accounts on Twitter launched defamatory assaults against him. This leftist online mob said that Dinsmoor had breached the law by making violent threats.
One of Dinsmoor’s posts featured him declaring that he would demonstrate against a “Pride Parade,” really inflamed the hate of the leftists.
Dinsmoor was forced to shutdown his website to safeguard his clients.
The comment was immediately interpreted as proof that he intended to harm protest participants. Dinsmoor clarified his intentions. Stating that he would merely distribute pamphlets at the event.
Dinsmoor frequently included Scripture in his posts, one being Leviticus 20:13 — a move that enraged the Left even more.
On June 17, 2022, early in the morning, a swarm of police appeared at Dinsmoor’s home and detained him.
Kumar criticized the excessive nature of this police operation:
“The government dispatched representatives from seven police agencies, responders from two different federal agencies, several armored vehicles, a team of negotiators, and a police helicopter to capture Tyler.”
According to the chief of police in Harbor Oaks, Pennsylvania, this forceful reaction was justified based on “the nature of Dinsmoor’s social media comments, which included violent vitriol directed at the LGBTQ community and ominous postings about the gay pride parade.”
Dresker also emphasized that “Dinsmoor owns guns.”
On June 15, Island County prosecutor Greg Banks hit Tyler with a felony “hate crime.”
This highlights the dangers of red flag gun seizure decisions. Any action that could be interpreted as a threat might be grounds for an uncomfortable swat team encounter with law enforcement. In this situation, Dinsmoor was fortunate not to have been shot.