Since the late 90s it's been common practice by the government and its contractors to go to great lengths to create fake websites and internet community members purporting to be a part of a movement. Google Information Operations or get a primer from this DoD site. http://www.au.af.mil/au/awc/awcgate/army-usawc/info_ops_primer.pdf Even pulitzer prize winner, Glenn Greenwald exposes these tactics in a 2014 piece which can be read here: https://theintercept.com/2014/02/24/jtrig-manipulation/
Exposing Infragard, by a persona known as "Anthony Forwood" is an example of this. Forwood is a fantasy, even his avatar is the picture of a fictional government agent. He's created as a psychological warfare tactic to confuse those researching targeted individuals (those subjugated with electromagnetic weapons and Cointelpro 2016, as Webster Tarpley, PhD, calls it), and to fracture the community of victims trying to get help. He's recently been exposed on a number of sites, and his recent July 2016 post is another dirty little trick to divert attention away from this, and maybe even fool his victims, and the uninformed general public, into thinking he's not IO.
However, all one has to do to get the truth is read his past posts. He goes to great lengths to discredit every hero out there helping targeted individuals, and trying to expose these crimes against humanity. He maligns them, defames them, and twists their words like an expert spin doctor. He doesn't support anyone helping targeted individuals, he only writes hit pieces, and he tries to associate the advocacy groups with bogus fringe sciences. Exposing Infragard is truly professional trickery at its finest.
For accurate information on Targeted Individuals and the credible whistleblowers trying to stop the evolution of MK-ULTRA, known as the Monarch Program, visit sites like FreedomSOS.com or BiggerThanSnowden.com