A total of 25 guns that includes 10 semiautomatic pistols and 15 rifles together with 10,000 rounds of ammunition were seized from a teenager who posted disturbing memes on iFunny and Discord.

Justin Olsen, an 18-year old citizen from Ohio was charged on Monday for allegedly posting threats of shooting federal officers. He was arrested earlier this month for the alleged death threats and mass shooting with Planned Parenthood as the target.

During the arrest, the surprising amount of weapons were found along with the 300 other round of ammunition in his house’ staircase and the machete on his car. AR-15 style rifles and shotguns were also found with a gun vault in his room as well as the rifle cases, camouflage clothing, and camouflage backpacks.

Olsen admitted that he had been making iFunny memes and posting under the name ArmyOfChrist. The 18-year-old Ohio man, however, declared that his hate posts on Discord were supposed to be a joke and that it was a hyperbolic conclusion based on the Waco siege result that leads him to post threatening to kill federal agents.

It was in February that Olsen’s iFunny account ArmyOfChrist called the attention of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The account continued to gain more subscribers that Olsen decided to use a radicalized online space common phenomenon to privately interact with his iFunny followers. He created a Discord server where he allegedly posted about killing federal officers.

Olsen’s threatening Discord chat logs were in June where he was spotted chatting with other users about David Koresh, a cult leader. They were discussing FBI’s 1993 siege near Waco, Texas and that was when he said to shoot every federal agent on sight.

The iFunny spokesperson released a statement saying that iFunny is the most influential app among US young adults, reaching out the 25 percent of the 43 million young adults. The spokesperson further discussed that since the young adults make up a big part in the US population, the potential criminals in their age bracket could be the same potential among the whole society. Discord has yet to release a reaction on the matter.

Olsen’s ArmyOfChrist iFunny account that has 5000 subscribers remains up until now while some of his posts promoting his Discord server were taken down.