On Thursday, federal agents announced that they foiled a terror plot to kidnap Michigan’s governor. It comes conveniently timed to distract from the revelation that the CIA sent a criminal referral to the FBI to investigate Hillary Clinton’s Russian collusion, which conspiracy was being criminally carried out by the FBI itself. It also backs the assertions of the FBI’s alleged director Christopher Wray that White supremacists are more of a threat than the Black Lives Matter anarchists burning and looting liberal American cities. You won’t even hear a hint of speculation in the mainstream news that the FBI sure waited a long time to do anything.
The plot is thicker than it seems
The Deep State is solidly implicated in a terror operation that was conveniently disrupted by the FBI this week. Everyone, including Michigan’s Governor Gretchen Whitmer, is demanding to know why the FBI waited until now to stop the plot to kidnap her, when they knew about it all summer, starting in June. It might be because they were grooming the domestic terrorists and directing various groups they were monitoring to interact with each other to carry out deep state suggestions thinking the ideas were their own.
Left-wing radical protesters have been organizing violent riots all summer, carefully calculated to draw their equally radical right-wing counterparts into open warfare on the streets. George Soros and the dynasties which plot a “New World Order” have been trying hard to spark a Helter Skelter race war. They haven’t been getting the response they wanted from the right. They were fully convinced that extreme and unstable “patriot” groups like the Boogaloo boys would quickly jump in to counter the Antifa-inspired anarchy. They didn’t. Other than a handful of isolated incidents, which were frowned on by all the legitimate patriot and militia groups, all the violence has been supplied by the left. Until just when Dems need it the most.
Six conspirators, unhappy with the way Governor Whitmer ran her state decided to do something about the “tyrant.” They planned to kidnap her from her vacation home and hold a “trial” for charges of “treason.” Lots of conservative Americans agree that Whitmer is not doing her job or defending the Constitution. They even agree she should stand trial to answer for her actions but a kidnapping plot is still a no-no. Somebody was directing these guys and giving them hints when they ran out of ideas. Was it the the FBI? Or, maybe someone “helping” the FBI out a little? Who knows? An FBI confidential source recorded their meetings for a quick $8,600.
The Wolverine Watchmen
Somebody came up with the idea of hooking up with a militia group known as the Wolverine Watchmen. At least seven members of that group are implicated along with the original kidnap conspirators. It’s funny how that would be the group chosen out of all the militia groups available to hook up with. Factor in that the Wolverines were also being watched by the FBI for months and things start adding up to look like a plot. The Wolverines had a project of their own going to kill police officers and “instigate a civil war.”
Six men formed the core of the initial conspiracy plot to kidnap Whitmer.Adam Fox, 37, of Potterville; Barry Croft, 44, of Bear, Delaware; Ty Garbin, 24, of Hartland; Kaleb Franks, 26, of Waterford; Daniel Harris, 23, of Lake Orion; Brandon Caserta, 32, of Canton Township. The group made visits to her home in northern Michigan and did some training with firearms and improvised explosives. They even considered blowing up a bridge to slow the response of law enforcement. Caserta posted a video while wearing a Hawaiian shirt so he’s automatically considered to be in on the boogaloo movement.
Separately, state charges were filed against seven individuals linked to the militia group Wolverine Watchmen. Paul Bellar, 21, of Milford; Shawn Fix, 38, of Belleville; Eric Molitor, 36, of Cadillac; Michael Null, 38, of Plainwell; William Null, 38, of Shelbyville; Pete Musico, 42; and Joseph Morrison, 26, who live together in Munith. These suspects overlap with the group planning the kidnap plot and “are alleged to have called on the groups’ members to identify the home addresses of law enforcement officers in order to target them; made threats of violence to instigate a civil war leading to societal collapse; and engaged in the planning and training for an operation to attack the state Capitol building and kidnap government officials, including Whitmer.”