Not Guilty: Jury found obvious FBI misconduct in so called Gov. Whitmer kidnap plot

Disgraced FBI Director Chris Wray

The Democrats and the corporate media tried desperately to paint anyone who opposes them as domestic terrorists, Parents at school board meetings, those who don’t want schools passing out puberty blockers to grade schoolers, Trump supporters, those who want low taxes… anyone….even if they have to stage it

Well that is exactly what happened here. The so called plot to Kidnap a Democrat politician had more more people on the FBI payroll than it had plotters and the FBI came up with the plot in the first place. The jury saw what was obvious illegal entrapment. 

Red State

In the end, it appears that there was never any serious attempt to kidnap and kill Whitmer. Rather, some men of less than solid repute were herded and groomed to be part of a plot that never would have taken place without the FBI’s involvement. That’s not how any of this is supposed to work. Domestic terrorism plots are not supposed to be invented by the government in order to support the political narratives of a single party. Yet, that’s exactly what it seems happened here.

And don’t kid yourself — none of this happened right before the 2020 election by accident. There’s no doubt in my mind the FBI and DOJ wanted Donald Trump to lose, and what better way to help that along than to make it seem as if his supporters were domestic terrorists?


American Greatness

Two other FBI agents who handled Chappel were removed from the government’s witness list amid accusations of unethical conduct. Stephen Robeson, a longtime FBI informant and convicted felon, also was fired for committing at least two other crimes while working on the Whitmer investigation. Known to the defendants as “Steve,” Robeson coordinated numerous events including a militia conference in Dublin, Ohio in June 2020 and training exercises in his home state of Wisconsin. After the government accused him of acting as a “double agent” and Robeson threatened to plead the Fifth, Judge Jonker denied defense counsel’s motion to compel his testimony.

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