whitmer-says-trump-‘inciting-domestic-terrorism’-—-but-kidnapping-mastermind-was-fbi-informant!

Michigan Democrat Governor Gretchen Whitmer accused President Trump of “inciting domestic terrorism” in reference to a recent anarchist plot spearheaded by FBI informants to kidnap her.

“It’s incredibly disturbing that the president of the United States, 10 days after a plot to kidnap, put me on trial, and execute me…is at it again…inciting this kind of domestic terrorism,” Whitmer said Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”

.@GovWhitmer says President Trump is inciting terrorism because supports chanted “lock her up”

“Ten days after a plot to kidnap, put me on trial and execute me. Ten days after that was uncovered, the president is at it again…”

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— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) October 18, 2020

Whitmer referred to Trump’s Saturday rally where the crowd chanted about Whitmer to “Lock Her Up.”

But the kidnapping plot against Whitmer wasn’t attempted by a gang of Trump supporters, but instead by Black Lives Matter anarchists.

Wow! This is big. Brandon Caserta, one of the ringleaders of the group of men arrested for a plot where the group planned to kidnap Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, hated President Trump too!

“Trump is not your friend dude”

He says Trump is “a tyrant” & calls President Trump an “enemy”. pic.twitter.com/T5paEeTkiJ

— Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) October 8, 2020

Additionally, the kidnapping plot was quarterbacked by a couple FBI informants, defense attorneys of the suspects claim.

“…defense lawyers contend that there was no probable cause to arrest and charge the suspects, arguing, among other things, that the suspects had no operational plan to do anything, were engaged in all legal activities — including talking in encrypted group chats and practicing military exercises with lawfully owned guns — and that it was the informants and undercover agents who ‘pushed’ others to do illegal things,” the Detroit Free Press reported last week.

“(I)t’s become an issue in certain cases where the informant pushes some of the information, and the court and the government and the defense attorneys have to be leery of that,” defense attorney Gary Springstead told reporters.

“Because their job is not to assess what the government informant wants them to do, it’s to assess the accused’s intent and what they actually planned on doing.”


The hypocrisy of Governor Whitmer’s Executive Orders have become an exercise of infamous tyranny.

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