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Friday, October 16, 2020

Attorney: Whitmer Kidnapping Plot was ‘Pushed’ by FBI Informant Who Plotted ‘Crackpot’ Scheme

Big League Politics reported last week about the so-called kidnapping plot against Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, pointing out that a confidential informant was paid $8,600 to ensnare some hapless overzealous individuals in the ridiculous scheme. 

Defense attorney Scott Graham is sharing more details indicating that there was never any real kidnapping plot, only a handful of guys talking tough primarily in internet chat rooms. Graham explained in federal court on Tuesday that the bogus plot was just the bluster of “military wannabes” who were “never going to do anything.” 
-Rurik

12 comments:

  1. I've been waiting for that to come out ever since the story hit..
    It's always the same.

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  2. It simply reinforces my belief:

    If three guys are planning to commit a violent crime, then one is FBI, one is CIA, and the third is the chump.

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  3. This is my shocked face.

    Fairplayjeepguy

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  4. No way. The FBI is a straight up legit trustworthy agency who would never infiltrate every organization of a political or ammo related nature. Not even if the guy was buying diesel filters to boost dodge pickup horse power not creating suppressors.

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  5. ...and in other news Joe Biden and his extended crime family and Bill and Hitlery Cliton and Barrack Obozo and former and currrent FBI, CIA and State Department employees are all STILL walking around free.

    Nemo

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  6. When I heard there was an FBI "informant" on the inside, this is the result I expected to hear.

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  7. I’m so tired of this BS

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  8. I’m so tired of this BS

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  9. There is not a 'militia' 'outlaw motorcycle club' or gun club that is not infiltrated by the ATF, FBI or DEA anywhere in this country.
    All the three letter agencies are hunting for any reason to remain relevant.

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  10. Reminds me of "Four Grandpas in a Waffle House" from a few years ago...

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  11. Anyone remember this oldie but goody?
    https://apnews.com/article/01eee32a5d6528715cc0d702e8700818

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