September 17, 2023

USA: Last 3 Men Charged In Plot To Kidnap Michigan Commie Governor Whitmer Were ACQUITTED. The Other Men Were ACQUITTED Too. It Was A Commie Deep State Hoax Planned Before 2020 Election.

Asked to wear a mask and stay 6ft apart? More like ORDERED to wear a mask and stay 6ft apart and not allowed to visit elderly parents in nursing homes and not allowed to comfort loved ones in hospitals and not allowed to hug each other at funerals. (emphasis mine)
Grassroots Army published September 17, 2023: FREEDOM! Verdicts Announced In Case of 3 Men Charged In Whitmer FEDnapping Hoax.

The Post Millennial
written by Staff
Friday September 15, 2023

The last three men who were charged in a plot to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer have all been found not guilty. William Null, twin brother Michael Null and Eric Molitor were among the 14 charged in the alleged plot, and all three have been acquitted.
I'm not buying Barry Croft Jr was convicted in 2022. Read in the article down below Barry Croft Jr was pardoned by in 2019 by Delaware Commie Democrat Governor who is an ally of Joe Biden because he used to work in Joe Biden's Senate office. I'd say him being involved in this Whitmer kidnapping fed hoax was a quid pro quo. (emphasis mine)
Adam Fox and Barry Croft Jr. were convicted of kidnapping conspiracy in 2022. The two were also found guilty of conspiring to obtain a weapon of mass destruction such as a bomb to destroy a bridge near the governor's vacation home.

William and Michael Null as well as Eric Molitor were found not guilty of providing support for a terrorist act and a weapons charge, according to WLNS 6.

The three were accused of supporting the plan's leaders by participating in military-style drills, as well as traveling to see Whitmer’s northern Michigan vacation home.

According to MSNBC, two of the three testified that they took part in these drills but did not know of the plan until the end.

Adam Fox, the co-leader of the plot, was sentenced to 16 years in prison in December of 2022. Government prosecutors had pushed for a life sentence, but the judge said this was "not necessary" to achieve the purposes of providing punishment and deterrence to commit further acts.

Fox and Croft Jr. were convicted in a second trial after a Grand Rapids jury could not reach a unanimous verdict during the first.

William Null testified that he and his brother walked away when talks turned to obtaining explosives. Molitor said Fox was "incredibly dumb" and wouldn’t pull off a kidnapping.

Two others were previously acquitted of charges.

One of the men acquitted, Brandon Caserta, was found to be an anti-Trump anarchist who called the former president a "tyrant" and government employees "your enemy."

"Trump is not your friend, dude,” Caserta said in a vlog with an anarchist flag backdrop. “It amazes me that people actually believe that when he’s shown over and over and over again that he’s a tyrant. Every single person that works for government is your enemy, dude."

Michael Hills, an attorney for Caserta, claimed during the 2021 trial that the FBI told an informant to lie to the people in the group he had infiltrated.

Hills wrote, "These text messages indicate the FBI was pushing their paid agent to actively recruit people into an overt act in furtherance of a conspiracy."

The transcript submitted by Hills read: "Counsel has found further text messages between [FBI special agent] Impola and Dan indicating Dan should destroy his text messages and instruct[ing] Dan to lie and accuse an innocent 3rd party of being a federal agent spy to the founder of Wolverine Watchmen."

Then the response from "Dan": "Copy. Best thing to do is deny and accuse somebody else like Trent."

"The FBI is instructing a paid FBI informant to lie and paint an innocent citizen as an undercover federal agent to a man they claim is the head of a domestic terrorist organization, who they claim is paranoid about being infiltrated by the feds, who they claim has bragged about tossing a Molotov cocktail into a police officer’s house," Hills continued.

At least one of the FBI informants involved in the case was paid $54,000 by the agency directly.

Amid the retrial of Fox and Croft Jr, Tucker Carlson called out the FBI for allegedly orchestrating the plan by attempting to radicalize the defendants, enticing them with money, drugs, and women.

"In early 2020, a 35-year-old Army veteran called Dan Chappel, nicknamed 'Big Dan,' was working as a contractor for the US Postal Service, he drove delivery trucks," began Carlson, describing one of the defendants.

"He was scrolling Facebook one night, and Chapel says he found a pro-Second Amendment group called 'Wolverine Watchmen,' he says he just happened upon it. Chappel testified that he was concerned by the group's criticism of law enforcement. So, he went to a police officer friend of his and asked for advice. None of the messages within the group violated any law, but somehow within a week Chappel wound up connected to the FBI, to several FBI agents, including a special agent called Jayson Chambers."

"Now, we learned through testimony in the trial this week, why Chambers was interested in the case," Carlson said. "It turns out that Chambers, in violation of FBI policy, was running a side hustle. He just incorporated a security firm called Exeintel. He saw his work on the Whitmer case as a way to promote his own business. We know that, because throughout 2020, someone affiliated with his business, their Twitter account, repeatedly tweeted nonpublic information about the kidnapping case that Dan Chapel was building for the FBI."
The Post Millennial
written by Libby Emmons
April 8, 2022

The charges against all four men were for kidnapping conspiracy.

In December, it was alleged by the defense that the FBI entrapped the men in the plot. "The government picked what it knew would be a sensational charge: conspiracy to kidnap the governor," the attorneys wrote.

The suspects had said that the charges stemmed from government misconduct, and that FBI informants had entrapped the men into the plot. The suspects said that though they were angry with Whitmer, that anger was used as a tool by the FBI informants, and that there never was a real kidnapping plot.

Reports surfaced in October 2020 that Whitmer was the subject of a kidnapping plot. There was no attack, and no abduction.

"There was no plan to kidnap the governor, and there was no agreement between these four men," Croft's lawyer Joshua Blanchard said during closing arguments Blanchard said that it was the government that said the government created the conspiracy, and that "without a plan, the snitches needed to make it look like" there was one.
written by John Nolte
October 11, 2020

The far-left Washington Post buried the news one of the alleged plotters in the scheme to kidnap Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D-MI) is a Black Lives Matter supporter.

You have to trudge through more than a dozen paragraphs to find this:
One of alleged plotters, 23-year-old Daniel Harris, attended a Black Lives Matter protest in June, telling the Oakland County Times he was upset about the killing of George Floyd and police violence.
But-but-but I was told by the media, Joe Biden, and Whitmer all the plotters are right-wing, racist, militia men inspired by Donald Trump!!!

Well, like everything else the national media and Democrats tell us, that was just one more big, fat fucking lie.

So among the alleged plotters, we can add Daniel Harris (pictured) to the list of those who do not fit the fake news media’s fake narrative about the whys and wherefores behind this appalling plot.

Wait, there’s more…

Also on that list of accused plotters is Brandon Caserta, who you can watch rail against Trump here. Please note Caserta’s anarchist flag and phrases like Trump “is a tyrant!”

Wait, there’s more…

And then there’s accused plotter Pete Musico, who you can watch speak out in favor of racial harmony as he attacks the police here.

Wait, there’s a whole lot more…

Another fairly important piece of information, this time about all of the alleged plotters, is wrist-flicked by the fake news artists at the Washington Post: [emphasis added]
As their anger mounted, they trained together with firearms and experimented with explosives, discussing plans to storm the state capitol building and attack police officers in their homes, authorities said.
“Attack police officers in their homes?”


Does that sound to you anything like a militant group of MAGAMEN taking subliminal orders from Trump’s secret dog whistle?

Who does that sound like?

Close your eyes and picture the words “attack police officers in their homes” and what do you see? You know what you see… You see the left-wing terrorists in Antifa and Black Lives Matter… It’s all two sides of the same coin.

Finally, let me say this…

One of the most dishonest conceits the media hang their hat on to pretend this alleged plot to kidnap Whitmer was some sort of dastardly MAGA plot is that some of the alleged plotters are in favor of less government.



Guess who’s in favor of less government…?

I mean, a lot less government…?

As in no government at all…?


That’s right, left-wing anarchists want zero government, which is why the left-wing anarchists in Portland and elsewhere are attacking police and government facilities.

Overall, 13 people have been charged in some capacity with this plot, and we now know — according to the actual charging documents — that they stand accused of wanting to attack police officers in their homes, which is anathema to everything Donald Trump has stood for throughout his presidency and stands for now as the left wreak havoc across the country with the blessing of the national media and Democrats.

And we all know who is in favor of attacking the police, who is inspiring all of this hatred and violence against the police — Democrat politicians like Whitmer and Biden, and media outlets like the Washington Post.

So when the media and Biden and Whitmer tell you Trump inspired this, that’s a lie.

But you already knew that.
written by John Solomon
October 9, 2020

Delaware Democrat Governor John Carney, an ally of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, confirmed Friday that last year he pardoned one of the men charged this week by federal prosecutors in a violent plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.

Barry Gordon Croft Jr., one of several men charged Thursday in federal court in Michigan, was pardoned in April 2019 for a two-decade old conviction for possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, assault and burglary, according to court records first reported by the Delaware News Journal.

The governor's office issued a statement confirming the pardon, saying it had been recommended by the state's Board of Pardons.

"The charges brought in Michigan are disturbing, and everyone charged in this plot should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. This is also another warning sign about the growing threat of violence and radicalization in our politics," the statement by Carney's office said.

Carney's spokesman didn't immediately respond to a request for comment from Just the News on Friday evening.

Carney previously worked in Biden's Senate office, according to his official biography, and was one of the earliest Democrats to endorse Biden's run for president in 2019. Carney was endorsed by the former vice president during his 2016 run for office and endorsed again this week for reelection this November.

Croft was singled out in the FBI affidavit supporting Thursday's charges for playing a key role in the alleged plot to kidnap Whitmer at her Western Michigan vacation home, allegedly building an improvised explosive device to be used to thwart police when they pulled off the kidnapping.

"On July 11, at the exercise, CROFT and a member of the militia group attempted to construct an improvised explosive device ("IED"), using black powder, balloons, a fuse, and BBs for shrapnel. CROFT, GARBIN and the militia group member attempted to make a second IED using similar components. The construction of the devices was faulty, and they did not detonate as planned," the FBI affidavit said.

You can read the full affidavit here.

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