“More like the modern day brown shirts!”
If you remember rightly, Gretchen Whitmer, the tyrant from Michigan, had the rug pulled from beneath her not once but twice when it came to her unconstitutional edicts by the supreme court (Judges 2:16).
And before the people of Michigan could even stand up and rejoice, here comes the corrupt in the FBI to put Gretchen Whitmer in the position of the victim rather than the perpetrator (Isaiah 5:20).
G. Edward Griffin’s Need to Know reported:
The FBI used at least 12 confidential informants to entrap six patsies in a manufactured kidnapping plot that was used to sway the October 2020 election. Buzzfeed News reported that the FBI “had a hand in nearly every aspect” of the alleged plot to kidnap Governor Whitmer. This raises doubt that there would have been a conspiracy without the FBI to engineer it. The alleged “mastermind,” Adam Fox, was a homeless drunkard with mental problems who was temporarily given shelter in a friend’s shop basement. Several of the defendants plan to officially accuse the government of entrapment, arguing that the FBI assembled the key plotters, encouraged the group’s anti-government feelings, and even gave its members military-style training. The FBI appears to have once again entrapped struggling homeless, low IQ people with mental problems for political gain, which has been their pattern for over a decade.
Last March, the FBI burned one of their own informants, Stephan Robeson, by indicting him on a gun charge. Robeson is accused of being the driving force behind the alleged kidnapping plot. In a separate incident, one of the lead FBI agents in the case, Richard J. Trask, was charged in state court in Michigan with assault with intent to do great bodily harm to his wife. He allegedly smashed her head against a nightstand several times and tried to choke her after an argument following their attendance at a swingers party. -GEG
And to further solidify the corruption on July 19, 2021 the Detroit News reported The arrest of an FBI agent credited with helping thwart a plot to kidnap and kill Gov. Gretchen Whitmer complicates one of the most closely watched cases of violent extremism that is becoming increasingly focused on allegations of wrongdoing by investigators.
FBI Special Agent Richard Trask, 39, of Kalamazoo, was charged Monday with assault with intent to do great bodily harm, less than murder following a domestic incident with his wife Sunday. He was released on a $10,000 personal recognizance bond following an arraignment in 8th District Court in Kalamazoo and faces a charge punishable by up to 10 years in prison.
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