There was always something “off” about that Gretchen Whitmer kidnapping plot.
I dunno, right out of the gate I thought it smelled strange.
And it was also bizarre timing – right before the election.
You’ll recall, back in October, the media story exploded that 6 men were arrested for supposedly “plotting” to kidnap Gretchen Whitmer.
Their wacky plan was to take Big Gretch to Wisconsin for a trial on charges of treason.
When the plot unfolded, Whitmer was losing her luster and shine with the good people of Michigan, so many thought perhaps this was a way to bolster her popularity by making people feel sorry for her.
And then things took an even weirder turn when Whitmer tried to tie the men to Trump – even though there was no proof of that whatsoever. I think in one pic I saw an Antifa flag in one of the “kidnappers” rooms and another guy was tied to BLM.
They all looked like pathetic meth heads, to be honest.
And then we learned that the Whitmer kidnapping was a “honeypot” of fed informants and special agents. In other words, the rumors of “entrapment” and “setup” started to swirl.
As a matter of fact, defense attorneys for the defendants claim there was never even a real “plot” to kidnap Whitmer.
But, now, something even more concerning has happened.
One of the defense attorneys is now claiming that an FBI told one of the informants working with them to “lie.”
Yahoo News is reporting that the attorney for a man accused of being involved in a plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer alleged that an FBI agent instructed an informant to lie and delete text messages that would reveal the agency was unlawfully furthering the conspiracy.
Attorney Michael Hills, who represents defendant Brandon Caserta, made the accusations Friday in a court filing, asking Judge Robert Jonker of the Western District of Michigan to order the government to produce all communications between Special Agents Impola Henrik and Jayson Chambers and the informant of the Wolverine Watchmen militia group, known as “Dan.”
Hills provided images purporting to show Impola telling Dan to “be sure to delete these,” apparently referring to messages discussing the plot.
I gotta say, it’s starting to sound. more and more like this was less of a “plot” and more of an entrapment scheme.
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