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Fed Catch Hoax Collapses: Last Three Whitmer Kidnapping Defendants Not Guilty…

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The FBI just lost big in its attempt to incriminate and incarcerate three men in the so-called “Whitmer Kidnapping” plot.

This result is truly astonishing for Biden’s “domestic terrorism” narrative.

Revolver News has previously covered this saga extensively, delving into its various facets and revealing the complex web of the FBI’s entrapment. The evidence is strong that the FBI created and facilitated the plot.


It is important to emphasize what a farce the Whitmer kidnapping plot really was. Defense attorney Joshua Blanchard was a hero for properly using an entrapment defense; indeed, even by FBI standards, the behavior here was egregious.

As Revolver noted last year in the so-called Michigan kidnapping plot:

A look at the recorded indictment reveals that at all levels of the [Michigan Kidnapping] In the plot, the FBI agents played the most important leadership roles:

-The “explosives expert” in the plot, from whom the conspirators were accused of planning to buy bombs, turned out to be an FBI agent.

-The militia transportation chief turned out to be an undercover FBI agent.

-The head of militia security turned out to be an undercover FBI informant.

-At least two undercover FBI informants were active participants in the initial June 6, 2020 meeting in which the plot to storm the Capitol buildings was allegedly hatched, meaning at least three FBI informants were they infiltrated before the conspiracy began.

The Michigan plot would be bad enough if it were simply an isolated scandal, but it is far from isolated. Indeed, Revolver News was the first to point out the significant parallels between the Michigan kidnapping hoax and the January 6 Fedsurrection:

Let’s recap what we have established. Just months before the 6/1 US Capitol siege, the FBI foiled a similar plot involving a siege on the Michigan State Capitol, the conspirators of which belong to one of the three major militia groups associated with 1/6. The FBI was able to thwart this based on an astonishing rate of infiltration of these groups involving undercover operatives and informants who had been working in this capacity, only in a small network in Michigan, for over seven months They were so well infiltrated that they already had three informants embedded in this random Three Percenter network before they even hatched a plot. Also, just days after the plot was foiled, FBI Director Christopher Wray quietly promoted the FBI special agent in charge of the Michigan Plot operation to a coveted field position of DC, where he now oversees research on 1/6.

The special agent in charge, by the way, is the one who establishes, expands, renews, and oversees all of the FBI’s covert operations.

It’s worth reading again and letting it sink in: Of all the FBI agents FBI Director Wray could have promoted to the coveted DC field office position, he promoted Steven D ‘Antuono, the former head of the Detroit field office who oversaw the entire Michigan kidnapping hoax.

Steven D’Antuono led the FBI’s DC field office in the critical months leading up to January 6th and January 6th, and led the investigation into January 6th. Steven D’Antuono is even the public face of the FBI’s investigation into the dirty conscience “Pipe Bomb” investigation.

Additionally, Tucker Carlson conducted a thorough examination of the Whitmer Kidnapping plot during his time on Fox News.

I will see:

Here’s the breakdown thanks to MJUltraTruth:

Tucker Carlson’s breakdown of how the FBI engineered the Gretchen Whitmer kidnapping plot

“What looked like a terrorist plot was actually a government creation to make an ordinary group in Michigan look like ‘terrifying right-wing extremists,'” those violent white nationalists Joe Biden is always mumbling about.

Turns out there aren’t enough of these people in real life… they’re pretty rare, so the Justice Department had to go and create some.

October 8, 2020:
• Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced that he was the intended target of a terrorist plot.

Early 2020:
• Army vet Dan Chapel came across a FB group called “Wolverine Watchmen” and was concerned about the groups criticism of law enforcement.

• Within a week, Chapel connected with the FBI, specifically a special agent named Jason Chambers.

• Later discovered in testimony, Agent Chambers, in violation of FBI policy, was running a side hustle, a security firm called “Exeintel,” which eventually led to his work on the Whitmer case by promote your own business.

• Throughout 2020, someone affiliated with his business, ExeIntel, was tweeting non-public information about the kidnapping case.

• The FBI then paid vet Dan Chapel more than $60,000 to be an informant in an agreement to round up a group of “right-wing extremists” for the FBI to prosecute.

• Within weeks, the FBI created a new Facebook group called “Patriot 3 Percenters.”

THE CONSTITUTION by Adam Fox and others:
• The FBI gave Dan Chapel several credit cards with $5,000 limits to give to Adam Fox to buy guns and ammunition.

Adam Fox refused five different times.

JULY 2020:
• Dan Chapel suggested that Adam Fox and others shoot up the Governor’s Mansion.

Adam Fox and others refused.

August 2020:
• The group began to split and the FBI panicked and was instructed to keep the group together.

• Another undercover agent then posed as an explosives expert, who showed the group a video of a bomb blowing up a vehicle, a video made by the FBI.

• The FBI then recruited a convicted felon and FBI informant, Steven Robeson, to introduce a new idea: kidnap GRETCHEN WHITMER.

• Robeson, with money from the FBI, organized several events, including a national militia conference in Ohio, training in Wisconsin, and a meeting in Delaware.

JULY 18, 2020:
• At a “meeting of militias” organized by the FBI, an alleged conspirator, Ti Garbin, rejected the idea of ​​kidnapping the Governor.

AUGUST 2020:
• The Whitmer kidnapping was discussed again and this time, an alleged conspirator, Daniel Harris refused to kidnap Gretchen Whitmer.

• FBI informants led the defendants to the home of Gretchen Whitmers.
• He then suggested killing Virginia Gif, who was a Democrat at the time.

• FBI agent Jason Chambers texted Dan Chapel saying “The mission is to kill the governor specifically”

• An FBI agent admitted that an informant slept in the same hotel room with Croft. This is a HoneyPot.
• An FBI agent admitted that they regularly drugged informant Adam Fox in all of their meetings.

Gretchen Whitmer herself was intimately involved in the setup.

Fortunately, the fed entrapment saga has finally concluded with a triumph for justice. The three remaining defendants have been acquitted by an Antrim County jury after about a day of deliberation.

ABC News:

The last three men to stand trial in connection with a plot to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer have been found not guilty of all charges.

Eric Molitor and twin brothers William Null and Michael Null were among 14 men charged in state and federal courts in the alleged plot to kidnap the governor at her Antrim County vacation home in 2020, largely because of the strict lockdowns of the Democratic governor’s COVID-19.

Molitor, 39, and the Null brothers, both 41, had pleaded not guilty to state charges of providing material support for terrorist acts and illegally possessing firearms.

The County Antrim jury reached its verdict Friday after about a day of deliberations following a three-week trial. Molitor broke down in tears of relief after his verdict was read.

During closing arguments on Wednesday, prosecutor James Rossiter told the jury that the defendants were going to help the ringleaders of the plot “bring terrorism to County Antrim”.

“If you’re going to help someone, knowing that they planned a terrorist act, that’s wrong,” Rossiter said.

Molitor’s defense attorney, William Barnett, said in his closing that the state’s case is “weak” and accused prosecutors of trying to mislead jurors in presenting evidence.

“This thing has become a feel-good story that they couldn’t back out of. They’re out here taking shortcuts to try to convict someone, an innocent person,” Barnett said.

Prosecutors argued during the trial that the three men “hated” their government and collaborated in the kidnapping plot, with the Nulls providing the “muscle” and Molitor recording the video from the County Antrim property of Whitmer.

Here’s the final tally of one of the most egregious and unfair political schemes ever to grace American courts:

Jurors acquitted five defendants, while five others were convicted. Four additional defendants chose to plead guilty.

It’s a great shame Tucker won’t be jumping on Fox News tonight to break the story down. What Fox News has done is a huge disservice to this nation.



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