Was the Governor Kidnapping Narrative Fake News?

Justice in America still has a pulse! A federal jury in Grand Rapids, Michigan, has found two suspects in the FBI-encouraged plot to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer not guilty and is deadlocked on two others.

The jury reached the verdict around 2 p.m. on Friday, declaring Daniel Harris and Brandon Caserta of not guilty of all charges, Fox 2 Detroit reported. The two men had been accused of engaging in a conspiracy to kidnap the governor. It appears those who levied the charges were not particularly fond of their choices in gun ownership as well; Harris had previously been accused of illegally possessing an ‘unregistered’ semiautomatic rifle with a barrel length of under 16 inches, a charge that was later dismissed along with the rest.

The Jury has yet to return verdicts for the other two men in the alleged plot, Adam Fox and Barry Croft Jr.

Big League Politics has covered the Whitmer kidnapping trial and the FBI’s clear and proven involvement on numerous occasions, highlighting various embarrassments the agency has had to face since ranging from the fraud charges levied against informant Stephen Robeson to the feds derogatorily referring to the accused plot Whitmer plot mastermind Adam Fox as “Captain Autism.”

There were many strange revelations revealed during the entire Whitmer controversy, including a discovery in October 2020 of two suspects involved in the Whitmer kidnapping plot attending a Black Lives Matter rally. The photos were reportedly taken at a pro-BLM rally in Lake Orion, Mich. on June 5.

Whitmer in the past has blamed former President Donald Trump for fomenting fury over many arguably unconstitutional restrictions issued by her and many other politicians during the Covid-19 pandemic. Whitmer also claimed that Trump refused to condemn extremism stemming from the case. However, given Trump’s statements of the past condemening extremist violence regardless of political affiliations, some argue that Whitmer’s claim was not rooted in reality. Take this statement by former President Trump on the matter:

“Governor Whitmer of Michigan has done a terrible job. She locked down her state for everyone, except her husband’s boating activities. The Federal Government provided tremendous help to the Great People of Michigan. My Justice Department and Federal Law Enforcement announced today that they foiled a dangerous plot against the Governor of Michigan,” said Trump at the time.

“Rather than say thank you, she calls me a White Supremacist—while Biden and Democrats refuse to condemn Antifa, Anarchists, Looters and Mobs that burn down Democrat run cities…I do not tolerate ANY extreme violence. Defending ALL Americans, even those who oppose and attack me, is what I will always do as your President! Governor Whitmer—open up your state, open up your schools, and open up your churches,” Trump concluded.

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2 thoughts on “Was the Governor Kidnapping Narrative Fake News?”

  1. The same FBI agent who coordinated this scam was transferred to the D.C. office to oversea the January 6th “investigation”.

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