Have You Ever Met Someone with a Trap Door Under a Rug That Leads to a Secret Room?

Pro-Trump kidnapping plotter? Literal anarchist, literal those ear things, frankly.

The Whitmer Kidnapping FBI Entrapment Hoax spectacle has disappeared from the media, almost entirely.

Apparently, they decided it was just too darn stupid.

Even normies were like: “Wait, wait, what? He had a trap door under his rug that led to a secret room? Really? Wait, what?”

Detroit Free Press:

The Gov. Gretchen Whitmer kidnapping plot wasn’t exactly a sophisticated operation, if the alleged ringleader’s conference room was any indication.

It was a dark and cluttered basement underneath a vacuum store, photos and court records show, accessed by a trap door that was hidden by a rug.

It’s also where the alleged mastermind lived with his two dogs, his only company other than the strangers he met online who shared his love of guns, and hate of government — especially Whitmer.

Adam Fox, the 37-year-old man at the center of a sensational domestic terrorism case that included death threats and bomb threats, lived in the basement of the Vac Shack on South Division Avenue in Grand Rapids.

It’s also the place Fox summoned associates to discuss what the FBI described as a deadly plan to storm the state Capitol, blow up cop cars and kidnap the governor from her vacation home before the Nov. 3 election.

Either this is completely fake, or the FBI is entrapping the mentally disabled.

Also, they were trying to pin it on Trump, and the alleged villainous mastermind hated Trump.

Fox News:

A viral video appears to show one of the six suspects arrested and charged with attempting to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Thursday criticizing President Trump.

In one of several videos that conservative music producer Robby Starbuck located on YouTube and posted to Twitter, suspect and alleged militia member Brandon Caserta seems to be speaking negatively about the president.

“Trump is not your friend, dude,” Caserta appears to say in the video. “And it amazes me that people actually believe that, when he’s shown over and over and over again that he’s a tyrant.”

The video was released on Thursday, when Whitmer hosted a press conference explaining the kidnapping scheme. She brought up the president’s Sept. 29 comment that the far-right Proud Boys group should “stand back and stand by,” implying that Trump’s words may have stirred radicals like those who plotted against her.

“Just last week, the president of the United States stood before the American people and refused to condemn white supremacists and hate groups like these two Michigan militia groups,” Whitmer said. “‘Stand back and stand by,’ he told them. … Hate groups heard the president’s words not as a rebuke but as a rallying cry, as a call to action.”

She added that when “leaders meet with, encourage and fraternize with domestic terrorists, they legitimize their actions and they are complicit.”

This entire Boogaloo thing is a completely invented subculture, just like Antifa. It is manufactured out of nothing by intelligence agencies. They make a direct appeal to anti-social people in both cases; they’re just two separate types of anti-socials. Actually, probably not that separate – probably, if you are an unhinged and anti-social person, you could switch back and forth between Antifa and Boogaloo, depending on the weather.

When this stupid bitch made the accusation, Trump called bullshit on her, and he’s been vindicated.

Frankly, he should have called the whole thing a hoax and accused the FBI of being criminals who manufacture crime to hurt Americans.

Here’s something a reader wrote about the hoax, which I think is mildly profound:

Can you imagine if any other law enforcement, or civil service agency acted like the niggers at the FBI?

Imagine if your local fire department threw a molotov cocktail through the window of a random house in the community each month, so they could “rescue” the families and grandstand to the local newspaper about how good the fire department is at their job and how much they’re doing to help keep families safe from housefires.

But yeah, these boogaloo tards are naive and cringe too in virtually all instances I’ve seen. I believe Senator Robert Byrd had a term for the type of guy attracted to the boogaloo shit:


All of the crimes that the FBI solves were manufactured by the FBI, and they also manufacture crimes that they don’t bother to solve, like when they created these Antifa riots and then refused to arrest any of them.

I don’t really think it is possible to have a society with all of these intelligence agencies having the ability to operate both with impunity and with secrecy. You could potentially have a law enforcement agency that could operate with impunity, if there was also transparency. I don’t know if you could have a law enforcement agency that could operate with secret but also with a limited mandate, because I don’t know how you keep the mandate limited if it’s secret. You could limit it through the budget, but if they operate in secret, they will just use drug-dealing and gun running to inflate their budget, which US intelligence agencies have done and actually still do.

Frankly, I don’t know why anyone tolerates any government agency operating in absolute secrecy. It is a basically insane proposition – “we’re going to allow our nation’s law enforcement agencies to operate in total secrecy without oversight and the budget will also be a secret.”

Even without an infestation of Jews, this is very problematic. I was happy to see Devin Nunes finally saying that these intelligence agencies should just be shut down. As I’ve said: no one anywhere could actually argue that their lives would be negatively affected if the FBI, CIA, NSA, etc. etc. etc. were simply closed down.

It’s time to have that discussion.

Here’s one thing I know: in a serious country, people with these ear things would just be shot on sight by A.I. drones.