Virginia: Three More “White Supremacists” Arrested on “Conspiracy” Charges Ahead of Rally

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
January 18, 2020

PICTURED: A White Supremacist with an illegally modified weapon, preparing a conspiracy.

Remember when the entire US media attacked China for arresting protesters ahead of a protest in Hong Kong? When they claimed that it was a fascist-communist dictatorship for daring such an anti-democracy action?

Yeah, I remember that too.

USA Today:

Three more suspected neo-Nazis connected to a white nationalist group that reportedly planned to have members at a gun rights rally in Virginia have been arrested, authorities say.

Three Georgia men were arrested on charges of conspiracy to commit murder and participating in a criminal street gang as part of the hate group, The Base, according to the Floyd County Police Department.

News of the arrests come a day after three other suspected members of The Base were arrested in Maryland on firearms and alien-harboring charges.

The three Georgia men, identified as Luke Austin Lane of Floyd County, Michael Helterbrand of Dalton and Jacob Kaderli of Dacula, were planning to “overthrow the government and murder a Bartow County couple,” Floyd County police said in a statement.

Like the previous three who were arrested, these are arbitrary charges.

At least the last three had an illegal gun, allegedly. These people are just being hit with completely fake charges.

Just as I did not know what The Base was yesterday, I do not know today. But I suspect they are probably not very responsible. Having an illegally altered gun is just like, one of the most retarded things you can ever do if you’re involved in dissident politics.

They’re already monitoring you. Certainly, they’re tracking your purchases of gun parts on the internet. So why would you give them a reason to arrest you?

And what exactly is going on with this rally?

It all looks like a setup.

And it looks like they’re arresting these guys in order to try to make “white supremacists” angry. Because they want to try to provoke violence.

I think Governor Northam was probably right on the mark when he said this was likely to become a repeat of Charlottesville.

That is to say, this is a trap, where they will instigate violence, then blame it on white people.

Don’t go to this rally, please.