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Biden Wants Americans To “Report” “Radicalized” Family and Friends

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The Biden Administration is asking Americans to come forward and tattle on each other.  The ruling class wants the slaves to snitch on each other and further divide to make the conquer even easier. Sadly, this has worked wonders in the past, and if we do no learn from history, we are doomed to repeat it.

President Joe Biden’s administration announced their plans to “create ways” for Americans to report radicalized friends and family to the government, in an effort to fight domestic terrorism, according to a report from Breitbart.  Considering the United States government is one of the biggest terrorist organizations to ever exist in history, this is quite hypocritical.

In a conversation with reporters, one senior administration official explained the importance of stopping “politically fueled violence” before it started.  Which sounds oddly like a way to keep people under control and never fighting back against their masters who are constantly increasing the levels of theft and taking links from the invisible chains so many revere, but so many others can see and want to break free from.

“We will work to improve public awareness of federal resources to address concerning or threatening behavior before violence occurs,” the official said. The official cited the Department of Homeland Security’s “If you see something say something” campaign to help stop radical Islamic terror as a domestic possibility. “This involves creating contexts in which those who are family members or friends or co-workers know that there are pathways and avenues to raise concerns and seek help for those who they have perceived to be radicalizing and potentially radicalizing towards violence,” the official said. –Breitbart

We should know what this is meant to do: divide and conquer the slaves.  We are already divided.  The left/right paradigm is a lie, a big facade and we all should have realized that in November. Your votes don’t count. They never did. The masters do what they want and put in power whomever they see fit while we are forced to obey their commands or face extortion or kidnapping.

It is past time to figure out what’s really going on and this is all a part of the agenda.  The longer they can keep us fighting ourselves the longer it will take for us to realize it’s the psychopaths at the top that are enslaving us.

This is another instance where it’s important to use your discernment and keep your morality intact. Do not stoop to low levels and cause harm to others. Prepare yourself as best you can and always do the right thing, as opposed to the legal thing.  We will not be able to be free from the shackles they tighten daily until people wake up to the reality of what government is: slavery.  We will not be able to unite as long as we look to the rulers, whose goal is to divide. Do not stoop to violence or fear or hatred. Keep on preparing and continue to live as the Creator intended: free.

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Armed school employee thwarts kidnapping of 11-year-old girl from playground

An armed school employee thwarted an attempted kidnapping of an 11-year-old girl in Ogden, Utah.

Around 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, a man tried to kidnap a student from the Lincoln Elementary School playground by grabbing her by the arm. A teacher confronted the kidnapper and was able to set the girl free.

The teacher instructed the 19 students who were outside to go inside the school. At that point, the man punched a window in an apparent attempt to force his way inside the school. The unnamed school employee grabbed his gun and pointed it at the intruder. While holding the kidnapper at bay, the teacher called 911.

Police arrived at the elementary school and arrested the suspect after a “brief struggle.” The school was placed on brief lockdown after the incident.

The suspect was later identified as 41-year-old Ira Cox-Berry. He was booked into the Weber County Jail, and charged with first-degree felony child kidnapping.

The suspect “appeared to be high on narcotics,” Police Lt. Brian Eynon said Wednesday.

Cox-Berry has no prior felony record, according to state court records, the Standard-Examiner reported.

Police said there didn’t seem to be any connection between the suspect and the girl.

“We’re trying to figure out if he even knows the girl,” Eynon said. The girl’s parents said they don’t know Cox-Berry.

Police are still investigating the incident, according to a Wednesday statement from the Ogden police.

The good guy with a gun is a concealed carry permit holder and was in lawful possession of the firearm.

“He did everything that he should do to protect our children’s lives here in the city of Ogden,” Eynon said of the armed teacher. “Not once, but twice he confronted the suspect.”

Many of the children were emotionally upset following the kidnapping attempt. A crisis response team was at the school Wednesday to console any students affected by the event, according to school district spokesperson Jer Bates.

“We can confirm nobody was injured and everybody is accounted for,” Bates said. “This is definitely something that is concerning for parents and school employees, and most of all concerning for our students.”

Employee thwarts attempted kidnapping at Ogden elementary school

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Florida 15-year-old charged with abduction, robbery, and murder of real estate agent

A 15-year-old Florida boy has been arrested and charged as an adult for allegedly kidnapping, robbing, and fatally shooting a real estate agent last month.

What are the details?

On Feb. 1, 37-year-old real estate broker Stefano Barbosa was approaching a quadruplex to get signatures from tenants in Fort Lauderdale when he was approached by an armed suspect who forced him back into his vehicle, the Daily Mail reported.

Police say that the suspect then forced Barbosa to drive to an ATM and take out $1,000 in two separate transactions. The outlet reported that “the suspect then forced Barbosa to drive for two miles more while he sat in the passenger seat before shooting him multiple times in the chest.”

Barbosa’s vehicle crashed through a fence, stopping short of hitting a home. The homeowner called 911, and when police arrived they found Barbosa dead. An autopsy later ruled the death a homicide.

During the investigation into Barbosa’s murder, neighbors and school officials identified 15-year-old Henry Lee Lewis III as the suspect in surveillance footage. The teen’s cell phone records also linked him to the crimes.

The South Florida Sun Sentinel reported that records show Lewis “was already in juvenile custody on unrelated charges for burglaries, resisting arrest and battery on a police officer when detectives determined he was their murder suspect.”

The outlet noted that Lewis was already well-known to police, reporting:

The teen’s arrest record dates back to June 2018 when he was charged with robbery with a firearm at the age of 12. He’s been arrested several times since on charges including burglaries; battery on a person 65 or older; battery on a law enforcement officer; aggravated battery on a school employee; interfering with school functions; threatening public servant or family; criminal mischief involving religious articles in a church, synagogue or mosque; gambling for money; obstruction; and driving without a valid license, according to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.

Lewis faced life in prison if convicted of the charges of second-degree murder and armed robbery. If he were tried and convicted as a juvenile, he would have been released after three years and kept under supervision until the age of 21, Broward State Attorney Harold Pryor told the Sun Sentinel.

Barbosa’s obituary describes him as a “beloved son and brother.” He was born in Brazil and graduated from Miami Palmetto High School before earning two degrees from Penn State.

“Not many people in this world are fortunate enough to love life and live it to the fullest extent the way Stefano did,” his loved ones wrote, calling him a “modern-day renaissance man.”

Barbosa is survived by his father, mother, sister, brother, “and by many other family members and friends who loved him dearly and whom he touched deeply.”

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19-year-old faked his own kidnapping just to get out of work, police say

Arizona police say a 19-year-old man who claimed to have been kidnapped earlier this month went on to confess that he made the whole story up just to get out of work.

What are the details?

When police responded to calls on Feb. 10 and found Brandon Soules near a water tower in Coolidge, Arizona, he had both his hands bound behind his back as well as a belt and a bandana stuffed inside his mouth, the Casa Grande Dispatch reported.

During initial interviews with law enforcement, Soules alleged that he had been the victim of a kidnapping when two masked men struck him in the head outside his home, leaving him unconscious, and shoved him inside their vehicle. He proceeded to say that the kidnappers drove him around in the vehicle for some time before dropping him off at the location where he was discovered.

But after investigating the reported incident and Soules allegations, Coolidge police discovered that he had fabricated the story. Soules would eventually admit to his lies when confronted with the evidence, and on Feb. 17, was arrested and booked on the charge of false reporting to police.

Police updated the members of the community in a media release to let them know that “no kidnapping or assault occurred” and, consequently, that they didn’t need to worry about two masked criminals at large in the area. Police added that Soules “admitted during an interview that he made up the story as an excuse to get out of work.”

How did they find out?

In an interview with KNXV-TV, an unidentified officer recalled how Soules claimed that he had been abducted by the offenders in front of his home the morning of Feb. 10, but surveillance footage from the street at that time never showed any such incident occurring.

Arizona man accused of faking own kidnapping to evade work

Detectives also reported that Soules alleged the kidnapping was spurred on by a large sum of money his father had hidden somewhere in the community. That also proved to be false. But once he had concocted the scheme, he went on to stage the scene.

“He informed us that he at first stuffed a bandana in his mouth, and afterwards, he took off his own belt and bound his hands,” the officer told the news outlet. “[Then] he laid on the ground and scooted out near the side of the road where somebody could see him.”

What else?

The question on everyone’s mind: What job did this guy have that he went to such great lengths to avoid having to show up for work? Well, Soules was reportedly employed at The Tire Factory, an automotive shop in the area.

And in a way, his plan worked, since he no longer will need to report to work at The Tire Factory. The company decided to let him go after news broke about his arrest.

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Alleged Whitmer kidnapping plotters also planned televised killings of lawmakers, torching capitol: Michigan AG

The suspects being tried for allegedly plotting to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) had also developed plans to conduct public executions of state lawmakers and an alternative scheme to burn down the capitol building while legislators were inside, according to court documents.

What are the details?

In a filing submitted by the office of Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel (D), the state claims that in addition to planning to kidnap the governor, suspects discussed ways to kill lawmakers.

The documents assert:

Plan A consisted of recruiting 200 men and then storm the Capitol building in Lansing while Congress was in session. They were to take hostages, execute tyrants and have it televised. It would take about one week and that no one is coming out alive.

The secondary plan was to storm the Capitol building in Lansing when Congress was in session. They would then lock the entrances/exits to the structure. They would then set the building on fire.

Nessel told WLS-TV last week, “We are one of the few states that does not ban guns in our state capitol building, and clearly there have been threats made on the lives of our legislators; you probably saw the pictures back from in April, where we had armed gunman, some of them, same defendants in this case, that were hovering over state senators with long guns, screaming and yelling at them as they were deliberating, as they were discussing legislation and as they were voting, so that remains a big concern to me in a very scary scenario.”

Fourteen men have been charged in the plot against Whitmer—eight at the state level and six at the federal level, according to the Tennessean. Some of the accused are allegedly members of a group called the Wolverine Watchmen, which the state of Michigan says is a terrorist organization.

The court filings show that the group described itself in a private Facebook group as such:

“Wolverine Watchmen is a group of Patriots to network and assemble and recruit like minded individuals. Develop regional [Quick Reaction Forces] and squad tactics. Only add people you trust no statist, no fudds, no bootlickers and no cops or feds. If you’re serious get a wire and message an admin your username.”

Whitmer and other high-profile Democrats have accused President Donald Trump of inciting violence through his rhetoric. Yet, suspects in the plot also expressed on social media a desire to harm some Republicans, including the commander in chief.

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Michigan Gov. Whitmer takes aim at Trump in reaction to foiled kidnapping plot

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) held a press conference Thursday after it was revealed that federal authorities arrested several men allegedly involved in a plot to kidnap her and overthrow the state government.

The governor took the opportunity to accuse President Donald Trump of being “complicit” with “hate groups” such as the suspects accused of plotting to abduct her.

What are the details?

The U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Western District of Michigan
announced the arrest of 16 people earlier in the day, who were allegedly involved in conspiring to kidnap Whitmer at her vacation home.

According to the Department of Justice’s news release, suspects involved “conducted coordinated surveillance” on Whitmer’s vacation house, and one “even inspected the underside of an M-31 highway bridge for places to seat an explosive” in order to distract the police while carrying out their plan. They also allegedly discussed purchasing a TASER to use during the abduction.

Whitmer responded by first expressing her gratitude to law enforcement for stopping the plot, before taking aim at Trump over the ordeal in an attempt to link his rhetoric to the alleged crime.

According to the
Chicago Tribune, “There’s no indication in the criminal complaint that the men arrested were inspired by Trump. Authorities also have not publicly said whether the men were angry about Whitmer’s coronavirus orders, which sharply curtailed businesses and individuals in an effort to slow the spread of the [corona]virus.”

As the public awaits further details about the motive behind the alleged plot, footage has emerged of one suspect, Brandon Caserta, lambasting President Trump as “a tyrant” and “enemy” while he sits in a room with an anarchist flag in the background.

Nonetheless, Whitmer during her press conference pointed to last week’s presidential debate where the president told the Proud Boys — who claim they condemn white supremacy — to “stand back and stand by.” The governor said that Trump “refused to condemn white supremacists and hate groups like these two Michigan militia groups.”

“Hate groups heard the president’s words not as a rebuke, but as a rallying cry,” she continued. “When our leaders speak, their words matter. They carry weight. When our leaders meet, encourage or fraternize with domestic terrorists, they legitimize their actions and they are complicit. When they stoke and contribute to hate speech, they are complicit.”

In response to Whitmer’s remarks, White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said, “”President Trump has continually condemned white supremacists and all forms of hate. Governor Whitmer is sowing division by making these outlandish allegations. America stands united against hate and in support of our federal law enforcement who stopped this plot.”

Anything else?

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel (D) also attacked Trump when she was asked by CNN anchor Anderson Cooper what her message was to Americans following the arrests of the suspects.

Nessel’s conclusion was, “We can no longer afford in this nation to have our elected leaders like the president of the United States sending not just winks and nods — and I hear it frequently called a dog whistle. It’s not a dog whistle to these folks, it’s literally a command to action for domestic terrorists.”

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US Marshals rescue 11 missing runaway children in New Orleans; 2 boys were in ‘extreme danger’

In “Operation Summer Rescue 2020,” the U.S. Marshals Service focused on tracking down missing runaway children originally from New Orleans. During the two-month operation funded by the agency’s Missing Child Unit, U.S. Marshals rescued 11 endangered children, including two boys who were reportedly in extreme danger.

Of the 11 children located, one of them was a 16-year-old boy was found in New Orleans. Authorities believe that the teen was involved in illegal gang activity, including the possession of firearms.

U.S. Marshals tracked down a missing 13-year-old girl, who was found in Nashville, Tennessee. The recovery of the girl included the assistance of the U.S. Marshals Service of Middle District Tennessee Task Force, Metro Nashville Police Department, and the FBI New Orleans Field Office, according to the U.S. Marshals press release.

Operation Summer Rescue 2020, which took place between Aug. 1 through Sept. 30, also made several arrests during the rescues. An adult male was arrested for aggravated statutory rape.

A mother wanted on a first-degree murder warrant out of Mississippi was apprehended. She allegedly murdered her 11-year-old son at a hotel in Laurel, Mississippi. U.S. Marshals recovered her two other sons, ages 6 and 9, who were considered to be in “extreme danger” and an Amber Alert had been issued to locate them.

“This is a very important mission that the USMS has been tasked by Congress to oversee, as the safety of children across the country is paramount to this nation’s future,” said U.S. Marshal for the Eastern District of Louisiana Scott Illing. “While 11 recoveries may not seem high, this work, which is time consuming, was accomplished while also running our normal day-to-day violent felony offender investigations and sex offender fugitive operations in the district, along with our other judicial missions.”

In the past month and a half, the U.S. Marshals Service has rescued nearly 100 missing and endangered children.

Last week, U.S. Marshals reported that they had rescued 35 missing children during “Operation Safety Net” in Ohio.

On Sept. 17, U.S. Marshals Service wrapped up “Operation Triple Beam,” a 60-day mission to reduce violent gang crime in Oklahoma City. U.S. Marshals rescued five missing children, made 262 arrests, plus seized illegal firearms and narcotics.

On Sept. 4, the U.S. Marshals Service announced that they rescued eight “highly endangered” missing children in Indiana during “Operation Homecoming.”

On Aug. 27, U.S. Marshals located 39 missing children in Georgia and Florida during “Operation Not Forgotten.” Authorities said the children were between the ages of 3 to 17. Of the 39 endangered children, 15 were victims of sex trafficking.

The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement participated in a multi-agency operation last month that resulted in the arrest of five suspected child sexual predators. “Operation Home Alone 2” was able to successfully “target sexual predators who attempted to lure underage children with the intent of engaging in sexual activity.”

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Joe Montana and wife thwart kidnapping of 9-month-old grandchild from their home

A home invader attempted to kidnap the grandchild of Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana on Saturday, according to authorities. Montana and his wife were able to stop the home intruder from abducting their 9-month-old grandkid.

The suspect, who police identified as Sodsai Dalzell, allegedly illegally entered Montana’s Malibu house through an unlocked door around 5 p.m. on Saturday, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. The woman reportedly removed the sleeping infant from a playpen that was located in the living room.

Montana and his wife Jennifer confronted the woman, who was holding the child in her arms, when she attempted to go upstairs with the infant. The couple attempted to “de-escalate the situation” and demanded Dalzell give back the child. After a brief struggle, Jennifer Montana was able to wrestle the child from Dalzell.

“Mr. Montana, and his wife Jennifer, confronted the female, attempted to de-escalate the situation, and asked for the suspect to give back their grandchild,” a statement from the LASD said. “A tussle ensued and Mrs. Montana was able to safely pry the child out of the suspects arms.”

Dalzell fled the home but was quickly arrested nearby because Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies were reportedly on the same block for an unrelated matter. Montana flagged down the deputies, and they arrested Dalzell.

“The suspect fled to a nearby house, where she was located and arrested by Malibu/Lost Hills Deputies,” police said.

The woman was reportedly charged with kidnapping and burglary charges.

The Montanas, the home intruder, and the 9-month-old child were unharmed, according to the LASD.

Montana, the former NFL star QB for the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs retired after the 1994 season after winning four Super Bowls, thanked everyone for their support.

“Thank you to everyone who has reached out,” Montana tweeted. “Scary situation, but thankful that everybody is doing well. We appreciate respect for our privacy at this time.”

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Democratic mayoral candidate staged her own kidnapping in plot to win votes, police say

A South Carolina woman has been accused of attempting to boost her profile as a mayoral candidate by faking her own kidnapping and posting video of it online in a bid for sympathy votes.

What are the details?

Sabrina Belcher, 29, is competing in a crowded field of six candidates to become the next mayor of Sumter. But police say her political strategizing got out of hand when she allegedly plotted with associate James Eaddy, 34, to orchestrate a Facebook Live video showing her being robbed, beaten, and abducted “in order to garner publicity, sympathy and votes in the November election.”

During the video, Belcher mentioned the name of another candidate, which police say was an attempt to “discredit” her rival. Officers determined she “also had ongoing plans to smear other mayoral candidates prior to the election.”

Belcher showed up at the Sumter police station late Tuesday night claiming she had been “assaulted and kidnapped by an unknown man during an attempted robbery,” according to the department. The candidate was wounded and the windows of her vehicle were knocked out during the alleged attack.

“During the investigation,” police said, “Belcher provided a fake name of her attacker. However, officers later determined she was in contact with Eaddy whom she had worked with days prior to concoct and stage the reported incident.”

“This was simply an effort to create disorder and discontent in our community for personal gain,” Chief Russell Roark said. “As a result, a valuable number of resources, including personnel, manhours of the police department as well as local medical professionals, were wasted based on false information.”

Belcher eventually confessed to planning the ordeal, and she was arrested and booked into the Sumter County Detention Center with a $10,000 bond on charges of filing a false police report of a felony and conspiracy. Eaddy was charged with conspiracy.

The Miami Herald reported:

According to Belcher’s campaign page on Facebook, she is the first ‘Black female candidate ever to run.’ The page describes her as ‘a decorated community activist and local volunteer” as well as a volunteer firefighter in Sumter County. Her platform includes a bid for ’24/7 police presence during school bus hours to help protect our children.”

If elected, Belcher would be the first black mayor elected in Sumter. The Daily Caller noted that she is still in the race.

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Popular singer says she disappeared from public after being kidnapped, drugged, and raped over a period of several days

British pop star Duffy — real name Aimee Anne Duffy — says that she disappeared from the public eye after being kidnapped, drugged, and raped over the period of several days.

What are the details?

In a now-viral Wednesday Instagram post, the 35-year-old Duffy recounted her “terrifying” ordeal.

She began by revealing that she spoke to a journalist over the summer, and told him a story he’d likely never forget.

“You can only imagine the amount of times I thought about writing this,” she began. “The way I would write it, how I would feel thereafter. Well, not entirely sure why now is the right time, and what it is that feels exciting and liberating for me to talk. I cannot explain it. Many of you wonder what happened to me, where did I disappear to and why.”

Duffy continued, “A journalist contacted me, he found a way to reach me and I told him everything this past summer. He was kind and it felt so amazing to finally speak. The truth is, and please trust me I am ok and safe now, I was raped and drugged and held captive over some days.

“Of course,” she added, “I survived. The recovery took time. There’s no light way to say it. But I can tell you in the last decade, the thousands and thousands of days I committed to wanting to feel the sunshine in my heart again, the sun does now shine.”

Duffy went on to reveal that she needed the appropriate amount of time to heal in order to come clean with the allegations.

“You wonder why I did not choose to use my voice to express my pain?” she wrote. “I did not want to show the world the sadness in my eyes. I asked myself, how can I sing from the heart if it is broken? And slowly it unbroke.”

What else?

The artist said she plans to reveal further information in the coming days through a “spoken interview.”

She concluded, “Please respect this is a gentle move for me to make, for myself, and I do not want any intrusion to my family. Please support me to make this a positive experience.”

Duffy enjoyed success around 2007 and 2008 with the release of her hit songs, “Warwick Avenue” and “Mercy.” But in recent years, she has not been very active on social media.