Documents: Feds Instigating Phony Whitmer Kidnapping Knew Lead Patsy was Mentally Ill, Made Fun of Him Behind His Back

Sponsored

Crypto's Next "Trillion-Dollar" Coin?

In 2016, he recommended Bitcoin at $428... the World's First Trillion-Dollar Coin. Now he's sharing a free new recommendation... Learn More

Privacy Policy/Disclosures

Defense attorneys in the phony kidnapping of Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer are arguing that communications between federal agents, including their teasing of the lead patsy for being mentally ill, prove that the plot was dubious.

The feds gave the so-called mastermind of the plot, Adam Fox, the nickname of “Captain Autism” as they set up the fake kidnapping, laughing at him the entire time as they set up the entrapment scheme, documents have shown.

“No one would have conspired with Adam Fox because no one believed he had any ability to form, much less carry out, a plan,” the defense claims, submitting their arguments in a new court filing.

The defense is requesting for the court to admit 258 statements made by FBI agents and their assets that they believe prove that the feds led the phony plot from its inception all the way until the conveniently-timed sting right before the election in Oct. 2020.

“We have a saying in my office. Don’t let the facts get in the way of a good story,” one agent said during a Dec. 2020 conversation referencing the fake kidnapping plot.

Another FBI agent said that the “mission is to kill the governor specifically.” Defendants, such as Daniel Harris, were repulsed at this idea. Harris said in response to the federal cajoling: ‘No snatch and grab. I swear to …God.'”

One federal snitch admitted to his federal handlers that no plot was taking place and the entire operation was a waste of time, saying: “Right, but yea, and I keep trying to push, press on them where are you guys wanting to go with this? Because I’m wanting (to) know are you wasting my time in a sense?”

“You can’t just grab brick and mortar. Without a … human to go with it, you’ve done nothing but grab brick and mortar,” the informant went on to say as he was ordered to further the federal entrapment scheme.

Fox also showed remorse about doing anything, suggesting that all the talk of plots were just drunken fantasies, which the defense attorneys have argued.

“I just, I don’t know. I start thinking about out doing it, it’s just like all the things like you know, like we could do that but at the end of the day it’s going to — it’s going to — it will wreak havoc on the community. Even if we don’t hurt nobody, just the action alone is going to devastate that community,” Fox said.

Big League Politics has reported on other facts that destroy in the federal narrative regarding the faux-kidnapping, including accusations of wife beating by an FBI agent who helped perpetrate the set-up, fraud charges against an FBI snitch who deceived the entrapped patsies, and the fact that the FBI had satanic neo-nazis on their payroll for years.

Support Big League Politics by making a donation today. You can also donate via PayPal, Venmo or donate crypto. Your support helps us take on the powerful and report the truth that the mainstream media wants to silence.

Sponsored

Man Who Predicted Bitcoin Says “This Is Bigger”

This technology could have an impact 113 times bigger than the internet… 600 times bigger than 5G… and 2,000 times bigger than Bitcoin. Learn More

Privacy Policy/Disclosures

Sponsored

Hidden Gems of Crypto

Weiss Ratings founder Martin Weiss names the hidden gems of a crypto sector that has grown 100-fold since 2020 and could grow another 400-fold in the months ahead. Plus, he gives you access to an early-bird, backdoor method for buying the gems of this sector for 80%, 90%, even 99% less than other investors will probably pay. Click here for all the details.

Privacy Policy/Disclosures