FBI’s Whitmer Kidnapping Plot Was Even Worse Than First Revealed

The FBI’s credibility is currently in the toilet and deservedly so.

It’s not just the recent raid on former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate; it’s also their ongoing history of entrapment, incitement, informants, and fomenting conspiracies.

Take the Gretchen Whitmer case. The Michigan governor was the subject of a frightening abduction plot in 2020 that was bravely stopped just in time by the FBI.

Though it later turned out the FBI incited and led the entire plot just to entrap a few bumbling idiots and hype up the danger of militia movements.

America was shocked. Whereas now new information is coming out that shows the FBI’s role in the Whitmer case was even worse than first known.

Shocking Details Revealed

This Monday, the case of the attempted kidnapping of Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer is on back in the public eye again after doubts came up about exactly what happened and the extent of the FBI’s role.

The trial into what happened in this case is blowing up right now because the FBI’s role was even more than first realized.

FBI informant Dan Chappel was called to testify about the case and to clarify his connection to the militia group called the Wolverine Watchmen.

The Watchmen were seen in April 2020 at the COVID lockdown protest at the Michigan Capitol.

According to  Buzzfeed reporter Ken Bensinger, the FBI agent, Chappel, was bugged during the protest and watched it unfold. As he observed the fervent protesters, he informed other FBI agents the situation was getting out of hand.

Besinger said FBI agents commanded Michigan police to open the entrance to the Capitol for the protesters. They claimed it would be a way to control the situation.

What? Your head must be just like mine right now, with trillions of question marks in it.

Furthermore, why did Chappel plant explosives in a truck used by one of the Watchmen so they could later then confiscate it and charge him for it? That sounds a lot like evidence falsification and a crime.

Chappel’s Creepy Career

Chappel was paid about $60,000 by the FBI for half a year of work trying to infiltrate and incite the Watchmen. He followed around a man named Adam Fox, who lived in a small apartment under a vacuum store and tried to spur him to violence.

Once he was able to incite Fox and some of his friends into more violent imaginings, Chappel worked hard to get them materials and more specific plans about kidnapping Whitmer and doing bad things to her.

He encouraged their fantasies about harming her and teaching her a lesson, assisting the plotters every step of the way and directly inciting their violent tendencies.

Now that they’re on trial. Chappel’s huge role is coming out; it seems fair to ask just what else the FBI has been up to and how much other evidence they may have planted.

This article appeared in FreshOffThePress and has been published here with permission.