QAnon terrorist gets busted

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Kuachua Brillion Xiong, of Merced, California was pulled over by a Cass County, Iowa sheriff’s deputy on December 21 for speeding. It was discovered that Xiong had an AR-15 (the weapon of choice of domestic terrorists), ammunition, and body armor in his vehicle. The GPS in his vehicle had the White House programmed in as its destination. During this traffic stop Xiong made a series of statements about the government and said he had money for funeral expenses in his car.

Xiong was then taken into custody and held in the Pottawattamie County Jail in the western Iowa city of Council Bluffs. Xiong allowed Secret Service agents to search his phone, and told them he left California on December 18 in order to drive to Washington and murder people – including President Biden, former Presidents Clinton and Obama, Dr. Fauci, and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg:

What makes terrorist groups like QAnon and other Orange Florida Man aligned groups so dangerous is that they put ideas into the heads of unstable people like Xiong to commit acts of violence to bring about political change.

   

This time we were fortunate and a QAnon terrorist was stopped before he could carry out an attack. I’m glad Iowa law enforcement was on the job and took this guy into custody before he was able to carry out any terrorist acts. We may not be so lucky next time, so I hope law enforcement at all levels from county dog catcher all the way up to and including the heads of the FBI, CIA, Secret Service, AG Garland, the DOJ, and so on are all keeping a close eye on the QAnon loons to prevent any more January 6 attacks on our country.

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