The Supreme Court of the United States issued a 15-page code of conduct on Monday as part of broader efforts by the ruling political establishment to rebuild confidence in the judicial body that has been exposed as a center of corruption and political influence.
The exposure of a plot to assassinate Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer has uncovered the existence of a nationwide underground far-right terror network. Trump is plotting an attempt to ignore the results of the election on November 3 and use fascist forces in a bid to stay in power.
The militias are also the spearhead of the ruling class’ policy of “herd immunity.” They are being mobilized to threaten violence against officials responsible for implementing even the most mild lockdown measures in order to force the entire country back to work.
On Tuesday, the Michigan attorney general announced felony charges against 16 Republicans, who signed their names to a slate of false presidential electors aimed at switching the outcome of the state’s presidential vote from Biden to Trump in December 2020.
Brian Higgins pleaded guilty on Wednesday, setting the stage for the upcoming jury trial of the last four defendants accused of plotting to kidnap the governor of Michigan prior to the 2020 presidential elections.
Adam Fox and Barry Croft, Jr. were sentenced to 16 years and 19.5 years, respectively, in U.S. District Court in Grand Rapids, Michigan on Tuesday and Wednesday for the roles they played in plotting to kidnap and kill governor Gretchen Whitmer in 2020.
The conspiracy to target Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer for kidnap and assassination unfolded over a six-month period. The numbers in the text refer to the locations highlighted on the map.
The 13 men arrested have two things in common: extreme right-wing politics and economic marginalization.
Decades of union collaboration in the destruction of jobs and promotion of economic nationalism have created conditions for the extreme right to recruit and find support.