GM closes in on Trump as Oath Keepers leader arrested for seditious conspiracy

The arrest of the leader of the Oath Keepers for seditious conspiracy is a step towards Trump and his White House who were in contact with the insurgents.


CNN reported:

The senior official of the Oath Keeper was arrested in Texas. This is confirmed by its lawyer, and it’s in compared to January 6, and this is probably true, because it was prefigured. He was not charged accomplice in court deposits as a person one because remember there are 17 other oath keepers who have been indicted and many of them with plot, and Stewart Rhodes was mentioned in the court records as really what the The DOJ called the central and efficient presence someone leading the movements of these oath keepers and he played a central role for ask them to move around in this stack formation as they moved with hand on one shoulder.

And this is how Stewart Rhodes is famous instrumental by the Department of justice and now it has been arrested by federal agents here. prosecutors have established in detail how involved Rhodes would have been in direct the movements of these other keepers of the oath. They documented his messages on signal, and that encrypted messaging application, and so on prosecutors were build this business in public eye for the past year, and now about a year later, after being interviewed by CNN and said that he was not involved in the planning this attack at all he now has been arrested by federal agents.

Walls are closing on Trump and Republicans

The Oath Keepers were providing personal safety for Roger Stone and were in Washington with Stone on 1/6.

Rhoades’ arrest marks a turning point in DOJ’s 1/6 investigation. The Justice Department has moved up the food chain and is tackling the biggest fish and 1/6 most serious crime.

There have been reports for months that insurgents have been in contact with people within the Trump administration.

The accusations are growing more serious and the DOJ investigation is drawing closer to Trump and his seditious administration.

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