Coast Guard Lieutenant Plots Mass Killing of Liberals

We need a white homeland as Europe seems lost.
By Frank Kineavy
Authorities have arrested a 49-year old coast guard lieutenant plotting to conduct a mass killing. His hit list included prominent Democratic politicians as well as several journalists from CNN and MSNBC.
According to CNN, Christopher Paul Hasson is a self-proclaimed white supremacist who had a detailed plan to execute some of the biggest names in the Democratic party and liberal media.
He devised his plan with inspiration from Anders Breivik, who successfully completed terrorist attacks in 2011 that killed 77 people in Norway. In order to get prepared to carry out his mission, Hasson accumulated steroids and human growth hormone “to increase his ability to conduct attacks,” as outlined in Breivik’s manifesto.
As spokesman for the US Coast Guard Headquarters, Barry Lane stated, “An active duty Coast Guard member, stationed at Coast Guard Headquarters in Washington, DC, was arrested last week on illegal weapons and drug charges as a result of an ongoing investigation led by the Coast Guard Investigative Service, in cooperation with the FBI and Department of Justice. Because this is an open investigation, the Coast Guard has no further details at this time.”
While the master plan was to “kill almost every last person on the earth,” his current hit list consisted of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, of New York, Sens. Chuck Schumer of New York, Cory Booker of New Jersey, Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut and Kamala Harris of California, as well as former Rep. Beto O’Rourke of Texas — as well as CNN journalists Don Lemon, Chris Cuomo and Van Jones and MSNBC’s Chris Hayes, Ari Melber and Joe Scarborough.
When law enforcement agents searched Hasson’s house, they found 15 guns and more than 1,000 rounds of ammunition. Hasson is scheduled to appear in Court on Thursday for a hearing.

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