With absolutely no evidence of their repugnant accusations, Democrats and their allies in the media have been attempting to paint President Trump and his supporters as “white supremacists” and “racists,” hoping if they do it enough, it will stick, and eventually turn voters against him. The truth is, President Trump has done far more for Black and Hispanic Americans than any other President in history. With historic unemployment numbers for Blacks, Hispanics, and women, President Trump has proven that he’s focusing on lifting every America up, regardless of skin color, sex or nationality. Instead of the media focusing on how many families have been helped by Trump’s policies, they focus instead, on a disgusting false narrative that they’ve created.
When a white supremacist shot up the Poway synagogue last month, President Trump quickly condemned the violent act of hatred and reached out to the rabbi to offer his condolences and help. The media tried and failed, to pin the killing on President Trump. Like the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting, the media immediately tried to pin the killer, who was also a white supremacist, to President Trump. Both times, the rabbis openly expressed their to the media how much they appreciated President Trump’s support, essentially stopping the media in their tracks from falsely tying the white supremacists to Trump.
Now, a white supremacist has been arrested for plotting to kill President Trump and strangely, the media has gone silent.
New Hampshire Register – United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut John H. Durham indicted former New Haven resident Gary Joseph Gravelle, also known as Roland Prejean, for numerous malicious incidents of intimidation that mentioned use of explosives and bio-toxins, and for threatening to kill President Donald Trump, according to a release from the Department of Justice.
According to the indictment, 51-year-old Gravelle has identified as a member of the white separate organization American Knights of Anarchy, or AKA.
The indictment charges Gravelle with 16 counts, variously, of maliciously conveying false information about explosives, false information and hoax as well as threats to the president. The threats impacted communities across Connecticut, including New Haven, Groton, Hartford and Old Saybrook, and the cities of Seattle, Wash., and Burlington, Vt.
Per the indictment, the crimes took place in September 2018, when Gravelle sent out a series of emails and made phone calls threatening to detonate bombs at several New Haven locations, including the Fellowship Place (called “Fellowship House” in the document), the Continuum of Care and the Connecticut Mental Health Center. He made similar threats toward the Abraham A. Ribicoff Federal Building in Hartford, Old Saybrook Center, the First Bristol Federal Credit Union in Bristol, the Federal Detention Center, SeaTac, in Seattle and Burlington International Airport, the court document alleges.
Many individuals were victim to Gravelle’s bluffs, among them probation officers, a district judge and numerous employees at the aforementioned locations, according to the indictment.
During the same time period, Gravelle also sent out letters containing a white powder he claimed was anthrax, incidents which the Register previously reported. One of them targeted the Middletown synagogue Congregation Adath Israel.
No injuries were reported in relation to the parcels, and at least two appeared to contain baby powder, the Associated Press reported on September 5.
The indictment details several of these cases: the Islamic Center of New London, located in Groton, received such a letter, which also held a piece of paper with the words “You Die” and “Anthrax is an acute infectious disease caused by the spore-forming bacterium Bacillus anthracis, a category A agent.”
Per the court document, Gravelle made a threat to President Trump that resembled other anthrax scares: in his letter, he included a white powder and the words, “I, Gary Gravelle, … as a faithful soldier of the AKA, am coming to KILLDonald Trump ….”
Authorities initially arrested Gravelle on charges of violating a federal supervised release, according to a release from last September stated. In July 2013, Gravelle was sentenced to 70 months in prison and three years of supervised release for mailing numerous threatening letters, the release said.