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Man arrested in Kannapolis with van full of guns and explosives, researched killing Joe Biden

Source: WBTV

KANNAPOLIS, N.C. (WBTV) – A man was arrested in Kannapolis with a van full of guns and explosives with plans to carry out an act of terrorism, including trying to assassinate Joe Biden.

An order filed in federal court earlier this month outlines the plans by a man identified as Alexander Hillel Treisman, who also used the alias Alexander S. Theiss.

In the order, a federal magistrate judge outlined the reasons why Treisman should continue to be held in jail on child pornography charges.

Although, Treisman currently faces pornography charges, the order details a list of factors related to the defendant’s plans for a possible act of terror as grounds he should remain in custody.

According to the order, Treisman was arrested in late May, after employees at a bank in Kannapolis called police to investigate a white van that had been left in the parking lot.

“Through the windows, KPD officers observed an AR-15 style rifle, a box for a Taurus .380 handgun, a cannister of the explosive material Tannerite, and a box of 5.56 caliber ammunition,” the order said, referencing testimony from a FBI agent who investigated the case as part of the Joint Terrorism Task Force.

Read more: https://www.wbtv.com/2020/10/22/man-arrested-kannapolis-with-van-full-guns-explosives-researched-killing-joe-biden/

Sam Elliott narrates Biden ad premiering during World Series: 'There is only one America'

Exactamundo Wisconsin, mark your calendar! & to tRump, Up your nose with a rubber hose!


Hey good buddy, who all here remembers the chicken band craze of the 1970's?

Long before the internet there was another networking craze called CB radio. It lasted through pretty much the entire 70's. I got my start around 1970ish with a pair of GE Recon Walkie Talkies, later graduating to a 23 channel JC Penny Pinto Base Station xmas of 74. By then everyone and their uncle didn't have a CB so channels were clear and 40-50 mile contacts were common with 4 watts. I waited for my required CB license to show up before I made contacts.

By '76 the full on craze was underway, every home, car had CB's, even my dad had a CB in his car by then which he sometimes used to wake me up early as he headed to work (yep, I kept it on overnight😋. CB's were in the movies, songs, TV shows. As a teen I was still enjoying mine, talking to friends, making new friends but I also got my ham radio license that year and sold my trusty base station, which sold fast as radios were in high demand.

Was flipping through an old 1976 CB Times magazine this morning, one of the many CB mags that sprung up during that time, & wanted to share a bit from a letter to the editor:

"I'm writing this in a diner just off Radar Alley (Interstate 90) and my reffer's sittin outside while I relax over a cuppa hundred mile joe, I'm still chuckling over what a smokey pulled in Pennsylvania a hundred & fifty miles ago. I was on the hammer with a good buddy on my front door giving me an 'all clear' so we were both making time........"

he goes on telling about a cop pretending to be a trucker giving other truckers the ok to speed then pulling them over down the highway, those were the days.

Don't go changing


NYT: A tRump supporting Cleveland printing company is 10 days late sending ballots out


Republicans Are The Death Cult: tRump warned Wall Street by Thom Hartmann

MSNBC right now doing damage control, trying to backpedal all the lies they let tRump

spew on their network tonight, some very dangerous lies.

@SenSasse owes @POTUS an apology!


College Says Students May Have Sought COVID-19 Infection To Boost Plasma Donor Payout

Administrators at Brigham Young University's campus in southeastern Idaho say they are "deeply troubled" by reports that students may have intentionally tried to contract COVID-19, lured by blood donation centers that are paying a premium for plasma with COVID-19 antibodies.

"Students who are determined to have intentionally exposed themselves or others to the virus will be immediately suspended from the university and may be permanently dismissed," the university said in a statement issued Monday.

The school condemned the behavior, saying it is "actively seeking evidence of any such conduct among our student body."

Possible donation sites for BYU-Idaho students include the Grifols Biomat USA Rexburg location, whose website touts its close proximity to the BYU-Idaho campus in downtown Rexburg. The company's site has a page devoted to survivors of COVID-19 as part of its effort to collect convalescent plasma.

"As a special thanks, those who give convalescent plasma will earn $100 per visit," the company says. It also says that for people who have recovered from the disease, "As your body produces more to maintain your immunity, you can potentially donate multiple times."

In recent months, the company has been offering $50 to new plasma donors, with progressively higher amounts for people making multiple donations within a month.

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