The Stupid Coup, Part Infinity: Battle Plans, Alliances, Conspiracy

H/T Scissorhead Skinny-D

Gee, it doesn’t sound like an organic storming of the Capitol after all! (Emphasis mine):

New evidence suggests ‘alliance’ between Oath Keepers, Proud Boys ahead of Jan. 6

Kelly Meggs, the Florida leader of the Oath Keepers, said in private messages obtained by prosecutors that he’d been in touch repeatedly with Proud Boys leadership in particular. He said he had worked out a strategy to confront potential violence from antifa, a loosely organized collection of left-wing extremists. Meggs has been charged along with nine others with conspiring to stop Congress from certifying the 2020 election.

“This week I organized an alliance between Oath Keepers, Florida 3%ers, and Proud Boys,” Meggs wrote in a Dec. 19 message to an associate via Facebook. “We have decided to work together and shut this shit down.”

Of course their lawyers have been saying that, you know, those proud patriots were only going to battle Antifa (which doesn’t exist, so good luck with that).

But prosecutors say that any advance planning by the groups — plus a growing body of evidence that the Oath Keepers coordinated their Capitol entry and rallied to the group’s leader, Stewart Rhodes, at an appointed time — suggests their intentions weren’t limited to battling antifa.

So how coordinated were they?

Meggs’ messages indicated that just days before the Jan. 6 attack, he and others anticipated that Trump would invoke the Insurrection Act, which they viewed as permission to aid his effort to stay in power.

“Trump’s staying in, he’s gonna use the emergency broadcast system on cell phones to broadcast to the American people. Then he will claim the insurrection act,” Meggs wrote in a Dec. 26 Facebook message.

“Any idea when?” an associate replied.

“Next week,” Meggs said. “Then wait for the 6th when we are all in dc to insurrection.”

Well, that seems pretty specific, Proud Boys are in!

But what about the Oaf Keepers?

In another batch of messages released Wednesday afternoon, prosecutors revealed an exchange between Oath Keepers Donovan Crowl and Jessica Watkins discussing plans to abscond to Kentucky should efforts to stop Biden’s inauguration fail.

Watkins, under the pseudonym “Jolly Roger,” wrote to Crowl in a Facebook message that the group’s “bugout plan” included upward of 20 Oath Keepers settling on land on “hundred’s of acres” of a Kentucky mountainside she said was located about two hours south of an ally’s property.

“Solar power, clean mountain spring, the whole 9,” Watkins indicated. “Tons of tree cover too. Good defense against pesky drone surveillance.”

Watkins added that the mountain location “gives us the high ground, and makes tunneling out fighting positions great (above water line).” She said the group would “be like the NVA” — the North Vietnamese Army during the Vietnam War — and “network tunnels.”

Crowl called the proposal a “great idea.”

When you have an escape plan, that definitely shows premeditation.

Related: the calls are coming from inside the house!

Videos show ally of Marjorie Taylor Greene among mob inside Capitol during January 6 riot

 

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12 Responses to The Stupid Coup, Part Infinity: Battle Plans, Alliances, Conspiracy

  1. Ten Bears says:

    No. Wait … “She said the group would “be like the NVA” — the North Vietnamese Army during the Vietnam War — and “network tunnels.” Does she have any idea what happened to those NVA?

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  2. Watkins added that the mountain location “gives us the high ground, and makes tunneling out fighting positions great (above water line).” She said the group would “be like the NVA” — the North Vietnamese Army during the Vietnam War — and “network tunnels.”

    She’s never tried to dig through Kentucky ‘mountain’ dirt, has she.

    Also, The NVA started working on those tunnels twenty years before the US came upon the scene…

    Communist forces began digging a network of tunnels under the jungle terrain of South Vietnam in the late 1940s, during their war of independence from French colonial authority. Tunnels were often dug by hand, only a short distance at a time. As the United States increasingly escalated its military presence in Vietnam in support of a non-Communist regime in South Vietnam beginning in the early 1960s, North Vietnamese and Viet Cong troops (as Communist supporters in South Vietnam were known) gradually expanded the tunnels. At its peak during the Vietnam War, the network of tunnels in the Cu Chi district linked VC support bases over a distance of some 250 kilometers, from the outskirts of Saigon all the way to the Cambodian border.

    https://www.history.com/topics/vietnam-war/cu-chi-tunnels

    But these tacticool cosplayers are gonna hide out from the US law enforcement right away…the US law enforcement that now has access to orbital and aerial lidar and radar that can detect things like ancient riverbeds deep beneath the Sahara or completely overgrown cities in the central American jungles https://electronics.howstuffworks.com/future-tech/scientists-use-lidar-to-discover-massive-lost-mayan-city.htm

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  3. glitterbug says:

    Tree cover a good defense against pesky drone surveillance.”

    At least half the year.

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  4. spotthedog says:

    Describing the hideout location; solar power, clean fresh water, plenty of trees – sounds like damn left-wing hippie talk to me!

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  5. Big Bad Bald Bastard says:

    They wouldn’t last a month without their insulin and statins.

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  6. Aurora Silvermane says:

    The most painfully stupid part about their Super Secret Plan is that they discussed all of it on Facebook messenger.

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