Michigan- It was a bizarre scene this afternoon as the infamous Governor Gretchen Whitmer stepped to the podium. All smiles and cheer, a notably happy Governor didn’t seem to notice the irony today, as she thanked the same law enforcement her and her party have been working to defund.

Her behavior only became more strange as she quickly turned a press conference to give information about an alleged terror plot that was foiled by FBI and state police Wednesday night into a negative campaign ad in favor of Joe Biden.

The governor spoke about President Trump, strangely accusing him and the accused kidnappers of being white supremacists, in spite of all involved being of the same ethnic background.

Photo from a video of anarchist Brandon Conserta in which he calls President Trump a “tyran” who “is not your friend.”

As the camera zoomed gently in on Whitmer, she made the most of the opportunity to speak out against President Trump. The air in the room was almost celebratory, as if the men had already been tried and convicted.

Many have questions about the case though. Rumors of unorthodox arrest methods and accusations of mistreatment of the mens’ children during the arrests are abound. Others have asked what Whitmer and her far-left cohorts have to gain from the narrative they are spinning. And one glaring question: If these were heavily armed, violent extremists bent on murder, how did the FBI and State Police arrest all of them within a single shot fired?

It has been widely spread by media and political sources that the men arrested in the federal case were “boogaloo boys”, a group that is called far right by the left, but in conservative groups it is widely believed that they are actually “planted” by the left to defame good, law abiding citizens. At least one of them, Brandon Caserta, was very vocal on social media about his stance as an anarchist, and anti-police, a stark contrast with conservative gun rights activists who are traditionally pro-police.

Adam Fox: Homeless vacuum cleaner salesman turned criminal mastermind.

Other notable suspect was Adam Fox, was seen in a live Facebook video cussing at his young child, forcing him to get his marijuana paraphernalia while smoke a marijuana cigarette, live on camera. Again, behavior not indicative of conservative groups.

Nobody knows what happened yet, but one thing is sure. These arrests have left many with more questions than answers.

A. Closer, reporting for the American Patriot Press.