On December 21, a man was apprehended in Iowa for reckless driving on Interstate 80 in Cass County. According to the New York Post, the individual was heavily armed and had a “renowned list” with the names of President Biden and Dr. Anthony Fauci on it.

Last week, Kuacha Brillion Xiong, a resident of Merced, California, was detained. Xiong, a recently sacked grocery store employee from Merced, California, had been programmed by the White House into a GPS device on his car and had made it to the “success” list via a TikTok video compilation. Xiong put former presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton and social media entrepreneur Mark Zuckerberg on the list, in addition to Biden and Fauci.

According to authorities, an AR-15-style gun, ammunition, body armor, medical kits, and a grappling hook were discovered in Xiong’s car. According to the New York Post, they found a stockpile of cash in his vehicle that was “earmarked for his funeral.”

According to the New York Times, Secret Service agent Justin Larson said in an affidavit, “Xiong believes that he is the only person remaining who can free the United States of evil and it is necessary for him to kill those in positions of power.”

He allegedly used a “weakness” to access the White House by climbing over a fence with a grappling hook – and threatened to kill the president if he did not comply with requests.

The complaint said, “When concluding the interview, Xiong stated that nothing would stop him from carrying out his plan of gaining access to the White House and killing the persons on his ‘hit list.’

“He added that if released from custody he would immediately resume traveling to the White House in Washington, DC and ‘do whatever it takes to complete his plan,’” the document said.

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