FBI Amazingly Blunders Hunt for MAGA Protesters in Alaska
The incompetent and corrupt FBI is so hungry to violate the civil rights of Trump supporters that it is now kicking down the doors of anyone who may have worn a red hat at some point since 2017. You’re not going to believe the latest blunder that the FBI committed in Alaska last week. You’d think that some of the nation’s FBI agents would be resigning out of embarrassment by this point, but maybe they’re all just so overpaid that they are incapable of shame.
The FBI kicked in the doors at the Homer Inn & Spa last Wednesday. Go ahead and look up the location of Homer, Alaska on a map. We’ll wait. Yeah. That’s how far afield the nation’s “foremost law enforcement agency” is running around and raiding homes and businesses to try to find Trump supporters to unlawfully jail and torture.
Anyway, all of the guests at the bed and breakfast were obviously awakened by the FBI kicking open their doors (guns drawn, naturally). But it was the owners of the business the FBI was actually looking for. Paul and Marilyn Hueper own the bed and breakfast, and presumably will now have to pay for a new door.
The Huepers were handcuffed in their home so that the FBI could question them. The agents told the Huepers, “You probably know why we’re here.” The Huepers replied that actually, no, they weren’t sure why armed FBI agents with guns drawn were kicking down their door and waking them up in Homer, Alaska.
So, the agents told the Huepers that they were looking for Nancy Pelosi’s laptop. Which was news to the Huepers, because they had never went inside the US Capitol building on January 6th when Pelosi’s laptop wandered off.
The FBI then showed them a picture of Mrs. Hueper near the Capitol steps on the 6th and asked if it was her. The Huepers went on vacation to DC in January and decided to finally attend a Donald Trump rally that day. And yes, Paul Hueper did take a picture of his wife near the Capitol steps, which they confirmed to the FBI.
Next, the FBI pulled out photographs of a completely different woman walking around inside the US Capitol and demanded to know if that was Mrs. Hueper. The picture at the top is a side-by-side comparisons of Mrs. Hueper and the Laptop Suspect Lady, and you pretty much have to laugh at the FBI’s assertion they are the same women. They have similar hairstyles, but otherwise look almost nothing alike. Perhaps the FBI’s working theory is that the Huepers took a picture of Marilyn outside the Capitol and then she changed her clothes to pull off the big Pelosi laptop heist?
Paul Hueper did laugh at the FBI over it. He mused that he wished his wife would wear a pair of sexy leather boots for him like the ones that Laptop Suspect Lady was wearing.
Side Note: Mr. Paul Hueper… you are a LEGEND. When the FBI kicks in my door and points guns at me for not being at the January 6 peaceful protests, I hope that I can keep my sense of humor about it. I’m buying Hueper a beer for that line if I ever make it to Homer, Alaska.
Anyway, the Huepers patiently explained to the FBI that the Laptop Suspect Lady had on different clothes than Marilyn on January 6th. They also pointed out that the two women have completely different physical features than each other and were obviously two different people.
Nonplussed, the FBI agents seized the Huepers’ laptops and cell phones anyway. Maybe this is more of that “shock and awe” that that one corrupt DOJ official bragged about on ‘60 Minutes.’ Congratulations, FBI! We are shocked by your incompetence and in awe at how any of you manage to keep your jobs when you can’t handle a simple game of “Spot the Difference” with two photographs.
The good news is that the Huepers were not arrested and therefore are not getting their eyeballs punched out of the socket in that nasty DC jail where the rest of the Trump supporters are being held as political prisoners. The bad news is that if you’ve ever worn a red hat, the FBI may be coming to your home next.