Iowa authorities have arrested a man found during a traffic jam carrying a rifle and a “hit list” that included President Biden and Anthony FauciAnthony FauciOvernight Health Care – CDC under fire for new guidance CDC comes under fire for new COVID-19 guidance. Biden says that if the medical team advises it, he will issue requirements for domestic travel vaccine MORE, the country’s best expert in infectious diseases, It writes the Los Angeles Times.
Kuachua Brillion Xiong of Merced, California, was remanded in custody last week after allegedly telling police who pulled him over for driving aggressively that he was on his way to the White House “to kill those in power,” according to federal court records there. was closed on Tuesday.
Authorities said they found an AR-15 type rifle, ammunition, armor, medical kits and a grab hook in Xiong’s vehicle, according to court records.
Xiong’s “hit list” of targets was compiled from TikTok videos according to court records. In addition to Biden and Fauci, the Times reported that the list included former Presidents Clinton and Obama and Meta Chief Executive Mark ZuckerbergMark ZuckerbergMeta launches virtual world app Senators to grill Instagram boss over platform effect on children Rohingya refugees sue Facebook for 0B MORE, among other.
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“Xiong believes he is the only remaining person who can rid the United States of evil, and it is necessary for him to kill them in positions of power,” Secret Service agent Justin Larson said in a statement, according to the Times.
Xiong also told authorities that if he was released from custody, he would continue to travel to the White House and “do whatever it takes” to complete his plan, according to court records.
“Xiong stated that he does not intend to return to California to see his family because he plans to die while fighting evil demons in the White House,” the statement said, according to the Times.
Xiong, 25, was booked in Iowa’s Pottawattamie County on the afternoon of Dec. 21, according to court records.
Xiong is scheduled to appear in federal court for a detention meeting on Thursday, at which the federal government claims he must remain in custody for making a threat to a former president, which is a federal crime, the Times reported.