Man with TikTok ‘hit list’ including Biden, Fauci arrested

A heavily armed California man was arrested during a traffic stop in Iowa after police discovered a “hit list,” including the names of President Biden and Dr. Anthony Fauci, officials said.

Kuachua Brillion Xiong, 25, a recently fired merchant from Merced, was stopped for driving aggressively on Interstate 80 in Cass County on Dec. 21, according to a statement of probable cause.

In his vehicle, Sheriff Sgt. Tyler Shiels found an AR-15-like assault rifle, ammunition, loaded magazines, armor, medical kits and a grab hook, Secret Service Agent Justin Larson said in the criminal complaint.

Xiong, who had the White House address on a GPS device, said he was on his way to “fight evil demons,” officials said.

Kuachua Brillion Xiong
The recently fired merchant Kuachua Brillion Xiong was arrested at a traffic stop in Iowa on his way to the White House.
Arellano, Juan

Xiong’s “hit list,” which was compiled from TikTok videos, also included the names of former Presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, as well as Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg, U.S. officials said.

He reportedly found a “weak spot” to gain access to the White House by climbing over a fence using the grab hook – and said he would kill the president unless he complied with his unspecified demands.

“When he ended the interview, Xiong stated that nothing would stop him from carrying out his plan to gain access to the White House and kill the people on his ‘hit list,'” the complaint said.

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

Police also found money in his car that was “earmarked” for his funeral, though he told them he was not suicidal and planned to use his weapons to defend himself.

Xiong allowed investigators access to his cell phone to confirm his statements, according to FB.

President Joe Biden
Kuachua Brillion Xiong had a TikTok hit list that included President Biden and other political figures. He told police he was on his way to the White House to “fight evil demons.”
Dr.  Anthony Fauci
Kuachua Brillion Xiong’s hit list also included Dr. Anthony Fauci and Mark Zuckerberg. He was accused of making criminal threats against a former president.

Investigators found detailed notes in Xiong’s calendar and note applications, including entries for ‘Survive Supplies’ on October 19,’ Safe Life Defense Order ‘(body armor) on October 19,’ Safe Life Fed Defense ‘on October 22,’ Rifle pickup ‘on October 29,’ Silencer order ‘on November 5 and’ Save USA ‘on November 20, 21 and 27, ā€¯according to the complaint.

Xiong, who was accused of making criminal threats against a former president, is scheduled to appear in court on Thursday.

Police found an AR-15 and ammunition in Xiong’s car.
Cass County Jail


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