Police arrested a potential white supremacist domestic terrorist right here in Anchorage, Alaska.

By |2019-05-17T08:36:45-08:00May 18th, 2019|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , |4 Comments

I’m sorry, he’s white so according to the Trump Justice Department he cannot be a terrorist. 

My bad.

Courtesy of KTUU:

Michael Graves, a tall, lanky 19-year-old, frequently glanced left to right during his bail hearing Tuesday, keenly paying attention to whoever was speaking during the federal court hearing in downtown Anchorage.

Accused of possessing an unregistered machine gun and two unregistered silencers, prosecutors used Graves’ Twitter posts to urge Chief Magistrate Judge Deborah Smith to deny his release.

During questioning, Graves told the FBI the posts were jokes and he denied having extremist beliefs of white supremacist views, according to an FBI agent who testified.

He did admit a dislike for “Muslims, Israelites or Jews, and atheists,” the agent said.

The combination of violent, racially-motivated posts coupled with possession of numerous firearms led the judge to conclude they were “actions that suggest a will to act” and that community safety required his continued detention.

During a search of Graves’ Fairview home, investigators seized 11 firearms, along with a sawed-off shotgun barrel, extended magazines, silencers, and something called a “Glock Full Auto Selector Switch,” which is designed to convert a semi-automatic Glock-type pistol into a machine gun.

One of the silencers is decorated with a swastika and the numbers 1488, a reference to white supremacy and the name of an Alaska prison gang.

You know there are a number of trends that I would like to see Alaska avoid altogether.

Dabbing, eating Tide pods, and most definitely becoming a white nationalist terrorist.  

And did you notice that this asshole was not just targetting the usual groups hated by white supremacists like Muslims and Jews, he also hates Atheists.

What the shit?

How did we get on the White Power hate list? 

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  1. Anonymous May 18, 2019 at 2:44 am

    Was he arrested at Track’s house?

  2. Old Redneck May 18, 2019 at 4:54 am

    OFF-TOPIC: I was doing my weekly stalking of Bristol and Sarah. On their Instagram pages are celebratory photos of what must be Piper’s high school graduation.

    The whole family is there: Todd, Sarah, Bristol, Willow, Piper and Trig.

    Hmmmm. Is someone missing??

    BTW — Instagram seems to have changed their format; comments are not visible . . . or, at least, I can’t see them. Maybe one must be an Instagram subscriber to see comments.

  3. Anonymous May 18, 2019 at 5:39 am

    He appears to be USDA Prime son in-law material for Sarah Palin.. Go get em, Piper.

  4. 'O Canada May 18, 2019 at 8:37 am


    As he hides behind the protection of academic freedom, professors and extremism researchers say Duchesne is peddling white supremacist views while the university’s leadership is unable or unwilling to intervene. It’s a case that shows how, when white supremacists are left to fester, they can co-opt legitimate institutions and public discourse. Like the news outlets that quote Duchesne, the university offers him a badge of legitimacy so he can spread extremist beliefs online and influence students on campus.

    “He’s an embarrassment to the University of New Brunswick,”

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