Armed Man With Hitlist Including US President Biden Arrested On Way To White House

The Los Angeles Times reported that authorities in Iowa apprehended a guy who was found with a rifle and a “kill list” that included President Biden and Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious diseases expert, during a traffic check.

According to federal court records unsealed Tuesday, Kuachua Brillion Xiong, of Merced, Calif., was arrested last week after allegedly telling police who pulled him over for driving recklessly that he was on his way to the White House “to assassinate those in authority.”

According to court filings, authorities discovered an AR-15-style rifle, ammunition, body armor, medical kits, and a grappling hook in Xiong’s truck.

According to court records, Xiong’s “kill list” of targets was constructed using TikTok videos. Former Presidents Clinton and Obama, as well as Meta Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg, were among those on the list, according to the New York Times.

According to the New York Times, “Xiong believes that he is the only person left who can rid the United States of evil, and that it is imperative for him to kill individuals in positions of power.” Secret Service agent Justin Larson claimed in an affidavit.

According to court records, Xiong allegedly informed officials that if he was released from detention, he would continue to visit to the White House and “do whatever it takes” to carry out his plan.

​​”Xiong stated that he has no intention of returning to California to see his family because he plans on dying while fighting evil demons at the White House,” the affidavit said, per 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 hearing on Thursday, with the federal government arguing he should remain in custody for making a threat against a former president, which is a federal crime, the Times reported.

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