Free Christian Secor!Thomas Steuben
Every day under the Brandon regime brings a new outrage or embarrassment, but last week was one of the most shocking outrages I have seen in some time. A Trump-appointed judge, Trevor McFadden, sentenced Christian Secor to three-and-a-half years in prison, followed by three years of probation. This is after Secor had already served 40 days in solitary confinement followed by months of house arrest. His supposedly heinous crime? “Obstruction of an official proceeding,” which is a pretentious way of saying peacefully sitting in Mike Pence’s fancy chair on January 6 and then cordially leaving when asked to do so.
Interestingly, this novel felony was only added months after Secor was initially charged with a battery of crimes, some of which were laughably tenuous, such as “assaulting an officer” — given that he was at the back of a crowd with a flag.
Based upon statements on the record in open court by judge Trevor McFadden and prosecutor Kimberley Paschall, Christian was sentenced more for holding unapproved (yet rapidly spreading) viewpoints and for apparently exercising his enumerated constitutional right to keep and bear arms than for anything that he actually did. This is despite the fact that he did not come to Washington, DC armed with any weapon, even a butter knife. He didn’t even wear any tactical gear, like a chest rig, as many Right-wing protestors do in order to make a statement or to show off their cool morale patches. He came that fateful day exactly as he was: as a college student. He could have easily been the bright zoomer down the street whom you know.
Let’s grant it to the tedious law-and-order crowd that Christian Secor should be punished. What did he actually do? The only crimes I can possibly see are trespassing in “the People’s House,” disturbing the peace, and perhaps a charge akin to joyriding for briefly depriving Pence of the use and enjoyment of his cushy magical chair of democracy. Cry me the Mississippi River and put a Confederate flag in it. These charges would normally merit probation, a fine, or community service, at most.
Christian Secor did not do anything violent. Even his vicious persecutors admit as much in court documents. And as for those defendants who did, frankly, who cares? January 6 happened after almost a year of anarcho-tyranny in which blacks and their Judeo-Bolshevik handlers in antifa had free reign to burn, loot, and murder. Roughing up the vaunted Capital Police is just a schoolyard tussle in comparison. Besides, that’s what they’re paid to do sometimes, and their job is usually easy and prestigious.
When compared to his handling of the milquetoast MAGA crowd, Trevor’s handling of Christian Secor’s case reveals an open and unabashed partisanship against dissidents. He has a clear bias in favor of milquetoast civic nationalists who are more adjacent to his RINO politics, but his hostility towards nationalists is undisguised.
Trevor was the first judge to fully acquit a defendant. Additionally, Trevor sentenced Couy Griffin, the founder of Cowboys for Trump, to 14 days in prison, which was effectively zero due to time served. This is despite the fact that Griffin made several statements even after his arrest which would tend to show a lack of remorse. Furthermore, Griffin was an older man than Secor, and due to his political career as a county commissioner, could be said to be actively profiting from his case’s publicity.
Furthermore, Trevor gave another defendant, Nicholas Rodean, zero jail time and less than a year of house arrest because he has Asperger’s syndrome, despite coming to the protest with a hatchet and smashing two windows with a flagpole. Rodean’s case is telling because he was photographed next to the “Q-Shaman” and was therefore a high-profile defendant, like Secor.
In March, Trevor said that non-violent January 6 defendants shouldn’t get serious jail time and that January 6 should not be treated as one-of-a-kind. He even stated that he could not remember seeing a non-violent, first-time misdemeanant “sentenced to serious jail time . . . regardless of their race, gender, or political affiliation.” Yet he sentenced Christian Secor solely because he is a white male with the wrong opinions. His handling of other cases makes this abundantly clear.
In a pathetic attempt to justify his unjustifiable ruling, Trevor claimed that Secor showed no remorse, but he could present no evidence for his claim beyond Secor’s silence during sentencing and a few tweets he had sent before he was arrested. According to a friend of Secor’s, however — Ryan Sanchez, aka Culture War Criminal — he had been completely well-behaved during his extensive house arrest and later curfew, without a single strike. The DC parole office even recommended leniency, something which is almost unheard of in the urban jungle of DC. Shouldn’t actions speak louder than words?
Ultimately, Secor was viciously persecuted for being young, dissident, from a good family, and smart. And the practical end result is what matters, not abstract theory.
For us, Christian Secor’s fate illustrates several points.
1. The GOP is entirely unsalvageable. Trump could have easily pardoned everyone involved in January 6. Instead, he pardoned a gaggle of blacks and Jews such as Kodak Black and Jared Kushner’s father. McFadden could also have dismissed Secor’s charges, or at least been reasonable at sentencing. But Trevor imposed a sentence that was more than double the severity of the agreed-upon sentencing recommendations, which, given the coercive nature of Secor’s plea agreement as mentioned by Ryan Sanchez, raises a natural inference of collusion. This is despite routinely imposing sentences well below the prosecutors’ recommendations. The part of Secor’s plea deal which disallows the possibility for an appeal is at best highly unusual, according to my research.
But where did a Pontius Pilate-like Trevor McFadden even come from? Trump appointed him. Why? Because the Federalist Society recommended him. The Left frequently talks about the Federalist Society as though it is a far-Right crypto-fascist conspiracy. Alas, if only we had a deep state of our own. The truth is that the Federalist Society is just another Jewish neocon front. Its current President is Eugene B. Meyer, who is the son of Frank Meyer, a Jew. Like many of the National Review magazine’s early founders, Frank Meyer was a former card-carrying Communist.
The Federalist Society’s logo is a silhouette of James Madison, which is major cultural appropriation given that Madison would be disgusted with their role as controlled opposition. While nowhere as near as insulting as Lizzo playing Madison’s flute while twerking, the appropriation of Madison’s likeness is much more damaging because it is yet another example of Bolsheviks killing our institutions and then dressing up in their skin and demanding we pay tribute.
2. It shows that our constitutional rights now exist only on paper. Secor’s prosecutor, Kimberly Paschall, mostly kevetched about his “extremist views” and enthusiasm for firearms. A large number of Americans probably hold what the regime now disparages as “extremist views,” and which now encompass common-sense ideas. That number was steadily growing even before Kanye began naming the Jew. Furthermore, 32% of Americans are gun owners.
Secor’s sentencing demonstrates that the regime and its toadies openly despise the Constitution they perjuriously swore to uphold. McFadden went along with the prosecutor in treating Secor’s perfectly normal interest in weapons and his desire to form and express his own opinions as unwritten crimes. Trevor treated Secor’s perfectly legal purchases of firearms and tactical gear as if they had been corporate money-laundering, which is yet another indication that we live in a surveillance state.
In decades past, establishment Republicans at least had to keep up the appearance of respecting the Constitution as it is written. In 2022, however, Republican judges openly spit on the Constitution even more often than most college Leftists would have dared to in the 1990s. Their allegiance is entirely to post-1960s body of constitutional law that is anathema to the Founders’ original intent.
McFadden exemplifies that the establishment GOP thinks of half of the country, including many of their own supporters, as criminals. Trevor would probably throw us in jail to advance his career as well if he could get away with it. They despise us just as much as the Left does, and perhaps even more so because we are likelier to become competition.
3. Christian Secor’s sentencing is Exhibit A as to why we can no longer trust law enforcement, and certainly shouldn’t venerate them as the “back the blue” crowd does. The police are inherently creatures of the anti-white establishment, as explained by Richard Houck a full two years before the anarcho-tyranny of 2020. The individual officers and departments who are an exception to this general rule are precious few and far between.
Trevor McFadden was a Deputy Sheriff in the Madison County Sheriff’s Office and a police officer with the Fairfax County Police Department. He probably got where he is by posturing as a law-and-order type, then saw that the political winds were beginning to blowing towards Bolshevism. I doubt he has any true loyalties to anything beyond his own self-interest and career prospects. These RINOs identify more with up-and-coming sociopaths than with their constituents, for whom they can’t be bothered to have basic compassion.
Law enforcement also can’t be trusted to be anything but hostile towards us, because we whites are essentially the family and dog that they beat when they come home. While I don’t buy the claim that 40% of police commit domestic violence, they nonetheless do commit domestic violence at disproportionately higher rates when compared to the general population. Why? Because the ones who can’t cope well take their frustrations over having to deal with society’s dregs out on their powerless and defenseless loved ones, even though they are not to blame. Any cop must understandably be suffering from a chronic case of negro fatigue, but since negro-worship is now de facto the state religion, they can never properly discipline negroes. Whites, however, are perfectly fair game. Secor and whites in general are the poor dog or wife who gets hit by Officer McFadden not because of anything they did, but because they are a defenseless target for their frustration after having dealt with Defendant Daquan day after day.
4. The white youth have been abandoned by their elders and the GOP. When I see Christian Secor, I see many parallels with Kyle Rittenhouse. Both were young men who were thrust into their roles because their elders were delinquent in their duties. Kenosha’s police did nothing to stop the rioting, and Rittenhouse therefore ended up bearing the consequences of their moral cowardice — not despite but because he has a heart of gold. Secor did the job that Donald Trump should have done, and has suffered for it. Secor’s case is especially galling given Trump’s rhetoric during Stop the Steal and his promise on January 6 that he was going to go to the Capitol himself. Secor was youthful action, Trump elderly blather. The harsh lesson here is that we can no longer trust old establishment figures, even Trump, not to exploit our idealistic youth as political cannon-fodder.
Christian Secor was sentenced to three-and-a-half years in prison not for any crime that he committed, but for his symbolic act of defiance and speaking the truth. January 6 was the first time when anyone who really represented the American people sat in the Speaker’s vaunted chair. The petty spite behind Secor’s sentencing was not because he attacked representative government, but because he sat down as a champion for representative government on behalf of everyone who feels excluded.
The regime has thus far been able to commit outrage after outrage with impunity because there have been no consequences. Why should they stop? But did the regime in its hubris and narcissism perhaps make a serious miscalculation in trying to destroy Secor?
Only time will tell. But he is young, handsome, articulate (as indicated by his reputation as a fiery debater at UCLA), and despite being part Hispanic, stridently pro-white. That he was silent for over a year and a half shows discipline. He also remained stoically quiet in court instead of groveling for forgiveness — not that it likely would have made any difference, anyway. From what I can tell, he is as much a sympathetic figure as he is inspiring. And based on the tweets he was persecuted for, he is undeniably our guy.
The Greek conception of a hero is a man who suffers for greatness. By that definition, Christian Secor is a hero. He defied the evilest regime on the face of the planet, and has suffered its wrath. Will he be yet another hero who suffers and then fades away? Too many have been persecuted by the regime without consequences, unremembered and unmourned.
I would ask that you do your part to make sure Christian is not forgotten. For starters, I would ask that you contact your local candidates in the upcoming election and demand that they stand up for Secor and the other January 6 heroes — and if they don’t, stay home on Election Day, or do a write-in for Christian Secor himself.
If they can’t be loyal to a sympathetic figure like Christian, how can they be expected to be loyal to their voters once in office? They will just turn out to be more Traitor McFaddens.
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“And I’ll be there with you” – Donald J. Trump, January 6th, 2021.
I might be too sympathetic to Trump, but I think he regrets not pardoning all the Jan 6 protesters. He was facing his own bogus impeachment 2.0 at the time. If we ever have another Republican President, his first act should be a blanket Jan 6 pardon.
I would suggest his name didn’t help him.
And that he’s targeted symbolically as well.
God be with him.
The Biden administration, busily engaged in replacing the population, betrays the population and is owed no loyalty. Instead of trying to do something about the precipitous rise of violent crime, they instead torment patriotic Americans who were justly outraged that the will of the historic American people, to re-elect Donald Trump, was subverted. Those held in prison, abused by authorities, are martyrs. One day they will be exonerated and honored in an official capacity.
I’m surprised it wasn’t worse.
Wikipedia says the judge is even a member of anti-LGBTist splinter of the Episcopal Church. So he’s as far to the right as you’re going to get within the federal judiciary.
Everybody wants to be a rebel until they get treated like a rebel.
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