Operation Secure our Borders Fizzles After Far-Right Leader Goes AWOL
The leader for a dubious far-right operation has gone AWOL just days after he announced there are ‘troops on the ground’ to protect America’s border from immigrant ‘invaders.’
“Commander” Chris “Threepercenter” Davis, age 37, bragged about his scheme to put armed militia troops on the border to shoot those entering the country undocumented.
“We have patriots all across this country who are willing to sacrifice their time, money even quit their jobs to come down and fight for freedom, liberty and national sovereignty,” Davis said in the interview with KRGV.
In a 21-minute infomercial for his cause posted on YouTube, the Commander also instructed the ‘freedom fighters’ how to respond while guarding the border during his operation. “You see an illegal. You point your gun dead at him, right between his eyes, and you say, ‘Get back across the border or you will be shot.'”
Soon after his ‘Operation Secure Our Borders’ started getting press, though, Davis dropped out of the picture, removing his YouTube video, deactivating his Facebook account and cancelling his interview on Fox News and far-right outlets.
The last-minute cancellations infuriated Harry Link, whose Truth Broadcasting Network show serves as a show case for far-right conspiracies and causes like Davis’ alleged operation.
“Have you seen a single photograph of the militias on the borders? Because I have not,” Link said, accusing Davis of running a ‘psy-op’ or an attempt to defraud the right.
Even the pro-gun, anti-government crowd called foul at his sudden departure from his own cause.
“Based on what I know now, stay as far away from this incipient exercise in cluster coitus as you can,” said anti-government activist Mike Vanderboegh on his blog, decrying Davis.
A few, however, continue to champion Davis’ cause even it it does appear he is AWOL.
“The commander has gone black because of security threats,” Barbie Rogers, founder of the Patriots Information Hotline helping the group organize said, demanding the operation and the so-called commander are legit.
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