Remember this in insane-plot analysis: Never ascribe to partisan political motivation that which might be explained by sheer lunacy. The indictment against thirteen people in an insane plot to kidnap Gov. Gretchen Whitmer refers to them as “members of the militia group,” but never mentions their political orientation. Whitmer — and the media — assumed them to be radical right-wing militia, and she blamed Donald Trump for inciting them, as Allahpundit noted last night.
But is that accurate? One video of Brandon Caserta found by the Detroit News shows him briefly wearing a Hawaiian shirt, an alleged trademark of the Boogaloos, fringe right-wing provocateurs accused of participating in urban riots to start a race war.