Police Arrest Man For Plotting To Blow Himself Up In DC On Election Day ‘Over Country’s Direction’

October 10, 2018 9:26 am  

(Gateway Pundit) – Another day, another deranged leftist.

A Rockland County, New York man named Paul Rosenfeld was arrested Wednesday for plotting to blow himself up in Washington D.C. on election day because he was unhappy with the country’s direction.

Paul Rosenfeld, 56, wanted to bring attention to his “radical political beliefs,” by killing himself on the Nation Mall, according to authorities.

CBS reported:

“As alleged, Paul M. Rosenfeld concocted a twisted plan to draw attention to his political ideology by killing himself on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. risking harm to many others in the process,” said U.S. Attorney Geoffrey Berman. “Rosenfeld’s alleged plan for an Election Day detonation cut against our democratic principles.”

Rosenfeld allegedly supported a political belief called sortition, which advocates for random selection of government officials.

Rosenfeld allegedly bought large quantities black powder over the internet to build a large bomb in his basement, authorities said. He had previously made and tested other small bombs, according to authorities.

When FBI agent searched his home, they found “what appeared to be a functional explosive device weighing approximately 200 pounds.”

The bomb was removed from his home and transported to a safe location, officials said.

FBI agents could be seen removing boxes from Rosenfeld’s home in Tappan Wednesday.

Rosenfeld was charged with unlawfully manufacturing a destructive device, which carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison. He is also charged with interstate transportation and receipt of an explosive, which also has a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison.

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