Anti-Gun Political Clerk Admits to Lies, Terrorism and Racist Frame Job

By David Codrea

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Michael Dekota McRae lies his head off while his then-boss, Iowa State Rep. Ako Abdul-Samad, enjoys both heightened aggrieved status and breathless media attention. (Screenshot: Iowa Firearms Coalition YouTube video)
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USA –  -(Ammoland.com)- “Michael Dekota McRae, 28, pleaded guilty to conveying false information concerning a biological weapon,” NBC’s 13 WHOTV in Des Moines reported. “In a plea agreement, McRae admitted to writing a letter to Representative Ako Abdul-Samad and threatening to kill both Abdul-Samad and himself. Authorities said the letter contained racial slurs and a white powder.

The letter, sending powder “in a lot of different directions,” was opened on the Iowa State Legislature floor during an active chamber session, forcing an evacuation of the Capitol

“I’m going to kill you and Mike,” the report quoted from the terror threat note.

For reasons only the reporters can say, they did not elect to present or describe the remainder of what it said, presented with a bit of judicious blurring by Iowa Firearms Coalition. The group’s Vice President, Kurt Liske, has done a first rate job of reporting, something “official media” can’t be counted on to do, providing what the late Paul Harvey called “the rest of the story”:

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Creative writing from a “progressive” purveyor of tolerance and diversity… (Courtesy Iowa Firearms Coalition)

One of the first questions the media should be asking, which means it won’t, is why was this perpetrator of a terror act, one that also has blatant racist motivation, only charged with “false information and hoaxes”? Why, after his guilty plea, does he only face “a maximum of five years in prison and a $250,000 fine”?

And why is the media not mentioning McRae’s anti-gun activism as the co-organizer of a protest attended by Abdul-Samad against “stand your ground” laws, which he made a central point in his terror note? That's absolutely relevant. And why is the fact that he intended to stir up dangerous anger against whites by faking a “hate crime” not being mentioned?

Come to think of it, why is it up to internet activists, rather than “crusading journalists” with access to all the needed resources, to inform the public of the growing trend of fake hate crimes? People believing such lies react in ways that endanger lives and property, inviting riots and violent deaths, not to mention the perpetuation of race-based resentment against injuries that never happened. And people do some lunatic things.

Something else marked by its conspicuous absence from media reports: Any statement from Ako Abdul-Samad condemning his former aide following the guilty plea. Instead, we’re treated to “faith leader” Samad “call[ing] for unity to battle ‘Islamophobia.'”

Although his former aide pleaded guilty on Dec. 16, Samad hasn't said a word about it since then on his Facebook page and Twitter feed, or on the newsletter he released the day after the plea. That’s curious, since he had no problem claiming his share of the spotlight when he thought he had a grievance to exploit:

McRae is scheduled for sentencing in March. And while another ongoing story appears unrelated, it will be interesting to see if he serves less time than Oregon ranchers Dwight and Steven Hammond, who were “accused … of being ‘Terrorists” under the Federal Anti terrorism Effective Death Penalty Act of 1996,’” for their wildfire containment efforts spilling over onto federal land.

Go read the Iowa Firearms Coalition report. Make sharing it far and wide today’s Five-Minute Activism project. Because if you don’t ensure this information is known, what’s certain is, the media won’t.

David Codrea in his natural habitat.

About David Codrea:

David Codrea is the winner of multiple journalist awards for investigating / defending the RKBA and a long-time gun rights advocate who defiantly challenges the folly of citizen disarmament.

He blogs at “The War on Guns: Notes from the Resistance,” and also posts on Twitter: @dcodrea and Facebook.

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trumped

How many fake hate crimes have been exposed in the last year? I have lost track!

Roin
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Roin

My first question is why was the letter “opened on the Iowa State Legislature floor during an active chamber session”? Sounds like the writer was not the only race-baiting huckster involved in this fraud. Wouldn’t mail normally be opened in the legislator’s office? This was an orchestrated stunt and it would appear that the bozo with the turtle shell on his head was complicit.

Smitty
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Smitty

The aggrieved industry will never be attacked by the mainstream media, they will always allow the initial sentiment to stand. This way their political proclivity will be on the rise. To think this is simple media bias is a mistake. The media is driving this nation to a democratic socialist conclusion. And to sidetrack the drive with facts is insane in their opinion. They are true believers and will do what is necessary to win. The liberty movement on the other hand is weak and refuses to attack with the same vigor and drive through the narrative. The Saul Alinsky… Read more »

Janek
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Janek

American ‘rule of law’ is unfortunately being replaced by ‘mob rule’. The people throwing up their hands and saying “Don’t Shoot” were the thousands of real crime victims, not these mobs of BLM agitators.

Mark
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Mark

Note the muslim scumbag wearing the goofy beany on his head. HIs hame is Ako Abdul-Samad. The news stories say he is former black panther. He is at nearly every act of violence involving inner city blacks around the city of Des Moines Iowa getting face time in front of the liberal teevee cameras. His scam is about mo money mo money for po inner city hoodrats. Any time somebody brings up the subject of responsibility and certain politically protected groups, he whines and plays the race card or the muslim card. He is currently elected to the state house… Read more »

RDNK
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RDNK

This boy be at every BLM rally too !

Henry
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Henry

What group is it again that spells the N word with an A? Yeah, that was the first big clue.

Kevin Collins
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Kevin Collins

I’m not sure what bothers me more; this lying racist asshat’s stunt, or the fact that the people of Iowa have elected a black Muslim as a state representative.

Since when did Des Moines become Berkeley?

Russn8r
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Russn8r

“Mow young black men ! Know what I’m sayiiinnnnggggg ??”

Is that supposed to be fuuunnnnyyyyy ??

Farmer
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Farmer

can’t even understand the gibberish …

TEX
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TEX

Mow young black men ! Know what I’m sayiiinnnnggggg ??