Last Updated on August 18, 2023
A foreign leftist has been sentenced to 22 years in prison for the attempted assassination of 45th President Donald J. Trump, to whom she mailed ricin before she was arrested while crossing into the United States from Canada with an arsenal of weapons.
Pascale Cecile Veronique Ferrier, a dual citizen of France and Canada, mailed homemade ricin to 45th President Trump. The letter was intercepted at a mail screening facility before it could actually make its way to the White House, along with eight more that Ferrier sought to mail to a group of Texas law enforcement officials.
Ricin, a highly-lethal poison, has been used in multiple past assassinations and has no antidote.
Shortly after mailing the letters, Ferrier was apprehended when she attempted to cross into the United States from Canada, and at the time, was carrying a small arsenal of weapons.
Notably, American corporate media has minimized the ricin letter story and has refused to call Ferrier’s actions a politically-motivated assassination attempt against a then-sitting US President.
Ferrier pleaded guilty on January 25th, 2023 to biological weapons charges and was recently sentenced to nearly 22 years in federal prison. After her sentence is up, Ferrier will be deported from the United States and barred from entering the country ever again. She will also be held to supervised release standards for the rest of her life.
The foreign leftist showed no remorse in court at sentencing, claiming that she’s an “activist, not a terrorist” and that her only regret is that she wasn’t actually able to kill President Trump.
“I consider myself to be an activist, not a terrorist,” Ferrier said. “Activists are constructive, terrorists are destructive.”
“The only regret I have is that it didn’t work and that I couldn’t stop Trump,” Ferrier told the court.
Pascale Cecile Veronique Ferrier isn’t the only radical who’s attempted to poison and murder President Trump and other high-level American Patriots.
In addition to other instances that have played out over the past several years, just over a month ago, multiple envelopes full of a “mysterious white powder” were intercepted, en route to President Trump, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, and a multitude of conservative legislators from Kansas.
Much like the Ferrier case, corporate media largely ignored the story and refused to discuss the fact that left-wing biological assassination and terror attempts against President Trump and other Americans are becoming commonplace in the current political environment.