Is The NSA Using A Fabricated Warrant To Illegally Spy On A Presidential Candidate
Nonpartisan Primary Candidate Chance Trahan Suspects He's Been Under Surveillance And Is Not Happy About This At All
By: Chance for President
"The warrant against me came when the state picked up a fraudulent charge for a crime I didn't commit. A landlord by the name of Latoya Holman in the Downtown Summerlin area claims that I stole an outdated IBM laptop from her when I moved out of her remodeled garage. The laptop's so old that it's green-on-green screen with a dark green background and bright green text. It isn't even worth stealing, much less useful to anyone that would steal it," the Candidate explains.
"How you can tell she was targeting me in the first place is by the way she kept calling the cops for absolutely nothing before I was even done moving out, claiming that I stole even more useless items than the laptop she's claiming I took from her. I even did a walk-through to show her where everything was after she had called the cops and then later called them off claiming that the incident was, get this, 'a false–flag.' This was a very stressful situation having to deal with the police for something she's claiming was a mistake in the first place. She was texting me rudely and claiming I stole things from her, when she had repeatedly told me to throw away everything that she had left in the room anyways," says Chance.
"This fraudulent warrant business all started when I discovered a warning online that there was to be a 'terrorist attack' on the Las Vegas Strip. The date it would happen wasn't made clear, but after I learned of this and started piecing together the reality of the claims, I had told her that she had better tell her Sheriff buddy Joe Lombardo to prevent it or I was going to run for Sheriff and put a stop to it myself. I did end up unofficially winning that election by a show of non-votes. I had moved to Juneau, Alaska to protect myself from the attack and continued to campaign for Clark County Sheriff from there even though Clark County office employees had refused to put my name on the ballot. Ever since the warrant surfaced from the false claims of felony burglary, I've noticed over time that my Android phone's been heavily monitored, both the screen visuals and the text I type," Trahan ends with.
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