A Long Island mother of three -- armed to the teeth with an assault rifle and shotgun -- was arrested for scouting out and taking pictures of an Air National Guard base in the Hamptons, authorities said.
Suffolk County Undersheriff Joseph Caracappa said Nancy Genovese, 53, of Quogue, was arrested for trespassing outside the Gabreskie Airport ANG facility Thursday night, and Homeland Security and the FBI are also investigating.
Taking a brief look at groups Genovese also aligns herself with, they don't all seem to gel with her ideological bent.
The self-described White Rose Society takes it's name from the intellectual resistance movement in Nazi Germany in the early 1940s. The webiste does contain elements that would fit into Genovese's viewpoints, but they also appear to be anti-Fox"News" at the same time.
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Genovese's MySpace blog is something to truly marvel at. From topics such as FEMA, her fear of the US Census, as well as posting videos urging military and police personel to be wary that there are going to be orders passed down for them to confiscate people's guns, there is quite the glut of insanity to pour through.
Had she not been arrested, one can only speculate on how she would have taken Becks comments that the Obama administration is using the "Cash For Clunkers" program to monitor your home computer ( will be posting more on that topic later today ).
Skimming through her Twitter timeline, it becomes clear that she follows along with the "Tea Baggery" nonsense and may be prone to fits of rage while watching TV:
Is picking up the 100 aspirin that spilled all over the floor after tossing it at the O man on TV!
10:16 AM May 21st from web
The Gov'ment has their fake "NATIONAL EMERGENCY" Enuf to gain more control over the masses enuf to remove rights CDC is not updating H1N1!
1:53 AM May 2nd from web
The TEA parties were a success!!!
7:23 PM Apr 20th from web
Other groups she aligns herself with openly advocate for the impeachment of Obama, as well as subscribe to birther, and 9/11 conspiracy theory. And, not suprisingly, two people that keep showing up in each of these groups are Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin. Glowing praise is heaped upon each of them. It's quite an interesting, yet disturbing, series of pages to read.
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