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Manhunt for nut who’s armed, sent 160-page manifesto to Trump: ‘Y’all have no idea what’s about to happen’

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A manhunt is underway for a Wisconsin man who stole a large cache of firearms and mailed an anti-government manifesto to President Donald Trump.

Joseph A. Jakubowski has more than 150 law enforcement officers on his trail after he stole 16 high-caliber rifles and handguns from the Armageddon Gun Shop in Janesville, Wisconsin on Tuesday, NBC News reported.

Authorities released a video they said was posted to Facebook by Jakubowski mailing the anti-government manifesto to the president.

The man filming the video frighteningly said, “Y’all have no idea what’s about to happen.”

“You’ll never forget this face, ever,” the cameraman said as Jakubowski stamped the envelope.

“Revolution!” Jakubowski exclaimed as he mailed the manifesto. “It’s time for change.”

Jakubowski has had run-ins with the law before and served time in prison.

“There was one specific case where he attempted to disarm a police officer,” Janesville Police Chief David Moore said at a news conference on Friday. “Were it not for the very secure holster of this police officer, he would have certainly disarmed that police officer. And for that crime, (he) was sent to prison.”

Police said the 160-page manifesto contained rants that included “personal angst against anything other than natural law or rule.”

“This manifesto has been evaluated by experts within the FBI behavioral analysis unit to better understand his mindset and locate leads or evidence,” Rock County Sheriff Robert Spoden said. “All technological resources are currently being exploited and used in this endeavor after this individual.”

Spoden said that a friend of the suspect told authorities that Jakubowski was angered by national politics and “recently verbalized a plan to steal guns and use them in an unspecified attack.”

On Tuesday police found Jakubowski’s car on fire not far from where the gun store theft took place, according to NBC News.

Police advised schools to consider closing on Monday if the suspect is not apprehended by then.

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