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Mom Kicks Out White Nationalist Son After His Arrest In Pride Riot Plot: 'Pack Your Stuff And Get Out Of My House'
Coeur d'Alene Police Department

Last week, police arrested 31 people linked to the White nationalist group Patriot Front for conspiring to attack an LGBTQ+ Pride event in Couer d'Alene, Idaho.

The firearms, armor and rhetoric indicated a plan to cause violence at the annual celebration.

Luckily, they were stopped and arrested before they could attack.

However, one of the members is in even deeper water than just being arrested for accusations of domestic terrorism.

One of them is being kicked out of his house after his mother got fed up with his bigotry.

Jared Boyce, 27, was one of the members of Patriot Front arrested on Saturday. He, along with all the other members, had their bond paid for them by other White nationalists with deeper pockets.

Karen Amsden, mother of Boyce, told The Daily Beast she kicked her son out of her house after he got out of jail.

She gave an ultimatum after he announced his intent to stay with the group.

Amsden said:

“I told him, ‘Well, then you can’t live here. You can choose between Patriot Front and your family'. And he’s like, ‘Well, I can’t quit Patriot Front'.”
“I’m like, ‘Well, then you've just chosen. So pack your stuff and get out of my house'.”

According to Amsden, her son has been acting out since his father came out as gay and they got divorced.

However, things got worse when he found the racist militia group.

“He’s so misguided and bought into all their rhetoric. It just makes me sick.”

Boyce tried to convince his mother to not speak with the media or FBI about him or his group, but she refused.

Instead, she plans the opposite.

“I would love to do whatever I can to out him so that he can’t be a part of it.”
“And that they don’t want him to be a part of their group because his mom has loose lips and a big mouth and he’s never going to get away with anything.”

Boyce’s mother is handling this well, even if Boyce himself is not.

Boyce, along with the rest of his group, face charges of conspiracy to riot.

All the members of the group have been released on the bond paid for by an anonymous source.