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The Left Is Systematically Tearing Down Conservative Based News Sources

When will those of you who rely on conservative news stand up and fight back to defend the first amendment? We all lose here.

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I hate to admit it, but Alex Jones called it.

Now, don’t get me wrong:  I am in no way endorsing every crackpot theory that the controversial pundit has laid out over the course of his career.  In fact, I probably ignore 90% of what Jones says, but when it comes to the War on Information, he seems as prescient and alert as ever.  Jones even named him entire media company InfoWars, as if to prove the point.

You see, Jones is on the receiving end of a blackballing the likes of which America never believed that they would see.  It’s a woeful misinterpretation of the First Amendment that got us here, with megalithic online corporations acting as the gatekeepers of world of digital information.  In this struggle, Jones has been banned from nearly every major platform in existence, including PayPal.

Now, as if to prove the point that Jones himself was making about the guardians of knowledge and the virtual book-burning of the liberal left, Wikipedia will no longer accept InfoWars or Breitbart as sources of information.

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Wikipedia editors voted to ban Breitbart as a source of fact in it articles. The consensus, reached late last month, agreed that the outlet “should not be used, ever, as a reference for facts, due to its unreliability.” Wikipedia editors also decided that InfoWars is a “conspiracy theorist and fake news website,” and that the “use of InfoWars as a reference should be generally prohibited.

Breitbart, a far-right conservative media website, has come under scrutiny—such as when it vehemently supported Alabama politician and alleged pedophile Roy Moore, when it shilled for scam cryptocurrencies through its newsletter, or when it fueled racist narratives about black NFL players. Wikipedians decided that because fact checkers have found much of Breitbart’s coverage to be “misleading, false or both,” they won’t abide it as a source of fact anymore.

This is absolutely a tactic that has been used repeatedly by fascist regimes in the past, and should be alarming to any American worth their weight in freedom.

While Infowars is often on the fringes of the media landscape, Breitbart has become the de facto voice for patriotic Americans who turn away from the mainstream, corporately controlled media.  By eliminating the avenues from which these ideologies can spread, Wikipedia is doing nothing less than jeopardizing the very future of liberty in our nation.

 

 

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The Fence is Back, as Capitol Prepares for ‘J6’, Ashli Babbitt Rallies

Things could get sketchy in DC this weekend.

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Washington DC will once again be filled with supporters of former President Donald Trump this weekend, as a massive rally with a few different goals comes to the capital.

Although this time, they won’t all be sporting the iconic red baseball cap – not after a missive issued by one of the event’s organizers who was aiming to help identify interlopers in the crowd.

While the event was originally touted as a way to show solidarity with those arrested during the attempted insurrection of January 6th, 2021, another group who is seeking justice for slain Trump supporter Ashli Babbitt are being described as a potential threat by authorities.

And so the Capitol Police have brought back the fence.

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Workers began installing a fence around the U.S. Capitol late on Wednesday ahead of a protest scheduled for Sept. 18, and police asked the National Guard to be ready to help with security if needed.

A large group is expected at the Capitol on Saturday to protest the arrests and criminal charges against some 600 people in connection with a Jan. 6 riot by supporters of former President Donald Trump.

The tall fence was first erected following the Jan. 6 attack on the building that houses the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives. It was dismantled in July.

There will also be plenty of boots on the ground.

The U.S. Capitol Police on Wednesday said it has asked the Pentagon to provide National Guard troops if they are needed to help with security.

“The USCP has asked the Department of Defense for the ability to receive National Guard support should the need arise on September 18,” the police department statement said.

Organizers have suggested that they are there for peaceful protests only, and that anyone attempting to create trouble is likely an extremist with the goal of casting a violent pall over the group.

Washington DC will once again be filled with supporters of former President Donald Trump this weekend, as a massive rally with a few different goals comes to the capital. Although this time, they won’t all be sporting the iconic red baseball cap – not after a missive issued by one of the event’s organizers who was aiming to help identify interlopers in the crowd. While the event was originally touted as a way to show solidarity with those arrested during the attempted insurrection of January 6th, 2021, another group who is seeking justice for slain Trump supporter Ashli Babbitt are being described as a potential threat by authorities. And so the Capitol Police have brought back the fence. Workers began installing a fence around the U.S. Capitol late on Wednesday ahead of a protest scheduled for Sept. 18, and police asked the National Guard to be ready to help with security if needed. A large group is expected at the Capitol on Saturday to protest the arrests and criminal charges against some 600 people in connection with a Jan. 6 riot by supporters of former President Donald Trump. The tall fence was first erected following the Jan. 6 attack on the building that houses the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives. It was dismantled in July. There will also be plenty of boots on the ground. The U.S. Capitol Police on Wednesday said it has asked the Pentagon to provide National Guard troops if they are needed to help with security. “The USCP has asked the Department of Defense for the ability to receive National Guard support should the need arise on September 18,” the police department statement said. Organizers have suggested that they are there for peaceful protests only, and that anyone attempting to create trouble is likely an…

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ROCKED ON THE RADIO: Roger Stone Gets Served, Live, On-The-Air

Did someone really just try to upstage Roger Stone?

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There is little doubt that Roger Stone is a showman.  He is a man who understands the importance of managing the imagery.  He’s an optics-ometrist whose work is often overshadowed by just who it’s for.

Roger Stone also really likes it when things go his way.  He’s uninterested with with spontaneity and chaos, while cultivating in outward appearance of pure disaster in order to keep his political enemies off-guard.

And, in recognizing this facet of the public character we know as Roger Stone, one law firm fired a stunning shot right into the heart of the political provocateur’s ego.

Conservative lobbyist and prominent Trump ally Roger Stone was apparently served with a lawsuit live on air during a radio interview Wednesday.

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Stone appeared to have been served with the lawsuit while speaking on “Tomorrow’s News Today with Joe Hoft & Kell Brazil.”

Stone was in the middle of weighing in on whether former President Trump should run for office again in 2024 when he interrupted himself saying, “Hold on a second, I have a process server at my front door about to serve me in the latest lawsuit.”

But, in typical Stone fashion, he was not to be seen alarmed.

He could be heard telling the process server, “It’s still a fraud, doesn’t matter.”

Once he had received the suit, Stone said to Hoft and Brazil, “This is a big, big stack of papers, which is good because we’re out of toilet paper today.”

Audio of the incident was trending on Twitter on Thursday.

Stone, for all of his faults, still will not be upstaged.

There is little doubt that Roger Stone is a showman.  He is a man who understands the importance of managing the imagery.  He’s an optics-ometrist whose work is often overshadowed by just who it’s for. Roger Stone also really likes it when things go his way.  He’s uninterested with with spontaneity and chaos, while cultivating in outward appearance of pure disaster in order to keep his political enemies off-guard. And, in recognizing this facet of the public character we know as Roger Stone, one law firm fired a stunning shot right into the heart of the political provocateur’s ego. Conservative lobbyist and prominent Trump ally Roger Stone was apparently served with a lawsuit live on air during a radio interview Wednesday. Stone appeared to have been served with the lawsuit while speaking on “Tomorrow’s News Today with Joe Hoft & Kell Brazil.” Stone was in the middle of weighing in on whether former President Trump should run for office again in 2024 when he interrupted himself saying, “Hold on a second, I have a process server at my front door about to serve me in the latest lawsuit.” But, in typical Stone fashion, he was not to be seen alarmed. He could be heard telling the process server, “It’s still a fraud, doesn’t matter.” Once he had received the suit, Stone said to Hoft and Brazil, “This is a big, big stack of papers, which is good because we’re out of toilet paper today.” Audio of the incident was trending on Twitter on Thursday. https://twitter.com/RonFilipkowski/status/1438231386654117892?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1438231386654117892%7Ctwgr%5E%7Ctwcon%5Es1_&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fthehill.com%2Fregulation%2Fcourt-battles%2F572585-roger-stone-served-with-capitol-riot-lawsuit-during-radio-interview Stone, for all of his faults, still will not be upstaged.

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