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Far Right Website Appears To Be Targeting Schools For Violent Attacks

Imagine you were surfing the internet and happened upon a website that promised to tell you where in your state there were schools promoting the “grooming” of children and teaching Critical Race Theory (CRT) to students.

A closer look at the website would reveal statements such as this one:

“The first step in fighting back is uncovering their crazy ideas — from Critical Race Theory to grooming toddlers with sexually explicit books. That is why we have officially launched the Woke Heat Map — an interactive tool designed to expose the insane actions of the radical Left. This map will alert Missourians of craziness happening in their own communities.”

What exactly is Liberty Alliance? As David Neiwert notes in an article posted at Daily Kos, it’s hard to tell exactly who and what is behind the group that posted the “woke heat map.”

Little is known about the Liberty Alliance’s funding. It’s registered as a social welfare organization rather than a political action committee under 501(c)(4) of the IRS code, which enables it to evade campaign-finance filing requirements.

Could such a website provide the impetus for someone looking for a reason to take up a semiautomatic weapon and let the world know they’re not going to take it anymore? That’s unclear, but it’s certainly a valid fear considering what we’ve seen fueling attacks such the ones in Buffalo and Uvalde: Internet postings that lit the fuse of hatred which eventually erupted into mass carnage and took dozens of innocent lives.

This is also part of what Chip Berlet addressed in an article he penned regarding scripted violence:

The potential for violence in a society increases when the mass media carries rhetorical vilification by high profile and respected figures who scapegoat a named ‘Other’. This dangerous ‘constitutive rhetoric’ can build an actual constituency of persons feeling threatened or displaced. Or to put it another way, when rhetorical fecal matter hits the spinning verbal blades of a bigoted demagogue’s exhortations, bad stuff happens.

Should the Woke Heat Map from Liberty Alliance be taken off the internet? Considering the open nature of the world wide web, that would be virtually impossible. And in light of the First Amendment, would such a move even pass muster with a court?

Words have power, as does propaganda. If you doubt that, consider what was done by a clubfooted loser who was a top adviser to one of the most evil men ever born. His name was Joseph Goebbels, and the words he gave Adolf Hitler to speak led to the mass murder of 11 million people.

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Anti-LGBT Attorney Says Sex Ed In Schools Is All Satan’s Fault (VIDEO)

While it’s been proven that sex education in public schools can reduce the rate of teen pregnancy, abortion, and sexually-transmitted diseases, there are still some who would have you believe that teaching young people about human reproduction is just plain evil.

Such is the case with Mary McAlister, who just so happens to be a senior attorney for the Liberty Counsel, a strident anti-LGBT group that delights in imposing their religious beliefs on others.

Appearing on the “USA Survival” program hosted by fellow right-wing wingnut Cliff Kincaid, McAlister mentioned a “Sex Ed Sit-out” being organized by another member of the extreme right wing. Kincaid began by declaring:

“They’re experimenting on our kids.”

That was all McAlister needed to go off on a rant:

“It’s evil. It’s absolutely evil. God has made us all in his image, he has set out for us rules for living that enable us to live rich and full and healthy lives and all of this that is going on now is directly aimed at tearing all of that down. Well, we know who does that. That’s the Enemy, that’s Satan and his minions.”


So God doesn’t want us to learn about our bodies or educate ourselves on one of the most basic desires of any person? That seems kinda hypocritical, even for a so-called “Christian.”

McAlister was far from finished, belching out another verbal air biscuit as she added:

“We’re in a spiritual battle. These are the principalities that have taken over and they aim at destroying our children, destroying our families and destroying our society in order to have their own rules in place, or lack of rules in place. So I do believe it very much comes from the Enemy.”

Aren’t these the same people who support the Pussy Grabber-in-Chief, Donald Trump? They certainly are, yet they can’t see the glaring dichotomy between their narrow-minded “morality” and the fact that their political savior is a perv who lusts after his own daughter when he isn’t sleeping with porn stars. No wonder so many people are turning away from their brand of “religion.”

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Trump Supporters Tell CNN Charlottesville Was A ‘Setup’ Because They Saw It On Facebook

The question is often asked: Just how much of Donald Trump’s BS do his supporters believe? Some of it? Most of it? Or all of it?

CNN put together a panel of Trump acolytes and asked them about President Trump’s response to the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville. And what they told host Alisyn Camerota should disqualify each of them from being allowed to cast a ballot.

Trumpkin L.A. Key said she thinks what happened in Virginia earlier this month was part of a grand conspiracy designed to destroy her beloved Donald:

“I think a great portion of it was a conspiracy, I think it was a setup.”

Camerota then asked:

“From whom?”


Key replied:

“I think people who want to derail our president. There were buses coming in with lots of young people, protesters, coming off the same bus — and some were wearing ‘Black Lives Matter’ and some wearing the KKK shirts. They were brought in to cause a controversy.”

Keep in mind Ms. Key wasn’t actually at the rally to see those imaginary buses, so where might she have gotten such specious information? Well, from Facebook Key and several others on the panel said. Yes, the always reliable Facebook, where no one ever posts lies or false information. One of the Trump supporters added:

“I trust Facebook more than news.”

And so we now understand completely why Trump voters are so ill-informed: They get their “news” from Facebook. Because social media is always accurate, isn’t it?


Trump supporters reveal they trust Facebook… by sarahburris

This article was originally published by the same author at LiberalAmerica

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Today’s Conspiracy Theory: RWNJs Now Saying Obama WON’T LET Trump Take Office

Even though their candidate won, even though they have control of both houses of Congress, even though everything seems to be going their way and all is coming up roses for conservatives, some on the right are floating a theory that Trump will never be allowed to take the oath of office. President Obama won’t let him!

Cue ominous music and maniacal laughter.

What will big bad President Obama do to keep Trump from raising his right hand and taking the oath with his left on a book he’s never actually read? Impose martial law!

Where, you may wonder, did this ridiculous notion come from? Well, here’s the bizarro right-winger logic involved: Those 256 executive orders Obama signed are just the warm-up act for his most dastardly one in which he declares the President-elect a threat to national security and sends out the infamous “black helicopters” to enslave us all right before he declares himself President for life.

Some of this deeply flawed theorizing goes as far back as 2012 when Texas Republican Rep. Kay Granger posted a statement on her website alleging that Obama signed an executive order declaring martial law. Then, in July 2016, a theory circulated on the internet claiming that Obama had declared America would be better off under martial law in an interview with the Washington Post. No such interview exists because it didn’t take place.

President Obama has even addressed this conspiracy theory, saying at an October campaign rally in Columbus, Ohio:

“They’ve been feeding their base all kinds of crazy for years. If somebody completely denies climate change, or is filled up with all kinds of conspiracy theories about how me and Hillary started ISIL, or that we were plotting to declare martial law and take away everybody’s guns.”

How many guns were confiscated during the eight years President Obama has been in office? Not a single one.

All of this would be laughable if the gullible fools who watch (and believe) Fox News didn’t think it was real. But they do, and apparently they’ll gobble down any pile of rancid tripe they’re served. Wonder how they’re gonna feel when Trump bends over, takes a giant dump right on top of them, laughs, and walks away as he calls them suckers. They’ll probably applaud and ask for an encore.