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Right-Wing Lawyer Calls For War On ‘Blue State Liberals’ In Violent Online Manifesto

You’ve probably never heard of Kurt Schlichter, in part because he’s mostly insignificant and unknown outside of the extreme right-wing echo chamber he’s a part of.

Schlichter calls himself a “successful trial lawyer,” but he also writes for the right-wing website, which features headlines calling Vice President Kamala Harris “b****y” and titles like this: “This Is 1938: First, They Came for the Unvaccinated.”

According to Schlichter, the time has come for war between the right and the left in the United States, and he was kind enough to spell out his evil thoughts in a Twitter screed/manifesto that should get him banned from the social media platform, but probably won’t. (Feel free to report him to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey; I did.)

Schlichter begins with a declaration of war:

Evangelical Marxists? I could have sworn I was just a liberal Democrat, but apparently I’m a Marxist who wants to convert others by using Das Kapital as my Bible.

But Schlichter is just getting warmed up. He continues and gets more deranged with each post:

Rather than using logic and facts, Schlichter concludes his little manifesto with a third-grade denouement:

Oh wow! “They” started it. We started it by daring to be open-minded, educated, and accepting of others with one exception: We refuse to tolerate the intolerant assholes who populate the Party of Trump and think the United States should be a white homeland of white, Anglo-Saxon Christians. The American Fourth Reich is what Schlichter and his ilk want to see take place here in the United States.

Sorry, Kurt, but you can fuck right off. If you want to declare war on the majority of Americans, we’re going to stand up and make sure you know that you’re outnumbered.


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Right-Wing Group Surveilled FBI Agents In An Attempt To ‘Discredit’ Trump’s Critics: Report

In an attempt to discredit anyone who dared to criticize failed, one-term former President Donald Trump while he was still in office, a right-wing group went so far as to conduct surveillance of the FBI.

A chilling report from the New York Times details how a group of conservative activists coordinated with a former British spy in a project designed to destroy those who disagreed with Trump in any manner whatsoever:

“The campaign included a planned sting operation against Mr. Trump’s national security adviser at the time, H.R. McMaster, and secret surveillance operations against F.B.I. employees, aimed at exposing anti-Trump sentiment in the bureau’s ranks.

“The operations against the F.B.I., run by the conservative group Project Veritas, were conducted from a large home in the Georgetown section of Washington that rented for $10,000 per month. Female undercover operatives arranged dates with the F.B.I. employees with the aim of secretly recording them making disparaging comments about Mr. Trump.”

The former British spy is a man named Richard Seddon. He was recruited in 2016 by defense contractor Erik Prince (brother of former Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos) to “train” Project Veritas operatives who were sent out to infiltrate trade unions, the campaigns of Democrats running for Congress, and other pinpointed targets.

One of the highest-profile people that Project Veritas targeted was then-national security adviser H.R. McMaster, a retired United States Army Lieutenant General and true American hero. But to those loyal to Trump, McMaster was seen as a traitor:

“The scheme against Mr. McMaster, revealed in interviews and documents, was one of the most brazen operations of the campaign. It involved a plan to hire a woman armed with a hidden camera to capture Mr. McMaster making inappropriate remarks that his opponents could use as leverage to get him ousted as national security adviser.”

Though the right-wing operatives abandoned their efforts against McMaster in March of 2018, those who had been targeting him got exactly what they wanted when McMaster resigned that same month because Trump had reportedly grown tired of the former general and was on the verge of dismissing him from his post, which is one of the most important in the entire cabinet.

However, the effort to target FBI employees could be what eventually winds up resulting in criminal charges against the conservatives that ran the plot, which is terrifying in both its scope and intent:

“The plan was simple: Use undercover operatives to entrap F.B.I. employees and other government officials who could be publicly exposed as opposing Mr. Trump.

“Project Veritas operatives created fake profiles on dating apps to lure the F.B.I. employees, according to two former Project Veritas employees and a screenshot of one of the accounts. They arranged to meet and arrived with a hidden camera and microphone.”

Did those operatives have any sort of warrant giving them the right to surveil FBI employees, who are charged with protecting the nation from criminal organizations, terrorists, and other unsavory characters who wish to harm the United States? They didn’t, and that could serve as damaging evidence if used by federal prosecutors who may well seek indictments against those who participated in the scheme.

One of the main features of both Donald Trump and his followers is paranoia. They believe everyone is out to get them because they’re too damn self-absorbed and clueless to realize they’re the source of their own problems and the cause of their eventual downfall. No wonder they always get caught red-handed.


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Some Right-Wing Extremist Groups Are Now Calling For Trump’s ‘Arrest’ And ‘Execution’

Seven months ago, extremist demonstrators were only too happy to display their undying loyalty to Donald Trump by marching on the U.S. Capitol and storming the building, which led to the deaths of five people, including a police officer.

Now, however, some of those same once-loyal Trump worshipers are calling the president a “coward” and insisting that he either needs to be arrested or executed, according to a report from Jesselyn Cook of HuffPost:

“In online havens for MAGA extremists, including Gab, CloutHub, MeWe, Telegram and far-right message boards such as 8kun, the tone toward Trump is shifting. HuffPost reviewed thousands of messages across these platforms and found that a growing minority of the president’s once-devout backers are now denouncing him and rejecting his recent pleas for peace. Some have called for his arrest or execution, labelling him a ‘traitor’ and a ‘coward.’ Alarmingly, many of those who are irate about Biden’s supposed electoral theft are still plotting to forcibly prevent him from taking office – with or without Trump’s help.”

What led to the shift in opinion among the extremists who have supported Trump since he first labeled Mexican immigrants as “rapists”? Apparently it was the video the president made in which he called for a peaceful transfer of power and an end to the violence that had taken place at the Capitol.

“’So he basically just sold out the patriots who got rounded up for him,’ one person wrote in a 15,000-member pro-Trump Telegram group. ‘Just wow.’

“’We don’t follow you,’ another Telegram user wrote, addressing Trump, after the president put out his video urging calm and order. ‘Be quiet and get out of our way.'”

There have also been messages such as this one:

On other forums, there are calls to “burn down” the Capitol and “pop some libtards”:

“WHATEVER IT TAKES!!” Some posts are more specific:“Civil War is here. Group up locally. Take out the News stations,” one person declared. “LET’S HANG THEM ALL,” another implored. “LET’S FINISH THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY.”

The Boogaloo Boys, a far-right extremist group that openly advocates for civil war, have also issued a call to arms:

“Theres a war coming, and cowering in your home [while] real patriots march with rifles … will make you a traitor,” commented a member of an encrypted Boogaloo chat.

Other postings are aimed directly at Trump, and suggest that he too may be a part of the problem that the extremists call for neutralizing:

Among the recent messages excoriating Trump in dedicated pro-Trump networks: “tbh I hope they hang Trump at this point”; “He deserves what’s coming to him”; “he is literally done he will die in jail”; “Seriously hoping they’ll lock him up or lynch [him]”; “Guy is the biggest cuck ever at this point” “Can’t wait til the left locks up his bitch ass. Rot in prison.” Several people have proclaimed that at this point, Trump can only redeem himself by declaring martial law to maintain power by force.

Clearly, and that could well wind up being a direct threat to him and anyone associated with his administration. But the only person to blame for what’s become of some of his former acolytes is the man-child Trump sees whenever he looks in the mirror.


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Right-Wing Nutjobs Claim Bill Gates Will Put The ‘Mark Of The Beast’ Into COVID-19 Vaccines

The Trump administration has repeatedly said they hope to have a vaccine for the novel coronavirus by the end of the year, going to far as to place senior White House advisor Jared Kushner to head up the vaccine program, even though he has no medical training or experience and a enormous failure as a businessman, much like his more famous father-in-law.

But even if there is a vaccine within before the end of 2020, many of Trump’s staunchest supporters are declaring they won’t accept an immunization because they’re certain Microsoft founder Bill Gates plans to implant the shots with the Biblical “mark of the beast,” according to Patheos:

“Early in the pandemic, right-wing pastor Curt Landry urged his followers to avoid any hypothetical future COVID-19 vaccinations, claiming such avoidance would protect them from receiving the Mark. And the late Louisiana pastor Robbie Hampton, not long before he succumbed to COVID-19, predicted a mandatory vaccine that would inject ‘some type of chip in you and maybe even have some mood, mind-altering substances.'”

Evangelical nutjob Rick Wiles, however, was the first to link Gates to the COVID-19 vaccine:

“Wiles is the figure behind TruNews (a source of news so patently untrue — and anti-Semitic to boot — it’s been perma-banned on YouTube). He released a video in which he directly connects Bill Gates to the Antichrist and even to Satan”:

Why Bill Gates, who has given billions of his own money to benefit the health and well-being of people around the globe? Mostly because he’s smart, has criticized Donald Trump a couple of times, is a philanthropist, and doesn’t sufficiently genuflect when the name of “God” is mentioned. In other words, Gates has a brain, and that’s the most dangerous thing imaginable to a right-winger.

Also, Gates recently made a suggestion of how it might be possible to keep the U.S. economy running despite the lockdowns taking place across the nation:

“Eventually we will have some digital certificates to show who has recovered or been tested recently or when we have a vaccine who has received it.”

But the evangelical extremist Bible-thumpers heard that and started thinking Gates must be the devil. If that was the case, wouldn’t his company be named Microsatan or Mephistosoft?

If people like Rick Wiles don’t want to take the coronavirus vaccine when it’s available, we should welcome it. Natural selection will take care of the rest.

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Trump Supporting Ex-Sheriff Reveals Disturbing Fantasies About Joe Biden In Horrifying Rape Tweet

You’ve probably seen former Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke during one of his many appearances on Fox “News,” gruffly suggesting that Donald Trump is the savior of America and that anyone who disagrees with him should be taken out and beaten within an inch of their life.

Clarke, in an effort to remain the tiniest bit relevant, just had to comment on remarks made for former Vice President Joe Biden regarding the predatory behavior of Donald Trump toward women. Specifically, Biden told students at the University of Miami:

“A guy who ended up becoming our national leader said, I can grab a woman anywhere and she likes it.’ They asked me if I’d like to debate this gentleman, and I said ‘no.’ I said, ‘If we were in high school, I’d take him behind the gym and beat the hell out of him.’

“I’ve been in a lot of locker rooms my whole life. I’m a pretty damn good athlete. Any guy that talked that way was usually the fattest, ugliest S.O.B. in the room.”

Fat and ugly? Yep, that’s a perfectly accurate description of Donald Trump.

But Clarke decided to take what Biden said and twist it into something that’s downright perverted:

Karma paid a visit to Clarke in the form of comments from others on social media:

Ever notice that those who support Donald Trump most fervently are not quite right in the head? David Clarke is all that and a bag of lugnuts to boot.