An infamous propagandist became unhinged and threaten to violently assault a person who called him “Fredo.” In a video, which surfaced Monday evening, the CNN anchor is seen flipping out in a profanity-laced tirade against an individual who referred to him by a nickname popularized by Breitbart News’s John Nolte.
Whenever a tragic act of violence makes national headlines, the calls to give up more of our freedoms and liberties in exchange for the promise of increased security become deafening. But if we take another step toward becoming an authoritarian society every time something horrible happens, eventually we won’t have any of the basic liberties and freedoms that previous generations of Americans fought so hard to secure for us.
It has been a seemingly quiet summer in America so far, but meanwhile, we are witnessing major developments on the other side of the globe that could change everything. We are so close to war, and yet most people have absolutely no idea what is happening. In fact, if you showed most Americans a blank map of the world, they couldn’t even pick out Iran, Hong Kong or North Korea.
A source has told Breitbart News that Antifa accounts on Twitter don’t violate the social media giant’s rules, all while conservatives are being systematically censored and banned from the platform. Although this should come as a surprise to no one, every single person should be concerned that big tech companies are choosing political sides rather than allowing free speech.
The ultra-violent far left is at it again, and this time, they are plotting an acid attack on a free speech rally in Washington D.C. A left-wing agitator using the artwork and a pseudonym associated with a Rolling Stone and Playboy journalist has made serious threats to use muriatic acid on conservatives at the upcoming Demand Free Speech rally on July 6.
Ammoland recently ran an article by a fake prepper group that claims you don’t need to stockpile ammo since you can’t fight a national military invasion anyway. The group — which is obviously a front run by the anti-American intelligence community — claims to cite scientific evidence that “proves” you don’t need to stockpile ammo. Among this sketchy evidence is the claim that police officers in New York City “fire an average of only two point nine shots per [shooting] incident.”