MAGA Influencer Arrested After Bragging About Being At Capitol Riot On Social Media…

Date: August 04, 2022

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“Yet another “MAGA influencer” has been arrested for participating in the Capitol Riot, and they were busted because they decided to boast about their participation – and post videos of it – on their social media account. These might actually be some of the dumbest insurrectionists in American history, and it is almost as if they are begging to be caught at this point. Farron Cousins discusses this.

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https://www.thedailybeast.com/maga-influencer-william-kit-also-known-as-semore-views-is-charged-for-role-in-jan-6-capitol-riot

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Yet another mag influencer who allegedly we have to say allegedly, cuz they haven’t been, you know, officially convicted, allegedly participated in the capital riot arrested on Tuesday of this week because like so many of these other idiots, this person put the video of them at the capital saying some pretty, uh, profane things, which I will read in a moment. So just, you know, warning on that language coming up. But they posted their involvement on social media and considering the fact that this person, uh, by the name of William kit, who goes by the online name as Seymour views, he’s a mega influencer. He’s got 37,000 YouTube subscribers. Ooh, but he’s got 78,000, uh, Instagram followers. So that’s a pretty big Instagram, the YouTube numbers, eh, that’s fairly weak. I’m sorry. But it is. And he was actually reported to the FBI in December of last year, December of 2021, the, the friend you sent the pictures to the FBI said, Hey look, here’s my buddy.

He says he was there. There’s a couple pictures here. So you can see it. Like here he is, here’s his name? Go find him. And then I guess, you know what, uh, eight months later they FBI finally decides, all right, you know what time to go pick up this guy. But again, you didn’t even need the friend to send the info to the FBI. You didn’t need them to be the ones to send the pictures. Cuz like I said, they went on his social media page and there’s the videos like he’s literally there in the capital and here’s what he says on the video. There is a price to pay for freedom. I am see more views. He said, as he stood in front of a line of cops, we are here to die for this today.

Okay. So he talks about, you’re gonna pay a price. Uh we’re here, we’re here to die. So which implies like there’s gonna be violence and he’s in front of the cops and he gives him his name and it, it, it took you a year and a half to, uh, to go and arrest the guy. Like he, he was in front of the cops, a line of cops, not just one cop, a line of cops and he’s videotaping it. And he is like, here’s my name? And my intentions come and get me, I guess later 18, actually 19 months, 19 months until they’re like, all right, I guess we’re gonna go arrest. See more views. And you know, he’s facing a lot of charges, including entering and remaining in a restricted building as well as disorderly conduct with intent to disrupt the government and the intent, by the way to disrupt the government is one that could carry, you know, a pretty significant, uh, jail sentence with it. But I always have to point out we’re not dealing with

Smart people. In fact, I would venture to guess that there isn’t a single person that actually participated in the capital riot that should be classified as smart or as intelligent. Because again, how many of these morons have we seen get busted? Because they posted videos of themselves breaking the law online. How many have we seen busted? Because they’re sending pictures to their friends saying, Hey, look here, I am posting it on Facebook again. We’re not dealing with smart people. So how in the hell is it taking the FBI this long to go through and arrest all these idiots? Do you not have somebody at the agency whose job it is to go through social media posts, searching by keyword, looking for people talking about this, because if so, you may need to replace that person because I don’t think they know how to do a keyword search because you should have found stuff like this 18 months ago and arrested the guy and the FBI of course is still asking for people, Hey, you know, if you see something online, please do send it to us. They’ve arrested hundreds, but there’s still hundreds more out there that they have not. So I guess the message is if you see something, say something, send it to the FBI because apparently it’s out there. We just have to have the people who can go through and, and find it. Cuz apparently the FBI is just not gonna do it for us.”

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Pelosi Stuns Taiwanese Hosts With Rambling Gibberish…

Date: August 04, 2022

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“No one could have predicted for sure what would happen when House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visited Taiwan. Well, unless they were predicting that Pelosi would deliver a nonsensical word salad of a speech if given the opportunity. And that’s just what she did, waxing incomprehensibly about the concepts of liberty, security and democracy, and even dragging poor Ben Franklin into the bowl where she tossed this inscrutable word salad.
One can only imagine the struggle faced by the Chinese interpreters who sought to make sense of it all.

Jimmy and America’s comedian Kurt Metzger discuss Pelosi’s gibberish-fest while we all get to see how Kurt would look with a Pelosi-inspired hairpiece.”

Nasty Bologna is not my leader!…

This hag needs to get out of government…

…At least do us the courtesy of leaving…if not dying.

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‘Abject humiliation’ Kansas City Star editorial dances on Eric Greiten’s political grave…

Date: August 04, 2022

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“Republican donors funded an effort to sink scandal-scarred Eric Greitens’ campaign for U.S. Senate, which ended in a resounding third-place loss in the Missouri GOP primary election.

Politico reports that megadonor Rex Sinquefield and GOP strategist Johnny DeStefano helped in the effort by launching an anti-Greitens super PAC as top Republicans repeatedly pressed Donald Trump not to endorse the former Missouri governor, who resigned over a sex scandal and was later accused of child abuse by his ex-wife.

“There can be no question that Greitens’ candidacy threatened Republican control of this Senate seat,” said Peter Kinder, a former Missouri lieutenant governor. “Nominating him would have put in play a seat that Republicans absolutely shouldn’t have to worry about. There was clear need for someone to assemble the resources to tell the truth about him that had never been told.”

The super PAC aired withering ads against Greitens starting in late June as part of a year-long, behind-the-scenes effort to sink his campaign for the retiring GOP Sen. Roy Blount’s seat, which more than a dozen sources said involved some of the party’s top officials and donors.

Republican National Committee chair Ronna McDaniel repeatedly urged Trump not to endorse Greitens, including as recently as Monday, and National Republican Senatorial Committee chair Rick Scott to GOP megadonor Steve Wynn also pressed Trump to stay away from the former Navy SEAL, who had aggressively sought his endorsement.

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and former White House adviser Kellyanne Conway expressed their own concerns about Greitens, who was chased out of the governor’s mansion by allegations that he tied up, blindfolded and sexually assaulted his hairdresser, and Trump at first seemed unwilling to back him.

“You know what I call him? ‘Whips and chains,’” Trump said during one meeting with advisers last year, according to a person familiar with the gathering.

Greitens had influential backers in Trump’s orbit, including megadonor Bernie Marcus and Donald Trump Jr.’s fiancée Kimberly Guilfoyle, and the former governor appeared frequently on the “War Room” podcast hosted by former Trump strategist Steve Bannon.

Trump attempted a compromise the day before the primary by declaring his support for “Eric,” which was effectively a dual endorsement for Greitens and Eric Schmitt — each of whom claimed the endorsement was intended for themselves

But the anti-Greitens super PAC had become the highest-spending outfit in the campaign by the end of July, and that coincided with the swift collapse of his poll numbers — which saw him fall into the third place he would ultimately finish, behind Schmitt and Vicky Hartzler.

“What happened was Greitens had more of a glass jaw than a lot of people thought,” said Steven Law, who runs the Mitch McConnell-aligned super PAC Senate Leadership Fund.”

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Lawyer ‘Strongly Suspects’ White House Ordered January 6 Texts To Be Deleted…

Date: August 04, 2022

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“The Jan. 6 texts of Secret Service, Department of Homeland Security, and Pentagon officials being deleted is slammed by former chief White House ethics lawyer Richard Painter. “Not only do we have the destruction of government documents, but obstruction of justice, in not one but three government agencies. I strongly suspect that the orders for the destruction of this evidence came from the White House and perhaps from the president,” Painter tells Joy Reid. MSNBC legal analyst Charles Coleman also joins The ReidOut to discuss.”

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Text Bombshell Stuns Conspiracy Theorist Alex Jones In Trial On ‘Sick’ Sandy Hook Lies…


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Date: August 04, 2022

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“A stunning courtroom moment in Alex Jones’ defamation trial. The lawyer for Sandy Hook parents reveals in court that Jones’ lawyer accidentally sent him texts and emails from his cell phone. The bombshell twist proved Jones wasn’t telling the truth in prior statements. MSNBC’s Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber reports on this shocking moment and the high stakes in this trial. Daily Beast reporter Will Sommer joins, adding Jones “has shown on the stand to be a liar.”

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