I would love to see the state have jurisdiction over (public lands) someday right now we dont, Maloy, the GOP candidate in Utahs special congressional election, said in an interview.
By Emily Anderson Stern and Bryan Schott | Oct. 22, 2023, 6:00 a.m.
On the campaign trail, the Republican has frequently highlighted the issue of public lands. Like some other Republican politicians in Western states and her Bundy relatives Maloy believes individual states, not the federal government, should have jurisdiction over those lands.
The Bundys views are widely considered extreme by expert organizations like the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the Southern Poverty Law Center.
Cliven Bundy is her uncle and Ammon Bundy is her cousin. There appear to be very close ties among them although Ammon has endorsed another candidate in the primary for the same seat.
Here we go again...
A newly obtained declassified report prepared for the director of national intelligence by a panel of experts appears to show conclusively that "Havana syndrome" a cluster of unexplained symptoms experienced by diplomats and government personnel abroad is not a naturally occurring health problem. It does not reach any conclusions about who or what may be responsible, but suggests that an unknown device or weapon using "pulsed electromagnetic energy" remains a plausible explanation.
The document was declassified after the James Madison Project, a nonprofit dedicated to reducing government secrecy, sued to obtain further information on "Anomalous Health Incidents" or AHIs, the official term used to designate the syndrome.
"The U.S. government is covering up evidence as to what AHIs are," said James Madison Project attorney Mark Zaid, who also represents a number of Havana syndrome patients. "This report differs from the summary released earlier this month and previous statements from the intelligence community. It is becoming apparent that these events were perpetrated either by foreign actors, or it is an experiment gone horribly wrong."
Further: The report says that electronic devices are far more likely to cause the effects and are a plausible cause.
So the cause is something NO ONE, especially our own Intel Services, wants to admit exists and has these side effects. We don't need Orlon's magic chipset under our skin because the external listening tools already exist?
It seems there is a RW plan to do events like this all over the northwest.
I suspect the timing may have to do with the fact that this week Missoula is celebrating the history and contributions of the Buffalo Soldiers who were stationed in the area and are significant to the settling of this region.
David Erickson for The Missoulian Jun 13, 2022
Miri Cypers, the regional director for the Anti-Defamation Leagues Pacific Northwest office, said the organization has been tracking National Socialist Movement posts and became aware a few weeks ago about some sort of gathering planned in Missoula for June 18. The ADLs Center on Extremism is a group of experts that tracks and investigates extremist activities on certain platforms, Cypers explained. They found out that the National Socialist Movement is planning a specific event in Missoula on June 18, which is coinciding with a white lives matter June day of activism.
The Missoula County commissioners, the office of Missoula mayor John Engen, the Montana Human Rights Network, the Missoula Har Shalom Jewish congregation and the Missoula Police Department are all tracking rumors of the gathering.
Someone in the MSM is paying attention...I wonder who else will wake up?
(CNN)Today's Republican Party is building a political bomb -- and the ingredients for the explosive concoction are being mixed before our eyes. When it all blows up -- and it will, unless the party changes course soon -- the result will be not just rhetorical extremism but could well include real violence.
Frida Ghitis CNN Opinion 5/29/2021
If you thought the events of Jan. 6 were shocking, what comes next could be far worse.
A chilling new poll by PRRI, the Public Religion Research Institute, found that nearly one in four Republicans (that's tens of millions of people) believe the QAnon mythology that "the government, media, and financial worlds in the US are controlled by a group of Satan-worshipping pedophiles." You might just shake your head and laugh at this nonsense, except that that they also believe that "because things have gotten so far off track, true American patriots may have to resort to violence in order to save our country."
This is no fringe cult. The number of people believing these and other outlandish QAnon conspiracies is enormous. There is a current of poison circulating in American society, threatening its cohesiveness and its social and political order. "If it were a religion," according to PRRI founder Robby Jones, "it would be as big as all white evangelicals Protestants, or all white mainline Protestants."
Poll after poll has also found that a majority of Republicans, 61% according to the latest from Reuters/Ipsos, believe the election was stolen from former President Donald Trump.
Inspiring these legions to keep their weapons handy for political purposes are the likes of Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz, who has taken to campaigning with that other GOP "luminary," Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene. During a joint appearance with Greene in Georgia on Thursday, Gaetz declared that the Second Amendment is "not about hunting." Instead, he said, it's about "the ability to maintain an armed rebellion against the government if that becomes necessary."
---Then they are told by Republican outrage peddlers that the US Constitution protects their right to own firearms for the purpose of rising up against the government. And then -- the match to start lighting the fuse -- they are told that Democrats are similar to Nazis.
If that's not the recipe for disaster -- not just for Republicans but for the entire country -- tell me what it is.
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Congress and the MSM bury the story again!
It seems BLM protesters are far more threatening that an armed white lynch mob.
Why didn't Capitol Police leaders take the threat seriously? The answer is obvious, but media won't say so
By DAN FROOMKIN FEBRUARY 24, 2021 12:00AM (UTC)
Steven Sund, the disgraced former chief of the U.S. Capitol Police Department, was explicitly warned in a Jan. 3 memo from his own intelligence unit that thousands of desperate, violence-prone Trump supporters were planning to target Congress on Jan. 6, encouraged by the president himself.
The memo didn't really say much more than was already obvious to anyone paying attention, but it was authoritative, detailed and, of course, prescient.Sund waved it off. He didn't bother to share it with the rank and file. He didn't equip his frontline officers with tear gas, or other non-lethal crowd-control weapons, or riot gear. Instead, he sent them out in street uniforms to man barricades made of bike racks, and get the shit beaten out of them. One officer died, and many others were injured. He let the Capitol fall to a mob.
But in his first public comments on Tuesday, Sund had the breathtaking gall to blame the breach of the Capitol not on his own poor decision-making, but on a "clear lack of accurate and complete intelligence across several federal agencies."
And the pathetic, credulous, ill-informed senators to whom he was testifying lapped it up. They focused relentlessly on one minor data point a Feb. 5 report from the FBI's Norfolk field office, which described a single thread from a message board that called for war and included a map of the Capitol's tunnels.
But take a few moments to read this one "redacted" excerpt from the internal Jan. 3 memo that the Post made public. Sund's excuses fall apart. (The public really needs to see the full, unredacted memo, by the way.)Due to the tense political environment following the 2020 election, the threat of disruptive actions or violence cannot be ruled out. Supporters of the current president see January 6, 2021, as the last opportunity to overturn the results of the presidential election. This sense of desperation and disappointment may lead to more of an incentive to become violent. Unlike previous post-election protests, the targets of the pro-Trump supporters are not necessarily the counter-protesters as they were previously, but rather Congress itself is the target on the 6th. As outlined above, there has been a worrisome call for protesters to come to these events armed and there is the possibility that protesters may be inclined to become violent. Further, unlike the events on November 14, 2020, and December 12, 2020, there are several more protests scheduled on January 6, 2021, and the majority of them will be on Capitol grounds. The two protests expected to [be] the largest of the day the Women for American First protest on the Ellipse and the Stop the Steal protest in Areas 8 and 9 may draw thousands of participants and both have been promoted by President Trump himself. The Stop the Steal protest in particular does not have a permit, but several high profile speakers, including Members of Congress are expected to speak at the event. This combined with Stop the Steal's propensity to attract white supremacists, militia members, and others who actively promote violence, may lead to significantly dangerous situations for law enforcement and the general public alike.
Imagine reading that memo and failing to put your own officers on red alert; failing to prepare them to repel what seemed like an inevitable onslaught.
and the Q, and the propaganda from FOX, Newsmax, OAN, Putin, and Rupert Murdoch.
They voted to stay in step with the Dark Money Lords. They may be cowards to the Q believers, But I doubt as many are as say it. They may fear being primaried by someone more radical but the truth is they fear losing the money much more.
Trump's DC hotel is hiking prices for March 4 the day QAnon followers think the former president will be sworn in.
QAnon's most dedicated followers still believe that former President Donald Trump, who lost the 2020 presidential election, is yet to be sworn in.
March 4, 2021 is a day they have marked in their diaries, insisting that is the date when Trump will be inaugurated in Washington, DC, and, ultimately, return to power.
Coincidentally, Trump International Hotel in Washington, DC is hiking up the prices of suites around that period. The hotel, just blocks away from the White House, has almost tripled the rates for some rooms on the nights of March 3 and 4, according to Forbes.
RNC Chair Calls QAnon Beyond Fringe And Dangerous
In an interview with the Associated Press RNC Ronna McDaniel forcefully condemned the pro-Trump conspiracy theorists.
NEW YORK (AP) The head of the Republican National Committee on Wednesday declined to encourage former President Donald Trump to run for the White House in 2024, saying the GOP would stay neutral in its next presidential primary.
In an interview, RNC Chairman Ronna McDaniel also described the pro-Trump conspiracy theory group known as QAnon as dangerous.
The national GOP, under McDaniels leadership, spent the past four years almost singularly focused on Trumps 2020 reelection. But should he run again in 2024 and he has publicly and privately suggested he wants to the national party infrastructure would not support his ambitions over other prospective candidates in accordance with party rules, she said.
You want to explain your support for their ideas showing up in RNC policy? Or your support for the GOP insurrection in the House and Senate to deny the election results and overturn the will of the people?
Any way the fucking wind blows was OK by you Ronna, along with the authors and editors at QANON. Or should we ask you under oath about your take on Putin's assistance in 2016, 2018, and 2020?