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Huh? MSNBC Race Baiter Claims Fears Over Gun Control Are Like Resurgence Of KKK

If you are concerned about stricter gun laws, you’re with the Klan, apparently

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MSNBC’s Joy Reid, who analyses literally everything through her race tinted glasses, claimed Wednesday that conservatives fearing more gun control in the wake of mass shootings are akin to racists joining the KKK in the early 20th century because they feared a “black menace”.

Yes really.

In the wake of another shooting in Tulsa, Reid referred to the infamous movie Birth of a Nation, which “created a rebirth of the Klan and, of course, lynchings followed because you had this sort of depiction in the media of apocalyptic fear of this black menace.”

Reid then turned to her guest Charles Blow of the New York Times and asked him what he thought about “the fact that it’s happening again?”

Huh?

Blow responded by claiming “the NRA has figured out that this works, and there’s a blood pact between the Republican Party, the NRA,” further claiming that the NRA “create[s] menaces out of everything.”

While Blow continued to shovel dirt on the NRA, Reid continued her blathering about everything in history being about racism, stating “then you had Nixon who said oh you know what? We’re going to demonize the hippies and the black and brown people with this war on drugs, but it was great politics to get more people to vote.”

What?

Meanwhile, Joe Biden is literally saying he is going to push executive actions on gun control.

Somehow, if you believe that and express any form of concern you’re with the Klan now.

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    House Dems Say Gun Company Ads Emphasize Masculinity, Make Veiled References To ‘White Supremacist’ Groups

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    new report from the House Oversight Committee says that leading gunmakers use “aggressive marketing tactics” which emphasize masculinity, and make ‘veiled references’ to white supremacist groups “like the Boogaloo Bois” (which isn’t a ‘far-right’ group at all) in order to sell guns. In short, a massive gaslighting campaign.

    The business practices of these gun manufacturers are deeply disturbing, exploitative, and reckless,” said Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY), who chairs the committee.

    “The [gun] industry is both creating these customers and marketing to them. And therefore, it’s propagating more of this radicalization,” said Ryan Busse, a former firearms executive who has flipped to anti-gun, and testified before the House committee last week about “the dangerous ways that AR-15s are intertwined with political radicalization.”

    According to Busse, the gunmakers are targeting “this angry, young male, politically active, conservative, aggrieved, dreams of using the AR-15 to ‘make things right in the world,” adding “In other words– people who also fall right into domestic terror groups and radicalization and everything else.”

    Yikes.

    About those “Boogaloo Bois…”

    As Insider reports:

    Some gunmakers have also appeared to make references to far-right groups.

    One example of this political targeting is an AK-47-style pistol, produced by Palmetto State Armory, which is adorned with a pattern resembling the signature Hawaiian shirts worn by the Boogaloo Bois far-right extremist group.

    Except, the “Boogaloo Bois” support BLM and don’t like Donald Trump. Swing-and-a-miss, Dems.

    Meanwhile, the Democratic committee report knocked gunmakers for ‘preying on masculinity’ by claiming that their firearms will put people “at the top of the testosterone food chain.”

    An example of this is the “Man Card” campaign that AR-15 maker Bushmaster launched in 2010, which marketed its guns to a “Man’s Man” in a “world of rapidly depleting testosterone.”

    Although the campaign ceased after the Sandy Hook massacre in 2012 where the 20-year-old gunmanwho killed 26, including 20 children aged six and seven, was aremd with a Bushmaster XM15-E2S rifle , its successes set an example for other gunmakers to follow, Busse wrote in The Atlantic. -Insider

    There are around 19.8 million AR-15 style rifles officially in circulation in the US.

    This article was originally published at Zero Hedge

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    Video: Ted Cruz Questions Clueless FBI Director On ‘Nonsensical’ Document Claiming Patriotic Symbols Are Extremist

    “You don’t include things like Antifa, you don’t include things like Black Lives Matter. Instead, you identify patriotic Americans as a suspect.”

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    Senator Ted Cruz grilled FBI director Christopher Wray Thursday over a recent FBI training document that listed patriotic imagery such as the Gadsden Flag, the Liberty Tree, and the Betsy Ross Flag as ‘extremist’ indicators.

    Wray claimed he had no knowledge of the document which Project Veritas revealed cites symbols, phrases, images, events, and individuals that agents should flag when trying to identify potential “Militia Violent Extremists” (MVEs).

    Cruz told Wray that the revelations are one example of how the FBI has been “weaponized and politicized” to label everyday Americans as “Anti-Government or Anti-Authority Violent Extremists.”

    “I will self-report right now that every day in the Senate I wear my boots that have the Gonzalez battle flag on the back of em,” Cruz said while slamming his boot on the counter and adding “What are y’all doing? This makes no sense.”

    Cruz continued, “Included on this list is the Betsy Ross flag. Now that’s fairly remarkable that the Betsy Ross flag, in the FBI’s indication, is indicative of militia violent extremism –  because among other people who have been publicly alongside the Betsy Ross flag; we have President Barack Obama, who was sworn in directly underneath two Betsy Ross flags.”

    Cruz also noted that the Gadsden Flag is a symbol currently used on Virginia license plates.

    The Senator also emphasised to Wray “You don’t include things like Antifa, you don’t include things like Black Lives Matter. Instead, you identify patriotic Americans as a suspect.”

    Watch:

    Elsewhere during the hearing, Cruz got Wray to admit that the Detroit FBI Special Agent who oversaw the “absolute debacle” that was the Gretchen Whitmer kidnapping entrapment scheme is now in charge of the Washington, D.C. Office, overseeing the J6 investigation.

    Wray also came under questioning from GOP Senator Josh Hawley, who cited a whistleblower report detailing that the Biden Administration had evacuated hundreds of people from Afghanistan who were on the Pentagon’s “watch list,” including known, suspected terrorists, and resettled them in the U.S.

    The whistleblower told Hawley and Senator Ron Johnson that the White House and the DoD ordered corners to be cut, data to be deleted and did not properly vet the refugees.

    Wray stated that the FBI is trying to investigate, but he has no information as to the status of any of the cases.

    “I can’t sit here right now and say we know where all are located at any given time,” Wray stated.

    “We know that hundreds of people potentially connected to terrorism are loose in this country” owing to these actions, Hawley said.

    Comforting.

    Wray also warned that “Al-Qaeda maintains its desire to both conduct and inspire large-scale, spectacular attacks”.

    This comes at a time when the White House Coordinator for Strategic Communications at the National Security Council admits that Al Qaeda is now using Afghanistan as a “safe haven” again:

    How about them scary Gonzalez battle flags though?

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    Exclusive: The Truth About the Alex Jones Phone Records

    Emergency protective order reveals emails showing lawyers not given approval to use material in court as it would violate attorney client privilege.

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    An emergency protective order motion has been filed in the Alex Jones case relating to claims in court that lawyers had inadvertently obtained years worth of Jones’ phone records, with emails showing Plaintiffs had not been given approval to use the material in court as it would violate attorney client privilege.

    A video clip from the trial went viral yesterday showing Jones responding to the revelation by Mark Bankston that Jones’ lawyers had mistakenly sent Bankston what he described as “an entire digital copy of your entire cell phone, with every text message you’ve sent for the past two years.”

    “That is how I know you lied to me when you said you did not have text messages about Sandy Hook,” Bankston claimed.

    This was then seized upon by media outlets to suggest that some kind of Hunter Biden laptop moment had occurred, apparently miring Jones in an even deeper scandal.

    However, according to an Emergency Motion for Enforcement of Protective Order filed by Jones’ lawyers, they did not given permission for the files, which only span a 6 month period from the end of 2019 through early 2020 and do not represent “an entire digital copy” of the cellphone, to be entered into evidence in court.

    “The file transfer link, however, inadvertently gave Plaintiffs access to dozens of other folders as well, including confidential documents, such as the medical records of Sandy Hook Parents who are Plaintiffs in the Connecticut litigation and other documents subject to various privileges, including attorney-client and work product,” states the motion.

    An email shows that the issue was raised by Bankston, who told Jones’ attorneys in an email that the files contained “confidential information.”

    “My assumption is now that you did not intend to send us this? Let me know if I’m correct,” he enquired.

    Bankston was told by Jones’ attorney F. Andino Reynal to “disregard the link.”

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    “It is now apparent that Plaintiffs’ counsel did not “disregard the link”, but has reviewed and used documents he acknowledged defendants “did not intend to send” and appeared to be “work product or confidential.” Defendants, therefore, seek Emergency relief pursuant to Rule 193.3 and the Court’s Protective Order,” states the motion.

    The chunk of files were apparently sent to Bankston by a paralegal by mistake and were intended for lawyers in Connecticut representing other Sandy Hook families in separate cases, but were seized upon by Bankston and the media to suggest Jones had engaged in perjury or that he was hiding information.

    Jones responded to the controversy by asserting that he turned all his phones over to his lawyers and was merely trying to comply with discovery.

    Despite not being given permission to use the material in court, Bankston appears to have used it anyway as a PR stunt to sneak attack Jones, take him by surprise, and generate salacious media headlines.

    Jones’ lawyers are now asserting that the files should have been deleted under Texas law and that their citation in court was a clear violation of attorney client privilege.

    “On August 3, 2022, Counsel for Defendants learned, for the first time, that Bankston neither deleted nor disregarded the link sent in error. Rather, despite realizing just from “reading the directories” that they contained confidential, privileged and work product documents, he chose to violate various privileges, including the attorney-client privilege and work-product privilege, and invade third parties’ privacy by opening the individual files and reading them, subsequently knowingly using confidential information in the cross-examination of Defendant Jones,” states the motion, which can be read in full below.

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