Lawsuit Filed Against Chuck C. Johnson, Jim Hoft, Paul Nehlen, Gavin McInnes and Others for Falsely Linking Michigan Men to Charlottesville Attack

Consequences for spreading malicious fake news
365Sister Inspired Revolver of Freedom
4 weeks, 1 day ago
re: #16 Backwoods_Sleuth As several people pointed out, she and her classmates are the generation that grew up in the shadow of Columbine. They've been dealing with this literally all their lives. Now, it's personal.

After last year’s white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, at which counter-protester Heather Heyer was murdered when one of the racists deliberately drove a car into a crowd, we reported that a slew of right wing sites immediately and recklessly rushed out articles identifying the wrong person as the perpetrator …

Chuck C. Johnson, seen here stalking Rep. Maxine Waters on a plane as she slept

Twitter “Verifies” Charlottesville Nazi Rally Organizer Jason Kessler

11/09/17 9:54:42 am
re: #249 Anymouse 🌹 I don't think in this era of made up Republican science we should be "skipping the part of no evidence". Regardless of the circumstance things with no evidence should be dismissed.

Video: British Journalist Gary Younge Shows How to Deal With Nazi Leader Richard Spencer

11/08/17 4:03:46 pm
re: #8 Belafon that was my thought as well. When I saw that earlier today, I thought, "isn't this the political party were the leader is sitting at the front of the conference table stroking a cat and electrocuting underlings ...
Chuck C. Johnson and Rep. Dana Rohrabacher pose in front of the Ecuadoran embassy in London. (Source: Facebook)

Trump Can’t Help It: He’s Back to Claiming “Both Sides” Were Responsible for Violence in Charlottesville

The president of the US is not a well man
9/16/17 11:54:13 am
Both sides were responsible. If antifa hadn't shown up, there would have been little to no national coverage. When they decided to hold their "peaceful" counter-protest the rioting started & it became big news. (None of this explains or excuses ...

New From Olbermann: Who’s Backing Away From Trump? Only Everyone.

Look out, it’s a stampede!
8/23/17 9:47:53 pm
re: #160 KGxvi Even though I'm 63, I'd probably take the annuity. That way I'd have a year to practice having more sums of money than I could ever spend and not risk doing something stupid out of ignorance.
Chuck C. Johnson and Rep. Dana Rohrabacher pose in front of the Ecuadoran embassy in London. (Source: Facebook)

Photo of the Day: GOP Rep. Rohrabacher Poses With Holocaust Denier Chuck C. Johnson at Assange Meeting

8/17/17 7:03:07 pm
re: #468 HappyWarrior "Bannon gives himself too much credit." He's also delusional. Racism and anti-Semitism have been persistent problems for a very long time, and if he thinks revealing a bit of info about WH strategy for dealing with North ...

GOP Rep. Dana Rohrabacher Collaborates With Holocaust-Denying White Supremacist to Meet With Julian Assange

Republican politicians who work with Holocaust deniers
179Patricia Kayden
8/17/17 1:50:34 am
re: #43 JordanRules Exactly. This a million times. No way would the police have allowed armed Black men to march around like that.

Comedians Step Up to Be America’s Moral Conscience in the Trump Era: Now It’s Jim Jefferies’ Turn

Tell ‘em, Jim
8/16/17 8:13:00 pm
re: #88 Targetpractice We have been talking about racism. It's republicans that misdirect and avoid the subject except to call others the real racists.