Notes For The Autohoaxer Revolution Podcast Ep 7, 7/6/21

Capitol Cop Who Murdered Ashli Babbitt Identified as Michael Leroy Byrd –  THE FOXHOLE

“And I keep coming back to the same name. It’s neofascism. Forget Trumpism. It’s neofascism. That’s what the grassroots of the party looks like right now.” –new CNN Buzzword


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A central tenet of the movement is that the 14th Amendment, ratified in 1868, converted “sovereign citizens” into “federal citizens.” ADVERTISING This belief also goes so far as to dismiss the validity of any presidency after 1868, making Ulysses S. Grant the last valid president. The ideas are esoteric and, arguably, nonsensical. “You really feel like you’re in an Alice in Wonderland world when you start going through the ideas of the sovereign citizens,” Michael Barkun, professor emeritus of political science at Syracuse University, told Insider. “It’s like you’ve gone down some kind of rabbit hole into a parallel universe.” Some sovereign citizens also believe that an obscure law from 1871 reveals that the US has become a corporation. The District of Columbia Organic Act established a single municipal government for Washington, DC. The use of the word “corporation,” referring to an incorporated district, has led to the mistaken interpretation of this to mean that the entirety of the US became a business. “Some believe that President Joe Biden is the executive of a bankrupt corporation — the United States Inc.,

Can Disinformation Be Stopped?

Scholars’ perspectives on a pervasive new threat


4″. Social media bring to the table “a new marriage of supply and demand,” he says. “People like to be entertained. They like information that makes them feel good; they don’t like information that makes them feel bad.” Unless people have an overriding reason to overturn their own beliefs, they’re not inclined to do so. That’s true even for some of the wildest theories spouted by conspiracy-driven groups like QAnon. Baum thinks of the media’s fragmentation as gasoline: “It’s thrown on top of the fire, but it didn’t light the fire.” Though he’s not sure the current disinformation environment is the worst it’s ever been, he still believes it has created problems that need to be solved. “If Donald Trump hadn’t been pushing a rigged election,” he clarifies, “I’m pretty sure there would have been no insurrection”

“Joshua Matthew Black, a resident of Alabama, reminisced about his unlawful entry into the U.S. Capitol. Black, along with hundreds of other Trump supporters, violently stormed the Capitol building in protest of a presidential election he believed Democrats had stolen. Hours before surrendering to the FBI, Black recorded a confession where he explained, “I wanted to get inside [the Capitol] so I could plead the blood of Jesus over it. … I just felt like the spirit of God wanted me to go in the Senate room.” That Black would storm the Capitol in the belief that he was carrying out God’s will should come as no surprise to anyone who has followed the troubling relationship between white evangelical Christians and conspiracy theories over the past four years. “

“Findings by the FBI and social scientists now substantiate the view that domestic terrorists—specifically acts of violence carried out by white males—are a greater threat than actions carried out by Islamist extremists like al Qaeda or the Islamic State. “



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