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Big Tech Caves to CAIR, Removes Crowdsourcing Profile of Ilhan Omar Whistle-Blower

GoFundMe has removed John Guandolo’s crowdsourcing account.

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Former FBI counter-terror specialist John Guandolo had his GoFundMe account suddenly removed earlier today, losing thousands of dollars in funds raised to fight back against a lawsuit in the home district of Congresswoman Ilhan Omar (D-MN).

“In its work to speak, teach, train, and consult about National Security Threats to the United States, Understanding the Threat (UTT) comes under significant assaults, threats, and legal action. This is a part of the war in which we are engaged,” Guandolo explained on his now defunct GoFundMe page.

Guandolo was raising funds on the popular crowdsourcing platform to fight a lawsuit filed by former Hennepin County Sheriff Richard Stanek filed against him and his organization. The lawsuit stems from an altercation that occurred in 2017 at the National Sheriff’s Conference in Reno, Nevada.

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Hoover Institution media fellow Paul Sperry broke the news today on his Twitter account:

Guandolo posted a blog on his website explaining that he believes that the Council on American Relations (CAIR), the front group that backs extremist Muslim legislators like Omar and Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), that is behind GoFundMe’s decision as the anti-American special interest group has taken a keen interest in the case.

“The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the nation’s largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization, today said it is monitoring former Minnesota Hennepin County Sheriff Rich Stanek’s $1 million civil lawsuit against anti-Muslim conspiracy theorist John Guandolo and his anti-Muslim hate group,” CAIR wrote in a press release about the case.

CAIR brags about how they convince organizations, including Sheriff’s offices and other law enforcement personnel, to ban Guandolo and his associates from educating them about the nature of Islam.

“CAIR similarly welcomed a decision by Virginia’s Amherst County Sheriff’s Office to drop an event featuring Islamophobic conspiracy theorist Chris Gaubatz. Gaubatz is a former employee of Guandolo’s anti-Muslim hate group Understanding the Threat. Gaubatz is now the President of another anti-Muslim hate group, RAIR (Resistance Against Islamic Radicals),” they wrote in their press release.

Guandolo has loss the thousands of dollars raised because of GoFundMe’s ban, and it has put his trailblazing operation to keep America vigilant in the war against radical Islam in serious jeopardy.

“Lawfare, a jihadi specialty, the use of litigation to suppress truth, has been deployed against UTT to bleed us financially and take us off mission. Matters have now come to a head, and we urgently need funding to fight off this attack—and win our countersuit to teach them a lesson,” Guandolo wrote.

He is now trying to raise $15,000 on his UTT website to cover legal fees. A pre-trial hearing is scheduled to take place tomorrow at 9:00 A.M in Dallas, TX as the civil suit gets started.

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Amazon Updates App Icon After People Complain That It Reminded Them of Adolf Hitler

The left is obsessed with Nazis.

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Amazon has changed the logo of its smartphone app after people said that it reminded them of Adolf Hitler.

The original logo (on the left in the image above) depicted a piece of blue tape above the classic smile arrow. Amazon introduced it in January to replace the image of a shopping cart.

Some people—presumably leftists, because no one else is as obsessed with Nazis as them—claimed on Twitter that the combination of the smile and the tape looked too much like Hitler’s toothbrush mustache.

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This is the second time in recent days that leftists have seen Nazi-related imagery where there is none. Over this past weekend Twitter blew up after some claimed that CPAC’s stage setup resembled the Odal rune. Aside from the ridiculousness of the idea that CPAC intentionally shaped it like the Odal rune, the rune is not a Nazi symbol per se. The Scandinavians of late antiquity and the early Middle Ages used runes as letters of their alphabet. The Odal rune only became a symbol after a couple of SS divisions appropriated it as such.

Back in June Big League Politics reported how Facebook cited “Nazi symbolism” as an excuse to justify removing Trump campaign ads that attacked Antifa:

Facebook has censored political advertisements from President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, and the Trump campaign targeting the ANTIFA domestic terrorist group.

The social media giant is claiming that the ads were guilty of “violating our policy against organized hate.” They claim that the campaign was using symbols from Nazi Germany, which is not quite accurate.

“Our policy prohibits using a banned hate group’s symbol to identify political prisoners without the context that condemns or discusses the symbol,” a spokesperson from Facebook wrote.

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However, the Trump campaign pointed out in response to the censorship that the inverted red triangle symbol is “widely used by antifa.” A fact check confirms that the Trump campaign is telling the truth about the symbol’s use.

Leftists like to condemn conservatives who dabble in “conspiracy theories” yet at the same time claim to see Nazis and Nazism everywhere they look. Very deluded behavior.

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