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Daily Mail Smears America First Patriots Muzzled at TPUSA Event as ‘Holocaust Deniers’

It’s quite the claim.



The grassroots revolt against Conservative Inc. continues to pick up steam, and the establishment-right’s wing of the fake news is desperate to suppress the growing rebellion.

Following an event on Sunday on the UCLA campus featuring Charlie Kirk of Turning Point USA (TPUSA), Donald Trump Jr., and his girlfriend Kim Guilfoyle, the smear merchants of the Daily Mail called America First attendees “holocaust deniers” because they refused to be silenced by event organizers.

Here’s how the headline appears on Twitter as of publication:

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Conservative Inc. operative David Martosko, who tried and failed to become President Trump’s press secretary in late 2016, reported on how the audience revolted after the “question and answer” portion of the event was cancelled by event organizers in order to muzzle any discussion. Kirk’s recent “Culture War” events have been deluged with questions about the TPUSA founder’s support for mass immigration, the LGBT agenda, and foreign aid for Israel.

In his report, Martosko referred to the “America First” patriots in attendance “a far-right cabal,” “holocaust deniers,” “fringe white nationalists,” and “a bunch of neo-Nazis.” He provided no evidence for these claims, and did not talk to any of the attendees personally before publishing his biased judgments.

While Martosko may want to do damage control on behalf of Conservative Inc., the video of the event shows that the widespread majority of the audience, no mere fringe group, was sick of the lies and hypocrisy of their gatekeepers.

At one point, Guilfoyle – who was once married to liberal California Governor Gavin Newsome and a member of the racist, ethnosupremaicst La Raza Lawyers Association before re-inventing herself as a conservative in recent years – insulted the audience for wanting to be heard.

“You’re not making your parents proud by being rude and disruptive and discourteous,” Guilfoyle said.

“Let me tell you something,” she added. “I bet you engage and go on online dating. Because you’re impressing no one here to get a date in person.”

The clip can be seen here:

Other clips from the event show an audience of patriots who are tired of one-sided lectures featuring the same empty talking points repeated ad nauseam:

Supporters of the grassroots revolt are declaring victory after the fact, and non-biased observers made similar observations.

It is not likely that hatchet jobs created by the fake news will be be able to put down this nascent movement that is emerging as an existential threat to the supremacy of Conservative Inc. over Republican Party politics.

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CNN Stands by Fake News Hack Brian Stelter After Allegedly Breaching Confidentiality Agreement

Attorney Lin Wood is calling Stelter out.



Attorney Lin Wood, who has represented former Covington Catholic student Nick Sandmann in various defamation suits against prominent media entities, is claiming that CNN hack Brian Stelter violated his confidentiality agreement regarding the case.

CNN is not reprimanding Stelter due to his unprofessional and possibly criminal behavior, showing how the fake news company protects globalist frauds:

Big League Politics has reported on how CNN was forced to pay off Sandmann after issuing biased coverage against the student after he was accosted by a gin-soaked Indian outside of the Lincoln Memorial in 2019:

Fake news giant CNN settled the lawsuit filed against them by Covington Catholic student Nick Sandmann today for an undisclosed sum following their biased coverage against the child last year.

Sandmann’s lawsuit sought $800 million from CNN as well as the Washington Post and NBC Universal for their alleged defamation of the student following the boy’s confrontation with far-left Indian activist Nathan Phillips. The cases against the WaPo and NBC are still active.

“This case will be tried not one minute earlier or later than when it is ready,” said Sandmann’s attorney Lin Wood.

Wood also claims that Gannett, the parent company behind the Enquirer, will be slapped with a lawsuit in the days to come. He says that Sandmann continues to suffer from “emotional distress, damage to reputation and distress to his family” as a result of the mistreatment by the fake news.

Last year, the coverage of Sandmann was a galvanizing moment among the Right against the fake news and the liberal hate machine that never hesitates to destroy a young white man’s life over a pack of lies…

Sandmann’s settlement is another stain on the reputation of the fake news, and he may have more payouts to come in the near future. The smear merchants will likely have to pay dearly, as they have overstepped greatly on this hate hoax against a child.

Recently, Jeff Bezos’ Washington Post rag was forced to give a cash settlement to Sandmann as well. The fake news media is finally being compelled to pay for their unethical reporting.

Sandmann is bragging that he is not finished yet in his crusade to bring accountability to media organs that loathe patriotic Americans.

“Thanks to my family and millions of you who have stood your ground by supporting me,” Sandmann added. “I still have more to do.”

Sandmann is showing how the fake news media is vulnerable to push back. Even though CNN refuses to fire Stelter, their credibility is hemorrhaging and the market may punish them for providing misinformation for so long.

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