The fake news media is promoting the curious story of Alicia Olive, a woman who claims she survived the mass shooting at the Route 91 Music Festival in Las Vegas in 2017 only to find herself under fire once again at the Gilroy Garlic Festival tragedy last weekend.
The Tribune Media Wire is telling Olive’s story, as she claims to have recorded herself on her cell phone as she left the garlic festival amidst gunfire. She commented, “Oh man, this isn’t happening again,” in a rather cavalier manner in her video.
“I went into a really deep depression. I would go into either, it’s a bar, or just a crowded area, and something about it, I just start to panic,” she said about the trauma she experienced in Las Vegas.
Olive says attended the garlic festival with a support group of victims from the Las Vegas shooting. No details have been released to the public regarding that attack, including extensive video from inside the hotel where shooter Stephen Paddock sprayed the country music festival, in the years following the massacre.
“After the Vegas shooting, I felt like I would be there again, and it happened,” Olive said while smiling for the cameras.
“I’m angry. It makes you angry,” she added. She claims she and her friends were right near the exit of the garlic festival when they heard the gun shots.
Olive is being used by the mainstream media to promote a message of gun control, as she hopes that the 2nd Amendment of the Constitution is infringed upon to supposedly prevent more tragedies.
“We can’t tell that to the families that have lost someone to say, ‘oh well, that’s life, that’s America,’ because it’s not enough. I think it’s time to say enough is enough,” Olive said.
While it is certainly possible that Olive and her friends were incredibly unfortunate enough to be at two different mass shootings, the unlikely circumstance is fueling theories about the use of crisis actors.
This woman (and two others) survived the Las Vegas shooting AND the Gilroy shooting! No worries though, she’s taking it in stride. Actually, she seems pretty thrilled about the whole thing. ???? pic.twitter.com/ePJtDMq1z7
— TruthSeeker7 (@Prophecy_106) August 3, 2019
I have a feeling she was at a lot more of these fake shootings.
— Space Cowbos (@spacecowbos) August 3, 2019
Yeah, it’s fun these stupid #falseflags
— Roos Gartner (@RoosGartner) August 3, 2019
She appreciates the casting, it’s hard to get a role these days.
— minds.com/adamjsims Adam Sims (@adamjsims) August 4, 2019
What are those odds…? Lmfao…..fake as Obama’s birth certificate…
— Donald Sauve (@DonaldSauve1) August 4, 2019
While this speculation may seem far-fetched, gun control advocate David Hogg – an alleged victim of a school shooting in Parkland, FL – was seen in a video rehearsing lines for the CNN cameras. He also admitted that he biked to Parkland high school following the mass shooting in 2018. Hogg was also profiled by the mainstream media for a beach dispute he reportedly filmed in California in 2017.
Muslim extremists were also found training children to commit school shootings in two different compounds in New Mexico and Alabama. The New Mexico compound was mysteriously destroyed by authorities and four extremists were allowed to walk without paying bond by a district court judge.
“The defendants in this case allegedly were preparing for deadly attacks and their targets included law enforcement and military personnel, the very people who are committed to protecting all of us,” said Assistant Director McGarrity in an FBI statement. “We will continue to work with our law enforcement partners to uncover and put a stop to acts of terrorism.”
PATHETIC: Reason Magazine Calls Proud Boys ‘White Nationalist’ and Criticizes President Trump for Not Condemning Them
Reason Magazine lies again.
The smear merchants are out in full force after President Donald Trump refused to condemn the Proud Boys at the first presidential debate on Tuesday night.
The controversial clip can be seen here:
Chris Wallace: "Are you willing, tonight, to condemn white supremacists and militia groups…?"
President Trump: "Sure, I'm willing to do that…Proud Boys, stand back and stand by! But I'll tell you what…somebody's got to do something about Antifa and the left." pic.twitter.com/9gJ8qyO4hL
— CSPAN (@cspan) September 30, 2020
Although President Trump said he would disavow white supremacist groups, he would not disavow the Proud Boys, who are led by a dark-skinned Cuban man, or militia forces, who have defended property when cops were ordered not to do so in left-wing sustained riot situations.
Perhaps the most pathetic attack against President Trump comes from Reason Magazine, the globalist propaganda rag funded by the Koch network. Reason associate editor Scott Shackford lied about the Proud Boys, calling them a “white nationalist” group, and lied about President Trump, implying that he refused to disavow white supremacy, in his cheap smear piece.
“Trump still, unlike Biden, seems unable to repudiate violence from people who support him,” Shackford wrote.
Reason was immediately taken to task by their own libertarian-leaning fan base, who may not support President Trump but aren’t willing to accept blatantly false propaganda about the man.
“The Proud Boys are not “white nationalists.” Why lead with something so demonstrably untrue?” wrote commenter Geiger Goldstaedt.
“Given that they welcome people of color into their group and have zero white nationalist causes. I will take a person’s word for it whether they are white nationalist. It’s not exactly a cause that’s easy to stumble into,” wrote Ben of Houston.
“Reason’s race-baiting false witness is a sin and malignant societal cancer. They are scum,” buybuydandavis wrote.
They were similarly eviscerated on social media:
You liars https://t.co/SN4sFUkIcg
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) September 30, 2020
— James Johns (@JamesJo01090090) September 30, 2020
I was subscribed to your magazine for years…. a decade ago. My family has always been a support. I was in one of your documentaries. I am appalled at what you have become.
The downfall of Reason is worse than the downfall of the Economist.
— Frλ͎ncis ☩⚔ (bullbitcoin.com) (@francispouliot_) September 30, 2020
Look, I tend to be a supporter of your journalism, and I'm not a fan of Trump, but there is a lot factually incorrect in your statement here. I don't support them but the Proud Boys are not white nationalists. And Trump literally said he was willing to condemn white nationalists.
— 𝔑𝔢𝔷𝔞𝔩𝔥𝔲𝔞𝔩𝔦𝔵𝔱𝔩𝔞𝔫 (@Nezalhualixtlan) September 30, 2020
Ok but the question was unfairly worded. They lumped "white supremacists and militias" all together as they're the same thing.
— Spencer Morgan (@Swmorgan77) September 30, 2020
Big League Politics has reported on how Proud Boys have done nothing wrong except support Trump and defend themselves against ANTIFA terrorists. Group members have paid a steep price for their patriotic activity:
Two “Proud Boys” members were sentenced to four years in prison by a Manhattan judge on Tuesday after they defended themselves against ANTIFA terrorists who attacked a New York event featuring their leader, Gavin McInnes, over a year ago.
Big League Politics covered the scene last year when ANTIFA terrorists defaced the Metropolitan Republican Club (MET) in an attempt to threaten the organizers into canceling the event the day before it was scheduled to commence. They threatened to return and use violence if the MET went on with the event.
When the MET refused to bow to the will of the domestic terrorists, ANTIFA showed up yet again and provoked event attendees with violence…
In the aftermath, ANTIFA terrorists escaped charges while examples were made out of the Proud Boys. The fake news media invented a narrative that the Proud Boys were the provocateurs, which was seized upon by liberal city and state officials, and the result was a show trial where two Proud Boys ended up being convicted and sentenced to prison terms for self-defense.
Maxwell Hare, 27, and John Kinsman, 40, were each sentenced to four years in prison by Justice Mark Dwyer, who made clear in his remarks that his ruling was meant to send a political message.
“It’s a shame when some people jump up and down on a platform,” Dwyer said, referring to McInnes, “and their followers, their soldiers, get into trouble.”
“I’m not sure the most moral responsibility belongs to these two defendants,” he added.
Dwyer also made a thinly-veiled reference comparing the Proud Boys to Nazi streetfighters in 1930s Germany.
“I know enough about history to know what happened in Europe in the ’30s when political street brawls were allowed to go ahead,” Dwyer said during the sentencing. “We don’t want that to happen in New York.”
10 Proud Boys members were charged as a result of their response to the coordinated ANTIFA terror attack on the MET last year. Seven ended up taking plea deals while one other individual is still awaiting trial.
“This is pure clown world. The fake news is leading to real sentences,” McInnes explained in his response video to the sentencing.
President Trump showed courage by refusing to throw the Proud Boys under the bus. He should continue to reject the fake news media’s games and call out ANTIFA as the real terror threat.
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