Matt Dolloff, Shooter in Denver Murder – Who Is He?

By Faye Higbee

The Denver police and news media have been quick to pronounce the shooter in yesterday’s murder as just a “security guard” for a local TV station. They claimed he has “no connection” to Antifa at all. But Matt Dolloff has a tattoo that says otherwise. He is a registered Democrat, supporter of Bernie Sanders. He was hired by 9News from Pinkerton – normally a reputable company. But someone failed miserably in their vetting process, or a cover up may be involved.

“We scheduled our action after learning that the militia-fascists had called a ‘patriot muster’ against the Black Lives Matter movement, anti-fascists and Marxists. That’s us — guilty as charged and happy to oblige with our presence.” Denver Communists spokesperson

Police recovered two guns at the scene, one belonging to Matt Dolloff. The other person arrested, a producer from the 9News media, was found not to be involved in the incident and released. Police say they have surveillance video of the shooting.

‘I Am White, Therefore a Racist’ Declares Liberal Professor, in Latest Proof U.S. Academics Are Fueling Racial Tensions

Robert Bridge

“As a White American, I am by definition racist,” Bucholtz says at the opening of her talk, as reported by Campus Reform. “Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. I know there is this sort of rhetoric of White people in the United States rejecting the label of racism but I think we need to acknowledge that, and do better.”

In keeping with the infectious spirit of the times, the professor went on to characterize ‘white supremacy’ in the United States as a “pandemic or… a disease,” yet minutes later in the discussion she contradicted herself, saying “white supremacy is not a disease, it is a choice … a system that White people have built in order to oppress everyone else.”

As par for course when discussing the scourge of “systemic racism” that is allegedly strangling the life out of America, little by way of evidence is required to support the claim. When Bucholtz speaks of white supremacy in the United States as a “pandemic,” she says that she is “not speaking metaphorically,” yet where exactly is the proof? Bucholtz points to “life and death issues, like Covid-19 and the appalling and ongoing acts of police violence and murder” to support this very serious assertion.

Thought Control American Style: The Social Justice Warriors Will Destroy Our Basic Freedoms

Philip Giraldi

Once upon a time it was possible to rely on much of the mainstream media to report on developments more or less objectively, relegating opinion pieces to the editorial page. But that was a long time ago. I remember moving to Washington back in 1976 after many years of New York Times and International Herald Tribune readership, when both those papers still possessed editorial integrity. My first experience of the Washington Post had my head spinning, wondering how front-page stories that allegedly reported the “news” could sink to the level of including editorialized comments from start to finish to place the story in context.

Today, Washington Post style reporting has become the norm and the New York Times, if anything, might possibly be the worst exponent of news that is actually largely unsubstantiated or at best “anonymous” opinion. In the past few weeks, stories about the often-violent social unrest that continues in numerous states have virtually disappeared from sight because the mainstream media has its version of reality, that the demonstrations are legitimate protest that seek to correct “systemic racism.” Likewise, counter-demonstrators are reflexively described as “white supremacists” so they can be dismissed as unreformable racists. Videos of rampaging mobs looting, burning and destroying while also beating and even killed innocent citizens who are trying to protect themselves and their property are not shown or written about to any real extent because such actions are being carried out by the groups that the mainstream media and its political enablers favor.


NEW: Whitmer Kidnapping Plotter Was a BLM Supporter, Media Narrative Crumbles

Posted at 12:30 pm on October 10, 2020 by Bonchie

When it was reported several days ago that a plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer was foiled by the FBI, the media kicked into high gear. They were sure the culprits were MAGA loving Trump supporters and also white supremacists. In fact, we even had some cable news analysts suggesting Trump should be charged as a co-conspirator (see Hot Take: MSNBC Analyst Wants to Charge Trump in Gov. Whitmer Kidnapping Plot)

That narrative started to fall when it was revealed one of the ringleaders not only didn’t support Trump, but that he had called the President a “tyrant” (see Narrative Fail: Turns Out the Folks Behind the Whitmer Plot Aren’t Who Dems and Media Are Painting Them As).

It turns out that anarchists have a lot more in common with the left and Antifa than they do with Trump supporters. Want more proof of that? We are now learning that another plotter was a Black Lives Matter supporter and may have been partially motivated by George Floyd’s death.

Some Facts You’re Not Hearing That Might Dampen Your Enthusiasm for a Shot of COVID-19 Vaccine

Michael Thau

In my previous column, we took a look at an alarming article by a professor of law from Stanford University that – though it appeared in the latest issue of the New England Journal of Medicine – had nothing whatsoever to do with science.

Instead, it brazenly outlined a scheme to deprive anyone refusing the impending COVID-19 vaccine of their liberty and right to work without running afoul of any “legal challenges on procedural due-process grounds” – or, as they probably like to call it at Standford’s law school, ‘that pesky Fifth Amendment.’

But even putting aside any right you may have to decide which drugs get injected into your body, it’s hard to say whether the idea of forcing us to get vaccinated for COVID-19 is more frightening or nonsensical.

On the frightening side: Two of the leading contenders in the race to produce a vaccine are using experimental technology that artificially stimulates an immune response by… hold on to your seats… genetically altering your cells with RNA from the virus so they start producing proteins from its outer shell. Though it probably won’t be described this way in any ad campaign, it’s tough to see what’s inaccurate about saying mRNA technology works by genetically modifying you into a human-coronavirus hybrid.

CONfidence game: Harris gaslights voters with pretend facts on Trump’s finances, Russia, fracking and economy to sail through debate

Kamala Harris has come a long way – if Joe Biden wins and is unable to serve a full term, she could become president of the most powerful nation on Earth – largely on her ability to look people in the eye and confidently lie.

That ability was front and center in Wednesday night’s vice presidential debate, where Harris told bold fib after fib with scarcely a blink and got little pushback from Mike Pence. In the end, she walked off relatively unscathed and, of course, won praise from her adoring mainstream media, which has always loved her more than voters.

The first egregious deception came when Harris feigned outrage over last month’s New York Times non-bombshell about President Donald Trump’s tax returns. Harris could barely contain herself waiting for friendly moderator Susan Page to spit out the rest of the question, setting up her rehearsed attack on Trump’s loans.

Just so everyone is clear, when we say in debt, it means you owe money to somebody,” Harris condescended as she accented her point by nodding her head. “And it’d be really good to know who the president of the United States, the commander in chief, owes money to because the American people have a right to know. What is influencing the president’s decisions, and is he making those decisions on the best interest of the American people, of you, or self-interest?

Turns out the government already thought of that and realized the people’s right to know. As Harris, of all people, would know, such information is publicly available at our fingertips. Holders of high office, including the president, must file annual financial disclosures, including information on their borrowings. Senators, including Harris, also have to submit such filings.


But the damage was done. People who may need help understanding the definition of debt or bounties were already convinced. Tell your story with this much confidence – with this much rhythmic hand gesturing, pleading eyes and an almost total absence of flinching – and it must be true. And if it’s not, Harris will confidently tell us in some future debate that she never said such a thing.

Michelle Obama’s Orwellian damage control for BLM is a cynical attempt to gaslight the American people into voting for Biden

RT [Micah Curtis]


Secondly, she, predictably, pulls the race card. Though I’m not the biggest fan of calls for empathy, I do think one is needed here. Imagine being a business owner in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Imagine working almost every day to make your small business a success. Then one day, a bunch of bored white kids chanting Black Lives Matter come and destroy your shop. Personally, I’m of the opinion that the hypothetical shop owner wouldn’t be too pleased. Now imagine the former First Lady telling you that you’re a racist because you’re mad about it. Doesn’t exactly sit well, does it?

As someone who is both entranced and terrified by George Orwell’s 1984, I know doublespeak when I hear it. Michelle Obama obscures the meaning of words like violence, peaceful, and protest. This is a deliberate tactic that both she and her husband have used several times in the past. It is a form of political gaslighting, intending to make the person listening question their own sanity and what they already know to be true. It is one of the dirtiest tactics that you can pull in politics, and it’s something that we shouldn’t desire to be the norm.

As Boris Johnson announces Britain’s ‘Great Reset’, were the Covid ‘conspiracy theorists’ right all along?

RT [Neil Clark]

The UK Prime Minister’s remote speech to his party conference saw him dismiss the idea of returning to normality. Is he using Covid-19 to follow the World Economic Forum’s ‘Great Reset’ agenda, as many have warned?

It’s not really about public health or a virus. They have another agenda.’ That’s what the so-called ‘conspiracy theorists’ have been saying since March, when the first British lockdowns were imposed and our lives were turned upside down.

Those ‘conspiracy theorists’ were denounced, as always, as ‘cranks’ and ‘flat-Earthers’ but here we are in October, and, let’s face it, there is absolutely no sign, despite very low numbers of deaths ‘with’ Coronavirus, that we are returning to anything like normal. In fact, in his keynote speech yesterday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson specifically ruled out a return to normal, not even with a vaccine.

After all we have been through, it isn’t enough just to go back to normal. We have lost too much. History teaches us that things of this magnitude – wars, famines, plagues, events that affect the vast bulk of humanity, as this virus has – they do not just come and go. They can be the trigger for economic and social change.”

When I heard Johnson utter those words I thought, ‘where have I heard this stuff before?’ Well, the answer is in the book ‘Covid-19: The Great Reset’ by Klaus Schwab, the executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, and Thierry Malleret. They too, like Johnson, invoked the Second World War as the trigger for fundamental changes, not only to the global order and global economy, but to society and the way human beings interact with one another. Like Johnson, they don’t want to return to normal. “Many of us are pondering when things will return to normal. The short response is never.”

History as Warfare: The ‘1619 Project’ and the Plot to Destroy the Republic

Mathew Ehret  October 4, 2020

“Repression is the only lasting philosophy. The dark deference of fear and slavery, my friend, will keep the dogs obedient to the whip, as long as this roof shuts out the sky.”

– Marquis St. Evrémonde (from Dickens’ Tale of Two Cities)

A major cultural fight has broken out between Donald Trump’s recently announced 1776 Commission and the NY Times’ 1619 Project.

While Trump’s commission designed to “promote patriotic history” naively paints over some glaring hypocrisies of American history by placing figures like Hamilton, Jackson, Jefferson and Lincoln in the same boat (thus keeping a bit too much bathwater along with the baby), it does represent an important major cultural battle over the soul of America which is now sitting precariously upon a new civil war, military coup threat and total disintegration.

In his recent Sept. 17 speech attacking the 1619 Project and announcing his 1776 Commission, Trump said quite rightfully:

“Whether it is the mob on the street, or the “cancel culture” in the boardroom, the goal is the same: to silence dissent, to scare you out of speaking the truth, and to bully Americans into abandoning their values, their heritage, and their way of life.

Twitter is Blocking Access to Off Guardian’s Content

For weeks they have been flagging all Off Guardian links with a fake “warning”, and suppressing OG in search results
Kit Knightly

Note the vague language – “potentially spammy”“could fall into”. They don’t even definitely say there is anything wrong, let alone what it actually is.

Since we can obviously rule out malicious software, phishing, spam and “violent content”, the only thing we can conclude is that we supposedly “violated” one of twitter’s rules. Since they don’t see fit to tell us which of their rules we’ve broken, let’s just inspect them all. They are right here in black and white and are fairly predictable:

  1. No child exploitation or child pornography
  2. No promotion of illegal practices
  3. No violence or promotion of violence
  4. No hate speech or threats
  5. No posting private information without consent
  6. No abuse or harassment
  7. No hacking, spam or fraud
  8. No plagiarism or copyright infringement

It’s all very basic stuff, and anyone even passingly familiar with our site could tell you we have never come close to breaking any of those rules. (We would be happy to argue this with anyone who comes forward to accuse us of anything specific).