Mueller going after Inforwars now

  • Yeah, it's just a co-incidence that all these major tech companies suddenly decided to simultaneously ban Inforwars, and it's also just happenstance that Mueller is now going after them.


    ALEX JONES RIGGED THE ELECTION !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    LOL


    The only collusion here is between Big Tech, The FBI and the Democrat Party... What a pathetic desperate move on their part.


    https://www.conservativereview…inge-conspiracy-theorist/


    Mueller clown show continues: Special counsel subpoenaed fringe conspiracy theorist


    Robert Mueller has subpoenaed Jerome Corsi, a fringe conspiracy theorist, to demand answers on the connections between former Trump confidant Roger Stone and WikiLeaks, reports Maggie Haberman of the New York Times.


    “Mr. Mueller’s team appears to be zeroing in on Mr. Stone as a possible nexus between the Trump campaign and WikiLeaks,” reports Haberman, who has in the past been described by Hillary Clinton campaign officials as a “friendly journalist” who has reliably “teed up” stories for Democrats.


    Mueller’s subpoenaing of fringe figures to testify on Russian collusion appears to confirm the reality that he is no closer to pinning down Trump-Russia fantasies than he was on day one of his investigation, which the president has taken to labeling a “witch hunt.”


    Mr. Corsi, who now works for the conspiracy website Infowars, will testify Friday before the special counsel’s grand jury, his lawyer told the New York Times. Mueller reportedly plans to ask Corsi what he knows about Trump-Russia collusion.


    The special counsel’s team has been digging into whether former Trump political adviser Roger Stone communicated with WikiLeaks — under the assumption that WikiLeaks is a front organization being controlled by the Russian government — and possibly coordinated the release of private emails that were damaging to Hillary Clinton’s presidential aspirations. Corsi is reportedly an associate of Stone’s.


    The WikiLeaks email dump proved hugely embarrassing for the Clinton machine. The emails revealed that Clinton received debate questions in advance from CNN staffer Donna Brazile, in addition to other scandals involving her family foundation and political dealings.


    In her piece, Haberman writes that Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman, John Podesta, had his private email account “hacked in 2016.” She adds that the release of Podesta’s emails occurred as Trump was facing questions about the infamous “Access Hollywood” tape. Without evidence, she leads readers to draw the conclusion that the Trump campaign had a hand in coordinating the email dump.


    Moreover, Podesta was not even “hacked.” John Podesta failed to uphold the most basic of information security protocols. The Clinton campaign chair gave away his information to a primitive spear-phishing scam, which officials have attributed to Moscow, which also targeted GOP networks and officials.


    It has been 476 days since special counsel Robert Mueller commenced his investigation into Russia’s alleged interference in the 2016 presidential elections. Mueller and his team of Democrat prosecutors appear to have interpreted their appointment from Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein as an unlimited mandate to challenge the legitimacy of the duly elected president of the United States.


    Mueller has for quite some time been trafficking in collusion conspiracy theories — many of which are sourced to the salacious, unverified, Hillary Clinton-funded political opposition research document known as the Trump-Russia dossier — so it seems a natural fit that he’s subpoenaed a conspiracy theorist to get to the bottom of his hunt for collusion.


    :buffalo

  • I am not worried.... it will take years before mule ears gets to me about my mean anti hitlery meme.


    Oh shit.... I did have a russian nurse one time.... and told the moose and squirrel thing in a public forum... fuck...


    lazs

    "Don't let it end like this. Tell them I said something."



    Pancho Villa, last words (1877 - 1923)

  • Soooo... slander is not considered free speech? but when Trump said that the left wrapped themselves in the constitution.


    No... Jones can say whatever he wants... that is protected... the article hints that if someones feelings are hurt or they don't agree then his speech is not first amendment. But they back off... because they know so long as it is just a theory or belief of his and no slander is involved................it actually is protected.


    lazs

    "Don't let it end like this. Tell them I said something."



    Pancho Villa, last words (1877 - 1923)

  • I'd love to see Jones in front of a grand jury. He'd eat them alive.

    Of all tyrannies a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It may be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies, The robber baron's cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end, for they do so with the approval of their own conscience. — C.S. Lewis

    :this

  • This is just more of the left being the arbiter of 'hate speech' or what is acceptable to say and against whom.


    lazs

    "Don't let it end like this. Tell them I said something."



    Pancho Villa, last words (1877 - 1923)

  • You still don't get it do y'all?

    He's calling up people who the left has targeted for a reason.

    He's gathering information against them while making the appearance of going after their targets.

    They're the targets of the left for a reason.

    Have a little faith.

    If her wasn't doing exactly what Trump needed him to do at this point he'd be long gone.

    Absinthe makes the tart grow fonder.


    Celebrating those happy times when the penis is an internal organ.

  • Does anyone know of a lib who's been perma-banned, or at least suspended more than once?

    The story of modern America is a person at Starbucks with AirPods in their ears and a half-eaten muffin sending a tweet from their MacBook about why America sucks.

  • its a business therefore a business decision I vote with my non participation. Additionally I heap scorn on those who do. If I see someone twittering I snicker and look down upon them, above my reading glasses down my long handsome nose.

  • Their practices can affect the election, as they're all but a monopoly

    The story of modern America is a person at Starbucks with AirPods in their ears and a half-eaten muffin sending a tweet from their MacBook about why America sucks.