Best page on the Internet when it comes to investigations

Let’s face it. Our current “free” press isn’t so free. Most people working in news actively promote various government narratives in reportage. There are some spicy stories out there though, and if you want to stay on top of investigations across the country, there’s a page I will recommend. Continue reading “Best page on the Internet when it comes to investigations”

Unrelated political crimes in two states by ‘musicians’ raise questions about motive

@DuvalGOP tweet about attacks on volunteers February 2020
Credit for photos of attack on Republican volunteers: @DuvalGOP on Twitter.

News is circulating about two unrelated crimes involving two musicians in different states. Some media allege that the burning of black churches in Louisiana and an attack on Republican volunteers in Florida were done for attention. The perception is based on the viral marketing principle—do something outrageous and publicity will follow because clickbait news will run anything these days.

One musician formerly played with a rock band. The other—the man who burned the churches—was a black metal fan and presumed performer.

What gives? Continue reading “Unrelated political crimes in two states by ‘musicians’ raise questions about motive”