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RodeoSchro

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Fat Fuck/Possible Pedophile Alex Jones Now Grouped With Domestic Terrorists



It's good to know there are SOME people at the FBI that still love America. Actually, I bet there's a lot. It's just the minions of unrepentant serial adulterer Donald J. Trump that embarrass us on a daily basis.

But today the good guys won!

The FBI's Phoenix office has published a bulletin informing decent Americans that conspiracy theorists are a domestic terrorist threat. They specifically pointed out those QAnon retards.

They also list a whole bunch of stuff associated with that fat fuck/possible pedophile Alex Jones. To wit:

Identifying conspiracy theories as a threat could be a political lightning rod, since President Trump has been accused of promulgating some of them, with his frequent references to a deep state and his praise in 2015 for Alex Jones, who runs the conspiracy site InfoWars. While the FBI intelligence bulletin does not mention Jones or InfoWars by name, it does mention some of the conspiracy theories frequently associated with the far-right radio host, in particular the concept of the New World Order.

So - that fat fuck/possible pedophile is now suspected to be a potential domestic terrorist. Fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist? That's a LOT of slashes, but he's a LOT of shit.

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The FBI for the first time has identified fringe conspiracy theories as a domestic terrorist threat, according to a previously unpublicized document obtained by Yahoo News.

The FBI intelligence bulletin from the bureau’s Phoenix field office, dated May 30, 2019, describes “conspiracy theory-driven domestic extremists,” as a growing threat, and notes that it is the first such report to do so. It lists a number of arrests, including some that haven’t been publicized, related to violent incidents motivated by fringe beliefs.

The document specifically mentions QAnon, a shadowy network that believes in a deep state conspiracy against President Trump, and Pizzagate, the theory that a pedophile ring including Clinton associates was being run out of the basement of a Washington, D.C., pizza restaurant (which didn’t actually have a basement).

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Reply #1 posted 08/03/19 6:16am

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So you think people who spread conspiracy theories are dangerous and should be considered terrorists, but people who use violence to further their political agenda are not?

Yeah, that tracks.... you're against speech and for violence. Got it.

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Reply #2 posted 08/03/19 8:17am

RodeoSchro

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djThunderfunk said:

So you think people who spread conspiracy theories are dangerous and should be considered terrorists, but people who use violence to further their political agenda are not?

Yeah, that tracks.... you're against speech and for violence. Got it.



No, the FBI's Phoenix office thinks that. So you should take your third-grade generalizations and fourth-grade leaps of logic and discuss this with them.


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Reply #3 posted 08/03/19 10:11am

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RodeoSchro said:

djThunderfunk said:

So you think people who spread conspiracy theories are dangerous and should be considered terrorists, but people who use violence to further their political agenda are not?

Yeah, that tracks.... you're against speech and for violence. Got it.



No, the FBI's Phoenix office thinks that. So you should take your third-grade generalizations and fourth-grade leaps of logic and discuss this with them.



Right. That's just them, not you.

It's not like you're gleefully posting it. There's no reason to think you agree with them.

Sure...

[Edited 8/3/19 10:12am]

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Reply #4 posted 08/03/19 12:32pm

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djThunderfunk said:



RodeoSchro said:




djThunderfunk said:


So you think people who spread conspiracy theories are dangerous and should be considered terrorists, but people who use violence to further their political agenda are not?

Yeah, that tracks.... you're against speech and for violence. Got it.





No, the FBI's Phoenix office thinks that. So you should take your third-grade generalizations and fourth-grade leaps of logic and discuss this with them.





Right. That's just them, not you.

It's not like you're gleefully posting it. There's no reason to think you agree with them.

Sure...





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Oh I absolutely agree with it. But I didn’t group him with domestic terrorists. The FBI did.

How low does that fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist have to go before you quit defending him? Because I really don’t know what’s left for him. Maybe beastiality?
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Reply #5 posted 08/03/19 1:03pm

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djThunderfunk said:

So you think people who spread conspiracy theories are dangerous and should be considered terrorists, but people who use violence to further their political agenda are not?

Yeah, that tracks.... you're against speech and for violence. Got it.


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Reply #6 posted 08/03/19 1:30pm

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Another radical right-winger shot up a Walmart and killed several.

But Antifa!
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Reply #7 posted 08/03/19 1:36pm

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RodeoSchro said:

djThunderfunk said:


Right. That's just them, not you.

It's not like you're gleefully posting it. There's no reason to think you agree with them.

Sure...

[Edited 8/3/19 10:12am]

Oh I absolutely agree with it. But I didn’t group him with domestic terrorists. The FBI did. How low does that fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist have to go before you quit defending him? Because I really don’t know what’s left for him. Maybe beastiality?


Sure. As long as you're making shit up, go whole hog. Maybe he drowns puppies? I guess it's possible, I sure can't prove he doesn't. Go ahead and add that to your list. It's your fantasy. Go nuts!

I think it's all an unfounded conspiracy theory, and since you're the one pushing it, you might be the terrorist you're looking for. lol

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Reply #8 posted 08/03/19 2:01pm

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So youre suggesting there have never been any conspiracy theorist terrorists in America?
Being a real civil rights champion,
Sometimes I have to defend
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and the fakes who propagate it.

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Reply #9 posted 08/03/19 2:32pm

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cborgman said:

So youre suggesting there have never been any conspiracy theorist terrorists in America?


It’s hard to believe but apparently there’s no low that fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist Alex Jones can sink to that will cause his most hardcore supporters to abandon him.
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Reply #10 posted 08/03/19 4:56pm

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cborgman said:

So youre suggesting there have never been any conspiracy theorist terrorists in America?


I did? Huh? Didn't notice.

So, are you suggesting that people do not conspire to commit crimes every day in America?
I have a theory that they do.


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Reply #11 posted 08/03/19 5:00pm

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djThunderfunk said:



cborgman said:


So youre suggesting there have never been any conspiracy theorist terrorists in America?


I did? Huh? Didn't notice.

So, are you suggesting that people do not conspire to commit crimes every day in America?
I have a theory that they do.



Well, obviously there are tons of americans who dont conspire to commit crimes. What a silly question to ask.

Now lets talk about the numerous examples of terrorists who acted out of nonsense they read on infowars and other nutjob conspiracy sites
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Reply #12 posted 08/03/19 6:15pm

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cborgman said:

djThunderfunk said:


I did? Huh? Didn't notice.

So, are you suggesting that people do not conspire to commit crimes every day in America?
I have a theory that they do.


Well, obviously there are tons of americans who dont conspire to commit crimes. What a silly question to ask. Now lets talk about the numerous examples of terrorists who acted out of nonsense they read on infowars and other nutjob conspiracy sites


So do you want to criminalize theorizing about conspiracies, or merely hold people responsible if someone else hears the theory and it leads them to commit a crime?

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Reply #13 posted 08/03/19 9:05pm

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djThunderfunk said:

cborgman said:

djThunderfunk said: Well, obviously there are tons of americans who dont conspire to commit crimes. What a silly question to ask. Now lets talk about the numerous examples of terrorists who acted out of nonsense they read on infowars and other nutjob conspiracy sites


So do you want to criminalize theorizing about conspiracies, or merely hold people responsible if someone else hears the theory and it leads them to commit a crime?



I want to follow the lead of the FBI and treat conspiracy theorists as domestic terrorists. That's what they are, after all.

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Reply #14 posted 08/04/19 8:34am

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Hey, the QAnon retards are on it!

As you may have guessed, those imbeciles have 1,000,000 different theories as to how this is a "chess move" or a "conspiracy" or anything other than a simple statement of fact that QAnon retards and other conspiracy theorists are a domestic terrorism threat.

My favorite of all the QAnon retards is the drooler who posts that "Jill McCabe" works for the FBI's Phoenix office, and that "Jill McCabe" is Andrew McCabe's wife, and that Andrew McCabe is a traitor. What the drooling QAnon retard missed is that Andrew McCabe's wife Jill is an emergency room pediatrician.

You really can't underestimate the intelligence of conspiracy theorists. It's impossible!

If you want to laugh some more at these morons, here you go! (Just don't forget that they are potential domestic terrorists.)

https://www.wonkette.com/...ror-threat


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Reply #15 posted 08/04/19 8:55am

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Hey, the QAnon retards are on it!

As you may have guessed, those imbeciles have 1,000,000 different theories as to how this is a "chess move" or a "conspiracy" or anything other than a simple statement of fact that QAnon retards and other conspiracy theorists are a domestic terrorism threat.

My favorite of all the QAnon retards is the drooler who posts that "Jill McCabe" works for the FBI's Phoenix office, and that "Jill McCabe" is Andrew McCabe's wife, and that Andrew McCabe is a traitor. What the drooling QAnon retard missed is that Andrew McCabe's wife Jill is an emergency room pediatrician.

You really can't underestimate the intelligence of conspiracy theorists. It's impossible!

If you want to laugh some more at these morons, here you go! (Just don't forget that they are potential domestic terrorists.)

https://www.wonkette.com/...ror-threat


Hey Rodeo, I'm sure theres a video out there that proves that Jill is a pedophile that works for the FBI. It's on the same site as the one proving Hillary is running a child prostitution ring in a pizza parlor. It's real, I saw it on the internets.

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