Now, however, as he watched the plane turn circles overhead, none of it seemed to matter. He had finally embarked on the personal project that had brought him to Bastrop to begin with: Operation Counter Jade Helm, his plan to monitor the real Jade Helm with civilian volunteers. With him at his observation post were a few key members of CJH’s Texas chapter: Eric Johnston, a retired sheriff’s deputy with a pistol on his hip; Larry Fortney, a sunburned home-improvement guy from the Fort Worth metro area; and Fortney’s wife, Mary Pat, who told me as we wilted in the heat of mid-July that she had signed up with Lanteri not because she feared, as many Texans did, that the Jade Helm troops were going to invade the Lone Star State, but rather because of some deeply felt beliefs about her freedoms as a citizen and how they might be threatened by the New World Order. … [Read more...] about Operation Counter Jade Helm: Are Rogue Militants Preparing for War on American Soil?
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By the spring of 2016, the anti-Trump forces started fighting back. Much of the pushback came in California. On April 26th, left-wing protesters scuffled with the right at a city council meeting in Anaheim; a few days later, leftists tossed eggs at Trump supporters in San Jose. Then, on June 26th, the Traditionalist Worker Party, a neo-Nazi group from Indiana, held a march in Sacramento with the Golden State Skinheads. Its stated purpose was to take a stand against the anti-Trump protests – or what the rally’s planners called the “orchestrated pogroms by Zionist agitated colored people.” A group called Antifa Sacramento organized a countermarch, arranging carpools for its members, readying medics for the injured and setting up a bail fund for those who got arrested. The neo-Nazis’ permit allowed them to march in a park outside the domed state capitol at noon. The two sides clashed almost at the moment they arrived. Within minutes, one antifa fighter was … [Read more...] about Antifa on Trial: How a College Professor Joined the Left’s Radical Ranks
When he wakes up in the morning, it is raining. Andrews arrives to fetch me for the march at 10 a.m. As I hop into his truck, he says, a little miserably, “If there’s no one there, we can all just sit around and talk about how pathetic this country is.” In the truck’s backseat is a khaki-colored AR-15 semiautomatic; it matches the one his wife had. Once we reach the park where the march is due to start, there are two old white guys under a pavilion taking shelter from the storm. One, I learn, is a 67-year-old Army vet wearing an N.R.A. cap and a Colt Commander pistol on his hip. The other is a former corporal of the artillery with an assault rifle slung across his shoulder, reading aloud from a pocket Constitution. … [Read more...] about The Oath Keeper Who Wants to Arm Black Lives Matter