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Pelosi Attack Pinned on MAGA Without a Shred of Evidence
A prime example of speculation transformed into politically expedient fact.
Here we have a video of a “journalist” taking orders pertaining to what he can and cannot say. He is basically told to follow the narrative—the man who assaulted Paul Pelosi is a MAGA assassin.
If the information coming out is accurate—possibly confirmed by the SF cops—David DePape is a transient and nudist with mental issues. The usual suspects immediately made him out to be a MAGA zombie, minus any evidence. Twitter is now rife with unsubstantiated accusations repeated by a gaggle of blue checkers.
Rolling Stone posted an article lickety-split, not bothering to provide evidence—no link to the blog or mention that his Facebook page was taken down so we are unable to verify this irresponsible speculation a few days before the midterm elections.
At the time of his arrest on Friday, DePape, 42, maintained a subscription-model blog where he vented rage over Covid-19 precautions and espoused beliefs shared by the conspiracist QAnon movement. The page also includes dedicated sections for Holocaust denial, climate change denial, transphobia, racism, misogyny, voter fraud conspiracy theories, Second Amendment absolutism, screeds against groomers and “pedos,” and trashing actress Amber Heard, the ex-wife of Johnny Depp.
Here we have an Antifa member—a group engaged in the sort of violence DePape allegedly committed—claiming to have screenshots of the alleged attacker’s blog. The link provided indicates the page no longer exists, so we can’t fact-check. This alone throws the baseless accusation in the trash.
Here we have a blue checker widening the political divide:
No evidence or rational discussion, merely political partisanship.
I have no idea if the following is true or even remotely accurate. It was supposedly posted by The San Francisco Chronicle. I don’t do paywalls, so not sure if any of this even exists. Naturally, the Chronicle should be expected to jump on the partisan bandwagon. It’s San Francisco, after all.
Here is another blue checker going off on speculation in a fact-free vacuum. Sorry, screen captures don’t cut it. This guy works for the BBC.
Another blue checker, predictably allergic to plausible evidence. His former employers include The New York Times and Newsweek.
Blue checkers are going off all over Twitter. Here’s another baseless, easily forged screen capture that is designed to convince you the guy was a MAGA assassin. Ms. Caraballo is self-described as a “wise Latina,” a “gender tech” (whatever that is), and part of the Harvard blob:
Next, blue checker Michael Thalen, a guy I once worked with, adding to the pile of confusing, unverified, unsubstantiated nonsense passed off as evidence. His journalistic research includes the same questionable screen capture as noted above:
It looks like that Rolling Stone article is rapidly becoming a touchstone for speculation accepted as truth, for no other reason than it fits a certain inflexible political ideology. Ms. Ifill is a senior fellow at the Ford Foundation, a “philanthropic” operation used as a funding cover for the CIA:
This absurd meme—all MAGA zombies are vicious assassins—will be harped on ad nauseam until the election. It is an attempt to influence the election with misinformation and fictional stories (and all “news” stories are fictional unless definitively proven otherwise).
Both Democrats and Republicans—the corporate uniparty—habitually tell lies, make mountains out of ridiculous molehills, cravenly repeat national security state narratives, and strive to manipulate what is basically a sleepwalking public.
The message sent is crystal clear—vote for Republicans or MAGA candidates and you support domestic terrorists and assassins.
No mention of James Hodgkinson. He doesn't fit the narrative.