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Jamie CRACKED Corne and Her 4-H Revolution Project

A big thanks to our friends over at the Chronicle.su for informing the public on the latest activities and declining sanity of the wannabe alternative media manipulator Jamie Jo Corne.

A few years ago they wrote an excellent article about her sordid past, we then  tagged teamed with them and wrote up on her attempts to use Anonymous to promote her racist populist ideals.

Altogether, this sent crazy Jamie Jo Corne packing and evicted from Anonymous and the Occupy movement.

She then flipped and showed her true colors as a birther-Islamophobe-Tea bagger  on various political forums under the alias “Twisted Gypsy”.

CrazyCorne

Simple forum posting isn’t enough for a narcissist– Jamie had to impose herself again into a new movement and she seems to have found a home with a small fringe group of  populist patriot truckers. She has PLANS and a CAPS LOCK KEY and she’s NOT AFRAID TO USE THEM!

We found this recent post on her dismal Presstorm Facebook page and it looks like her crazy has hit a whole new level:

CrazyCorneplans

Livestock in the streets of DC? Really? And then GMO seeds… and then more livestock? Oh, and there will be horses to deliver her “articles of associations”, and then more livestock and seeds! And burning things, she wants to build bonfires of Social Security cards and US currency right on Penn Ave. In the mist of all this she wants to host a BBQ and a “potluck.” At least we know what will happen to the livestock…

If she doesn’t get her temper tantrum “demands”  she is going to stamp her feet and pound her fists and MAGICALLY all the ports in the US are going to close and truckers will block all major arteries of the beltway (what again? LOL!) and then there will be MORE livestock and seeds flooding the streets and her horsemen will bring in the APOCALYPSE from her GREAT WRATH!

One has to wonder why these recent vanguardist attention whores of late like as Jamie Jo Corne and Adam Kokesh have been inflicting themselves on the public. If you observe them, both Corne and Kokesh use very similar rhetoric.  Both want to instigate people into committing grossly illegal activity in Washington DC and right into the hands of the FBI– who has their headquarters is smack-dab in the center of their planned antics. The knee jerk reaction explanation would be that we are looking at paid provocateurs, and this is quite possible and should not be discounted.  Another explanation is that we are witnessing a growing problem of mental illness in our country that is obviously not being addressed properly aside from throwing dodgy drugs at those in need of mental healthcare. Corne and Kokesh suffer from mental  illnesses and it appears to be approaching a dangerous level for them both.

Another element in this picture is the contemporary conspiracy drug culture which fosters idiotic and paranoid perceptions of reality within a small and loud fringe population, of which Kokesh and most likely Corne are a part of.

Whatever the explanation for this lunacy of self appointed violent, self absorbed “revolutionaries,” most of us can agree they are a bad joke. We can all hope that nobody will get harmed should they attempt to take their dreams of glory to the level of going postal.

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White Supremacist “Conservatives” hold Gatherings at the National Press Club and Ronald Reagan Building on 9/11 weekend in DC

Richard Spencer at the National Press Club is the organizer for the white nationalist NPI conference

9/11 weekend is already a tense weekend in the DC area, with remembrance events, fears of repeated attacks and bumped up security reminders with check points and street cops walking around the metro with shotguns.

To add to this mess, a white supremacist contingent of conservatives who often refer to themselves as “Paleo-Conservatives” attempted to galvanize support via a white nationalist political conference to build a unified base. Unlike the “Neo-Conservatives”– of whom they regard as more beholden to the evils of multi-culturalism than “true conservatives” are supposed to be– the Paleo-cons openly advocate for “white America”.

Richard Spencer was the main organizer of the event which was sponsored by the pro-white advocate group called The National Policy Institute or NPI. Spencer was recently asked to leave TakiMag over the possibility he was too racist for Taki.

The handout flier for this event was titled: “The Majority Strategy”- Why The GOP Must Win White America” and we uploaded it:

National Policy Institute- The Majority Strategy (18mb .PDF)

The speakers at this conference included the waning shock jock from Political Cesspool, James Edwards— whose persona is a cross between a backwoods used car salesman and a racist skinhead, and The American Renaissance publisher Jared Taylor.

Until recently, Taylor was the main organizer of these pro-white conferences, but recently they have been shut down by strong community opposition.

Left: Political Cesspool's James Edwards Right: American Renaissance's Jared Taylor. Both were speakers at the NPI Conference.

Mike Flugennock from Sinkers.org was also there and with his humorous style summed up the conference in his very informative video:

The events were a press conference held at the National Press Club in DC on September 9, 2011 and their conference was located at the Ronald Reagan Building in DC on September 10, 2011.

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White Nationalist Running as Tea Party Candidate for the Monongahela, WV Board Of Education

Harry Bertram's first presidential campaign was in helping racist scumbag George Wallace run for president.


Monongahela, West Virginia;- Harry Bertram is a member of the American Third Position party, a racist crew of losers we’ve covered in the past.

Much like his hatchling-nest mate Ryan J. Murdough, Bertram is attempting to slither his way into mainstream politics by appealing to the bloc of voters with whom he thinks he resonates– and he chose the Tea Baggers.

Memo: your pleas to not be viewed as racists are neutered when you not only refuse to ostracise but instead embrace and support blatant white nationalists like Harry Bertram and Ryan J. Murdough.

Here is the Jamie Kelso from the neo-Nazi forum Stormfront and White News Now announcing Bertram’s candidacy.

Please pay close attention to what’s going on in this thread: Bertram is not only running under the A3P banner, he is also the campaign manager for Ryan J. Murdough. This is a clear, documented link between not just two white nationalists, but the entire white nationalist forum, of which Bertram is a senior moderator of White News Now.

These are not specious allegations to “slander” the teabaggers, this is a clear case of teabaggers embracing white nationalists.


The thread can be found here

Bertram isn’t trying to hide his white nationalist allegiance, either– his campaign website is being hosted by and is a subdomain on American3p.org!

There is also a poorly shot and awfully edited video of Bertram “firing up a crowd” of teabaggers in West Virginia. This should speak for itself.

It doesn’t matter if a bonehead grows their hair out and puts on a suit and tie, they’re still a bonehead.

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Join the “Burn Confederate Flag Day” Movement at a 9/12 T-Bag Party!

Jesus General is one of our favorite bloggers! And he has a great idea to start fun filled opposition to the nasty t-baggers when they have their obnoxious 9/12 t-baggery event.

Burn The Confederate Flag Day

Burn the Confederate Flag Day is a protest against the right’s exploitation of racial prejudice for political gain. We urge you to burn the Confederate flag, a long-time symbol of racial hatred, on Sept 12, the date when the racially-divisive Tea Party holds its annual hate fest.

Ways to get involved:
Host a flag-burning party on Sept. 12.
Tell us where and when you’re holding it, and we’ll publish a list of events.
Send us photos of the event. We’ll post them here.
Upload a video of the event onto YouTube. We’ll embed it or link to it.
Let them know we’re watching. Dress up like a clown and take a partially burned flag to a local tea party event (Don’t burn a flag at the event unless local laws allow it.)
Spread the word via Facebook (here’s our Facebook group), Twitter, and other social media.
Submit your own ideas, below in the comments. We’ll use them to update this list.
Place a banner on your blog, website, or social media profile. Here are a couple of examples you can use:

We also suggest that people tear up the confederate flags if you cannot burn them.

Or step on, spit, throw paint on them or even write funny things on them with Sharpies! BE CREATIVE!!!

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A Photo Essay Response to Smack Back the T-Baggers!

Last night, Chris Matthews presented a documentary on the nasty teabagger right-wingers we have been covering here on LLL, Tea Bagger Watch and OPP.
We all thought it was heavily watered down and didn’t go into enough of what needed to be shown about these extremist lunatics, but it seems to have Dick Armey’s panties bunched up in a wad.
His response was to issue a bloviating missive, feebly complaining that someone from the press had the nerve to mirror back the ugliness the Tea-Baggers have been subjecting our country with.

Let us take a look at this cry baby piece …. with commentary!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Tea Party Groups Call on Sponsors to Drop Hardball
Matthews’ “Hit Piece” Disparages Tea Party Members

June 17, 2010 – The National Tea Party Federation, a broad coalition of Tea Party groups, takes a stand and condemns the left-wing propaganda hit piece that aired on MSNBC June 16th.
The program, Rise of the New Right, was journalism at its worst, and its purpose was to demonize and misrepresent. Chris Matthews used his Hardball program to slander and mislead the American people by distorting facts about the Tea Party Movement. Hardball selectively portrayed groups and individuals in the program in a bad light.

No, douche bag, this is what your crowd looks like:

Violent Rhetoric at the 9/12 Tea Bagger Event

David Webb, co-founder of New York City’s TeaParty365 said, “Chris Matthews is a far left commentator, not a journalist and therefore should not be held to or credited with the same standards.”

You mean like this guy?

“I am an American who happens to be black, Republican, and that offends their warped vision. I would gladly face Matthews one-on-one anytime on policy and issues. This attack on Americans of all ethnicities, religious beliefs, age and political affiliations will ultimately fail because the truth wins. The desperation of a failing far left, and a dying network is apparent,” Webb concluded.

Of course, because as a “black, Republican” you must support and keep this alive instead!

Racist KKK Symbols Don the 9/12 Tea Bagger Rally in DC


More Racist KKK Symbols at the 9/12 Tea Bag Event in DC

FreedomWorks Grassroots Director Brendan Steinhauser said, “The Tea Party movement I know looks nothing like the one portrayed on MSNBC. It is made up of good, hardworking, honest, smart people who love their country. It is a movement that reflects the best in America.”

So …THIS is the best of America? Well DAMN! We really are in trouble…

Mark A. Skoda, Chairman of The Memphis TEA Party, stated, “The Tea Party movement has had a profound impact on election outcomes. The fact that MSNBC has taken it upon themselves to distort and disparage these Americans is unacceptable. Chris Matthews continued to promote the racism narrative, suggested the prospect of violent behavior by activists and promulgated the idea that the conservative movement is somehow un-American. We will encourage our coalition and Tea Party people everywhere to make their voices heard at MSNBC and to their sponsors.”

So you are going to blame Chris Matthews for this?

More Racism at the 9/12 Tea Bagger Event

Jamie Radkte, Chairman of The Virginia Tea Party Patriot Federation, said, “What we witnessed tonight was an attempt by Chris Matthews to demonize Americans who believe in the Founding principles of limited government, fiscal restraint, and Constitutional adherence as violent, radical, extremists, who are threatening the very foundation of our nation. This type of commentary is divisive, shameful, and irresponsible.”

You want divisive, shameful and irresponsible? Try THIS

National Tea Party Coalition co-founder Michael Patrick Leahy, added, “Chris Matthews and MSNBC have just delivered one of the most dishonest pieces of propaganda posing as journalism in American broadcast and cable television history.”
We agree with Matthews who states in his conclusion, “What’s scary today is the language thrown about. Words have consequences.”

Yes, we have seen your “consequences”

Tea Bagger Violence


More Tea Bagger Violence

The National Tea Party Federation calls for all tea party supporters to contact the sponsors of Hardball and ask them to pull their commercials from this show. (Advertiser listing and contacts at NTPF website.) These commercial sponsors cannot continue their support of a program that seeks to demonize millions of Americans who identify with the Tea Party movement.

Furthermore, the Federation is calling on all Americans and local tea party groups to voice their objection to local media outlets on this dishonest attack on citizens who have legitimate policy concerns and are exercising their First Amendment rights.

Oh yeah, they have every right to express themselves and we have every right to report it!

Tea Baggers Showing their True Colors

For more information or to register and participate in the National Tea Party Federation, log on to http://www.nationalteapartyfederation.com.

About the National Tea Party Federation (NTPF):
The Federation is a broad coalition of national and regional Tea Party groups committed to improving communications between local, regional, and national tea party organizations. Our purpose is to facilitate and support clarity of message, rapid response to media misinformation, and to continue to collaborate and promote the movement’s core principles of Fiscal Responsibility, Constitutionally Limited Government, and Free Markets.

Contacts:

Christina Botteri
christina.k.bo@gmail.com
Phone: 916-315-8989 (have fun with this)

Now is the perfect time for the MSNBC sponsors to spit in the face of these morons! They DO NOT represent America, they are just loud, stupid, racist blowhards who are less than 10% of our population.

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David Weigel’s Take on the “Gather Your Armies” Make Believe.


The right wing has been notorious at both Constitutional and historic revisionism as of late.
For instance, they believe as long as they throw everything they want under the sun as part of the Constitution, even when most of the time it isn’t and they don’t even know or understand what the Constitution says, they can bully the public into getting whatever they want.

This often has been more the brunt of comic relief and laughs, than to take it seriously

Also a point of comedy is their make believe fantasies about the “founding fathers”, who have been the victims of their dress up dramas and imaginary messianic caricatures of their tea bagging passion plays.

The latest joke has been a really funny video that has been flying around the internet for laughs.

At first many of us thought it was satire to take the piss out of the moronic tea bagger version of 1776, so imagine our surprise when the farce turned out to be an actual real video for a tea bagging Alabama congressional candidate Rick Barber.

David Weigel has done all of us the favor of setting the facts straight:

‘Gather your armies’
And here it is, the latest performance art TV ad from Alabama — although the previous stars of memorable ads here, Dale Peterson and Tim James, lost their primaries. Congressional candidate Rick Barber, a tea partyer who held the GOP’s preferred candidate Martha Roby below 50 percent in the first round of his primary, imagines a strategy meeting between himself, Sam Adams, Benjamin Franklin and George Washington.

s it worth digging into the substance here? Well, okay. First, the ad begins mid-conversation, with Barber saying, “And I would impeach him.” Tea parties aside, we haven’t seen many candidates openly mulling an impeachment of President Obama.

Second, I’m not sure Barber’s argument here makes sense. His pitch to the founders is a jeremiad against the IRS and “what they call a progressive income tax” (although what else you could call a tax on income that hits high-wage earners harder than low-wage earners is a mystery). He appeals to Washington as the owner of a distillery who “knows how tough it is to run a small business without a tyrannical government on your back.” But President Washington presided over, and approved, the first tax levied by the federal government — the 1791 whiskey tax. When the tax met resistance, he approved the assembling of militias to enforce the law and mobilization of agents to collect the revenue. So the Barber daydream of Washington angrily ordering a “gathering of armies” to oppose a tax is… well, entertaining, I guess.

A previous Barber video offered his straight-to-the-camera take on the “Islamic jihadists”


(LOL@stupid idiot racist Islamophobia, its so Dick Cheney!)

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Rand Paul Throws A Play Soldier Dress Up Party For Obese White Men

Roughly a month before a group of play-acting militia members threw a dress-up party in DC, Kentucky had a dress-up party for its own militia types. The big difference was that this shindig was organized by and for congressional hopeful Rand Paul.

Barefoot and Progressive has the whole story. Try and see if any of the portly patriots in Kentucky match up to the mammoth militia folks in DC!

Rand Paul was nice enough to throw a party for his supporters on Saturday at the Capitol building in Frankfort. And not just any supporters. My favorite kind: obese white men playing soldier dress up.

A collection of my favorite boys who’ve gotta lotta Liberty in the trunk:

For the whole picture set and comments, check out their full article.

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Maine Republican Party Breaks Into Middle School Classrooms and Destroys Teacher’s Work


From Right Wing Watch and Rawstory, comes this ghastly story of Republicans rifling through a Maine classroom to remove all “objectionable” material, which they then replaced with stickers and notes instructing kids to vote republican.

‘A Republican was here. What gives you the right to propagandize impressionable kids?’

Teachers at a middle school in Portland, Maine, are upset with attendees of a Republican convention who rifled through teachers’ materials in a classroom they were using and reportedly stole materials from the room, replacing it with GOP slogans.

Officials from the Maine Republican Party quickly apologized this week after local news sources reported on an incident at Portland’s King Middle School. Eighth-grade social studies teacher Paul Clifford returned to his classroom following a meeting of the Knox County Republican caucus there to find that his teachers’ materials had been rifled through and a poster outlining the history of the US labor movement was missing, replaced with a bumper sticker that reads, “Working People Vote Republican,” reports the Portland Press-Herald.

What’s more, according to the Bangor Daily News, the Republican operatives also rifled through a closed cardboard box containing copies of the US Constitution, donated by the American Civil Liberties Union. And Clifford found a note nearby that stated, “A Republican was here. What gives you the right to propagandize impressionable kids?”

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David Duke Is Defending the Tea Party!

Yes, David Duke is praising and defending the “whiteness” of the Tea Bagger movement!

We can’t even make up stuff this funny!

This pretty much proves the who and what the tea baggers are, and admittedly so by Mr. Nazi himself: David Duke

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Restore The Constitution; One Brick And Bullet At A Time…

Open Carry “Restore The Constitution” rally draws fifty

Pro-War and Questionable Sentiment At The Gun Toting Restore The Constitution Rally

Complaining about communism with AK-47s slung across their backs, gun rights advocates gathered for a multi-place rally to “Restore The Constitution” on Monday. A grim picture of sour-faced apocalyptics toting intimidating weaponry was tempered by reality, which presented the image of men in camouflage fatigues and a slight sprinkling of cheery women. Touted as a rally to support gun rights, second amendment language was curiously absent from the majority of attendees. Rhetoric focused on Health Care Reform, unemployment and government intrusion on personal liberties. When the topic finally did stray to guns, the rhetoric was not so much about gun rights advocacy or supporting pro-gun politicians, but fixated on the “from my cold, dead hands” theme. Allusions were drawn to the battles of Lexington and Concord on April 19, 1775 and the seizure of American colonists’ weapons by the British. Speakers at this event and a similar but unarmed pro-gun rally in DC all stressed that the choice of this date was not meant to invoke memories of the Oklahoma City Bombing, but to remember the beginning of the American revolutionary war. Further themes and promises were the typical cry of civil unrest if legislators refused to halt the erosion of constitutional rights. All of these are viewed in a slightly different light after viewing to MSNBC’s The McVeigh Tapes, where Timothy McVeigh stated that it was his specific wish for April 19th not to be remembered for his bombing of the Alfred E. Murrah Federal Building, but to be remembered for the start of revolutionary war.


A featured speaker was Mike Vanderboegh, who first crashed onto the national scene by exhorting people to vandalize the offices of Democratic party politicians. “I’ve got congestive heart failure and diabetic feet, and they’re scared of me” he laughed. Vanderboegh and other speakers repeatedly invoked the image of the Jews of the Warsaw Ghetto, who rose against their Nazis oppressors, implying that the recent vandalism and violence surrounding Health Care Reform was similar to Jews fighting against Nazis. Vanderboegh further opined that he was feared because of his freedom to speak his mind, not because of the violence wrought at his behest.

Tom Fernandez from Alarm and Mustard


Tom Fernandez, founder of the “Alarm and Muster phone tree” gave identical, lengthy speeches at Fort Hunt and Gravelly Point. Fernandez complained of rising unemployment, the changing role of government, the passage of Health Care Reform and the vague generalization of “lost rights” and the impingement of his personal liberties by the government. As was typical for the other speakers, Fernandez did not speak about gun rights legislation or any particular pro-gun politician to support, but also invoked the insurgency of American colonists against the tyranny of the British. The speakers and participants did not stray from these talking points, and as such led to a feeling that everyone was reading from a script– a script which implied that we are currently living under a tyranny that needs to be violently resisted.

Restore The Constitution rally, 4/19/10

Restore The Constitution rally, 4/19/10

An attitude of disappointment permeated the rallies, which exhibited a stultifying level of foul planning. The rally was scheduled for the first day of the work-week, which guaranteed a low turnout. The rally began at 9am at Fort Hunt Park, which forced all attendees through the teeth-gnashing Gordian Knot of DC metro area rush hour traffic– and a further ten miles down a winding parkway. The rally then shoehorned its participants into an ad-hoc convoy and made them backtrack through the same soul-crushing traffic to the final rally location. The location of the final rally– intended as a dramatic press spectacle with the Capital as a backdrop– was located at a park located at the very end of the runway of Washington National Airport. Not only did the organizers split up their rally between two locations at a poor time of day, the penultimate location for the rally to speak to the press was located directly under the departure path for a major domestic airport.

Yaffers Made an Appearance To This Extremist Rally


As the convoy arrived at Gravelly Point and the participants filed out, the rally didn’t immediately reconvene; the nominally camera-shy and paranoid “gun nuts” spent 45 minutes conversing with themselves and fielding questions for the press between the roar of departing jets. The chitchat from this crowd consisted primarily of conspiracy theories of how Timothy McVeigh was a government agent, macho posturing of “they outgun us, but we outnumber them” and excoriations of the mainstream US press– told to clusters of reporters for mainstream US news outlets. Press outnumbered the police and the police outnumbered the protesters. We wonder what the purpose of this rally was, if not to expose fifty-odd gun owners to the scrupulous eyes of a multitude of federal, state and local law enforcement agencies.

More Photos from Isis and Wespennest

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