Russiagate

#RUSSIAGATE: TRUTH, POST-TRUTH OR DAMNED LIES?

Everybody hates fake news, right?

Then again, one man’s fake news is another man’s infallible truth.

So how to discern truth from falsehood, in the foaming churning sea of ‘narratives’ and ‘counter-narratives?’

Ever since the nihilistic professors of chaos undermined public discourse and the very foundations of language, by the ‘revolution’ of postmodernist nihilism, where everybody has a right to their own opinions and reality is whatever you make of it, the risk that facts, truth, and history would be finally reduced to mere ‘narratives’ has always loomed menacingly upon the horizon. And although the Party of Truth has often striven valiantly against the Party of Feelz, the threat of a purely subjective and emotional approach to the world has made significant inroads.

This being so, it’s a truly extraordinary sight to see those who actually invented ‘post-truth’ and ‘alternative facts’ consistently railing against these very same things. The supposedly impossible election of President Donald J. Trump in November 2016 left the liberal media and the anxious elites scrambling for a way to discredit the legitimately elected President of the United States of America.

In such a context, where the noonday sun of populist truth is menaced by the midnight gloom of aristocratic falsehood, and the dusk of integrity grimly heralds forth the dawn of MSM lies, it’s comforting to remember how we’ve been here before.

Many, many times.

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Peter Boykin is a right-wing activist and the founder of a group called Gays for Trump, he also hosts a regular online radio show, #MagaFirstNews on MagaOneRadio.net Boykin is a prolific social media user, In 2018, Boykin ran for a seat in the North Carolina House of Representatives. Peter Boykin has been featured in multiple left and right-wing media outlets and is never afraid to debate for what he feels is just.

Peter Boykin is also an activist for the #LGBTExit / #LGBTQuit movement. The movement is to encourage Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual people to “exit” the Democratic party and follow Trump. “It’s time we #TakeBackPride and #ComeOutForAmerica it’s time for the LGBT to EXIT #LGBTexit…#LGBTQ #GayPride no longer needs to be associated with Extremism.” – Peter Boykin

In a 56-page ruling Thursday, U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson wrote Stone had “no one but himself to blame” for his indictment, clearing the way for his trial to begin as scheduled Nov. 5. ROGER STONE’S TRIAL MAY FEATURE CLIP FROM ‘THE GODFATHER: PART II’: REPORTJackson concluded Stone was not targeted for political reasons, noting that 11 other individuals were indicted by Mueller’s request for making false statements to Congress. The judge also noted other Trump associates and family members who were not indicted after Mueller’s investigation despite their very public conservative views and open support for President Trump, Politico reported.“When he chose to take credit for the WikiLeaks release and to tantalize the public with hints that he had inside information about more to come, he chose to place himself directly in the vortex of the issues that became the focus of multiple law enforcement, counterintelligence, and congressional investigations,” Jackson wrote.Stone filed four motions to have his indictment scrapped, arguing that he was unfairly singled out during former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election due to his outspoken support for President Trump. In order to prepare for trial, Jackson also ruled Thursday that Stone’s lawyers would be allowed the see the “bulk” of the redacted material in Mueller’s report, CBS News reported. That information was previously withheld as not to affect ongoing prosecution of the case, Jackson said. The redacted statements will not be made public. Stone was accused of obstruction of justice, witness tampering and lying to Congress under oath in an effort to mislead the House Intelligence Committee and the FBI about alleged dealings with WikiLeaks during the 2016 presidential election, Politico reported. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPA federal judge on Thursday rejected four motions from former Trump associate Roger Stone contesting his indictment on obstruction of justice, witness tampering and other charges, adding that Stone has “no one but himself to blame” for having to stand trial in November.

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