Monday, July 23, 2018

South Dakota descending into violent white nationalism

Gateway Pundit is being suspended from some social media sites because it's a propaganda mouthpiece for the extreme wrong wing of the Republican Party.
After he was arrested earlier this week by authorities in South Dakota, Mark Einerwold immediately became a character in an ongoing narrative within conservative media, where he was depicted as the latest example of a left-wing domestic terror threat. His "likes" include the Tea Party, online conservative personality Graham Allen and the pro-police movement Blue Lives Matter. Just last month, in fact, Einerwold posted a news report about Antifa -- though he hardly endorsed the group. "This is what the social justice looks like," he wrote. "These are the people taking over our campuses. They are militant, they are dangerous." [Right-wing media called him a leftist terrorist. He appears to be a pro-gun conservative]
A 50 year old white nationalist Brandon woman and her teenage son are in jail facing multiple charges after an arsenal of guns and ammunition were found in a reinforced basement room of her home.

According to court documents a Dallas, South Dakota man made several comments about blowing up a Veterans Affairs hospital.

Butte County is a hotbed of extralegal foment stirred into action by Cliven Bundy sympathizer former state Senator Betty Olson. A fervent christianist with ties to the American Lands Council she routinely posts hate-filled Facebook memes and screeds that incite violence against Latinos and target African-American politicians and celebrities.

Self-proclaimed 'sovereign citizen' Wendel Hiland faced 300 years in prison after he was arrested and charged in 2013 with 30 counts of abuse of a minor over the age of seven. He raped a minor, forced her into a child marriage and has called Attorney General Marty Jackley "as crooked as they come." A pipe bomb was found on a highway east of Belle Fourche in 2012.

As James Van Nuys puts the finishing touches on his statue of Barack Obama Democrats are privately discussing its safety in racist Rapid City where Confederate flags routinely fly showing support for racism in like-minded states, South Carolina and Mississippi. Many more come out during the Sturgis Rally.

Even the semi-official bulletin for the South Dakota Republican Party, Dakota War College, bullies women and threatens harm to Democrats and conservatives who want to end SDGOP's culture of corruption.

These events are not accidents or coincidences. Mark Einerwold is a graduate of Dell Rapids High School in the governor's home town. Denny and Linda Daugaard posed for Halloween photos one year as the racist couple from Duck Dynasty.

Which parts of six month winters, record suicide rates, rampant racism, chilling effects on civil rights, a repressive law enforcement industry, easy access to firearms and an extremist legislature escape you people?

Flee South Dakota while you still can.

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