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  • TUOLUMNE COUNTY EVANGELICAL PASTOR INVITES ANTI-LGBTQ+ HATE GROUP LEADER FOR JUNE 20TH EVENT

    Graphic of Lt. Gen. William Boykin

    “Come on out on June 20th. 9am - 3:30pm General Boykin of “Black Hawk Down” fame, and a founding member of Delta Force will be our morning speaker,” reads Calvary Chapel Sonora’s event page (archive) for its annual ‘Tent Days in the Last Days,’ a festival that combines sermons and sharpshooting competitions.

    The event garnered local controversy because Boykin is a top administrator in an SPLC-designated hate group called the Family Research Council, has spent years campaigning against LGBTQ+ rights and an even longer time vilifying Muslims. Boykin is also likely guilty of war crimes–he had a long career with the U.S. military including being Deputy Undersecretary of Defense during the illegal U.S. invasion and occupation of Iraq in 2003.

    A coalition of local activists is organizing a counter-protest.

  • BMWS ON FIRE OFF THE SHOULDER OF TELEGRAPH AVE

    I was kind of disappointed the ‘ATTACK AND DETHRONE GOD’ meme’s gone a little stale but hey, with the autonomous zone in Seattle and now I guess in Chicago, Ashville and Nashville the mood is less destroy everything bad and more let’s create the new world already. Just so I spell it out now by the way I’m going full gonzo for this article and I’ll be back to prim and proper reporterly style next article.

    Anyways, Oakland didn’t pop off until a couple days after all the other cities so maybe our autonomous zone isn’t coming until we get a little more destruction in or find just the right spot. Who knows? We’re living in the Cool Zone now.

  • “CALLING ME A NAZI IS RACIAL PROFILING”–INSIDE BOOGALOO PUBLIC RELATIONS

    By now a lot of us are aware of the “Boogaloo Boys”––a seemingly loose-knit group of militiamen and gun enthusiasts who fetishize having a “Civil War II: Electric Boogaloo.” These types first got on the mainstream media’s radar because they showed up to the Virginia Citizens Defense League’s massive gun rally in Richmond way back in January. Reporters were puzzled by attendees wearing Hawaiian shirts under their plate carriers and carrying signs and flags with a cartoon of an igloo on it. “Big Luau,” “Big Igloo” and most recently “Bungalow” are their oronyms of choice to get around social media censoring the word “Boogaloo.”

  • CHARTER SCHOOL DISTRICT'S SUPERINTENDENT COURTS FOX NEWS WITH PLANS TO REOPEN SCHOOLS THIS WEEK

    New Jerusalem School District Superintendent courts Fox News’s Laura Ingraham in a post on her Facebook’s community page

    A school district superintendent whose Facebook profile picture is Beavis from Beavis and Butthead told Fox News host Laura Ingraham last Friday evening that “[a]s far as I know, I will be the only school district in the state who will be reopening their school next week for the last week of school.”

  • RACIST FLYERS TARGET MINORITY RESIDENTS OF SAN LEANDRO

    52 yr-old Nancy Arechiga puts racist flyers on the door of a San Leandro resident, telling them to 'go back to their country.'
    52 yr-old Nancy Arechiga puts racist flyers on the door of a San Leandro resident, telling them to “go back to their country.”

    The flyers were hand-written. One left on a San Leandro resident’s door read “If you are a woman or man born in another country go back, return immediatly [sic]” and if you’re a woman “takes [sic] your children with you.”

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