The patriot movement, which has long been marginalized in American politics, is prepared with electrifying motivation; they are engaged in effective action; and they are prepared to vote for populist, conservative candidates — who are engaged in advancing our national interest. This realization has caused panic among the Marxist left.
In response to the growing movement, the unified left is utilizing its media channels, like the Daily Beast, to further demonize American patriotism.
Author Will Sommer pulls out his conspiracy theories in his most recent article for The Beast, where he makes the idea of American Patriots participating in civic engagement criminal and appears insane in the process. It is spooky.
In order to appease his media bosses, Sommer has claimed that getting people interested in the political process—exactly like Barack Obama did in his first campaign for president—is somehow bad when Republicans do it. In the process, Sommer has targeted Gen. Mike Flynn and others.
“Flynn Group Recruits Cops, Vets for ‘One More Mission’—to Watch Election Sites
‘CALL TO ARMS’ Despite its nonpartisan claims, One More Mission is funded by a group led by some of the most prominent pro-Trump election deniers in the country,” Sommer recently wrote, adding:
“A conservative group led by former Trump national security adviser and election denier Michael Flynn is trying to recruit thousands of police officers to work as poll monitors on Election Day—and reaching out to QAnon conspiracy theorists to aid in its recruitment effort. Dubbed “One More Mission,” the group bills itself as a nonpartisan effort to recruit military veterans, as well as police officers and other emergency workers, to monitor polls in an effort to “defend our Constitutional right to vote””
In one recruitment video, a man states, “Our team wanted to find an apolitical solution, a business solution, if you will.”
According to One More Mission’s advertising, the public should be assured that elections are legal by police and veterans because they are the most dependable individuals in the country. The organization asserted in a press statement issued in late September announcing its founding that it offered a politically neutral response to concerns about election fraud.
According to Travis Wilson, a former Green Beret turned CEO of a supplement company who now works with One More Mission, “This is just an opportunity for those guys to continue the mission in protecting the integrity of our Constitution.” Wilson made the statement to The Daily Beast.
One More Mission’s representative first said in an interview with The Daily Beast that she was unsure of the organization’s funding source. One More Mission is really funded by a different organization run by some of the most well-known pro-Trump election skeptics in the nation, despite its claims to be impartial. One More Mission’s website states in one phrase that it is supported by the America Project, an organization headed by Flynn, his brother Joseph, and millionaire ex Overstock.com CEO Patrick Byrne and believed the 2020 election was rigged.
Although Sommer’s friends, the Democrats, have expressed the same worries about voting machines, vote tampering, and intervention in American elections, Sommer simply thinks these worries are bad and part of a conspiracy when Republicans express them.
Sommer claimed that “Byrne didn’t respond to a request for comment,” providing further information that reveals his own hypocrisy and preoccupation with the website Qanon:
On the website for One More Mission, members of the group with a history in police enforcement or the military are highlighted rather than Byrne or Flynn. However, Byrne has been waging his own recruitment drive for law enforcement officers and vets from a conspiracy theory movement based on the notion that Trump will soon carry out a fascist cleansing and imprison his opponents on the periphery of the QAnon conspiracy theorist media environment.
Byrne made it plain that his support for One More Mission was based on the notion that the 2020 election was rigged in a late-September appearance on the QAnon show “Patriot Streetfighter” Within days of the group’s establishment, Byrne said that it had already attracted attention from about 1,000 people.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
What is a Qanon show? No one knows, but it is a convenient slam on concerned citizens to hint that what they are pursuing, civil engagement by concerned Americans, is some odd thing.
“Later in the promotional appearance for One More Mission, Byrne agreed with his pro-QAnon host’s claim that a sinister “cabal” is smuggling murderers and rapists into the United States,” Sommer wrote.
What is a Qanon host? Sommer acts like he can speak things into existence. CONTINUE READING…