The RAM case was just dismissed in Los Angeles.— Augustus Invictus (@EmperorInvictus) June 3, 2019
We CAN win things, goddammit! https://t.co/kFehqeSzN2— Matt ?? Parrott (@MatthewParrott) June 3, 2019
Robert Rundo and others in California have had their federal case dismissed. Theyre free men (for now).— Morris DeesNutz (@StrikerIsNazb0l) June 3, 2019
This is huge, but also further underlines how corrupt the judicial branch in Charlottesville and VA in general is.
Case against RAM in California was dismissed by a Federal Judge today. Rob Rundo, Robby Bowman and Aaron Eason are all free men.— DSA Mike Peinovich??? (@DSAMikeP) June 3, 2019
I can’t believe it. This is incredible news. Fuck ProPublica and fuck Antifa and all the scum that participated in this shakedown.— DSA Mike Peinovich??? (@DSAMikeP) June 3, 2019
“LOS ANGELES (CNS) – A Los Angeles federal judge today dismissed all charges against three reputed members of a Southern California white nationalist group suspected of having incited brawls at political rallies.
U.S. District Judge Carmac J. Carney granted a defense motion dismissing charges against Robert Rundo, Robert Boman and Aaron Eason on grounds that the federal riots act — under which they were charged — “is unconstitutionally overbroad in violation of the First Amendment.’‘
A fourth defendant, Tyler Laube, pleaded guilty in November in Los Angeles to a single count of conspiracy to violate the federal Anti-Riot Act of 1968. The status of his case is not immediately clear.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Los Angeles did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Carney wrote in his order that the act goes beyond criminalizing the behavior of those acting in the midst of a riot.
“It also criminalizes acts taken long before any crowd gathers,” or acts that have only a slight connection to violence, according to Carney.
“No violence even need to occur,” the judge wrote. “A defendant could be convicted for renting a car with a credit card, posting about a political rally on Facebook, or texting friends about when to meet up.” …
This is excellent news.
3 of the 4 RAM members have had their charges dropped in the California case. The Blompf Justice Department went after them last October for defending the president’s own supporters from violent Antifa at Berkeley and Huntington Beach.
I think that the Rise Above Movement’s focus on health and physical fitness was a great addition to the 2.0 movement. In hindsight, it was a mistake, however, to wade into the political arena and get embroiled and smashed up in our current polarized politics. Instead of doing that, the Rise Above Movement should continue to focus on personal self improvement.
If we could only start organizing, say, fitness and MMA clubs of guys who do nothing but encourage going to the gym and living a healthy lifestyle that rejects drugs, porn and sexual degeneracy, then that would be wonderful. Truth be told, the leading cause of death in America is heart disease and suicide and drug overdoses are two of the other biggest killers of White folks.
Instead of drawing attention to Antifa and publicizing their violent cause, which was the MILO strategy, we should ignore them and do our own thing. They are only trolling us to draw attention to themselves anyway. Also, while they have been continuing with their stupid street theater posturing, we have been quietly stealing the issue of anti-capitalism away from them.