Wow, look at that—another Brad Griffin associate and white supremacist was investigated for a plot to kidnap federal officials!https://t.co/uMMtEVhCoz— Emily GORE-censki (@EmilyGorcenski) October 21, 2020
UPDATE: Eddie Gorcenski is behind this latest smear which is interesting given that Eddie’s associates in Antifa have done the very thing which he is falsely accusing me of doing.
I was just informed of this.
By my count, this is like the fifth or sixth time it has happened.
“The warrant sought information—including private messages and IP information—on Chad Bagwell, an Alabama man who posted on Gab and attended at least one white supremacist rally under his own name. The investigation appears to have begun when Bagwell suggested another prominent Gab user doxx (that is, reveal private information on) federal officials, particularly in the Justice Department. …
“you wouldn’t think of using your considerable doxxing talents on the Federal Government next, would you?” Bagwell wrote to Gab user Hunter Wallace, an account long linked to Brad Griffin, a prominent member of the neo-Confederate group League of the South, in October 2018. “We start with Rosenstein, work our way down to the arresting agents themselves? Get ourselves a big ole’ list of any System Pig who’s ever harmed our people in any way. Could be a useful thing to have in the event of, um, future contingencies.” …
Bagwell could not be reached for comment for this story, and was not charged with a crime. Griffin did not immediately respond to a request for comment, and has also not been charged with a crime in connection to the warrant …”
Here we go again.
Antifa have a long history of concocting absurd stories, which they recycle in the media through friendly “journalists,” which attempt to “link” me to various insane plots and people.
A few years ago, Kelly Weill of The Daily Beast tried to associate me with the Pittsburgh synagogue shooter Robert Bowers. The whole basis of her previous smear article was that Bowers was on Gab and had “regabbed” one of my articles that I wrote about how I was disappointed with Donald Trump’s presidency. He had also replied in the comments to one of my Gab posts. I didn’t know the guy who was a total stranger. I quit posting on Gab shortly after that incident almost two years ago now.
Next up, Chris Joyner of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution recycled a blog post from Atlanta Antifa which made the wild allegation that I provided an accelerationist group called “The Base” with a “hit list.” Once again, I had never heard of these people either until I saw their names in the media. The idea that I would ever get involved with a group like “The Base” is laughable. The leader of the group turned out to be some kind of federal agent. Once again, I haven’t done anything but run this website for two years now.
This is probably the most hysterical article ever written me. This time it is insinuated that I worked with some random fedposter on Gab to dox Rod Rosenstein and a bunch of federal agents. No proof whatsoever of this is given because it never happened. Instead, I quit posting on Gab because I perceived it was full of toxic people like that and I now spend most of my time here writing about American history.
I wasn’t aware that I had been contacted about this “story.” If someone from the The Daily Beast did call me, I didn’t answer the phone because I didn’t recognize the number and even if I did I wouldn’t talk to the media because everyone can now see that they are a bunch of liars. It is their friends in Antifa and BLM who have spent the last six months rioting and doxing DHS and ICE officers.