Last night on Radio Free Indiana, we discussed the news that the Bitcoin Fairy had reappeared and visited the American Nationalist movement and distributed $200,000 in Bitcoin to Nick Fuentes and over $500,000 in total to various pro-Trump online influencers associated with him.
The Bitcoin Fairy has appeared before like in the aftermath of Charlottesville when it visited Andrew Anglin and donated 14.88 Bitcoin ($60,000) from a $25 million dollar fortune. Shortly afterwards, the “American Nationalist” and “wignats” and “optics” shit was started by Ricky Vaughn which poisoned the Alt-Right. Overnight, Andrew Anglin went from the biggest self proclaimed “Nazi” on the internet to tarring other people as “Neo-Nazis.” Over the past two months, the “American Nationalist” movement has been paraded around the country by longtime GOP operative Ali Alexander who runs the “Stop the Steal” grift. It is clear that they are all working for him. Alex Jones and Infowars and the Gays for Trump crowd are part of the same pro-Trump influence operation and often appear at the same events.
Who is funding this conservative astroturf?
We know for a fact that Ali Alexander is a key figure in this ring. Someone very wealthy is funding this shit too. After asking around on Twitter, some more information has come to light. At the time these amounts were distributed, the average price of 1 Bitcoin was $18,000.
$60,000 in Bitcoin to Anglin raised eyebrows.
$556,000 in Bitcoin though? That’s like robbing an armored truck and distributing the loot. It is safe to say that whoever is backing these people isn’t a Zoomer eating tendies.
Somehow, these people are connected to one of the richest accounts on Bitcoin. It is depressing to think that this is how conservatives manage, control and manipulate the “Dissident Right.” They just toss a few bags of money into the movement and some people are willing to sing their tune. It is no different really from a bum who sings a song for you when you give him a dollar.
Who do you think is the Bitcoin Fairy?
We doubt it is Peter Thiel because he didn’t back Trump in 2020. It seems more likely that this is somehow related to the quarter of a billion dollars that Trump has raised since he lost the 2020 election. The only thing that unites all these people is that they are “pro-Trump” influencers.