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EXCLUSIVE: Florida Candidate Alleging Hate Crime Backs Out Of Interview




James Schneider, a city council candidate in Cape Coral, Florida, reported to police last week that he received a threatening letter from the KKK.

“Number one, I didn’t want this to go public,” Schneider said. “I’m a gay, Jewish, German man. I’m running for political office…The situation is that either this has been created by somebody using the KKK, or in fact it is somebody from the KKK.”

Here is the letter Schneider claims he received:

The letter featured supposedly has the information of the KKK member that sent it, and reads, “We know where you live faggot…We are going to win…Quit now. When you girls least expect it we will be here for a nice visit. Like Semores?”

Considering how unlikely it is that someone would sign their name to a threatening letter that could land them in jail, Cernovich Media contacted James Schneider to ask him about the details of his story.

Schneider was enthusiastic at first to join a live interview, replying “Yes,” to Cernovich Media’s invitation on Facebook. However, after repeated follow up inquiries, Schneider never followed through with his intention to “confirm tomorrow.”

Now, why is Schneider avoiding Cernovich Media if he is telling the truth? Could it be that Schneider looked up Cernovich Media and realized he might have his story questioned?

Cernovich Media’s research did not find a single media outlet that raised the possibility that Schneider’s story was a hoax, while many outlets from around the world have taken Schneider’s story at face value.

Renowned political reporter Mike Cernovich has reported on the numerous hate crime hoaxes committed across the United States in the wake of President Trump’s election, including threats to Jewish centers committed by a Jewish teenager and a former reporter for the leftist media outlet The Intercept.

There have been so many hate crime hoaxes committed, that a website called has been created to document all the admitted hoaxes.

Schneider claimed on his Facebook page that in a Letter to the Editor of his local newspaper, he wrote

“Our police chief has state publicly, just weeks ago, that he was under the impression that there was no current/active clan of the KKK in Cape Coral, and he was imploring the SPLC to remove Cape Coral from its site. Sadly now, about the time when that could have happened, this death threat occurred.”

Did the KKK coincidentally commit this hate crime in Cape Coral immediately after the police chief implored the SPLC to remove the city from its list? Or did Schneider reveal the motivation behind a hate crime hoax that he committed?

Unsurprisingly, the KKK member named on the letter Schneider produced denied sending the letter. “Emperor” Paul Lamonica pointed the finger at “Imperial Wizard” Chris Barker, who also denied the sending the letter.

On Schneider’s Facebook page, at least one commenter wasn’t buying the story.

“Lol. Fake. A sad attempt to stay relevant…I bet it works on the dimwits. Conveniently leaves a return address on a hatemail? Use your brains people,” wrote user “Davey Crockett.”

While many Americans are not about to believe every supposed KKK hate crime in the era of hate crime hoaxes, the media is uncritically reporting stories like these. While the hysteria surrounding stories like this often goes viral, even when stories like this are exposed, the damage has been done.

The mainstream media that reports the alleged wave of hate crimes never reports at the same hysterical volume that the same supposed hate crimes were actually hoaxes.


Cape Coral Daily Breeze

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Leftist Hero Valerie Plame-Wilson Apologizes For Promoting Article Blaming Jews For America’s Problems



Earlier today, obscure left-wing starlet, Valerie Plame-Wilson, retweeted a bizarre anti-semitic article from Philip Giraldi at, which suggested that Jewish media personalities should be identified whenever they are making comments on TV — like a warning label on a bottle of rat poison — so that the public can be aware of their dangerous ulterior motives of promoting Zionism.

In case you’re suffering from “Gosh-that-name-sounds-familiar” syndrome let’s review a bit about Mrs. Plame-Wilson.

Valerie Plame-Wilson was once a relatively unremarkable CIA analyst who had been thrust into Left-wing stardom after her cover was blown by a Washington Post article by Robert Novak in 2004. The Left quickly blamed the Bush Administration for leaking her name as retribution for her husband, Joe Wilson’s, New York Times op ed piece in which he claimed to have debunked Bush’s assertion that Iraq had been seeking “yellow-cake” uranium from Niger and therefore the whole Iraq war was based on a lie.

Of course Joe Wilson’s story was later itself debunked as Bush had based his statement on British intelligence (which the British still stand by). But in the aftermath, Plame-Wilson and her husband found fame and fortune and lucrative book deals and movies.

These days, Plame-Wilson is desperately trying to keep herself relevant. She has a website and a Twitter account in which she loves to opine on any number of left-wing causes.

Which brings us to her current fifteen minutes of fame.

When she was quickly criticized for today’s tweet, she defended it by tweeting that “re-tweeting doesn’t mean endorsement.”

She then tweeted a few more tweets defending the basic argument of the article itself: that wealthy and well-connected American Jews are pushing political policies that will get the U.S. into a War with Iran.

“Put aside your biases and think clearly,” she lectured in one tweet.

But then reality set in and two hours later, she tweeted an apology, saying she had “missed the gross undercurrents to this article” and didn’t do her “homework on the platform this piece came from.”

She also tweeted that there was “so much there that’s problematic” (in the UNZ article) and that her mistake was “a doozy” and that she had merely “skimmed” the article and “zeroed in on the neocon criticism and shared it without seeing and considering the rest.”

But the Washington Examiner points out that Plame’s claim to have been unfamiliar with the platform of the article—that is—seems a little disingenuous since she has re-tweeted several articles from them over the past few years.

Articles, for example, about Israelis dancing for joy on 9/11 and articles titled “Why I Still Dislike Israel.”

She must have missed the undercurrents on those articles as well.

If this is the quality of research and discernment Mrs. Plame-Wilson is only capable of, we should all thank God that she’s no longer working in the CIA.

The Washington Examiner


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Bombshell: Imran Awan Allegedly Threatened, Abused At Least 3 Women



In an article posted by The Daily Caller yesterday, the news site linked to Fairfax County Police reports obtained under Virginia’s freedom of information act. The reports indicate a number of disturbing details about Imran Awan, the recently indicted former IT aid for Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz.

At least three woman are officially are listed in the reports as having alleged physical abuse by Awan. The first alleged victim stated “I just wanted to leave.”

The second indicated she felt like a “slave.”

“The third woman is Awan’s stepmother, Samina Gilani, who said in court documents that Awan invoked his authority as a congressional employee to intimidate immigrant women, in part by telling them he had the power to have people kidnapped,” The Daily Caller reports.

Here is the investigation report from the FCPD. The Daily Caller continued “Neither of the other two women who complained are married to Awan, though both were apparently in relationships with him. Awan’s wife, Hina Alvi, worked as an IT aide for dozens of members of Congress, including Wasserman Schultz. The two women who called the police both lived in the same Alexandria, Va., complex but in different apartments for which Imran paid.”

The second reported incident took place in July of 2016.

This report has the victim listed as a female named Samara Sidique. In the narrative the responding investigator stated that Ms. Sidique reported that she felt “like a slave to this man.”

Sidique also requested information on how to obtain a restraining order against Awan.

Police had responded to altercations between Sidique and Awan reportedly three times in less than 12 months, once finding “small cut[s] on stomach and arm.”

The third incident was reported in this court document and congruent third police report filed in April of 2017 Gilani Samina,

“Imran Awan showed up and threatened me for calling the police. Mr. Shahid Imran Awan threatened that he is very powerful and if I ever call the police [he] will do harm to me and my family members back in Pakistan and one of my cousins here in Baltimore.”

Given the current legal trouble for Imran Awan and the scandals within the DNC, the situation doesn’t look good at all for Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz.

The Daily Caller

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8-Year-Old Football Players From St. Louis Kneel For The National Anthem



While it’s easy to dismiss unemployed quarterback Colin Kaepernick as a washed-up never-was that is seriously detached from reality, there’s more than meets the eye.

Kaepernick has succeeded in becoming a Leftist darling by starting the trend of disrespecting the National Anthem for unclear reasons. The mainstream media has lapped up his actions like a dehydrated camel that comes across a body of water, and the end result has been a warped interpretation that he’s some kind of hero.

That too is also easy to dismiss as just the viewpoint of deranged Leftists, but the unfortunate reality is that Kaepernick and his fawning coverage have an effect on impressionable young minds. While it’s ultimately on the kids parents to set them straight, sometimes the parents don’t see it that way.

As such, Johnny and Jennifer are allowed to express themselves as they see fit, and there are other adults out there that encourage them to do so. We have another disturbing example of that, courtesy of this youth football coach from suburban St. Louis.

Orlando Gooden coaches a youth football team comprised of eight-year-olds. He claims that the kids came to him to talk about the riots that have happened in St. Louis. This is how he handled it.

“One of the kids asked me if I saw [people] protesting and rioting in St. Louis,” Gooden explained, according to Breitbart. “I said yes. I said, ‘Do you know why they are doing it?’”

According to Gooden, one of the kids said that it was “Because black people are getting killed and nobody’s going to jail,” Breitbart notes.

Then one of the kids suggested that they should handle it like Kaepernick would. Gooden gave his blessing, and disturbing images of the kids kneeling and disrespecting the anthem have been making the rounds.

Gooden noted that it was a “good teaching moment,” but he seems oblivious to the fact that he completely dropped the ball.

“What I teach my kids is love, integrity, honesty, fairness, respect and boundaries,” he added, according to Breitbart. “As long as I have support of my parents and team, I’m perfectly fine, and I’m covered under the First Amendment to peacefully protest and assemble.”

Perfectly fine is not a phrase that we would use to describe this youth football coach, who would be doing the rest of America a great favor by staying as far away from impressionable young minds as possible.


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