Stephen Parshall is also facing child sex abuse charges in Nevada.
On May 30, Las Vegas police arrested three self-identified "Boogaloo Boys" on their way to a Black Lives Matter protest, armed with Molotov cocktails and other weapons, in hopes of provoking the kind of civil unrest and violence that could lead to another Civil War. The men, Stephen "Kiwi" Parshall, 35, Andrew Lynam, 23, and William L. Loomis, 40, were all white, all former military, and had all allegedly expressed to an FBI informant that they were very serious about wanting to overthrow the United States government.
They all face federal and state charges related to conspiracy to commit an act of terrorism, the federal charges alone adding up to at least 30 years in prison and $500,000 in fines for all of them.
And one of them may be in there for a lot longer, as when Stephen Thomas Parshall was arrested, FBI agents found a whole bunch of child pornography on his phone.
Misogynistic racist shitheel say what?
Rush Limbaugh is very mad at the Millennial white women, but not for the pervy reasons you would automatically assume about a pathetic and sexually revolting piece of garbage like him. No, he just thinks they are all #thuglife and "hoods" and should PULL THEIR PANTS UP.
In other words, Rush is so mad at Millennial white women he is calling them the biggest insult he can think of, which is Black. Tells you somethin', don't it.
Rush spoke to a caller in St. Louis on Wednesday, a taxi driver, and he learned things that just really bothered him. They were talking about a poll showing 65 percent support for Black Lives Matter, and the taxi driver in St. Louis, well he knows something about that poll, because he knows when all the yard signs for Black Lives Matter went up, because of how he drives around all the time. (We believe the taxi driver on this! It's not science, but we believe taxi drivers notice signs!)
Taxi Driver's point was that he thinks support for Black Lives Matter, and thus yard signs, shot the hell up after George Floyd was murdered, which ... OK, it doesn't take a scientist or a taxi driver in St. Louis to figure that out. Of course, Taxi Driver thinks there's a THAT'S HOW THEY GITCHA involved here, because there always is.
This isn’t funny anymore. People will die.
We're barely a week into Donald Trump's supposed “pivot" where he'd start taking the coronavirus seriously like a regular Louis Pasteur, and President Snake Oil is back to pushing sketchy, quick-fix COVID-19 cures. Get this man out of the White House and onto a late night informercial set.
It's hard to express just how well and truly fucked we are when the president of the United States retweets a video of a doctor promoting anti-malarial drug hydroxychloroquine as "a cure for COVID." It's not a cure for COVID-19. It'll never be a cure for COVID-19. It's not even a good dessert topping.
What is effective against the coronavirus are masks, and the president could remind his supporters to stop whining and wear the damn things instead of sharing videos where so-called doctors claim masks are a big hoax. These doctors are less reputable than “Doom" and “Octopus."
Trump's idiot son — no, not Eric, the other one, Donald Jr. — actually got suspended from Twitter after he tweeted the video Monday to his 5.3 million followers.
Trump Jr. rates the video as a “must watch" that is “so different from the narrative that everyone is running with." Anyone unfortunate enough to watch this video would've seen Houston Doctor Stella Immanuel on the steps of the Supreme Court at Monday's "White Coat Summit." They apparently let someone in a blue coat stand behind Immanuel, but that's just one of many problems with the medical rigor of those assembled.
This is how Immanuel introduced herself in the video that both Trump and son saw fit to share.
That sure would be unlike them, if true.
The mayor and police chief of Richmond, Virginia, say rioting that followed a Black Lives Matter protest Saturday, after more than a month of largely peaceful protests in the city, was instigated by white supremacists. At a news conference Sunday, Mayor Levar Stoney said,
There were white supremacists marching under the banner of Black Lives Matter, attempting to undermine an otherwise overwhelmingly peaceful movement towards social justice.
Stoney also thanked local Black Lives Matters organizers for condemning the white supremacists, saying the rioters' mission was to "undermine the month of [peaceful], community-driven protest that this city has seen. It's not the Richmond we know." People who have regularly been at the protests said the crowd that rioted near Richmond's police station wasn't connected with them.