2020 Sep 2, 5:32pm
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Could someone post the video of the circumstances leading up to Jacob Blake getting shot here?Joe Biden in a fit of pandering to terrorists has called for the officer who shot him to be charged.https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/elections/2020/09/02/biden-says-kenosha-officer-who-shot-jacob-blake-should-charged/5695562002/?ocid=uxbndlbing
If they manage to take away the patrick.net domain name but not this server, you can still view this site as https://220.127.116.11/ though you will then get an SSL error you have to click through.
If everything disappears, keep searching for "patrick.net" or "patrick dot net" on DuckDuckGo (not Google).I'll try to get back online and make sure DuckDuckGo has a link to whatever the new site is.
We need to get real copies of all of them, quick.
Patrick saysWe need to get real copies of all of them, quick.Too late on one of them already. Was trying to do a screen grab and it's gone.
Eric Holder, can you post those videos here? How big are they in MB?
Lotta gay antifa types is my guess. Maybe the thrill of the dangerous surroundings? Making a "make love not war" statement?
Will try. 36MB, 70MB, 75MB and 51MBUPD: I have them in mp4 format. Should "upload image" functionality work for them? It doesn't seem to be working.UPD2: In Opera I see "request entity too large" message. I guess the files are too big.
Eric Holder saysWill try. 36MB, 70MB, 75MB and 51MBUPD: I have them in mp4 format. Should "upload image" functionality work for them? It doesn't seem to be working.UPD2: In Opera I see "request entity too large" message. I guess the files are too big.Eric, yes, they are too big. I have to conserve disk space a bit at the moment, but if you have an ssh key, I'll give you access to upload them directly.If you have a Mac or Linux box, you can run ssh-keygen to get them. Sorry if that's complicated. Write me at email@example.com and I'll help.
Kyle Rittenhouse lead defense lawyer John Pierce locked out of Twitter over tweet advocating for his clientTwitter locked the account of John Pierce, the lead defense lawyer for Kyle Rittenhouse, over a tweet comparing Rittenhouse to the "unknown patriot" who fired the opening shot of the Battle of Concord on April 19th, 1775 that started the American Revolutionary War.In the tweet, which has now been removed by Twitter, Pierce wrote:"Kyle Rittenhouse will go down in American history alongside that brave unknown patriot at Lexington Green who fired 'The Shot Heard Round The World' on April 19, 1775. A Second American Revolution against Tyranny has begun."tweet aAnother of Rittenhouse's defense lawyers, Lin Wood, reported that Twitter had removed the tweet for violating its rules around "glorifying violence" and locked Pierce out of his account. Wood described Twitter's actions as: "Censorship. Plain and simple."tweet bPierce has been using his Twitter account to advocate for Rittenhouse who has been charged with murder after shooting at men who were pursuing him during a riot in Kenosha, Wisconsin.In his tweets before the account was locked, Pierce had said Rittenhouse's actions were "100% self-defense" and had also been using Twitter to direct users to #FightBack Foundation – a 501(c)(4) foundation which was set up to fund Rittenhouse’s legal defense.Pierce was unable to promote this legal defense fundraising effort for Rittenhouse and unable to advocate for his client while his Twitter account was restricted.After the restrictions on his account were lifted, Pierce tweeted:"I am back from the Twitter penalty box. Twitter has now censored TWO of Kyle Rittenhouse's lawyers. Myself and @LLinWood. I would like to thank Jack Dorsey for handing us yet another lawsuit."This is the second time in two days that a lawyer on Rittenhouse's defense team has been censored by Twitter.On September 1, defense lawyer Lin Wood was locked out of his account after advocating for his client. Twitter later reinstated the account, admitting the suspension was a mistake.Wood threatened to sue Twitter after his account was reinstated and accused Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey of "abusing the First Amendment of this country for his own agenda."When Wood was locked out of his Twitter account, Pierce had accused Twitter of "intentionally interfering with our efforts to raise money for Kyle Rittenhouse's legal defense by censoring Lin Wood."Not only has Twitter censored two of Rittenhouse's defense lawyers in two days but it has also been purging statements of support for Rittenhouse, claiming that these statements break its rules around glorifying violence.Outside of Twitter, other Big Tech platforms have mobilized to censor Rittenhouse, his legal defense efforts, and his supporters.Facebook has branded the Kenosha shooting "mass murder," removed Rittenhouse's profiles, blocked his name from appearing in search, banned praise or support for Rittenhouse, and blocked links to some of his legal defense fundraising campaigns.Fundraising platform GoFundMe also shut down a campaign for Rittenhouse that had been started by his father while amplifying the campaigns of those who were shot.
Discover blocks donations to Christian site hosting Kyle Rittenhouse fundraising campaignPayments company Discover has blocked its customers from donating to the Christian crowdfunding site GiveSendGo which is hosting a fundraising campaign for Kyle Rittenhouse's legal defense fund.In an update on the campaign page, GiveSendGo wrote that "Discover is planning to cut off the ability of its cardholders to make payments to this fundraiser."GiveSendGo added that other credit card companies are likely to follow "unless a strong message is sent to all of these globalist-controlled corporations that we are not willing to sit by while they erase our Freedom of Speech through their un-American accounting practices."The crowdfunding platform also wrote that it "will likely be figuring out alternative ways to donate soon."Additionally, GiveSendGo shared two images appearing to show an internal Discover email and a Direct Message (DM) from Discover explaining the decision to block donations to GiveSendGo.The email states:"Today Discover plans to terminate acceptance for a crowdsourcing merchant that is allowing fundraising for legal fees intended for the teenager who shot and killed two people in Kenosha last week.The termination will occur without a proactive public announcement."It also notes the possibility of "pushback from external sources," that "we are choosing not to reply on Social Media," and includes a recommended response for "Messaging Only."messageThe DM states: "The decision was based on the websites violations of our terms. We reserve the right to deny business with any merchant."chatDiscover confirmed the termination in an email to Forbes and wrote that it "terminated that merchant for operating regulation violations."The GiveSendGo campaign has raised over $397,000 and states that all the donations will go towards paying for Rittenhouse's legal defense against murder charges that were brought after he shot men who were pursuing him during a riot in Kenosha, Wisconsin.Rittenhouse's defense team argues that his actions were "100% self-defense."John Pierce, the lead defense lawyer for Rittenhouse, responded to the news of Discover blocking donations to GiveSendGo by tweeting: "This is not going to end well for Discover, I can promise you that. We're gonna need more lawyers."Discover's blocking of GiveSendGo is the latest development in what has become one of the biggest modern-day digital deplatformings with multiple large corporations censoring Rittenhouse, purging his supporters, and restricting his legal defense fundraising efforts.Facebook has branded the Kenosha shooting "mass murder," removed Rittenhouse's Facebook and Instagram profiles, blocked search results for his name, banned statements of support for Rittenhouse, and blocked links to his GiveSendGo fundraising campaign.Facebook also threatened to ban conservative author and media analyst Mark Dice after he shared a video showing Rittenhouse offering help to protestors.On Twitter, many statements of support for Rittenhouse have also been removed and two of his defense lawyers, Lin Wood and Pierce, have had their accounts temporarily locked over the last two days.Efforts to raise funds for Rittenhouse on the fundraising platform GoFundMe were also shut down with the platform allowing and amplifying campaigns for those who were shot in Kenosha.
Discover declined to detail what the GiveSendGo.com violation was
MAJOR news regarding antifa shooting suspect Michael Reinoehl that I'm trying to confirm. Stand by.— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) September 4, 2020
MAJOR news regarding antifa shooting suspect Michael Reinoehl that I'm trying to confirm. Stand by.
So here's a great one. This is the guy who got his arm shot off's livestream. He runs up to Kyle and Kyle says he's going to the police. Meanwhile, he takes it upon himself to keep chasing him. He's on video and we have still photos of him drawing his gun to attempt to execute him. And now he's on interviews claiming he never intended to fire. &feature=youtu.be