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Trojan Horse Candidate Waging War on Conservatism in Alabama




Guest post by C.J. Pearson

One of the biggest attempted scams in recent electoral memory is being attempted across the nation in 2022, with Alabama currently the hottest battleground in a shadow war on the America First agenda.

More Perfect Union, the national group orchestrating the charade, was founded by Jake Harriman. The organization’s website touts buzz words about “healing” the nation, being “more united,” fighting against attacks on “our democracy,” easing “partisan tensions,” and combatting “political extremism.”

If you’re thinking this sounds like code for More Perfect Union being a liberal group, you’d be right on the money.

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Honored by the Obama White House as a “Champion of Change,” Harriman is best known as the founder of a “social venture” called Nuru International which aims “to eradicate extreme poverty in some of the most fragile regions of the world.”

“Harriman has now turned his attention to helping protect the American Democratic experiment,” says his official speaker profile on Leading Authorities. “In 2020, he founded More Perfect Union to disrupt and reform the current political system, heal our divided nation, and give the government back to the American people.”

“Key early components of his plan include creating a reform-minded fulcrum of five new Members in the U.S. Senate, building a nationwide movement for unity and reform, and passing new legislation to reform the electoral system and structural rules and norms of Congress,” the bio explains.

Harriman recently held a meeting in Birmingham, Alabama, in which he explained that “fulcrum” of five new Senators would come from both sides of the political aisle and seek to form a new caucus along with so-called moderates from both parties, including Sens. Mitt Romney (R-UT), Lisa Murkowski (R-AK), Susan Collins (R-ME), Joe Manchin (D-WV) and Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ).

In Alabama, Harriman told a group of potential investors and supporters, More Perfect Union is heavily invested in Mike Durant, who qualified in recent days to appear on the Republican ballot for the state’s May 24 U.S. Senate primary.

Public records show that well over $2 million has been dumped to support Durant’s candidacy already, far outpacing his Republican primary opponents obviously deemed too conservative for More Perfect Union’s liking.

In his campaign ads, Durant claims to be a supporter of President Donald Trump. However, just like More Perfect Union’s plan relies on, Durant’s candidacy is a Trojan Horse for the types of globalist, moderate politicians of pre-Trump GOP politics.

Harriman’s scheme is built around galvanizing the support of veterans in his selected states – and getting appealing veterans to run in those states. Harriman, who has been recognized by the Dalai Lama as an “Unsung Hero of Compassion,” is a Marine veteran. Durant, of course, is best known as the pilot shot down and taken captive in Somalia as part of the infamous “Blackhawk Down” incident of book and move fame.

A native of New Hampshire, Durant followed his military service by working in various roles in the military industrial complex, including most recently through owning his own lucrative company that depends on government contracts padded by conflict overseas.

Durant’s only previous involvement in politics came when he served as a surrogate for the respective presidential campaigns of then-Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) and President George W. Bush.

His voting record shows that the last Republican primary he voted in was 2008 – when his beloved McCain was on the ballot. Durant has been mysteriously absent from voting in GOP primaries since the rise of the Tea Party and then MAGA movements.

In Alabama, More Perfection Union is doing its dirty work through the so-called “Alabama Patriots PAC,” which lists its location as a package story in suburban Birmingham.

Where More Perfect Union miserably failed to hide its duplicity comes in other parts of the PAC’s FEC filings. The treasurer, who lists his residence as Austin, TX, online, and the bank information in Virginia are both identical to “Pennsylvania Patriots PAC,” which is said to be supporting Democrat and fellow veteran Connor Lamb in that state.

Alabama Patriots PAC does not list an staff, board members or actual connections to the state of Alabama.

It should also be noted that More Perfect Union has deep ties, including to the deep state and big tech powers that be.

For example, Harriman is listed online as a Senior Advisor to the McChrystal Group.

“Due to the desperate condition of the U.S. political system, Jake has now turned his attention to helping protect the American Democratic experiment, which he fears is on the brink of failure – a failure that would have terrible global consequences,” his bio reads. “Jake is the Founder and CEO of More Perfect Union, a 10-year plan to heal the divide in the nation and make our government work for the American people by building a viable center in American politics. Key early components of Jake’s plan include creating a country-first fulcrum of five new Members in the U.S. Senate, building a nationwide movement for unity and reform, and passing new legislation to reform the electoral system and structural rules and norms of Congress.”

Readers may remember that retired four-star Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal, the McChrystal Group’s namesake founder, is known as an avid anti-Trumper. Parroting language on More Perfect Union material, McChrystal once decried that Trump is “symptomatic of the crisis in leadership that we have in the nation today.”

The picture becomes even cleared when digging into More Perfect Union’s filings.

Registered as More Perfect Union Action in Virginia with Harriman listed as president, the organization lists two additional officers: Don Faul as secretary and Ime Archibong as treasurer.

Faul’s Linkedin page lists his occupation as a “venture partner.” He is the CEO of Athos – a so-called “next generation sports performance technology company” that supports … wait for it… “the Department of Defense.”

Faul was previously the “Head of Operations” at Pinterest; before that, he worked at Facebook as the “VP of Online Operations.” There, he reportedly led the company’s “risk operations” team. Faul also lists a previous stint working at Google.

Archibong’s background is similar. He is the “Head of New Product Experimentation” at Facebook, where he has worked since 2010. He previously worked at IBM.

The staff at More Perfect Union makes the mission, political bent and scheme clear, too. The group’s political director, Zack Czajkowski, used to be the political director of the Lincoln Project. He formerly worked on the campaigns of President Barack Obama, Secretary Hillary Clinton and Governor Terry McAuliffe.

Durant being bedfellows with More Perfect Union should come as no surprise to people who have interacted with him in private, away from the shining lights of television cameras.

Speaking to donors in D.C. late in 2020, he openly admitted that he was not actually supportive of Trump – it was simply a means to an end.

His political consultants shepherd him around closely on the campaign trail now, knowing that he is one honest moment away from exposing the truth about his candidacy every time he walks out in public.

However, the truth is already out, and it should set him free of any chance of winning in Alabama.

On the trail, Durant has already said Trump’s archnemesis Jeff Sessions did the “right thing” in recusing himself from the Russia witch hunt investigation. Durant also criticized Trump’s feud with McCain and told a conservative radio audience that he supports Trump’s policies rather than Trump “the person.” Durant called Trump “his own worst enemy.”

Durant’s true beliefs seem to become clearest when he is asked real questions about the 2020 election. Asked point blank if Trump won in 2020, Durant tried to deflect by laughing and telling a crowd in Huntsville, “We’re out of time.” In a word salad maze avoiding a direct answer, Durant concluded by claiming “it’s impossible to speculate on whether (Trump) did or didn’t win.” Maybe start with a forensic audit, Mr. Durant?

What may be worse is that Durant openly brags that election integrity is not a top priority of his.

Asked in December if election integrity would be “a focus (for him) or more of a soundbite,” Durant responded by saying, “Well, if you’ll notice when I talked about what my priorities were, I didn’t list that.”

“The timing is right for us to focus on really important things,” Durant added. “Let’s focus on things that really matter.”

The America First movement across the nation needs to wake up. More Perfect Union and Trojan Horse candidates like Mike Durant are trying to steal another election.

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Report: Detroit Man Accused of Setting Fire to Girlfriend Pregnant with Twins Bonds Out for $5,000




A 41-year-old Detroit man accused of setting fire to his girlfriend, who is pregnant with twins, has bonded out of a Wayne County jail for just $5,000 after posting ten percent of his $50,000 bond, according to a report.

“Police said Devonne Marsh got into an argument with his girlfriend at their Detroit home off Packard and Outer Drive last Friday, Jan. 14, and he doused her with lighter fluid before setting her on fire,” WJBK reports.

According to the latest reporting from the outlet:

Devonne Marsh was released from the Wayne County Jail Friday morning. According to documents with the jail, he was released from custody just before 11:20 a.m. on Friday. He’s now out on bond with multiple conditions including no weapons, no drug use, and is ordered not to go to their shared apartment.

However, FOX 2 has learned that Marsh has a hold in Macomb County for other charges so while he’s posted bail in Wayne County, he is not currently free.

A man charged with setting his girlfriend – who was 6 months pregnant with twins – on fire, there was shock that his bond was set as low as $50,000 with 10%. Now, for just $5,000, he’s made bail.

— FOX 2 Detroit (@FOX2News) January 21, 2022

At about 10:40 on January 14, Detroit Police received a tip “that a woman was being held against her will and tortured,” according to WDIZ. At the scene, officers said they found the 26-year-old pregnant woman, with severe burns to her legs and stomach, lying on a bed in the basement of the home. Officers said she could hardly move.

The 26-year-old is in critical condition with burns to 60 percent of her body, and “It’s not yet known if her babies will survive,” WJBK reports. She is six and a half months pregnant.

“How do you do this to another human being? I can’t – it’s unimaginable,” Commander Michael McGinnis of the Detroit Police Department told WJBK. 

“Just incredibly traumatic injuries, I did see pictures and I mean the pain that she must be suffering – I can’t imagine,” he said. 

 Marsh, 41, was arrested and is charged with “kidnapping/abduction, aggravated/felonious assault and violation of the controlled substance act,” according to WDIZ.

He is a parole absconder with a lengthy rap sheet according to WJBK, including previous charges for guns, assault, and drugs.

“Marsh pleaded guilty in Macomb County Circuit Court to four counts of delivering more than 50 grams of cocaine in 2019 and was sentenced to two years probation,” Macomb Daily reports.

The victim had been too scared to report the abuse she was enduring, and Heaven of Oakland County CEO Aimee Nimeh told WJBK that victims often fear retaliation from their abusers when speaking up.

“Fear is part of the relationship and so absolutely there is fear of retaliation,” Nimeh explained.

She added that victims are often frightened by low bonds.

“The court system can be very overwhelming; the process can be complicated,” she said. “It’s not just that court is a little scary, it’s also that what happens next with that assailant that might be coming out, that might be walking free. How do you stay safe in that situation?”

McGinnis previously said he had hoped Marsh, who ended up making bond, remained in custody.

“We just hope that he remains in custody through the trial process so that the victim can heal without the fear of any kind of retribution from him,” McGinnis said.

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Wilson: GOP Wants 2024 to Be Last Election — Like the Ba’ath Party in Iraq




Lincoln Project founder Rick Wilson said Friday on MSNBC’s “The ReidOut” that the Republican Party wanted the 2024 presidential election to be the last election in America.

Wilson said, “They’re trying to throw so much friction into voting and all the sand into the machine, especially in communities they don’t feel will be reliable voters for them. So they are not going to bitch and moan about early voting in a red county. ”

He continued, “This is exactly the kind of mechanism that proto authoritarian states and authoritarian states set up. They want to say who can vote, when they can vote, how they can vote, when the votes are counted. They want to have a veto of the vote count at the end. They want to also say they can bring criminal sanctions and try to intimidate people who are trying to go out and register voters. They want to bring criminal sanctions with these organizations. You know who enforces the law? State attorneys enforce the law. They don’t need an election police force. This is a tool of intimidation. And it is frankly a sign again. They don’t want elections. They would like 2024 to be the last election. They want to be like the Ba’ath Party in Iraq. They have a thing called elections, and the dear leader gets 117% of the vote.”

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GETTR: Leaked Texts Suggest Miles Guo Is Jason Miller’s Boss, Tells Him What to Do





Jason Miller

 By Jack Hadfield

 January 21, 2022 at 9:21pm

Leaked WhatsApp messages between Jason Miller and Miles Guo suggests Guo has far more influence over GETTR than previously claimed.

Speaking to Tim Pool on Wednesday, Miller, the CEO of the “free speech” social media network GETTR, was quizzed about his relationship with exiled Chinese billionaire Miles Guo. GETTR was based on a nearly identical platform called Getome, then renamed Getter, which was hosted by Guo’s GTV, before it was relaunched as GETTR in July of 2021.

When asked, Miller said that while Guo does not have “a direct financial or leadership role within the company,” he admitted that “one of the firms that’s invested in [GETTR] has a heavy influence from Miles’s family foundation.” Miller stated that while he does “get ideas and hears things from Miles… he is not [his] boss.”

However, leaked WhatsApp messages acquired by leftist news outlet Mother Jones suggest that Guo does actually have a lot more influence than Miller claimed. The messages between Miller and Guo center around Joe Rogan’s remarks earlier this month.

On his podcast, Rogan labelled GETTR as being “fugazi,” for combining Twitter and GETTR follower counts together, something the site has now reversed.

In the exchange, which included audio messages from Guo and texts from Miller, Miller said the situation was not good, but that he had attempted to smooth things over with Rogan’s producer.

“It’s just a misunderstanding. There is no problem Jason,” Guo said in an audio message, “Joe Rogan is a big help to us. We are friend. We don’t want to do any bad things to this guy. We need to respect him. Just…explain to him what happened… We solve the misunderstanding… We must keep it gentleman-style. No fight back. We are friends. We need to respect him,” Guo continued, arguably giving Miller instructions.

“Exactly,” Miller replied. “I was very humble when I spoke with his producer yesterday.”

“That’s why I love you. You’re a 100 percent gentlemen,” Guo said. “You’re the super gentleman. That’s why you have the extremely enemy. Miles Guo is too many enemy, Steve Bannon too many enemy. We are easy create the enemy. That’s our trouble… We need to learn from you… That’s why you good CEO in GETTR. Thank you very much I learn a lot.”

Due to Guo’s broken English, the last sentence in the second message is harder to decipher, but can potentially be transcribed as follows: “Thank you for the GETTR, you sacrifice your patience and you are a big benefit for me and to GETTR,” lending more credence to the idea that Guo has control over the site.

The message exchange seemed to be initially private between Miller and Guo, but was forwarded on by Guo to a group chat of around 20 people:

“Regarding Joe Rogan, last night, we discussed with Jason to display the number of followers separately: GETTR followers and total followers,” Guo wrote in the WhatsApp chat that originally appeared in Chinese. “The web version has been launched, and the mobile version is also being submitted. After all the changes are made, Jason should respond to this issue. An announcement to explain.”

In a comment to Mother Jones, Miller said that Guo was just “one of many” people who offered him advice over the Rogan debacle. “I received suggestions from several dozen people that day, ranging from policy guidance to chewing me out,” Miller said. “Pointing out that we need to better communicate with some of our high-profile users isn’t exactly inside baseball.”

Mother Jones further alleged that legal documents leaked to them show an even closer connection between Miller, Guo and GETTR:

The social media app has said it is headquartered at 3 Columbus Circle in New York, but according to the document, the paychecks for GETTR employees bear a different address: 162 East 64th Street, an Upper East Side building that houses Guo’s commercial and nonprofit ventures.

National File was one of the first news outlets to publicly connect Guo and GETTR, highlighting that GETTR had received around 1,200 strange reviews from Chinese linked accounts, many mentioning Guo’s and Steve Bannon’s organization, known as the New Federal State of China.

The group positions itself as a government-in-waiting, ready to take over China after the fall of the CCP. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the address of the “Himalaya Embassy” of the New Federal State of China is also 162 East 64th Street.

In August last year, a team from the Stanford Internet Observatory and Cyber Policy Center analyzed the site. According to this analysis, the parties responsible for creating and promoting GETTR “are not transparent,” because, “while Miller has distanced Gettr from Miles Guo, the app appears to still be developed by a Guo-linked development team.”

About the Author:

Jack Hadfield is a conservative and patriot from the UK, and the director and presenter of “Destination Dover: Migrants in the Channel.” His work has appeared in such sites as Breitbart, The Political Insider, and Politicalite. You can follow him on Facebook @JackHadfield1996, on Twitter @JackHadders, on Gab @JH, or on Telegram @JackHadders. Tips can be sent securely to [email protected].

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