White Supremacy More Diverse Than Antifa
Dawn Bancroft Story Of An Insurrectionist — Dawn Bancroft crawled through a broken window of the Capitol, took a video, then crawled back out again. Her life might not have changed if that was it. On the way home, though, she made another in which she said “We were looking for Nancy to blow her friggin’ brains out, but we didn’t find her.”
She sent it to a friend and the friend sent it to the FBI.
It was Jan. 6, 2021.
She was 59 years old, the divorced mother of three children, and the owner of Cross Fit Sine-Pari, a gym in Doylestown that she started in 2009.
What ensued was the loss of her business, the loss of friends, the loss of her accountant, the loss of her bank, a conviction of the misdemeanor of parading in the Capitol, and a 60-day sentence along with three years probation and 100 hours of community service all capped with a lecture from the pompous and partisan federal Judge Emmet Sullivan.
What Ms. Bancroft did can’t be defended and she doesn’t try, but on the grand scale of evil it’s just not up there with bombing weddings and schools and bragging about it, or body-slamming a U.S. senator you dislike nearly killing him. Rene Boucher, by the way, was initially sentenced to less time than Ms. Bancroft for his attack on Rand Paul, albeit that was raised to eight months after outraged prosecutors objected. Boucher still served less than a lot of the Jan. 6 protestors, though.
Ms. Bancroft, who was never in trouble with the law, expected to serve her time in a halfway house or minimum security prison. Instead she was sent to the federal correctional facility in Hazelton, W.Va., a medium security prison.
She was 60 years old.
She said was strip searched twice upon arrival and her first 10 days were served in the Secure Housing Unit or SHU which is solitary confinement.
She was held in a 8-by-10 foot cell. It was cold and her clothing was thin, similar to a medical scrub with short sleeves. She was forbidden to sleep on the bed during waking hours and the blanket was required to be kept folded upon it.
Guards ignored her when she sought their attention albeit one responded with abuse when she caught her laying on the bed in the daytime.
There were no clocks in her cell. She asked why and the guard said “I don’t know.”
She said “I don’t know” was the answer the guards always gave.
She said when she became anxious she’d pray the rosary.
“I would pray the rosary using my fingers in place of the beads for I was not allowed an actual rosary,” she said. “I always became more calm at the conclusion of the session.”
She was not allowed to contact her family. She learned, though, that her daughter was calling every morning as was a friend in the evening. As the two shared a first name, prison authorities assumed it was the same person and a real pest.
This was a good thing, at least for Ms. Bancroft.
The prison limited phone calls to once every 30 days but one of the guards volunteered to contact the caller. She ended up contacting the friend to whom she made up a story about what a great time Ms. Bancroft was having.
And when she was transferred to the general population things improved. The other inmates liked her. One woman saw she was into fitness and asked to train with her.
Her new friends would ask what she was in for and were shocked when she told them it was for “parading”. The population, after all, included murderers, and child abductors, including one who with her boyfriend abducted two Amish children and sexually abused them. When the boyfriend went for a shovel with the intent to kill and bury them, she got cold feet and drove off with the children abandoning them in a corn field. They survived.
Ms. Bancroft pledged not to let the state break her.
And they didn’t.
She learned about “fishing” which is unraveling thread from a blanket and tying it to a folded up piece of toilet paper roll and using it to slide small objects between cells. She said an inmate sent her a stamp that way after she heard her worrying about how to contact her family.
She wrote a letter to her son and sent it to her home as that was the address with the only zip code that she could remember. Her son was picking up her mail.
She’d watch Fox News as that was one of the few news options they had. She thinks it leans a little too much to the left just not as much as the others. Others would watch with her. She’d have political debates with them. She says she converted many Democrats into Trump Republicans.
Terms of her probation have prevented her from contacting the women who remain at Hazleton but they are in her thoughts as are those still incarcerated without bail for the January 6 protests.
Prison reform has become an issue for her as a result of her experiences.
Ms. Bancroft says the Bucks County Republican Party has removed her from her committeewoman’s seat in the 2-2 Precinct in Doylestown, a seat which she won last spring with the voters having full knowledge of her involvement in the protests.
Regarding Jan. 6, she says she saw one incident that may have involved provocateurs where a group on some scaffolding was trying to break windows in the Capitol and the crowd below objecting accusing them of being Antifa.
Dawn Bancroft Story Of An Insurrectionist
Dawn Bancroft Story Of An Insurrectionist
Houck Defenders Pack Chestnut Street To Witness To Feds — About 100 persons packed the sidewalk at 615 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, starting at 11 this morning, Oct.7, to call attention to the plight of the Houck family and the de facto declaration by the Biden Administration that political dissenters are enemies of the state.
The address houses the office of the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania which is leading the Mark Houck persecution.
Houck allegedly shoved anti-life activist Bruce Love in October 2021 during a dispute at a Planned Parenthood clinic. Federal law prohibits the blocking of clinics — not just abortion ones — and that’s what the feds say Houck did.
Houck says he was 50 feet away from the entrance and Love had left his station, where he was an escort, to harass his 12-year-old daughter.
Regardless, on the early morning of Sept. 23 a group of about 25 heavily armed FBI agents in a convoy of 15 vehicles arrested Houck in front of his family.
For at worst a shoving match.
Dr. William Develin, a human rights advocate, emceed the event, which he called a “public witness” and led public prayer to start things. He reminded the group that they should love their enemies.
He introduced WPHT host Dom Giordano, a strong supporter, who said that someone in the state government had to sign off on the arrested.
Was it Attorney General — and Democrat gubernatorial candidate — Josh Shapiro?
Giordano noted that Houck is being represented by Brian J. McMonagle, one of the nation’s premier defense attorneys, along with Peter Breen. He said McMonagle is doing it at a steep discount.
Giordano contrasted the treatment Houck is receiving to criminals in Philly — there have been 410 murders so far this year in the city — and Hunter Biden, who he described as a “walking example of privilege.”
He called on the remaining good agents in the FBI to act and stifle the erosion of civil liberty.
Ashley Garecht of Pro Life Union of Philadelphia described how she and her teenaged daughters were harassed by State Rep. Brian Sims (D-182) at a demonstration and Sims went so far as to doxx the young girls.
“Nothing happened to Sims,” she said.
She said the Houck raid was the result of Joe Biden’s hellish rant at Independence Hall on Sept. 1 in which he said half the country “represent an extremism that threatens the very foundations of our Republic.”
She said a fundraising campaign she started has raised $300,000 for the Houcks.
Patrick Stanton of the same group described the vandalism that has occurred at Catholic churches in the city and mocked the FBI for lack of arrests. The crowd joined him in the mocking.
The event was observed by city police and uniformed officers of the Department of Homeland Security, and who knows what else.
Peter Breen described how he made several offers to have Houck surrender voluntarily. He also said that if they wanted to arrest him he could have him appear in a convenient public spot to spare his family.
Wasn’t going to happen. Stasi gonna Stasi.
Breen said that he was surprised at the blackout of the event in the local media.
He said the charges have no basis and every new fact he finds is in his client’s favor.
Kathy Barnette, who finished strong in the GOP Senate primary in May, passionately expressed anger at what was happening to this nation,.
“The issue of defending life is not a Republican issue,” she said. “It’s about defending truth.”
She said there were far more people like her than not.
She gave a shout out to a woman holding a sign saying “Atheist/Progressive/Pro Life”. The woman was found to be Terrisa Bukovinac, the founder of Progressive Anti-Abortion Uprising.
Ms. Barnette said the federal government has been weaponized and the battle isn’t going to be easy.
“It’s going to cost us something for standing up for truth,” she said.
She noted that we should not expect a hero to save us.
“If you are sitting waiting for someone, it is you,” she said.
FBI whistleblower Steve Friend was scheduled to attend but did not.
The FBI wouldn’t allow him said Rev. Patrick Mahoney of the Christian Defense League.
Montgomery County Commissioner Joe Gale was recognized from the podium for his presence.
Kenneth Stracuzzi of Hope for Pa led group prayer prior to the official start of the event.
Houck Defenders Pack Chestnut Street To Witness To Feds
Houck Supporters To Gather At U.S. Attorney’s Office Friday — Citizens and national leaders will gather, 11 a.m., Friday, Oct. 7, at the office of the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, 615 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 19106, to protest the FBI banana-republic raid of Mark Houck.
The raid occurred the early morning of Sept. 23 and involved about 25 heavily armed FBI agents and 15 vehicles.
Houck, a pro-life activist, is accused of shoving anti-life activist Bruce Love in October 2021 during a dispute at a Planned Parenthood clinic. The feds say he violated the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) Act, which makes it a federal crime to use force with the intent to injure, intimidate and interfere with anyone because that person produces reproductive health care.
Houck says Love was harassing his 12-year-old daughter and the dispute was not about clinic access.
Houck was arrested in front of his family. His lawyer had months earlier contacted the feds and said Houck was willing to voluntarily surrender.
Emceeing the event will be WPHT talk radio host Dom Giordano. Among those scheduled to speak will be Dr. William Develin, international human rights advocate; Ashley Garecht, a pro-lifer harassed at Planned Parenthood by Rep. Brian Sims in 2020; Patrick Stanton, of Pro-Life Union, the offices of which were vandalized about what the feds have yet to investigate; FBI whistleblower Steve Friend, who was suspended after reporting political SWAT raids in Chicago; former Senate candidate Kathy Barnette; Rev. Patrick Mahoney of the Christian Defense League; and Peter Breen of Thomas More Society who is Houck’s lawyer.
Houck Supporters To Gather At U.S. Attorney’s Office Friday
Gary Byrne Describes Son’s Suicide — Author Gary Byrne has posted a video describing the bullying and indifference by educators that led to suicide of his son, Ethan.
Ethan was a 17-year-old senior at Springfield High School in Delaware County, Pa. when he shot himself in a local park on Oct. 19, 2020.
Byrne filed suit in federal court, on July 19, 2021 against the Springfield Board of School Directors, Superintendent Dr. Anthony Barber and Principal Joseph Hepp for failure to notify them of the bullying their son endured which prevented them from being able to stop his untimely death.
In his video, Byrne says his son made a stupid comment in June 2020 — at the height of the lockdowns and the George Floyd controversy — to a group of online friends regarding Floyd in which he used racially charged language. He was rebuked and apologized.
Byrne says that type of language was not uncommon in the group of teenagers.
One of the group passed it to an African-American girl at the school active in social causes who then spread it throughout social media sites.
Ethan suffered silently through the summer. The final straw came when an SHS graduate attending Penn State texted him threatening his family.
Here is Gary’s video:
Gary Byrne Describes Son’s Suicide
Roy Moore Wins Lawsuit With $8.2 Million Verdict — Judge Roy Moore who was painted as a pedophile after winning the Republican nomination for a special Alabama U.S. Senate race in 2017, has won an $8.2 million verdict against the Democrat-supporting Senate Majority PAC.
The PAC ran an ad that claimed that Moore solicited sex from young girls at a shopping mall. The jurors found it false and defamatory, and by all accounts it was.
The allegations resulted in Moore losing the race to Democrat Doug Jones.
Roy Moore Wins Lawsuit With $8.2 Million Verdict
Rose McGowan Credit History Wiped — Actress Rose McGowan, the mother of the MeToo movement, has tweeted that she has been run off the road and had a break-in at her apartment during the last five days. She included a photo as evidence of the latter incident.
It’s easy to dismiss it. A cynic might says she’s making it all up because she’s not the center of attention that she was a few years ago, and she misses the drama.
And the door pix looks kind of stagey to be honest.
But yesterday afternoon, Sept. 27, she tweeted that her credit history has been wiped and posted screenshots of her application to Apple Card and a conversation with a service rep named Elizabeth.
That doesn’t look statgey.
We believe you Rose. Just remember, they can’t kill us all.
Why aren’t the authorities in certain places stopping them. Can you say George Soros purchased law enforcement? We knew you could.
Yes Antifa is filled with pedophiles.
Again, nice shooting Kyle Rittenhouse.
For an honest history of Antifa check out front-line journalist Andy Ngo’s bestseller, Unmasked: Inside Antifa’s Radical Plan to Destroy Democracy.
Pedophilic Antifa Cowardice Revealed In Portland
Andy Ngo Describes Beating By Antifa — Journalist Andy Ngo describes on Telegram and to Laura Ingraham, June 2, the circumstances of the severe beating he received by Antifa members, May 28, in Portland and the indifference to it shown by the journalistic community, local law enforcement and business owners.
That there is no outrage is an outrage. Ngo is a hero, and one of the few true journalists left. Most who claim the title are cowards and sycophants.
Fellow Americans, turn off the establishment voice you trust without thinking and look for alternatives.
What’s happening to Ngo is what happens when National Socialists take over a city.
Here’s the interview from the Ingraham Angle.
Andy Ngo Antifa Beating
Apple Deleting Telegram App? — We have received a report —from Lin Wood no less — that Apple will be deleting the Telegram app from their phones without notice.
To stop this follow these directions: