A reporter from the "nonprofit magazine" The Trace recently sent a letter to a gun company asking for comment about the social media "influencers" who featured its weapons on their accounts, only to later "storm" the Capitol building on Jan. 6.
The unnamed reporter claimed to be "working on a story about social media influencers in the firearms space," naming multiple accounts that either talked about the 2020 election being stolen or participated in Donald Trump's "Stop the Steal" rally on Jan. 6.
"Namely, popular influencers like Iraq Vet 8888, Colion Noir, Military Arms Channel, Sig Glockincolt, Sootch_00, The Man Spot, Nutnfancy, The Gun Collective, Mrgunsngear, Warrior Poets Society, Kirstenjoyweiss, TopGunTori, and John 'Shrek' McPhee have spread conspiracies online about the 2020 election and the Democratic party," the reporter wrote.
"They have overdramatized the risk of gun confiscation and fomented fears of election fraud – some of the same conspiracies that researchers interviewed for this story claim helped drive insurrectionists to storm the capitol [sic] on Jan. 6."
As you can see, the narrative frames Trump supporters who fed into the former president's election fraud rhetoric as complicit in the Capitol "raid," which Trump himself warned prior to it was going to be "wild" – and it certainly was.
"Has your company reevaluated relationships with any of these creators in light of their potential content?" the reporter added. "Has it considered connections between this content and the political rhetoric on display at the capitol [sic] last week?"
The reporter then added that the story had already been written and was scheduled to be published the following morning. This reporter's petition for comment was merely an opportunity for the gun manufacturer in question to "comment before it does."
As you will notice, the reporter engaged in some serious category sweep, meaning the allegations started with users who were present at the "insurrection" before immediately expanding to those who mentioned election fraud on their accounts. Supporting Trump, in other words, is suddenly akin to treason.
This appears to be by design, and fits right into the "Operation Trust" psy-op that writer Chris Menahan warned a few days back is almost a carbon copy of the QAnon psy-op.
In a nutshell, Q religion's "Trust the Plan" narrative over the past four years helped keep Trump supporters and "patriots" at bay while the former president did nothing to drain the swamp, which he had long promised. At the conclusion of his term, Trump threw his supporters under the bus on Jan. 6, and now they are enemy number one on the deep state hit list.
It may be a tough pill for many to swallow, but how else does one rationalize Trump teeing up conservatives and leaving them high and dry in the final moments of his presidency? Now it becomes clear that the goal really is to abolish the Second Amendment, and the Biden regime's energized army of Bolsheviks is ready for the task, just as planned.
"Many of the neocons (neoconservatives) in our government are the literal descendants of Trotskyites, so it's not out of the question they'd pull the same trick twice," Menahan correctly points out.
"This Q-Anon operation has had some blowback ... but the movement has gotten tons of Trump supporters thrown in prison and labeled domestic terrorists ... The Biden [regime] is now plotting to use the events of Jan. 6 to justify PATRIOT Act 2.0, which aims to criminalize all dissent as domestic terrorism ... Their neo-Bolshevik revolution is almost complete."
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