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One of America’s most famous internet-grown white supremacists, Baked Alaska, has threatened to sue news outlet AJ Plus over a photo of him holding a gun. He says the image was photoshopped by the news organization. The only problem? Baked Alaska tweeted the photo less than a month ago.
Baked Alaska, whose real name is Tim Gionet, has been a key figure in organizing the new coalition of neo-Nazis, Klansmen, and other white supremacists online. And he helped bring that online movement into the physical world on August 11th and 12th when he attended the infamous Charlottesville tiki torchlight rally and was scheduled to speak at the neo-Nazi rally the following day.
News outlet AJ Plus recently published a video about Gionet and his admiration for Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad, and used an image of Gionet holding a gun. But Gionet made the startling accusation that the news outlet had fabricated the photo.
It's like the campaign never ended. It's the same all-Trump, all-the-time madness, only exponentially worse.
What that meant, nobody knew, but it probably wasn't good. Leaders in both parties had reason to panic. Democrats were calling him illegitimate. Leading Republicans had abandoned Trump during the "grab them by the pussy" episode. In a true autocracy, theirs would be the first heads gored on stakes as a warning to the others. Many D.C. bureaucrats had no idea what to expect. They were like shopkeepers awaiting the arrival of a notorious biker gang.
Candidate Trump had lied and prevaricated so fluidly that it was impossible to be sure where he really stood on any issue. Was he "very pro-choice," or did he think women who got abortions deserved "some form of punishment"? Was he an aspiring dictator and revolutionary, or merely a pragmatic charlatan whose run for president was just a publicity stunt that got way out of hand?
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