L. Lin Wood, 68, is an attorney based in Atlanta, Georgia, who had specialized in personal injury litigation.
He first drew media attention when he represented Richard Jewell, the security guard who was falsely accused in the Centennial Olympic Park bombing in Atlanta in 1996. It was the Jewell case that transformed Wood from a personal injury lawyer to a nationally known defamation lawyer.
Lin Wood has been active in contesting the purported results of the 2020 presidential election and, sometimes in association with attorney Sydney Powell, has filed lawsuits claiming voter fraud and other election irregularities.
In the last few days, beginning on January 1, Wood has been tweeting explosive claims, for which he has received death threats, that:
Wood has evidence that political elites, especially Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts, are being blackmailed by U.S. and foreign intelligence agencies for raping and killing children. The agencies include the CIA, FBI, Chinese Communist Party, Mossad, and MI6.
This is NOT the world I want to live in. The bureaucrats have WAY TOO MUCH CONTROL. And I am almost certain that at some point some one will go postal over these INSANE restrictions. I am sure of that.
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Let me ask our conservative readers this question:
In the 8 long years of the Obama presidency, did you ever wish Barack Obama would die a horrible death, like being boiled in oil or from an incurable virus?
I can honestly say I had not, despite my many policy and value disagreements with Obama or any Democrat.
So what is it with left-wing “elites” who, overflowing with sheer malevolence, issue death wishes on people simply because of policy and ideological differences?
As examples, in the UK, TV broadcaster Terry Christian tweeted that he hoped pro-Brexit voters (called Leavers) would suffer financially and that elderly Leavers would be punished by getting a “good virulent strain” of flu.
Actress Miriam Margoyles, 79, said David Cameron, who was prime minister when a majority of Brits voted to leave the European Union in the 2016 Brexit referendum, “should be boiled in oil.” Despite the referendum, for more than two years parliamentary deadlock repeatedly impeded the ratification of a withdrawal agreement. It took the election in December 2019, in which Boris Johnson and the Conservative Party ran on Brexit, to finally break the deadlock. For his support for Brexit, Margoyles wished that PM Johnson would die from the COVID-19 coronavirus.
In the United States in October 2020, when President Trump was hospitalized with COVID-19, Steve Cox, an Independent candidate running for Congress in California’s 39th District, tweeted that he hoped the President would die from the virus. In fact, so many people flooded social media wishing Trump would die from COVID-19 that Facebook, Twitter and TikTok announced that such posts would be removed for violating their content policies.
The face of evil
The latest “entertainer” to spew his rage and malevolence is actor Alec Baldwin, 62.
In a tweet on November 15, 2020, not content with the media having declared Joe Biden the winner of the 2020 presidential election, Baldwin called for burying President Trump in a Nazi graveyard.
Baldwin followed that with a blasphemous tweet calling Trump supporters insane, in need of “mental care”.
I am reminded of what former FBI agent Larry Grathwohl once said.
Grathwohl infiltrated the Weather Underground, a radical-left Marxist group that was founded in 1969 by Obama pal Bill Ayers and his wife Bernadine Dohrn as a faction of the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS).
In this video, Grathwohl tells us how the members of the Weather Underground (WU) calmly made plans to kill 25 million (their estimate) Americans who they expected would resist reeducation when the WU seized political power.
This is the murderous mind of the radical Left, whether it’s the former Soviet Union or Communist China or Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge or the American Left.
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In September of 2018, five seniors at Loara High School in Anaheim, Calif., started a podcast called Teenager Therapy that’s received attention from major national media, including the New York Times and Wired.
In “High Schoolers Across the Country Are Seeking ‘Teenager Therapy’,” Taylor Lorenz of the NYT calls Teenager Therapy “a lifeline for kids and a breakout hit” as “the coronavirus pandemic has upended school, summer plans and daily life for millions of teenagers” so that many are turning to the Teenager Therapy podcast to cope.
According to Jason Parham of Wired, the podcast has 360,000 subscribers, 2.2 million streams, and 1.5 million downloads. Parham glowingly describes Teenager Therapy as “In the desert of ignored teen emotions, five high school podcasters have become a go-to resource on everything from dating to depression.”
Always hunting for another gullible audience for their “woked” tripe, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry recently sought out Teenager Therapy for a Zoom “conversation” — heady stuff for the 16 and 17-year-old podcasters.
Given the podcast’s popularity among American children and teens, parents should know that Teenager Therapy is satanic.
Below is a tweet by Teenager Therapy which has since been deleted, but not before alert netizens took notice and saved it. As you can see for yourself, in the tweet, Teenager Therapy calls on Lucifer, aka Satan or the Devil, to “smite” (df: inflict a heavy blow on someone with the hand, a tool, or a weapon) their enemy or critic.
Isn’t it interesting that this is a group with whom Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have associated themselves?
The British royalty has a tradition of scrupulous non-interference in the UK’s political affairs.
That being so, it is even more imperative that British royals refrain from using their status and prestige to unduly influence other countries’ political affairs by being partisan.
But that’s exactly what two “woke” members of the British royal family have done in videos released to the public.
They are the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, aka Prince Harry, grandson of reigning Queen Elizabeth II and sixth in the line of succession to the British throne, and his D-list Hollywood actress wife Meghan Markle.
Meghan has been vocal in her objection to President Trump. She once said she would never step foot in the United States as long as Donald Trump is President. Of course, like other Hollyweirdos who said they would leave the U.S. if Trump were elected, Meghan’s words also mean nothing, as she and Harry decided to leave their cushy life in the UK to pursue a lucrative Hollywood life in the United States. See:
Something is happening in Britain that isn’t in the United States.
Prominent Brits are saying they’re sick of the “woke” culture of the Left.
First, it was journalist, TV personality and self-identified liberal Piers Morgan who, on the Ben Shapiro Snow last August, launched a stinging critique of the contemporary Left, calling them “unbearable”.
Then, at 2020 Golden Globes awards in January, comedian and host Ricky Jervais lambasted the Hollywood crowd for their arrogance and hypocrisy.
The latest is actor Laurence Fox (you may know him as Inspector Hathaway in the Lewis TV series that was aired on PBS Masterpiece Theater).
Fox became an instant fave of conservatives when he said on BBC’s Question Time last January that Meghan Markle is not a victim of racism (see “Harry & Meghan Markle lose in duel with the Queen”), followed by Fox appearing on the cover of The Sunday Times to tell the world that he does not “date woke women”.
Note: Urban Dictionary defines “wokeness” as “self-righteousness masquerading as enlightenment” and “being constantly offended”.
Now, Fox has started a new political party called Reclaim, to fight the woke Left.
In an October 6 interview with Spiked, Fox explains why:
Fox: I don’t feel either of the two main parties are addressing the issues at all. I feel Labour is actively swallowing critical race theory. It is actively making culture worse.You have Keir Starmer literally taking the knee, and then metaphorically taking the knee with what he said in terms of structural inequality and racism, and in terms of seeing racism everywhere, which I think is one of the most false and divisive things that a politician can do to try to garner votes. And then, obviously, you would have expected the Conservatives to be very hot on these issues. Things like the right to speak freely and think freely and not have your thoughts policed are very personal issues to a lot of people. But the Conservatives don’t seem to be taking it on board.
There are many brilliant movements and pressure groups around that do fantastic work, such as the Free Speech Union, the Academy of Ideas and Don’t Divide Us, which are all fantastic. But how do you really make politicians sit up and listen? I believe you do that through the ballot box.
One thing that has struck me is the viciousness with which the left bullies people of all kinds for having what are essentially very moderate opinions. Aside from questions concerning perjury, laws on speech must not go further than stopping incitement to violence. But that is not what is happening at the moment….
We are switching the whole judicial system on its head. People are being tried by social media, and that can have really awful effects, such as what happened with Caroline Flack. I feel it has escalated beyond the point where we can ignore it….
I am aiming to appeal across party lines. I don’t need to be politically affiliated to want to promote an open public space through full protection of the fundamental freedoms of speech, expression, thought, association and academic inquiry, and to stand in opposition to laws and other measures which undermine those freedoms.
spiked: Are you worried that getting involved in the ‘wrong’ side of the culture war will damage your career?
Fox: I have certainly been told that it has had a very profound effect on my acting career….
If you risk making yourself unemployable by having the wrong view, I can understand why people would just parrot the views that are accepted – especially those who have children.
I feel like I have no option but to take this thing forward, because someone has to do it, and I seem to be well-placed to do it in terms of my platform, my profile and my views, which I think are actually pretty moderate.
spiked: How have members of the public responded to the party so far?
Fox: We have had so many positive reactions. Ten thousand people have registered on our website, and we set up a Twitter account a couple of days ago which has 15,000 followers already. I get stopped in the street relentlessly, and people thank me for doing it. I get a stack of letters every week, and endless messages of support, all of which is encouraging.
I think these issues bother ordinary people much more than those with a profile. The right to communicate and to be able to tell your own story affects everybody.
We need a high-profile person with Laurence Fox’s courage here in the U.S.
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During the 2016 presidential campaign, Wikileaks did something that politically- and morally-compromised mainstream journalists no longer do — reporting the truth.
Wikileaks published a batch of John Posta’s emails. Podesta is a longtime Democratic Party operative who was the chairman of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign at the time, and a former White House chief of staff in Bill Clinton’s administration, and White House counselor in the Obama administration.
Law enforcement authorities and online Urban Dictionary-like resources have identified the words in the Podesta emails, such as “pizza”, “hotdogs”, “cheese”, “sauce”, “pasta”, “handkerchief” and “map”, as code words for child sex trafficking. Writing in code provides pedophiles a cover story in the event their communications, such as the Podesta emails, are discovered.
The uproar from Wikileaks‘ publishing of the Podesta emails became known as pizzagate.
Those in the Alternative Media who reported on pizzagate were derided by the MSM as tinfoil hat-wearing nut-cases. Even Gateway Pundit chickened out on reporting on the 2017 Pizzagate March on D.C., while Alex Jones actually apologized for InfoWars‘ posts on pizzagate, calling it “fake news”.
Well, the derided tinfoil hatters are now vindicated.
Mike Wright reports for the UK Telegraph, August 28, 2020, that online safety groups warn that cheese and pizza emojis are being used as a secret code by pedophiles to communicate on social media sites such as Instagram and Twitter.
More than 100 volunteer parents have banded together to hunt down and report social media accounts using the pizza and cheese emojis to signal they are sharing sexualised images of children, in a bid to evade detection by the social media giants.
Members of the parents’ group told The Telegraph they often found such accounts sharing images of children taken in family settings like on the beach, which appeared to have been stolen from the parents’ social media profiles.
The parents’ group was started by a 27-year-old executive assistant in London who goes by the name India, and has asked The Telegraph not to use her surname.
India stumbled across the child image accounts on social media. The accounts often signaled what they were doing by using cheese and pizza emojis, to represent child porn (CP). India then created ProtectPD pages on Twitter and Instagram, dedicated to naming accounts that are sharing child images, so her followers can report them en masse to Instagram and Twitter. She said:
“I couldn’t just scroll past it as at the end of the day these are people’s children. There are pictures of little boys aged five or six on the beach in their swimming trunks and chances are that picture was taken by their parents on their holiday. Somehow that picture has gotten into their [pedophiles’] hands.”
John Carr OBE, an online child protection expert who formerly sat on the UK government’s Council for Internet Safety, described the phenomenon as “horrifying” and said social media giants had to do more to hunt down and delete the child-porn accounts. He said:
“It is understandable that parents want to share pictures of their children with friends and relatives, but if their social media accounts are not private these photos can be seen – and taken – by anyone. This is about parents not thinking because they are not aware that these bad guys are out there doing this.”
Spokesmen for Instagram and Twitter told The Telegraph that they have a zero tolerance policy for child sexual exploitation content, that they are committed to doing everything they can to keep child porn off their apps, and that they “remove accounts that share or solicit this type of content and report them to the police.” Blah, blah, blah.
The discovery of pedophiles using pizza and cheese emojis to communicate with each other on social media prompted a former UK government child safety advisor to warn parents to avoid sharing images of their children openly on social media in case they are stolen and traded online.
Last October I did a blog post about British F1 race car driver Lewis Hamilton. He was intent on lecturing us about going vegan to “save the planet.”
His exact words: “Adopting a vegan diet is the only way to truly save our planet.”
Apparently participation in an industry that contributes total yearly carbon emissions of 256,551 tons (not including fans’ transport to races) doesn’t contribute to the planet being destroyed.
So Hanilton has to ignore facts and continue on with his virtue signaling.
On August 13 he tweeted the following, while cruising around in his gas-guzzling boat:
“Took the day off on Tuesday, a day for myself and no phone, no training, just me and Roscoe on the water. I had time to reflect on where we are in the world today, everyday I see something upsetting happening, people being abused, people suffering… /1
… oceans and forest’s being destroyed. 2020 is such a heavy year. But it gives me hope seeing people come together, fighting for justice and doing more for our planet and the people in it. I’m sending you all positive waves, keep pushing and inspiring those around you /2”
Took the day off on Tuesday, a day for myself and no phone, no training, just me and Roscoe on the water. I had time to reflect on where we are in the world today, everyday I see something upsetting happening, people being abused, people suffering… /1 pic.twitter.com/mugerKPKKO
Below are excerpts from Sherelle Jacobs, “The lack of evidence lockdowns actually worked is a world scandal,” The Telegraph, May 28, 2020. I supplied the bold and color emphasis:
We have detonated the global economy to pursue a lockdown experiment that may not have worked, according to the latest evidence. This diabolical revelation should be a world scandal….
The broadcast media is more interested in scalping lockdown flouters than questioning whether shutdowns have served any useful purpose. World-class studies that suggest lockdown did not alter the pandemic’s course are mysteriously vanishing into internet obscurity on first contact with the official narrative. Our greatest minds have resorted to unpicking the issue on offbeat YouTube webinars. No global NGO or lockdown country has launched an investigation into their impact.
This is a scandal so overwhelming that there is only one good place to start: the evidence as it stands…. [I]n Britain, infections may have peaked a week before lockdown, according to Prof Carl Heneghan of Oxford University, with daily deaths in hospitals plateauing a fortnight after it was introduced. We are not an anomaly: peak dates across Europe also seem to confound the official theory.
Don’t just take my word for it. A University of the East Anglia study posits that Europe’s “stay-at-home policies” were not effective. A JP Morgan investigation suggests the virus “likely has its own dynamics” which are “unrelated to often inconsistent lockdown measures”.But such insights have failed to induce even the vaguest quiver of serious mainstream debate.
Nobel prize-winning bio-physicist Michael Levitt has fared little better, despite his valiant one-man effort to expose the inconvenient truth about Covid numbers. He has claimed, sensationally, that the modelling that justified lockdown made the fatally incorrect assumption that Covid-19’s spread is continuously exponential. In fact, his research has found an uncanny pattern across numerous countries whereby the virus grows exponentially for two weeks, before slowing seemingly irrespective of lockdown and social distancing measures.
In a more sensible world, such findings might stir thoughtful debate about whether Covid was burning out naturally before lockdowns began. It might also prompt a global effort to put other pieces of the puzzle together – for example, establishing whether there is a correlation between countries with high death rates and countries that failed to protect care homes. (They make up half of fatalities in Belgium, which has suffered the worst Covid death toll per capita).
But as the holes in Project Lockdown multiply, its advocates flap incoherently to keep their theory afloat…where the goal of lockdown lurches from “flattening the curve” to staving off a “second wave” – to, apparently, averting the first wave’s “second peak”….