Faux News: Former candidate seeking Reform Party nomination Donald Trump “cuts aid to three Mexican countries” in Central America

In 2000, New York based professional TV wrestler, real estate and gambling magnate and Trump crime family boss Donald Trump unsuccessfully sought the nomination of the Reform Party (which had previously nominated Ross Perot and ended up nominating Patrick Buchanan) for president. The Reform Party was also known for having another professional wrestler, Jesse Ventura, serve as Governor of Minnesota. Trump later sought and won the nomination of the Republican Party, which started as a minor party in the 1850s.

It is reported that Trump is a long time admirer of the National Socialist German Workers Party and other autocratic, authoritarian and totalitarian parties around the world and a close associate of the United Russia Party of the Russian Federation and the Knights Party of the US.

Yesterday, March 31, 2019, the Faux News network, known to be closely associated with, supportive of, and obsessively watched by Donald Trump himself, reported that their Dear Leader Trump (known affectionately by his friends and family members as Cheeto Benito, Mango Mussolini and Agent Orange von Bonespur) has “cut aid to three Mexican countries” in Central America.

In other matters related to the Trump crime family and fake news

https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/infowars-host-alex-jones-blames-115415949.html

Infowars host Alex Jones admits Sandy Hook killings were real, blames ‘psychosis’ for his conspiracy claims

“”And I, myself, have almost had like a form of psychosis back in the past where I basically thought everything was staged, even though I’m now learning a lot of times things aren’t staged,” Jones says.

Jones also noted that the “trauma” of the media “lying so much” has caused him to distrust everything.

At one point, he said that as the story “matured he has had a chance to believe that children died” at Sandy Hook, but add there are “still real anomalies in the attempt to basically keep it blacked out that generally, when you see that in government, something is being covered up.

Jones also tried to explain his bent toward conspiracies by saying he grew up in a small town in Texas where he would “watch the police deal drugs and then conduct anti-drug programs in the school.”

“I was very anti-police until I grew up and learned more things, and now i’m pretty much pro police,” he said. “So it’s been a process.”

“So long before these lawsuits I said that in the past I thought everything was a conspiracy and I would kind of get into that mass group-think of the communities that were out there saying that,” Jones said. “And so now I see that it’s more in the middle. All right? So that’s where I stand.”

It was not the first time that the Austin-based Jones had to explain his online persona in a legal setting.

In a court battle with his ex-wife in 2017, in which he lost custody of his children, Jones’s lawyer explained his online ranting was not real.

“He’s playing a character,” attorney Randall Wilhite said during a pretrial hearing. “He is a performance artist.”

In an odd twist, though, even during the 10-day trial, in which he lost custody of his children, Jones would tell his online audience, “I am completely real and everybody knows it.”

His wife, Kelly Jones, however, has described him as out of control, according to the Austin American-Statesman. “He’s not a stable person,” she has said, according to the Statesman. “He broadcasts from home. The children are there, watching him broadcast.”

Among other claims, Jones has suggested that Hillary Clinton was running a pedophile ring out of a Washington D.C., pizza restaurant and has argued that a yogurt company, in hiring refugees, has brought “migrant rapists” and tuberculosis to areas near the factories.

In 2015, then-presidential candidate Donald Trump appeared on the InfoWars show to praise Jones, saying, “Your reputation is amazing. I will not let you down.”

In December, former Trump campaign adviser Roger Stone, who has hosted a show on InfoWars, settled a $100 million lawsuit accusing him of publishing lies on the program.”

Roger Stone has been involved with the Libertarian Party of Florida, and in 2010 was behind the creation of the Anti-Prohibition Party in New York State which ran Manhattan Madam Kristin Davis for Governor after the Libertarian Party of New York gave its nomination to current IPR owner Warren Redlich. LPNY narrowly missed getting the 50,000 signatures to become a major party in New York state for the first time that year. They finally hit that benchmark for the first time in 2018 with gubernatorial nominee Larry Sharpe. According to the wikipedia article linked above, in September 2014 Kristin Davis was sentenced to two years in prison for drug dealing.

Stone, a self-described dirty trickster political operative for Trump, Nixon, Reagan and the Bushes among others, was a partner in Black, Manafort and Stone (BMS), a political consulting and lobbying firm. Per wikipedia “Because of BMS’s willingness to represent brutal third-world dictators like Mobutu Sese Seko in the Republic of the Congo and Ferdinand Marcos in the Philippines, the firm was branded “The Torturers’ Lobby”. BMS also represented a host of high-powered corporate clients, including Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp, The Tobacco Institute and, starting in the early 1980s, Donald Trump.” Paul Manafort, a business partner of Stone in BMS, was the campaign manager for Trump crime family boss Donald Trump. He is currently in prison serving 73 months on a variety of charges related to the conduct of the Trump campaign and may be facing additional charges, as is Stone.

Black Manafort & Stone ex-client Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp owns the fake news outlet Faux News which spread the fake news about “three Mexican countries”.

The Libertarian Party of Florida, most recently best known for its association with Roger Stone as well as National Socialist Movement card carrying member, stage speaker and Charlottesville Unite the Right torch burning rally alt right organizer and self-proclaimed unconquerable God-Emperor Augustus Invictus, will be holding a cross-burning in conjunction with its annual convention in Tampa on May 3-5.

A reader whose name we misplaced comments “I don’t know who any of those guys are, but the first one looks like he just got abducted by aliens, the second looks like he hangs out in high school parking lots, and the one on the far right looks like an 80s white supremacist movie villain.” In reality they are Libertarians for Trump founder Walter Block, neo-secessionist League of the South co-founder Tom Woods, and Jeff “Blood and Soil” Deist, president of the Mises Institute.

Learn more about current LPF leadership at http://archive.is/t5jC7

8 thoughts on “Faux News: Former candidate seeking Reform Party nomination Donald Trump “cuts aid to three Mexican countries” in Central America

  1. paulie Post author

    Sadly , none of this was a deliberate joke as far as I know. I did allow myself to quasi-editorialize more than I would any other day of the year but that’s about it.

  2. paulie Post author

    Correction, one part was exaggerated:

    “The Libertarian Party of Florida, most recently best known for its association with Roger Stone as well as National Socialist Movement card carrying member, stage speaker and Charlottesville Unite the Right torch burning rally alt right organizer and self-proclaimed unconquerable God-Emperor Augustus Invictus, will be holding a cross-burning in conjunction with its annual convention in Tampa on May 3-5. ”

    While most of this is true, I have not heard of any actual plans for a literal cross-burning in conjunction with the LPF convention, and as far as I know, if there are any actual KKK members who will be in attendance they will be in plain clothes, not KKK regalia.

    Sadly, it’s so close to being literally true that not only was no one apparently fooled but hardly anyone seems to have even noticed. It almost seemed so matter of fact that one may have wondered why a publication would even bother to mention something so routine.

  3. paulie Post author

    Jon-Luc Tesky
    posted on FB

    Today April 1, 201[9], I announce my candidacy for Chair of the Libertarian Party of Florida. We are at a crossroads. In 2014 and 2016, we had statewide candidates, we had a growing membership, and we were politically relevant. In 2017, Marcos Miralles was elected Chair, and reversed our course.

    In 2018, we had no Statewide candidates, our membership is stagnant and inactive, and we are officially irrelevant on the Florida political scene. To top that off, under Marco’s watch, we lost $15000 due to fraud, and we were investigated by both the state of Florida and the federal government.

    The LPF has become a haven for the alt-right, and we have lost the principles that made our Party great. We need a new direction and new leadership. The current crop of candidates are uninspiring, ineffective, and part of the same Executive Committee that has lead our Party to irrelevancy.

    So, I am running for Chair to fix our Party. We need strong leadership with strong principles to reinvigorate our Party and stop the takeover by the alt-right. We need to have statewide candidates, and we need to inspire our members again.

    I have a long history of activism in this party, I pre-registered as a Libertarian, when I was 16 and joined my local affiliate when I was 18. I am currently the Vice Chair of the Polk County Libertarian Party. I’ve worked on both the Wyllie and Stanton campaign. I am a proven fundraiser.

    Vote for me to be chair of the Libertarian Party of Florida, and together we will end the stagnation, and make our party relevant again!

    LET THE LPF PROSPER!

  4. paulie Post author

    Me on FB:

    Run Jon-Luc run! I hope that “2018” part was not a tell that this was an April Fools joke but rather a simple typo. Discussed in comments at https://independentpoliticalreport.com/2019/04/faux-news-former-candidate-seeking-reform-party-nomination-donald-trump-cuts-aid-to-three-mexican-countries-in-central-america/ and https://independentpoliticalreport.com/2019/04/lighting-up-lawns-burning-up-liberty-libertarian-party-of-florida-convention-2019/ …may make a separate article post later if I have time and if I get confirmation you were not joking about running. – Paul Frankel, Secretary, Libertarian Party of Alabama

  5. paulie Post author

    Jon-Luc Tesky Paulie Cannoli It was a simple Typo, and It’s not an April Fools joke like the current state of the LPF.

    Paulie Cannoli Awesome. See comments on those IPR articles. Feel free to jump in, but there’s a comment lag issue so they may not show up immediately, but will eventually. Will make post when I get a chance; running late for work.

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