jack posobiec twitter During the presidential campaign, Jack Posobiec tweeted a lot of derogatory statements about his opponents. But he also liked and supported Donald Trump. Now, the alleged Trump supporter is facing criticism for tweets that mocked the Holocaust and used the number 14 and 88.
infamous for derogatory claims about his opponents
Despite being in the business of selling fake news, Jack Posobiec has managed to make a splash with his Twitter feed. The 33-year-old Navy veteran and writer has 181,000 followers and a Periscope account. He’s also managed to make his mark with his “Stop the Steal” slogan, which has been widely deployed across Facebook pages.
Posobiec’s Twitter feed is not a secretive, dark place, as evidenced by his White House credentials and Oval Office photo op. Throughout his career, he has made dishonest attempts to disparage Hillary Clinton, but that’s not his only sin.
He’s also been known to make claims that are a bit gimmicky. For instance, he has claimed to have pushed the pizzagate conspiracy, which involved a man driving from North Carolina with a gun to investigate whether Hillary Clinton ran a child sex ring in a pizza shop. He has also been known to claim that Huma Abedin is a Muslim Brotherhood stooge.
used the numbers 14 and 88 in tweets
During the campaign, Jack Posobiec, host of the pro-Trump One America News network, pushed a series of disinformation campaigns and conspiracy theories, including claims that “Pizzagate” and the Democratic Party was running a child sex dungeon in Washington, D.C. He also promoted white vigilantism, such as the claim that antifa was responsible for derailing a train in Tacoma, Washington.
Posobiec’s Twitter account has been cited as one of the key figures in the alt-right conspiracy theories, such as the claim that Russians hacked the Democratic Party’s emails, killing Democratic donor Seth Rich. While these theories are unproven, they have been embraced by President Trump’s inner circle.
Posobiec’s tweets have been widely amplificationd by President Trump, and it’s unclear whether they actually constitute factual reporting. However, there are indications that Posobiec’s account has been used for malicious purposes, and has been a target of Jewish groups.
mocked the Holocaust
Activist Jack Posobiec has ties to far-right extremists in the United States and Europe. He has a history of harassing and threatening Jewish journalists, and has appeared at events with white nationalists. He has also been accused of mocking the Holocaust on Twitter.
Posobiec has had a history of collaborating with Polish far-right extremists. He has also been associated with white nationalists, including Richard Spencer and Lyndon McLeod. He has ties to the Proud Boys, a neo-Nazi group. He has also been associated with the Proud Boys’ founder, Roger Stone.
In April 2017, Twitter verified Posobiec’s Twitter account. It has also been revealed that Posobiec has a history of false information campaigns and has links to white supremacist and Neo-Nazi groups. ADL, a group that specializes in tracking white nationalist activity, has released research on the alt-right movement.
likes Trump and supports Trump
During the presidential campaign, pro-Trump Twitter users like Jack Posobiec pushed several conspiracy theories. This was despite the fact that there is little evidence to support them.
The Pizzagate conspiracy theory holds that Hillary Clinton was running a pedophile ring from a pizza restaurant. This theory was backed up by a man who drove from North Carolina with a gun to investigate. In the end, the conspiracy was disproved by independent security experts.
Another theory that Posobiec promoted was that Seth Rich, a former DNC staffer, was killed for leaking emails to Wikileaks. This theory was also disproved by independent security experts.
In the same way, Posobiec has promoted emails leaked to 4chan of then-candidate Emmanuel Macron. Some messages also mention taking up arms.
Jack Posobiec has also been known to yell, “blood of Steve Scalise,” in reference to a Virginia baseball field shooting. He has also promoted other conspiracy theories, including the idea that the Democratic Party is involved in human trafficking.
has not revealed the identity of his son
Until recently, Jack Posobiec was a Washington correspondent for right-wing Rebel Media. But after white nationalist Jason Kessler accused him of plagiarism, The Rebel dismissed him. And then, Posobiec started publicly working with an anti-government extremist group called Oath Keepers, which has been linked to multiple murders.
Posobiec has also been involved in a series of disinformation campaigns. After Trump was elected, he promoted the #MacronLeaks operation, which was backed by Russian intelligence. It was a hacking operation that distorts mundane emails to look more consequential. The Russian operation also targeted Hillary Clinton campaign manager John Podesta.
In May 2017, Posobiec reached over a hundred thousand followers on Twitter. He also published a book, called The Antifa.
A few months later, Posobiec appeared with white nationalists at an event. He also wore a pro-Trump “Lion Guard” pin.