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Millie Weaver from Infowars has been arrested.

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posted on Aug, 17 2020 @ 08:11 PM
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a reply to: AugustusMasonicus

What exactly do you mean by criminal justice reform?




posted on Aug, 17 2020 @ 08:27 PM
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a reply to: KansasGirl

Reducing overcriminalization and eliminating for-profit prisons to start.



posted on Aug, 17 2020 @ 09:07 PM
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I just want to say moving forward, when it comes to interaction with the police because of domestic issues, people need to try to avoid involving the police, or after everything cools off anybody could could have this type of nasty business.
I bet her mom is sorry she did what she did now. There was talk of her losing her grand-kids into foster care taken away from her daughter, she won't want that.

No matter how mad you are at your kids/parents/spouse think twice before you call 911, because it opens up a huge can of worms you can't get back, and most people are sorry they did after tempers cool down.
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posted on Aug, 17 2020 @ 10:34 PM
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originally posted by: UKTruth

originally posted by: game over man

originally posted by: PapagiorgioCZ
It's like a spit in the face with all the robbery cases and riots going on every day.
It may seem too little, too late but these parasites will have no advocate on judgement day.
Justice will be served eventually


A spit in the face meaning they didn't stand on her neck or shoot her or taze her to death like they do to so many people everyday for decades?


Yeah, she wasn't a whacked out drug addict and criminal resisting arrest.


So innocent black people are whacked out drug addict criminals?



posted on Aug, 18 2020 @ 12:28 AM
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My take, if anyone gives a damn--

It was an interesting doc, BUT

1) It's hard to follow for the uninitiated. It feels like a first draft at best. I need more synthesis, and a better presentation. It's hardly groundbreaking, focused, or an epiphany to behold.

2) It's a little hard to follow, and a bit uninteresting for those already in-the-know. We already knew all this shiz was going on, but the whistleblowers can't even put into laymen's terms what it is the shiz that's going on, or why it matters...leaving us a little befuddled. Frankly, it's almost boring and less-than informative.

3) Either way you slice it, it's an important, yet benign, jab to the shadowgate/ deepstate/ TPTB/ whatever conspiracy. It was lacking in many areas, but perhaps I missed some supplemental material to put it into the greater picture it deserves. Impact and intent is the key, and I didn't quite get the climactic achievement I expected from this doc. Frankly, it was a letdown.

The burglary thing and arrest was an obvious discredit tactic, an attack on her character. Though the overall impotence of this documentary makes me wonder why the journalist needed discrediting in the first place. She had the smoking gun and basically threw it in the power wash.

I already believed in a shadowgate and deepstate initiative. This documentary did nothing to substantiate my belief in this.

My worthless 2 cents anyways. *shrug*

May justice prevail for the reporter though.






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posted on Aug, 18 2020 @ 04:18 AM
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Millie Weaver is FREE: GoFundMe organizer Ezra Levant explains arrest of independent journalist


Ezra Levant from Rebel Media is the one who setup the gofundme page. He talks about some of the process he went through and some communications with the family. He is also willing to provide the bond money personally in the interim while all the processing and passwords get setup for Millie.

He has done similar work for 4 other journalists in trouble and not supported by usual journalist protections. He has not gone into Shadow Gate or the charges against Millie. He does like the work Millie has done in the past and found the circumstances around the arrest troubling. How the CPS case was scheduled before Millie and the others got their time before the judge raises some questions.

Word came through on the case during this presentation, good news. The family will be reunited by dinner time.

The clip of Millie at the end of the video shows her courage and talent in street reporting.



posted on Aug, 18 2020 @ 04:21 AM
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originally posted by: KansasGirl
a reply to: SoulSurfer

I watched it. My question to you and others in this thread: what did she reveal in this docu, that we didn’t already know? I’m not poo-pooing her or the documentary at all. I’m asking so I can understand the situation better. What’s new?

Thanks all!


She revealed that the real people pushing the buttons are private companies. Presidents like Obama also partook on this spying, but it seems that Obama was another marionette for the globalists.

This documentary also shows us that "a lot of leaks are staged," and even Edward Snowden was purposely leaked. Probalby to hide the real people/companies behind this whole thing. Snowden blamed President Bush, under which he says this started, and then he said Obama expanded on it to include all Americans being spied. What Snowden told us was enough truth but it wasn't the whole truth, which he should have known. These companies presented in the documentary are the real leaders pushing the buttons and moving all the "chess pieces."

It makes sense, more so when the UN wants to install " joint governance based on a combination of stakeholder theory, which is derived from corporate governance, and of UNESCO ' s priorities in the field of governance..." In other words the globalists have taken over certain private companies, and through these companies they want to govern the entire world. Which is fascism. A branch of socialism.









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posted on Aug, 18 2020 @ 04:32 AM
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BTW, not sure if anyone else has posted this, but Millie's mother told us the reason why Millie and her husband are also accused of "domestic violence," AND possibly the "robbery."

Here is what Millie's mother, Felicia McCarron, says about this.


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This is Millie's mother... It's my cell phone worth about $50, that she took during a family dispute that happened months ago when I was in Ohio visiting my family. She took it because I had my phone on record during an argument we were having. We resolved the issue immediately and I dropped all charges right after it happened before I left Ohio ... because it was a gross misunderstanding and no harm was done. All families have their disagreements...especially during a quarantine…. I am shocked my family was arrested after I told the police to drop all charges months ago. I had a general affidavit of non prosecution notarized today and I spoke with the police chief, who told me I could not do anything until Monday morning [August 17] and my daughter, son and her boyfriend have to stay in jail over the weekend. I am extremely upset... this is not what I wanted to happen. I think they have a lot bigger fish to fry… makes me think this might have been done to prevent her from coming out with some political information she is covering. There was no reason for this.
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Millie Weaver faces her first court hearing this morning after being arrested and jailed last Friday

I am thinking whomever demanded for Millie's arrest, and her husband, thought that they could threaten/scare Millie into not publishing the documentary. But it blew in their faces when Tore, whom is no idiot, published the documentary.

Now we know the charges are really fake, and the arrest did happen. It wasn't a stunt like some dumba$$ liberal political hacks (they are no reporters) tried to claim.





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posted on Aug, 18 2020 @ 06:20 AM
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Change of Plans



I wanted to take a moment to address some things that happened today in this video. I've been riding my Harley from Austin, TX and it's hard for me to follow everything, but someone thankfully sent me a link to Alex Jones' interview with Roger Stone. Wow, Alex Jones just fabricated me saying things that anyone could literally go back to my interview with him and see he's lying, but that didn't matter to him. Go figure, I literally told Alex I was as surprised as anyone that I would be at Infowars, but that after everyone else, (Pirro, Carter, Bongino...) screwed me, it was my last hope. Wow, was I wrong about that.

So, as I explain in the video, I'm worried my pissed off attitude is going to get Millie, Gavin and others I actually respect in trouble, and I don't want that to happen, so, now that Millie and Gavin are free, I've changed my travel plans.


Patrick was on his way to support Millie, almost made it when word came through of her release. Has decided to head back to Washington DC and have another round at the Senate Intelligence Committee. Was about a year ago last time he tried.




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posted on Aug, 18 2020 @ 07:35 AM
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originally posted by: NarcolepticBuddha
Either way you slice it, it's an important, yet benign, jab to the shadowgate/ deepstate/ TPTB/ whatever conspiracy. It was lacking in many areas, but perhaps I missed some supplemental material to put it into the greater picture it deserves. Impact and intent is the key, and I didn't quite get the climactic achievement I expected from this doc. Frankly, it was a letdown.

The burglary thing and arrest was an obvious discredit tactic, an attack on her character. Though the overall impotence of this documentary makes me wonder why the journalist needed discrediting in the first place. She had the smoking gun and basically threw it in the power wash.


Excellent post.

It was a documentary that didn't hit hard because it didn't get to the bear bones.

Classic psyop, exposing information but only selectively.

Completely controlled narrative.

The documentary was so stale that the arrest was not there to discredit, but rather credit. To create a "Streisand effect". Everyone in alternative media will be looking at this documentary now, and who will people wanting the truth look for? Alex Jones and InfoWars. Controlled information and narrative.

The documentary scratches the surface, forget Alex Jones. Anyone looking for more information about this should search for Patrick Bergy, the guy who was actually in the documentary. He's already appeared on InfoWars and mentioned names and countries that made Alex Jones cringe. He's already come out and now thinks "Alex Jones is as dirty as I thought he was".

People should ignore the left v right clown show of American politics. People are being manipulated every step of the way.


"They are against Trump and for Trump, all they care about is what benefits them". Patrick Bergy



posted on Aug, 18 2020 @ 09:06 AM
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a reply to: kwakakev

Hang on ! Isn't that steele bloke saying there are flights going to bases that are up on Mars full of kidnapped & missing kids ? Yeah #, his opinion in this or anything is uber important & must be taken seriously ?! Is anyone over there not #ing cooked at present ?



posted on Aug, 18 2020 @ 09:53 AM
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originally posted by: AugustusMasonicus
a reply to: KansasGirl

Reducing overcriminalization and eliminating for-profit prisons to start.


I can get behind that.

Just making sure you weren’t talking about “defunding the police.”
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posted on Aug, 18 2020 @ 10:00 AM
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a reply to: NarcolepticBuddha

I agree. That’s why I asked the thread what the big deal was, because I didn’t catch anything that we didn’t already know- unless I missed something, which is always a good possibility.

And this is just a bitchy pet peeve, but how many times did she say “AKA?” Seriously, she said it at least 5 times. That’s poor and lazy writing.

Now that we know it was a family issue, the thought crossed my mind that this is just the kind of thing Alex Jones would use to get people up in arms. Use the confusion to make it seem like she was arrested because of her documentary.



posted on Aug, 18 2020 @ 10:14 AM
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a reply to: ElectricUniverse

That quote from the mother, which I think was a comment under a Youtube video, was posted earlier in the thread and didn’t make any sense then either.

She says her daughter, son and her boyfriend were arrested? What? Three people? Does Millie have an open marriage situation? What the hell? The mom can’t even put together a coherent comment, if it really was the mom who wrote the comment.

And what a piece of work that mom must be. She says the phone wad worth $50. Who in the hell calls the police on her own daughter? Over anything, much less a $50 phone? What kind of unbalanced, crazy, vindictive crap is that? Clearly her mom is crazy.



posted on Aug, 18 2020 @ 10:15 AM
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originally posted by: game over man

originally posted by: UKTruth

originally posted by: game over man

originally posted by: PapagiorgioCZ
It's like a spit in the face with all the robbery cases and riots going on every day.
It may seem too little, too late but these parasites will have no advocate on judgement day.
Justice will be served eventually


A spit in the face meaning they didn't stand on her neck or shoot her or taze her to death like they do to so many people everyday for decades?


Yeah, she wasn't a whacked out drug addict and criminal resisting arrest.


So innocent black people are whacked out drug addict criminals?


resisting arrest is bad, mkay. it's kind of like when you are getting a ticket, screaming at the cop won't help you at all. being polite will. If you wish to fight the ticket, you do that in court. If you resist arrest, it makes the police angry, and they might do bad things to you. Sure you could video it, cut out the part where you resisted, and then claim the mean old popo hit you, but eventually, even that can get old.

But being disingenuous isn't a paying gig is it?



posted on Aug, 18 2020 @ 10:20 AM
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I think it only confirmed what most of us already think. But it did put some company names, and faces with all of it, so that part was of interest. I also appreciated how the whitleblowers had the correct terminology for the acronyms so their credibility was not in question, although like you stated, they didn't bring anything over the top ground breaking, just conformation.



posted on Aug, 18 2020 @ 10:35 AM
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originally posted by: KansasGirl
Just making sure you weren’t talking about “defunding the police.”


I would love to de-fun the police, work should be miserable for everyone, but I am 100% for eliminating their union.



posted on Aug, 18 2020 @ 10:58 AM
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My takeaways from watching 50-60% of the doco:

* having national intelligence personnel shuttling back & forth between the gov't, and many similar private entities dealing in data collection is BAD

* the "twinning" phenomena where the main NSA data stream captured and held in 72 hour windows for analysis (use in FISA warrants, etc) should be halted and deemed illegal. No private companies should have anything CLOSE to the same data feed the NSA gets, c'mon that is ethics and data privacy 101 matierl[i/]

* just about anybody on here with a pulse has long since suspected that gov't and affiliated gov't contractors have developed complex systems for influencing social media sentiment and falsifying/corrupting influencers

* seems like a lot of sophisticated counter-intel strategies, tools and techniques, after being fine-tuned abroad, are being applied to US citizens

Nothing in the picture was, to me, Earth-shattering, although the investigators got concrete proof about the forked tongue dealings of our CIA swamp creatuers, e.g. Brennan and gang

TL;DR modern, software enabled spy trade craft exists, and apparently some US officials have no compunctions using it domestically



posted on Aug, 18 2020 @ 03:28 PM
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a reply to: stosh64

I found this. I don't know if it's a reputable site. heavy.com... There is a mention of them both being arrested on the 14th.

Well now, updated. heavy.com... This says her brother also.

Again, sorry if this is not a good site. I have no idea.
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posted on Aug, 18 2020 @ 07:25 PM
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Who is Tore Maras-Lindeman? #shadowgate conspiracy data dredge #redstateradio #shadownet tore-says



Next on the list of people to look into is tour says. She seems to be supporting Patrick Bergeys arguments about the shadow net and adding her own spin and involvement in many conspiracy theories that haven’t been known. Sheppard claims that she knows that Seth rich was the person that leaked the Hillary Clinton emails and even says that she has access to them. Her history on the Internet is rather huge, she’s a nationally syndicated radio talkshow host. Today we’re gonna be looking at Mrs. Lindemann and trying to figure out what she’s really all about. Cation, this will shock you.


Defango does a dig into Tore and comes up with a few inconsistencies and ongoing legal issues. For someone that has worked closely with John Brennon I do expect some dodgy behaviour. I first came across Tore a few weeks ago and appreciate a lot of her work. Her heart seams to be in the right place, as for being stuck deep in the swamp I am glad it is not me.

Prescription for America: Dr Tore Lindeman & Pastor David Lankford


In this interview with Doug Hagmann from 3 years ago, Tore does a good, candid job in exposing the depths of medical data.




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