Author Archives: David

PATCON Update

The Patriot Conference at the Appalachian Network Community Center on September 29th and 30th is now closed for attendees. We have 48 people who will be attending this event from Florida, Tennessee, Georgia, South Carolina, New Mexico, North Carolina, Maryland … Continue reading

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Helpful Resources for Intelligence & Emergency Preparedness

Forward Observer is entering into its 5th year of blogging, instruction, and reporting on intelligence and security. Whether you’ve read our intelligence reports (or you’re interested in reading our regional intelligence summaries), taken our courses, or learned more through our … Continue reading

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MeToo Corollary

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So Much for Lady Liberty

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The DOJ Version of the Truth

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Twittered: When Telling the Truth Has Negative Consequences

This is the tweet @RealJamesWoods was locked for. Wouldn’t it be ironic if the “Streisand Effect” kicked in and it was retweeted 10,000 times? Retweet at your peril. @jack is watching… 👀#FREEJAMESWOODS pic.twitter.com/eIZpGkOk6A — Sara Miller (@Millerita) September 21, 2018

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Proof That Obama Is a Fool

Consider the following: Hillary Clinton sold our national security to Russia by giving them 20% of our uranium. Bill Clinton was paid exorbitant speaking fees by Russia for political considerations. The above two facts would allow Russia to blackmail a … Continue reading

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Ask Yourself

Is the presumption of innocence until proven guilty a basic tenet in our country? Is there a two-tiered justice system in our country? Has the Congress become irrelevant as individual citizens dictate conditions for attending a hearing in the Senate … Continue reading

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Follow the Money: Hillary Is Funding Antifa

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What Democrats Want Our Future to Be

.@POTUS: "I won't allow the United States of America to become the next Venezuela." pic.twitter.com/uiGskUr5KT — Fox News (@FoxNews) September 21, 2018

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There Will Come A Time

Do you know what news is? Does that term have a meaning? Today, news is really their propaganda or our propaganda, your choice. Their propaganda overwhelms our propaganda. Our propaganda is subject to terms dictated by them, because it has … Continue reading

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A Simple Proposal

One of America’s basic tenets is that someone is innocent until judged guilty by a jury of their peers. Unless the FBI, DOJ, assorted intelligence agencies or the pResident deems you to be an enemy of the state. There is … Continue reading

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Watch “Lies of Omission” for Free

Eric Holder is going to run for president in 2020. Watch this film FREE and ask Eric Holder to explain his role in Fast and Furious after hearing from the two men who broke the story. https://t.co/QxQe9VOnCE This is why… https://t.co/L1Z4wEo0RP … Continue reading

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The Sides Are Drawn

pic.twitter.com/JImjyp5kMa — Matthew Bracken❌ (@Matt_Bracken on GAB.ai) (@MattBracken48) September 19, 2018

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FBI, DOJ To Defy Trump Order; Redactions Planned As Top ‘Deep State’ Dems Demand Insubordination

Trump ordered the DOJ to release the text messages of former FBI Director James Comey, his deputy Andrew McCabe, now-fired special agent Peter Strzok, former FBI attorney Lisa Page and twice-demoted DOJ official Bruce Ohr. Also ordered released are specific pages from the FBI’s … Continue reading

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