Wild Protest: Invited Speakers & Featured Guests

The most recent version of WildProtest.com before the rioting on 2021-01-06 in Washington D.C. (Source: Wayback Machine) listed the following invited speakers and featured guests:

  1. Rep. Paul Gosar
  2. Ali Alexander
  3. Roger Stone
  4. Rep-Elect Marjorie Greene
  5. Scott Presler
  6. JennyBeth Martin
  7. Rep. Lance Gooden
  8. Rep-Elect Lauren Boebert
  9. Dr. Simone Gold
  10. State Rep. Vernon Jones
  11. CJ Pearson
  12. Eugene Yu
  13. State Rep. Mark Finchem
  14. State Sen. Doug Mastriano
  15. State Rep. Anthony Kern
  16. Ed Martin
  17. Brandon Straka
  18. Joe Flynn
  19. Shemeka Michelle
  20. Rose Tennent
  21. Michael Coudrey
  22. Alex Bruesewitz
  23. Kimberly Fletcher
  24. Melissa Tate
  25. Megan Barth
  26. Courtney Holland
  27. Ian Smith
  28. Matt Couch
  29. John Schlafly
  30. Jim Hoft
  31. Maggie VandenBerghe
  32. Austen Fletcher
  33. Rogan O’Handley
  34. Andrew Pollack
  35. Ricky Rebel
  36. Lucian Wintrich
  37. Jason Jones
  38. Rob Weaver
  39. Arina Grossu
  40. Tim Canova
  41. Sabo
  42. Rep Ted Budd
  43. Ryan Fournier
  44. Pastor Darrell Scott
  45. Abby Johnson
  46. Lance Wallnau
  47. Chandler Crump

See also in the WaybackMachine: MarchToSaveAmerica.com

Process Crimes

Roger Stone argues the FBI didn't need to be so tough on him because he's merely charged with "nonviolent process crimes."

"That's the point here!" Hannity replies. pic.twitter.com/dfHsweGXun

— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) January 29, 2019

This is why “process crimes” — like lying to the FBI — are crucial to our justice system, and not “made up” crimes as some suggest. Incentivizing people to provide investigators with truthful information ensures that cases proceed apace and evidence is uncovered without delay. https://t.co/YeZvCh1F9f

— Asha Rangappa (@AshaRangappa_) August 18, 2018

A note on so-called “process crimes.” Imagine if people could lie to investigators, tamper with witnesses, and obstruct justice without penalty. The justice system would grind to a halt. Process crimes are still crimes. Shame on those who try to minimize their significance.

— Josh Campbell (@joshscampbell) January 27, 2019

“The Power of Illegal Immigration to Manipulate Popular Sentiment”

Roger Stone, a longtime adviser to Donald Trump, is credited, along with fellow political consultant Sam Nunberg, in coming up with the idea to build a wall across the U.S.-Mexico border.

Donald Trump’s plan to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border did not come from security analysts following years of study or through evidence that a wall would reduce illegal immigration. Amazingly, for something so central to the current U.S. president, the wall came about as a “mnemonic device” thought up by a pair of political consultants to remind Donald Trump to talk about illegal immigration. […]

Inside Trump’s circle, the power of illegal immigration to manipulate popular sentiment was readily apparent, and his advisers brainstormed methods for keeping their attention-addled boss on message,

writes Joshua Green, author of Devil’s Bargain: Steve Bannon, Donald Trump, and the Nationalist Uprising. []

Stuart Anderson, Forbes, 2019-01-04

Where the idea for Donald Trump's wall came from: https://t.co/cSbeAgcT4e pic.twitter.com/CcVHp8C8k6

— Forbes (@Forbes) January 6, 2019


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