72 year old Edward Stolper lives in a condominium development that’s filled with Jews.
His presence apparently offended the Jews and likewise, as he doesn’t care much for God’s Chosen People.
It’s possible his Jewish neighbors framed him on having an arson plan to burn down the building where he lived. As you know, Jews have been known to frame people, exaggerate, etc. when it comes to claiming that they’re victims of antisemitism. Then again, it seems likely that he was serious about roasting a building full of Jews.
A man with an apartment full of swastikas and Nazi memorabilia damn near blew up a Miami Beach condo building yesterday, according to Miami Beach Police, who say they arrived literally minutes before 72-year-old Walter Edward Stolper lit the Pavilion Residences at 5601 Collins Ave. on fire. Officers said they got there shortly before 4 p.m. yesterday to find that Stolper had already begun spraying gasoline around the building and had brought padlocks to lock down the building’s fire hoses and ensure the place burnt to the ground with people inside.
The crap being hurled at our hero Steve King is over the Tweet you see above.
Like Republican Rep. King, I’ve used numerous Mark Collett Tweets in posts without realizing that I was sinning by posting Tweets from a Nazi. Mark sure is shy about his Nazism. I thought he was a Trump supporter who opposes illegal immigration.
Every Trump supporter is a Nazi.
We are all Nazis now.
The attack on Steve is fake news bullsh*t, a manufactured story.
A Harvard-educated fact-checker for the New Yorker is being excoriated by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency for “baselessly slandering” a Marine veteran — by falsely accusing him of having a Nazi tattoo, according to reports.
If the flyer on the telephone pole above is representative, it appears that some Phoenix, Arizona, residents can’t deal with facts.
I don’t see “Gas the kikes.” I do see factual claims that a curious open mind would want to check out for truth.
Part of our job as good propagandists is to be able to open people’s minds to the truth, whether that truth favors our cause or not. Most of the time the truth will favor so-called Nazis or White Nationalists or fascists or whatever they want to call us.