BLM and Proud Boys – funded by same operation?

by Horatio Bunce

“Until the FBI explains why BLM subversive John Sullivan, who video shows was (sic) the only armed member of ThE iNsUrReCtIoN, was released from their custody in <12hrs, assume that he was their asset and January 6th was their operation.

Prove me wrong.



If you aren’t familiar with John Sullivan, he was active within BLM in Utah and Oregon and was identified by the western “antifa” ranks as an agent provocateur. He has past ties to FBI. His is the video referred to here, showing the “capitol police officer” (or at least his cuff-link and bejeweled wrist) allegedly shooting unarmed military psyop division veteran  “Ashli Babbit” and the aftermath of fakery, destruction of the murder scene evidence by “trained professionals”, etc.

Take a look as even eyewitnesses there that day call them out as “actors”:

If John Sullivan, the Agitator at the Capitol, Is Not BLM/ Antifa, Who Does He Work For?

According to the article linked above, his brother James, “is a pro-Trump activist who helped organize the January 6 “Stop the Steal” rally in Washington, DC.  James is affiliated with the Proud Boys”. James Sullivan called for Black/ minority Republicans to confront Antifa at the city’s Black Lives Matter Plaza on January 6, which could have led to violence.  James Sullivan is the founder of the Utah-based ‘Civilized Awakening’ group that supports Trump’s agenda and is a sharp critic of Black Lives Matter.”

Gee, what are the odds his brother was organizing the “other” side?

“Raw footage filmed by [John] Sullivan inside the Capitol and published on his [John’s] personal YouTube channel shows him [John] in rapport with Trump supporters, even offering them his knife to get through a locked door. He urged the crowd to commit acts of violence.”

So by January 6th, John had moved from Antifa/BLM agent provocateur to Trump Rally provocateur – but he had prior experience playing both sides in the fake war:

“[John] Sullivan currently is in trouble in Provo, Utah, his hometown, where he is facing charges for inciting a riot and criminal mischief in July 2020 in a protest against police. He is accused of kicking vehicles, threatening motorists, and urging protesters to block traffic. A female driving an SUV was stopped by the protesters and shot by one of his associates. Blumenthal says the incident led to the formation of the Utah Citizen’s Militia and galvanized right-wing forces across the state. Days later, John organized a rally and armed militia members counter-protested across the street. John invited several members of the Proud Boys and militia activists to address his crowd, and has had other contact with the Proud Boys. Very strange behavior, indeed.

Conveniently: “Their father is a retired Army Lt. Col. whose name has been withheld at the request of several acquaintances of the family.

Folks need to wake up to the fact that the US Government alphabet agencies are embedded and acting as provocateurs in both left (antifa) and right (proud boys) organizations. Their coordinated false flags will continue to be used to erode liberty and employ even greater unconstitutional government controls.

Tennessee Republican Super-majority in Senate Judiciary Committee Refuse to Repeal Unconstitutional Law

by Horatio Bunce

One of my arguments regarding Tennessee law and upholding our constitutions, that is, to stop infringing upon the rights enumerated in our state and federal constitutions with current unconstitutional legislation in place, is that the legislation required to do this is quite simple. We do not need additional, new “laws” to codify these rights (such as Bill Lee’s Fake Constitutional Carry legislation which is not constitutional). Many issues can be corrected by simply repealing the existing unconstitutional (and therefore illegal) state laws on the books. This particularly applies in regards to the unconstitutional “law” Tenn. Code Ann. § 39-17-1307 which states that:


(1) A person commits an offense who carries, with the intent to go armed, a firearm or a club.


(A) The first violation of subdivision (a)(1) is a Class C misdemeanor, and, in addition to possible imprisonment as provided by law, may be punished by a fine not to exceed five hundred dollars ($500).
(B) A second or subsequent violation of subdivision (a)(1) is a Class B misdemeanor.
(C) A violation of subdivision (a)(1) is a Class A misdemeanor if the person’s carrying of a handgun occurred at a place open to the public where one (1) or more persons were present.

Of course, this “law” is a blatant violation of the 2nd Amendment to the U.S. Constitution – and in fact is in conflict with other existing unconstitutional “permit” law, such as Bill Lee’s Fake Constitutional Carry. How exactly does one carry a firearm (or club), even with a Fake Constitutional Carry permit, and not “go armed”? This is shoddy legal work, missing definitions and intentionally ambiguous such that I suppose any “law enforcement” officer or judge can decide for themselves what your “intent” is in keeping and bearing your arms. It makes a misdemeanor criminal of any and every person carrying a handgun in public where one or more persons is present. Well duh, it takes at least one person to carry the weapon. Really brilliant “law” work here. The state of Tennessee is currently in the criminal position of depriving residents of  Constitutional rights with this “law”.

There was a bill in current legislative session, SB1391, sponsored by Sen. Janice Bowling that would repeal this unconstitutional “law” while leaving the other provisions within the section prohibiting firearm possession by convicted felons, etc. I.e., it would remove the unconstitutional portion infringing on the right to keep and bear arms and stop criminalizing the act of non-felons exercising a constitutional right. This is actually REQUIRED by the U.S. Constitution and those taking oaths to defend the Constitution, uphold it, etc. should be pursuing this sort of action.

So, what did the 7-1 Republican Super-majority Senate Judicial Committee do with the bill? Not a damn thing. They wouldn’t even make a motion to discuss it. Here are the parties involved:

Mike Bell (R), Dawn White (R), Paul Rose (R),  Todd Gardenhire (R), Sara Kyle (D), Jon Lundberg (R), Kerry Roberts (R), John Stevens (R).  Katrina Robinson (D) was not present, so the Republicans enjoyed a 7-1 majority and wouldn’t move on restoring constitutional rights.


Link to video here:


Mike Bell does some tap dancing at the end to explain that somehow there was a mix-up on an amendment that was pulled right before noon, so the OIG office was told to not bother testifying on this bill and now they would want to, blah, blah, blah. What difference does it make? IT’S UNCONSTITUTIONAL. IT IS CRIMINAL FOR THIS GOVERNMENT TO KEEP DOING IT. IT SHOULD BE REPEALED. Who cares what the OIG says? Besides, if you will pay close attention to the first of the video, Janice states that drafting code 4096 amendment makes the bill. There are no Senate amendments listed for this bill. So is there an amendment or not? Since the General Assembly website still shows ZERO amendments on the Senate bill, is there zero, one (as declared by Bowling) or two (as implied by Bell)? Once again, Tennesseans are kept in the dark about legislators’ backroom discussions, side deals, required amendments to “get your bill through”, dog and pony show testimonials from various lobbyists against the people, etc. such as the Tennessee Sheriff’s Association. Many times we cannot even see the amendments that are being read and debated live by committees. Those who have attempted to track the sausage-making in Nashville are familiar with how impossible it is at times to even be informed on legislation before it is voted upon – let alone contact the legislators about to vote on your behalf. This bill, however, is quite simple. There should be no deals required. Republicans not making a motion on this bill feigning wanting to give a state agency with financial conflict of interest to keep infringing on constitutional rights is no excuse.

Tennessee Republicans have enjoyed a supermajority for over TEN YEARS with no impediments to these types of corrections EXCEPT FOR REPUBLICANS. They cannot blame the Democratic party. The fault lies with the Republicans. Also note that the typical “fiscal note” was attached to this bill declaring that the state would lose millions of dollars if they cannot continue to infringe on constitutional rights of law-abiding, non-felon gun owners.  These criminal protection racket fiscal notes are continually attached to bills seeking to restore 2nd amendment rights to Tennesseans. It is just too expensive for government to let go of their criminal infringement taxes. This is nothing less than constitutional right-abridging theft by our state government and is not an excuse to continue unconstitutional infringements. State government has been controlled by a super-majority of Republicans for over 10 years now. How much of your life is left to keep waiting on them? It appears that all seven of these members might need to go.  At least they should make a show of a 4-3 split and keep playing the “we need to close our private political party primaries so the RINOs don’t keep getting elected by us” game. 

Another Autonomous Vehicle Technology success story for Brian “Google shill” Kelsey


by Horatio Bunce

Senator Brian Kelsey sponsored special interest legislation on behalf of Google in 2015 that prohibits any county or local governmental body from regulating driverless robot cars. Here is the latest example of many Tesla crashes where nobody was behind the wheel except the  “autonomous vehicle technology”.  Maybe it will take one of these robot car crashes occurring on his cul-de-sac or killing a friend or family member for the reality to hit home. Elon Musk doesn’t have anything to worry about in Tennessee. The Republican super-majority has already taken care of it.

via ZeroHedge:

NHTSA, NTSB To Probe Deadly Tesla Model S Crash With No Driver

Here we go again.

While the NHTSA continues to sit idly by and allow Tesla to continue to beta test its “Autopilot” and “Full Self Driving” features on public roads, yet another two men are dead after a Tesla crash where no one was reported to have been in the driver’s seat at the time.

The Tesla slammed into a tree near Hammock Dunes Place in the Houston Area, a local NBC affiliate reported. The wreck was in the “Carlton Woods subdivision near the Woodlands,” the report says.

According to authorities, “the vehicle failed to negotiate a cul-de-sac turn, ran off the road and hit the tree.”

Of the two occupants, one was seated in the passenger seat of the front of the car while the other was seated in the passenger seat of the back of the car. 

NBC says it is “trying to determine whether the vehicle may have been in automatic driving mode due to the victims’ seating, but that information is not available yet.”

While we will also wait for further information before passing judgement, it would see to echo an influx of videos and Instagram posts showing Tesla owners sitting in various parts of their vehicles – anywhere but the drivers’ seat – while the car barrels forward in Autopilot or FSD mode.

And stop us if you’ve heard this one before: A reported 23,000 gallons of water needed to be used to extinguish the flames because the Tesla’s battery “kept reigniting”.

Meanwhile we continue to hear nary a word from the NHTSA regarding the potential (mis)use of Tesla’s Autopilot features. Perhaps when the family member of someone close to the agency, or congress, is involved, the agency will change its tune. Until then, they show no signs of being sweet on Elon Musk and letting him continue to beta test whatever features he likes on normal roads.”


The Thing about Speeding: NMA E-Newsletter #627

By guest writer Eric Peters

The problem with speed limits is they’re arbitrary and presumptive.

A velocity maximum is decreed, and you are presumed a threat to others if you exceed it. Almost everyone understands this is silly—else almost everyone would not “speed” routinely. Most of us do not play Russian roulette, for instance, irrespective of any laws forbidding it, because we don’t need to be threatened with a ticket to refrain from putting a loaded gun to our heads.

Almost everyone understands that driving five, ten mph, or even faster than above whatever the speed limit is isn’t like that. That “breaking” the speed limit is like stepping on sidewalk cracks and not likely to break your momma’s back. It is why few feel shame or guilt when “caught” going faster than the speed limit. Indeed, the opposite is likely true. Drivers resent being extorted by the courts and insurance mafia over something we know caused no harm and was not likely to cause harm.

Interestingly, this defeats the supposed purpose of speed limits if the purpose isn’t to pretextually fleece motorists.

Ostensibly, speed limits are posted—gird yourself—for “our safety.” It is an almost mathematical axiom that the very last thing intended is the plain meaning of those two words when you hear those two words.

An altogether different meaning is intended, which can be demonstrated by pointing out how useless speed limits are as information about how fast or not it is safe to drive on any given road, especially an unfamiliar one.

This ought to be the purpose of speed limits—advisory rather than arbitrary. Suppose limits convey useful information about speed in relation to the road ahead instead of the set-deliberately-below-the-speed most people drive on that road. More might actually drive the advisory speed limit. Inevitably, most drivers ignore the posted limits and see them as easy pickings for on-the-go tax collection.

Part of the problem is vocabulary.

A speed limit sounds like some engineering threshold, like an engine’s RPM limit. Exceed the redline, and engine damage is probable because the engine’s mechanical limits have been exceeded.

Most people take care not to exceed the redline because they know it has objective informational value, and they’d better pay attention to it.

But a speed limit is nothing like that. It is a statutory limit—something illegal to exceed because it has been so decreed but not necessarily harmful in and of itself.

It is obviously not an objective threshold beyond which danger lies, which is why most people do speed, regardless of any statute. General contempt for speed limits is universal, which undermines “our safety.”

It is not because people “speed,” but because the correlation between the signage and conditions is so tenuous that most of us ignore the signs unless police are in the vicinity. While some drive too slowly relative to the speed, the rest of us are driving to make sure that traffic does not needlessly bunch up when it could be flowing much more smoothly. This sets up a bizarre and irritating dynamic.

The speed limit obeyers are often taking a kind of righteous delight in their rigid obedience, which in their minds justifies not yielding to the drivers exceeding the speed limit because they are breaking the law!  While the “speeders” understandably get exasperated by the “slowpoke” ahead who is preventing them from driving at a speed they know isn’t dangerous, even if statutorily unlawful.

If “our safety” rather than our money is desired, the gov, perhaps, should post speed advisories with no fines attached.

This would benefit drivers not familiar with a given road by giving them a sound ballpark idea about how fast they ought to enter an unfamiliar curve, for instance. They would be given heed for the sake of safety as opposed to fear of a fine.

Because we have speed limits, people tend to either completely ignore them—knowing they can likely take the curve up ahead at ten or even twenty MPH faster than the sign says is “safe” (even at the risk of a ticket) because they have been driving that road and taking that curve every day for the past ten years at ten or even twenty MPH faster than the sign says is “safe.”

If a driver is not familiar with the road and has not taken the curve up ahead every day for the past ten years, they see the sign that says twenty-five MPH and creates a road hazard by driving preposterously slow for the curve. The next time they take that road, they’ll probably ignore the sign, like almost everyone else.

Motorists then habituate a combination of contempt for the signage as well as mindless obedience of signage irrespective of conditions, and neither is of much service to the cause of “our safety.” The entire regime is as counterproductive and cynical as it is profitable.

This explains why probably speed limits as absolute won’t end anytime soon.

Eric Peters lives in Virginia and enjoys driving cars and motorcycles. In the past, Eric worked as a car journalist for many prominent mainstream media outlets. Currently, he focuses his time writing auto history books, reviewing cars, and blogging about cars+ for his website

Editor’s Note: The opinions expressed in this newsletter are those of the author.


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Republican Governor Phil Scott employs Orwell’s 1984 for Vermont public schools

by Horatio Bunce

Republican Governor Phil Scott instructed  Vermont’s public schools to interrogate returning students today to determine whether they had enjoyed a holiday gathering with more than just their immediate family or whether they had traveled to gather with others for Thanksgiving. If the students snitch on their family, they will be forced to online classes only for 14 days or 7 days plus a negative Coronahoax test.

If the Coronahoax tests really work and mean anything, why can’t they just get one on Monday and go right back if they are negative? Why can’t the asymptomatic be assumed healthy until proven sick? We have done it that way for every other disease. Why are they assumed to be infected and must test, yet the rest of the allegedly asymptomatic “infected spreaders” in the school require no testing? Which junk science should they follow? Fauci’s new claim that children do not carry/spread Coronahoax, or that all asymptomatic people are infected carriers? In either case, Phil Scott and the State of Vermont are wrong with their new Family Snitch policy and will not protect “public health”.

Vermont Governor Directs Schools To Interrogate Students About Their Family’s Thanksgiving Activities

George Orwell describes this exact tactic in 1984:

“They had played a similar trick with the instinct of parenthood. The family could not actually be abolished, and, indeed, people were encouraged to be fond of their children in almost the old-fashioned way. The children, on the other hand, were systematically turned against their parents and taught to spy on them and report their deviations. The family had become in effect an extension of the Thought Police. It was a device by means of which everyone could be surrounded night and day by informers who knew him intimately.”

“Nearly all children nowadays were horrible. What was worst of all was that by means of such organizations as the Spies they were systematically turned into ungovernable little savages, and yet this produced in them no tendency whatever to rebel against the discipline of the Party. On the contrary, they adored the Party and everything connected with it… All their ferocity was turned outwards, against the enemies of the State, against foreigners, traitors, saboteurs, thought-criminals. It was almost normal for people over thirty to be frightened of their own children.”

There are many who are rightfully upset about turning public school students into Family Snitches. However, I would suggest many never noticed that the schools have been doing this for many years (See the D.A.R.E. program for example). They just didn’t worry about it because the children were being trained to snitch on those they saw as “bad” and if they weren’t doing “bad” things, they would have nothing to hide.

Why did the masks stop working in October? Just a coincidence?

by Horatio Bunce


The State of Tennessee has a Covid-19 dashboard site now that allows you to look at the trends for Coronahoax tests in each county. The graphs show the number of positive tests in gray, negative tests in a bluish color and the 7-day average of percentage of positive tests as a red line. The same graph format is used for each county, but the scale on the graph changes so that the scary red %positive trend line is always big and apparently the highest value at first glance. But, they use two different scales, the one on the left side is the % positive for the red line and the right side scale is the number of tests. You can move your cursor along the timeline at the bottom and see the actual numbers for each calendar day. I thought it might be interesting to see how the mask-mandated counties are looking compared to others. What you will see in nearly every county is a sudden ramp of positive case percentage beginning in last week of September into October.  Just as Coronahoax appeared to have nearly eradicated the flu and pneumonia in the spring (along with many other deadly diseases), I expect the “second wave” that was amazingly predicted for the never-been-seen-before Coronahoax, will be again attributing nearly all influenza “cases” as Coronahoax.

I have been expecting the typical, “influenza-like-illness” ramp up again this fall as soon as the “free” flu shots were getting pushed out. It turns out that injecting people with influenza creates widespread “influenza-like-illness” in your community. I believe the people receiving the flu shot who then immediately become symptomatic for a number of days are spreading the flu shot strain to the community around them. They spread it to their households and people they are in contact with. Kids take it to school and spread it throughout the school and typically at some point during the year, schools shut down for a week or more because of viral sickness. This happens every year. This never happened in Tennessee in the 1970’s-80’s when I was in K-12 schools. But we didn’t have “free” flu shots pushed by the government and big Pharma every year at taxpayer expense. No flu shot signs on every shopping center corner, no $5 bribes to get your flu jab. We also know that the flu shots give you a 36% greater chance of contracting another respiratory virus (besides the one you just injected yourself with) such as the Coronahoax. We knew this last fall when the Dept. of Defense study came out. The CDC then recommended high-dose (4x the normal dose) flu shots for all people over 65 years of age in the following weeks. It is unbelievable that anyone in “public health” is advocating flu shots at this point if they really believe the Coronahoax is deadly enough to justify shutting down society. The test graphs for most of the counties show this ramp which coincides with the roll-out of flu vaccines. It doesn’t care whether your county makes you wear a mask or not. When rising positive test rates are pointed out for the mask-mandated areas, they want to blame it on people not adhering to the mandated rules. When rates are low in non-mask areas, those same people want to point to population density and say the people are all spread out so they don’t spread the virus. Well, if the masks and social distancing work, how come these areas get this ramp at the end of September into October? Did every single one of the masked up areas suddenly rebel against the rules at the exact same time? Maybe, just maybe face diapers don’t protect you from a virus that was injected into your arm. And they don’t prevent you from shedding your flu shot virus to others.

Let’s look at a few examples:

Blount County: Note the ramp beginning in the end of September.







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Stop blaming the coronavirus!

More Senator Kelsey success – Driverless auto travelling at 90MPH – occupants asleep.

by Horatio Bunce


Good to know Sen. Kelsey thought it important that county/local folks have zero power to do anything about it. Important enough to sponsor Google’s “autonomous vehicle technology” bill to protect robot cars instead of us.

via ZeroHedge:

“I’m Speechless”: Police Chase Down Tesla On Autopilot Doing 90 MPH With Driver And Passenger Asleep

“Another day, another story of a horribly irresponsible Tesla owner “beta testing” the company’s Autopilot software while putting countless other lives at risk. And likely, another day the NHTSA in the U.S. will do nothing about it. Today’s story comes out of Canada, where a 20 year old man is facing charges for sleeping behind the wheel of a Tesla that was doing more than 90 mph. The RCMP was called when witnesses saw “a speeding Tesla electric car heading south of Edmonton, and what appeared to be no one behind the wheel,” according to NBCBoth front seats were fully reclined and both the driver and the passenger appeared to be asleep, according to the report. The car was doing about 87mph on a roadway with a posted speed limit of about 68mph. Police say that when chasing the Tesla down, it accelerated to more than 90mph as other drivers on the roadway pulled over after seeing the patrol car’s lights. RCMP Sgt. Darrin Turnbull said: “Nobody was looking out the windshield to see where the car was going. I’ve been in policing for over 23 years and the majority of that in traffic law enforcement, and I’m speechless. I’ve never, ever seen anything like this before, but of course the technology wasn’t there.”