Whitney Webb is a freelance journalist and researcher who covers intelligence, tech, surveillance and civil liberties, and she has a lot to say about the new “war” on domestic terror in the U.S.
In an interview with The Last American Vagabond, and with the help of video clips of recent political events, she outlines shocking details of what she describes as the FBI’s and federal government’s so-called response to the country’s rising domestic terror and anti-semitism.
The fear is real: People are afraid to express themselves verbally as well as socially, as in afraid to speak their minds on any political topic, or to participate in religious celebrations, or to wear clothes that would identify their beliefs. And, the blame on the ever-mysterious Q-Anon continues. But still, there is a movement going on behind the scenes that most people aren’t seeing, she says.
In an hour-and-a-half interview, Webb pulls the curtains on numerous “news” events — for example, the man shown in photos and videos wearing a Viking hat at the Capitol actually is a professional actor. In excruciating detail, Webb questions both right and left wing actions. From “bought” politicians to “crocodile tears” speeches in Congress, to the video of Capitol police opening the gates to let people in before the “riot” January 6, 2021, Webb bares it all.
Interestingly, if you watch this on YouTube, you have to check a black box before the video opens, that you “understand” the content “has been identified by the YouTube community as inappropriate or offensive to some audiences.”