by Shane Trejo, Big League Politics:
Nick Martin hopes to bully and intimidate those guilty of wrongthink with his new effort.
Left-wing journalist Nick Martin, who has written for the Soros-funded Talking Points Memo and Southern Poverty Law Center, is opening a blog next year to doxx and profile supposed right-wing “extremists.”
Martin is starting The Informant because “emboldened hate groups and so-called ‘lone wolves’ are menacing and killing Americans” and that the “public urgently needs better information and intelligence into the scope of the crisis and what’s fueling it.” He has the support from radical anti-American Islamic groups for his new propaganda project.
“As someone who is on the ground and whose community is under very real threat by violent hate groups – I truly appreciate the work Nick has been doing for years to help track and gain an understanding of these groups,” said Imraan Siddiqi, the executive director for the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) in Arizona.
Martin’s work with the SPLC helped to demonize activists with Patriot Prayer and the Proud Boys for standing up against ANTIFA terrorists. He also painted members of the Patriot Movement as violent threats, encouraging federal enforcement to target them for exerting their 1st Amendment rights.
“This is going to be a one-person operation for the foreseeable future,” Martin said to the Arizona Mirror about his new project. “I’m committed to making The Informant a home for independent, original journalism free from the constraints of advertisers or big donors.”
Martin eventually plans to force his subscribers to pay for his intelligence briefings against the vast right-wing conspiracy that he and his fellow travelers have dreamed up.
“It’s still a work in progress,” he said, “I’m sure that in those first few months I’ll figure out what works and what doesn’t, and I’ll change my game plan along the way.”
He is hoping to cash in on the hate hoax craze that Democrats refuse to admit exists. Hundreds of hate crimes have been reported since the election of President Trump and then were later exposed to have been promulgated to influence public opinion. Despite their obviously phony nature, charlatans like Martin act as if these hate crimes are authentic because their radicalized leftist constituents who are divorced from reality eat it up.