WASHINGTON, D.C – Your correspondent hadn’t even planned to be there, but after a 5km run around the National Mall this morning, I happened on my friend Jack Posobiec, who was standing just yards away from famous funny man turned political activist Jon Stewart. We decided to ask him about the PACT Act he has been working towards, and why he can’t sit down with Republicans in Congress instead of hurling abuse at them over the broadcast media airwaves. What happened next, I suppose we should’ve expected. Stewart lost his temper, and later admitted to this, saying he thought we
Raheem Kassam and Jack Posobiec unleash the truth behind Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s January 6th “near death” claims. Make sure you’re subscribed on a podcast app and leave us a review!
The documentary “Antifa: Rise Of The Black Flags” is now available for streaming. The 1-hour film, which provides a “true history of the anti-government extremist group’s century of violence,” was produced by National Pulse Editor-in-Chief Raheem Kassam. Kassam, alongside Jack Posobiec and other right-wing journalists and activists, are featured in the film. Focusing on the group which has caused nationwide rioting and violence, which is expected to resurge following election night, the film comes from the Citizen Journalism Network. The film – which undermines the Democrat’s and mainstream media’s depiction of the group as “just an idea” – has already
(This is part two of our interview with Jack Posobiec. Read part one here.) JON SCHWEPPE: So we’ve heard about the “Great Meme War”. Obviously you were a part of that and developed quite a following — 160,000 followers on Twitter. How did that happen? You basically went from being overseas to being one of the most retweeted people on Trump Twitter. JACK POSOBIEC: So I’d always had a Twitter account, but I didn’t always use it for politics. For most of the time I was in the Navy, I just used it for ‘Game of Thrones.’ Seriously. I was
I had the opportunity to sit down this week with Jack Posobiec, author of Citizens for Trump: The Inside Story of the People’s Movement to Take Back America. Posobiec is a firestarter, activist, Christian, veteran, citizen journalist, and die-hard Trump supporter from Pennsylvania who gained notoriety in 2016 and 2017 for being an outspoken conservative with a pretty significant Twitter following. Recently, Posobiec made national news when he, along with another pro-Trump protester, Laura Loomer, disrupted a Shakespearean production of Julius Caesar in New York City where the actors had controversially been staging an assassination of President Trump. Posobiec joined