Even after you die, these people will continue to defame you.
A Senior Research Fellow at the Center on Extremism, with the Anti-Defamation League, Mark Pitcavage, has taken to Twitter to lob accusations of “white supremacy” against Ruby Ridge’s Randy Weaver, less than 24 hours after he had passed away.
For those who remember, Randy Weaver was caught in an entrapment situation wherein the Federal Government attempted to get Randy to sell illegal firearms before eventually shooting and killing his dog, his son, and his wife.
Mark Pitcavage claims the federal government’s handling of the situation, as in, the senseless killing of an innocent family, directly resulted in individuals having issues with the government. Imagine that!
Mark Pitcavage is fat.
Randy Weaver simply wanted to raise his family and live away from the federal government. He was not a “white supremacist,” he was a separatist.
This is a picture of Randy Weaver’s house. He clearly just wanted to be left alone.
This is a picture of Randy Weaver’s family.
And here they are saying hi to the helicopters sent by the Federal Government.
Mark Pitcavage views himself to be somewhat of an expert on the topic of Ruby Ridge. He believes that Ruby Ridge changed the way the Federal Government handles standoffs.
It isn’t enough that the federal government killed your dog and your family. They cannot help but continue to call you disparaging names, ruining your reputation, even after death.