In a comment made yesterday to the right-wing “Save Anchorage” group, Anchorage resident Andria Dolan more than suggested that if more people continued to testify at meetings of the Anchorage Assembly this week, it would be time wasted and an opportunity to “delay” public testimony.
One of the things I enjoy the most about what it is I do (he says, his lips dripping with venomous sarcasm), is having to take a Saturday morning to correct an incorrect record shared by a sitting assemblymember.
Billing itself as the response to a certain notorious far-right misinformation group, ‘Anchorage Action’ has formed to promote what the group is calling a thriving, connected, and more inclusive city.
They may have failed to organize in time to participate in the WorldWide Rally Freedom 3.0 Rally, but when you’re hell-bent on joining other fanatics to rise against “Medical Tyranny,” you try, try again.
After covering the “Alaskan Patriot” Telegram group on June 9, 2021, which shared dangerous Qanon conspiracy theories, the group was de-platformed by the social media service on July 16, 2021.
The outstanding members of the Anchorage-based Save Anchorage group are upset about a Facebook prompt asking users if they’re concerned someone they might know is becoming an extremist — but there’s a little bit more to the story.
Alaska State Senator, part-time cake maker, and see-through mask connoisseur Lora Reinbold has quietly updated her political Facebook page to make sure everyone knows that it’s “not an official government page.”