Video of a group of “neo-Nazi” demonstrators who showed up this weekend at an LGBTQ+ event dressed in very familiar garb has led to social media users to speculate about whether the suspicious Patriot Front has undergone a rebranding.
During Saturday’s Pride in the Park gathering in Watertown, Wisconsin, individuals who identified themselves as members of “Blood Tribe” showed up toting flags with swastikas and wearing the dark shirts, masks, and khaki pants that have been the uniform of the murky “white supremacist” group that the media has somehow never been able to expose.
In footage that was captured by independent video journalist Oliya Scootercaster and shared by others on Twitter, a number of the costumed “Blood Tribe” members are shown marching at the city’s Riverside Park where they protested the event that among other things, featured a performance by drag queens.
Noting the similarity in clothing, Twitter user Wall Street Silver wrote, “It looks like the Feds got tired of using the name ‘Patriot Front’ because it had already been exposed.”
“Now the Feds are using the name ‘Blood Tribe’ and carrying flags in Watertown Wisconsin protesting a Pride event,” the user added. “Similar Fed uniform clothing and masks that they used when they were using the name Patriot Front.”
It looks like the Feds got tired of using the name “Patriot Front” because it had already been exposed.
Now the Feds are using the name “Blood Tribe” and carrying flags in Watertown Wisconsin protesting a Pride event.
Similar Fed uniform clothing and masks that they used when… pic.twitter.com/lXLRMZe4Ic
— Wall Street Silver (@WallStreetSilv) July 29, 2023
Other Twitter users threw in their two cents.
They didn’t even change their pants
— Lisa (@kittywhisperer7) July 29, 2023
REBRANDING: The feds are rebranding Patriot Front to Blood Tribe. Will it work? pic.twitter.com/pkZicl1Azz
— @amuse (@amuse) July 29, 2023
They don’t even change their clothes. Guess that’s not in the budget
— HJGTweet (@HjgTweet) July 29, 2023
Even a PSYOP needs a rebranding.
Feds…. I mean The Patriot Front… I mean The Blood Tribe brought their khakis, masks, and nazi flags to Wisconsin
— Kevin Dalton (@TheKevinDalton) July 29, 2023
This is so cheesy it’s laughable
— Jon Thomas (@jonthomasewi) July 29, 2023
The Feds are back and with a new name
Seen marching in Wisconsin & now going by the name “Blood Tribe” pic.twitter.com/YtfYH7kBP8
— Vision4theBlind (@Vision4theBlind) July 30, 2023
They’re looking silly now.
— Samantha Tango (@LStargazer54) July 30, 2023
Skepticism about Patriot Front and speculation that the group’s members were federal agents has gone mainstream with even podcasting king Joe Rogan expressing his opinion that there may be something fishy when a contingent of marchers just happened to show up on the National Mall right after President Joe Biden’s demagogic speech to graduating black students at nearby Howard University in May.
Joe Rogan and Matt Taibbi making fun of the absolutely absurd “Patriot Front” awhile back still cracks me up to this day…
“This is so stupid it hurts my feelings”
“WHERE’S THE FAT PEOPLE!?” pic.twitter.com/F82RJAKYhB
— Gain of Fauci (@DschlopesIsBack) May 14, 2023
According to the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), “Blood Tribe is a neo-Nazi group with semi-autonomous chapters in the United States and Canada. Blood Tribe promotes hardline white supremacist views and openly directs its vitriol at Jews, “non-whites” and the LGBTQ+ community.”
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