Joshua Ryne Goldberg, a 20-year-old in Orange Park, Florida, was arrested on charges after he allegedly gave out instructional information on making explosives — he was also the right wing website Breitbart.com’s source to attack black activist Shaun King.
Goldberg used various online identities to pose as an Islamic radical, a white supremacist and even a Jewish lawyer.
Goldberg allegedly was in contact with ‘a confidential human source’ known to police and instructed him on how to manufacture bombs. He called for one to be placed at an upcoming memorial in Kansas City commemorating the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
He faces a maximum of 20 years in a federal prison after being charged with distributing information relating to explosives, destructive devices and weapons of mass destruction.
The event Goldberg plotted to bomb was to be attended by firefighters. He allegedly encouraged the FBI source to use nails, glass and metal dipped in rat poison “because it increases the chances of killing those impacted”.
The 20-year-old, who lived at home with his parents, was also Breitbart’s go-to-source on Shaun King.
Breitbart concluded that King, who is a voice for the Black Lives Matter movement, is actually white, and posing as a black man. After their efforts ultimately failed, the right wing site then took credit for something Mr. King already knew: he’s biracial and identifies as black.
Breitbart backpedaled and took credit after their attempts to disparage King’s race backfired.
Now he says he knows his father was a “light-skinned black man.” He knows this thanks to Breitbart’s reporting. He may not know who exactly his father is, and he may have chosen to represent himself as biracial for 30 years without being sure, but at least now – if he is telling the truth – he has achieved some degree of closure.
And again, the author of the hit piece on Mr. King is in denial.
But it’s pretty had to explain this from one of Goldberg’s social media accounts, which proves (according to this right wing post) that Goldberg was Breitbart’s source.
— Shaun King (@ShaunKing) September 12, 2015
When the story broke that Mr. King was ‘white,’ we did not even consider reporting on it because we knew that Breitbart.com is a cesspool of fabrications.
We were disappointed that some left leaning sites chose to run with it considering the source.
We can now say that Breitbart’s author ‘pals around with terrorists.’
What goes around, comes around.
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