[Redacted], from Springville, Utah was among the 31 people arrested Saturday over a plot to disrupt a Pride celebration in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Boyce, along with 30 other members of the white nationalist group Patriot Front was found, thanks to a tipster who called in suspicious activity, in the back of a U-Haul truck dressed in riot gear complete with shields, masks, and smoke grenades. They also had “operations plan” documents.

I’m sorry, I was informed by numerous koshervatives that Patriot Front were unmasked. This was the smoking gun that proved that they were feds. So I have no idea how The Daily Beast managed to find out one of their names, and even get pictures of the guy. Must have been some real hard hitting investigative journalism, finding that one out.

Oh wait, the cops plastered their faces and names all over the place, and koshervatives are pathetic and idiotic shills who deny reality.

Now [Redacted] is looking for a new place to stay, because as his mother, Karen Amsden, told The Daily Beast, he’s been kicked out of the house.

Amsden, a licensed clinical social worker, says Boyce has been looking to fill “a void” ever since his father came out as gay and left the family years ago. She hopes that in coming forward and telling his story, she can get him out of the group that she feels radicalized him — if not by his own choice, but by sabotaging his relationship with them.

“I would love to do whatever I can to out him [as a Patriot Front member] so that he can’t be a part of it,” she explained to The Daily Beast. “And that they don’t want him to be a part of their group because his mom has loose lips and a big mouth and he’s never going to get away with anything.”

Karen Amsden

Thanks, Karen. She’s as big on ratting out her son as she is on stuffing her face full of carrot cake and discount donuts.

Amsden recalled the moment she realized her son had taken part in the attempted riot. He had previously told her that he was going camping for the weekend and she had no reason to believe otherwise until she saw the news alert about the arrests in Utah. “I saw this news story come up that said 31 members of a white supremacist group were arrested at a rally, and I just knew—I knew he was part of it,” she said. Amsden looked through the photos of those arrested and immediately recognized her son.

After being bailed out by anonymous donors, Boyce returned home. In an attempt to explain his actions, he told his mother he was “just there because they’re grooming kids.” Amsden gave her son an ultimatum — hoping that the arrest would finally break the hate group’s spell over her son.

“I told him, ‘Well, then you can’t live here. You can choose between the Patriot Front and your family.’ And he’s like, ‘Well, I can’t quit Patriot Front.’ I’m like, ‘Well, then you’ve just chosen. So pack your stuff and get out of my house,’” she shared.

Karen Amsden is an absolute cuntess, and I thought everyone should know that. This was the main purpose of the cops arrest of Patriot Front guys, in my opinion. To get them to suffer as much oppression as possible. They were probably hoping for job loss, but they’ll do with this vicious, nasty cunt kicking poor [redacted] out of her home.

But it is difficult to decide who to hate more. On one hand, we have little koshervative rats who stab these brave men in the back. On the other, we have the obedient NPC, who punishes her own son for fighting against grooming antifas. It’s a real tossup, but considering that they’re all equally our enemies I’d say it’s a 50-50 tossup.

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  1. PF’s success to date has been primarily through discipline and decent OPsec. How they get through their current storm is definitely going to be their biggest test. The videos they’ve put out have shown that they have excellent organisation and planning skills – what they’re going through now is pretty damn close to a worst-case scenario (arrest, possible infiltration, doxing). I hope Mr. Rousseau and his men have the relevant contingency plans in place (i.e. strong legal representation, support structures, etc).

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