S o T o S p e a k | Ep. 484 | Taking Out the Trash

Play stupid games, win stupid prizes.

As overused as the cliche might be, some people never learn the underlying lesson. Garret Foster, for example, found out the hard way that you shouldn’t participate in communist terror attacks or point rifles at innocent motorists who are just trying to get home safely.

Garret was shot dead in Austin over the weekend after deciding to LARP as a communist revolutionary in the streets of Texas. Shockingly enough, Garret gave an interview just before his death in which he claimed his critics “won’t do anything” about his participation in a terrorist mob.

Famous last words.

Reports on what happened are conflicting due to the fact that Antifa have been flooding police with false information, but eyewitnesses claim that Foster fired his rifle five times over the top of a car that was stopped at a red light before the driver stepped out and returned three rounds back at Foster, with at least one hitting him in the chest. Antifa claims that Foster’s killer was the first to open fire, yet rifle fire is heard first in audio recordings of the conflict.

Police are still collecting evidence, but we’ll be taking a bit of a look at what’s already publicly available to see if we can’t get to the bottom of it. Even if Foster DIDN’T fire the five “warning” shots as is being reported, he still stopped a vehicle in traffic by pointing an AK47 at its driver, and apparently got what he deserved for his trouble. Hopefully the patriotic Texan who neutralized this threat to the community doesn’t get the James Fields treatment. Reports are already in that he has been released from police custody without being charged.

We’ll also be checking in with political prisoner Christopher Cantwell.

This is EPISODE 484 of So to Speak w/ Jared Howe!

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