Saturday, May 18, 2019

Now a full-blown hate group and with a founder obsessing over pedophilia, the Hiwaymen are scheming to get around school children in a suspect anti-bullying campaign

James Del Brock has been hanging around schools running an anti-bullying scam

Recent activities by the Hiwaymen, an Arkansas-based group that began public actions at the deadly 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, NC, has seen an escalation in their thirst for violence and the advent of a very suspicious anti-bullying campaign.

We've been monitoring Hiwaymen co-founder James Del Brock's sudden obsession with pedophilia that began with him conflating LGBTQs with that behavior and has since transcended to where he has concocted an anti-bullying scheme and started hanging out near Arkansas school yards.

While trying to lure the school children over to him, Del Brock and his people have been handing out balloons to the children and trying to talk to them without school personnel or their parents around.

One of the schools Del Brock and his gang showed up at.
Del Brock's sudden interest in getting around school children is very concerning.

An anti-bullying campaign is certainly greatly suspect considering Del Brock and his fellow Hiwaymen have attacked a trans rally and harassed mosques this year.

After their attempt on February 25th to enter an LGBTQ Human Rights Campaign meeting in Little Rock was stopped by security, the group seemed to become more focused on anti-gay activities.

The Hiwaymen had falsely claimed they'd been invited to the meeting and were rather peeved their deception didn't get past security.

Their resentment towards LGBTQs escalated on March 31, 2019, when the Hiwaymen showed up at the Arkansas State Capitol where they assaulted numerous trans people and their allies, who were there for a Transgender Day of Visibility event.

The Hiwaymen brutally attacking a Transgender Day of Visibility gathering.

Last week, they harassed LGBTQs along the gay district of Fayetteville, Arkansas and have promised to return to cause more trouble. They are planning on disrupting the NWA Pride event in Fayetteville next month.

Del Brock's co-founder Billy Sessions, whose real name is Billy Helton, was witnessed in a video following the harassment waving a knife he claimed to have hidden on him, while bothering LGBTQs.

On May 5th, the Hiwaymen harassed an Oklahoma City mosque where they were openly seen wearing knives on their belts. A half-wit named Jonathan Addison was dressed as bacon, while the others ate bacon and hurled insults at people leaving the OKC mosque.

The Hiwaymen had originally planned to harass a gathering at the Oklahoma State Capitol in Oklahoma City where a rally had gathered to bring attention to Missing and Murdered Native Women.

However, the Hiwaymen remained off the capitol grounds after seeing it was being heavily guarded by law enforcement and indigenous security.

They then went on a hunt for the Planned Parenthood building in OKC, but were unable to find it, so ended up on an expressway where they screamed at motorists.

After that, it was off to assail the mosque.

The hate group outside an Oklahoma City mosque.

FYI, pork is not kryptonite to Muslims. They simply choose, like many Jews, not to eat it. They don't care if someone else consumes bacon or not. That's a point the poorly-educated Hiwaymen fail to grasp.

With their homophobia and Islamophobia on full display, clearly, bullying is something they do not truly oppose. 

Now it appears Billy Sessions has even waded into the murky waters of 4Chan with his pal Del Brock. Both are now associating with QAnon types, who, like the Hiwaymen are obsessed with pedophilia. 

No one on this list has been hanging out near schoolyards enticing children with balloons.  

Del Brock now seems poised to fool more of the public into thinking he and the Hiwaymen are interested in ending bullying.

Thankfully, being a holiday, there shouldn't be any unsupervised children around for Del Brock to lure over with balloons.


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