It’s Thursday Threatcon, your intelligence briefing on right wing activity. Below are the best reports, investigations, exposées, and debunkery of the wingnutosphere this week. Due to Josh Duggar’s Ashley Madison accounts being revealed by hackers, our Threatcon Color Code is BUBBLE BATH FOR 2

  • Caught in a crowded field of candidates with few ways to grab attention, token brain surgeon Ben Carson says he wants to drone-bomb the Mexican border zone
  • Steven Joshua Dinkle, 29 year-old former Exalted Cyclops of the Ku Klux Klan who just served a year in prison for a cross-burning, has been rearrested for probation violations
  • Craig Cobb, the white supremacist neo-Nazi who tried to take over a North Dakota town two years ago and was later revealed to have African American ancestry, is trying again. This time, he wants to rename the town of Antler for Donald Trump. Meanwhile, a petition of no confidence for Grant County State’s Attorney Todd Schwarz, who chose to let Cobb escape prison time for menacing his former neighbors, has failed to gain enough signatures to remove him from office
  • A former aide to Todd Courser and Cindy Gamrat, the Michigan Republican state representatives who allegedly carried on a torrid office affair that was exposed by Courser’s bizarre attempted cover-up with false gay rumors about himself, claims his job was “like working with Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.” Courser took to Facebook to make sure we know who the real victim is here
  • After a spate of Missouri state house scandals involving lawmakers sexually harassing interns, Rep. Nick King (R) wanted to make the interns wear burqas instead of, you know, telling his fellow old white men to quit harassing the young female interns. The Missouri House speaker has nixed King’s idea
  • The trial of Glendon Scott Crawford, charged with a bizarre plot to kill Muslims with a radiation gun, began this week
  • This weekend, the white supremacist Council of Conservative Citizens (get it? CCC=KKK) will hold its first meeting since Dylan Roof was inspired by their propaganda to murder nine people in a historically-black Charleston, SC church
  • Members of the NAACP were booed, hissed, and denounced as racists by white parents for wanting to change the Effingham County, Georgia High School rebel mascot and confederate symbols into something less racist
  • Why do so many people who fight to make abortion illegal also approve of violent child-rearing techniques? Because in their Iron Age belief-systems, children are considered property
  • I have saved the best for last! NSFW warning for kids using foul language to make a point: