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Guest: Forest Mommy - Getting Doxxed, The Hero of Arvada & The Decentralized Revolution

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On this episode of the Free Thought Project podcast, Jason and Matt welcome Jessica Fenske, a political activist and show host known as Forest Mommy on social media. Fenske is a proponent of individual liberty and has gained a significant following on Twitter. She is currently running for Arvada City Council District 4 in Colorado. Fenske was recently doxed by a 9News Denver journalist, which led to a whirlwind of controversy.

During the discussion, Fenske shares her thoughts on the doxing incident, and we question the apparent double standard that allows the establishment to engage in such behavior. The conversation explores how one can maintain an anarchist philosophy while running for local office and still make a positive impact. The hosts and Fenske also discuss the story of Johnny Hurley, a local hero tragically gunned down by Arvada police after saving the town from a mass shooting. Finally, the episode delves into the culture wars, examining how divisive issues drive society apart and the importance of resisting the urge to engage in such conflicts. (Length: 1:03:49)

Follow all of Forest Mommy's work at her LinkTree here: https://linktr.ee/forestmommy

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On this episode of the Free Thought Project podcast, Jason and Matt welcome Jessica Fenske, a political activist and show host known as Forest Mommy on social media. Fenske is a proponent of individual liberty and has gained a significant following on Twitter. She is currently running for Arvada City Council District 4 in Colorado. Fenske was recently doxed by a 9News Denver journalist, which led to a whirlwind of controversy.

During the discussion, Fenske shares her thoughts on the doxing incident, and we question the apparent double standard that allows the establishment to engage in such behavior. The conversation explores how one can maintain an anarchist philosophy while running for local office and still make a positive impact. The hosts and Fenske also discuss the story of Johnny Hurley, a local hero tragically gunned down by Arvada police after saving the town from a mass shooting. Finally, the episode delves into the culture wars, examining how divisive issues drive society apart and the importance of resisting the urge to engage in such conflicts. (Length: 1:03:49)

Follow all of Forest Mommy's work at her LinkTree here: https://linktr.ee/forestmommy

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