Mon, 10 August 2020
Enrique Tarrio, international chairman of The Proud Boys, attempts to get Bobby kicked off YouTube, simply by being on his podcast. What is the term limit for international chairman? How has Affirmative action propelled Enrique to his current level of leadership? The answers to these stirring questions will be answered on this noble episode of Bobby Pickles Podcast™️ 👌 #POYB
Enrique Tarrio is the international chairman of The Proud Boys, a “pro-western fraternity,” essentially a drinking club dedicated to male bonding, socializing, celebrating western culture, and sporting yellow-gold twin tipped, black Fred Perry polos. According to Wikipedia, however, The Proud Boys are a far-right neo-fascist organization that admits only men as members and promotes and engages in political violence. I’m sure Enrique will admit that, in addition to drinking and bonding and socializing, there is also a political element to the Proud Boys. The group began during the rise of rampant censorship on college campuses throughout the United States, prior to the 2016 presidential election. Leftist college students and ANTIFA members were habitually shutting down free speech by either disrupting (many times, violently) or forcing (via intimidation and social pressure) colleges to cancel the speaking engagements of prominent conservatives. Some club members served as pseudo-security for various conservative speechmakers traversing the college circuit. Proud Boys founder, Gavin McInnes, was one of those speechmakers. McInnes, a Canadian-Scott who immigrated to the U.S. and married an Native American woman, basically created the contemporary subculture known as “Hipsterdom”, and co-founded Vice Media, Forest Gumped the Proud Boys shortly after two of its members were arrested for defending themselves from violent ANTIFA members outside of the New York City Republican Club, on the evening of October 12, 2018, shortly after an event celebrating the life and times of Otoya Yamaguchi. Disgraced Texas attorney, Jason van Dyke, happhazardly attempted to assume control of the club, but the elders had a different plan, and the noblest of leads emerged from the Cuban barrio En Miami. A La Santeria practicing entrepreneur who, at times, dawns a gold grill, and isn’t the “whitest” of the bunch, took control of the frat, which you never would have guessed would happen from reading the fictional slanderings of the SPLC. Merely the South Florida chapter president (also know as, Vice City) when the opportunity to take the reins of the greatest fraternal organization known to man presented itself, Enrique is still, to this day, de-facto president of that chapter, encompassing West Palm Beach, Ft Lauderdale, and Miami, In addition, Mr. Tarrio serves as the figurehead and media mogul of the brotherhood. Tarrio has organized many rallies and events in support of free speech, since assuming power. One rally in particular, was the rally to “end domestic terrorism” which was held in Portland, Oregon, in August of 2019. The event garnered major media attention. Tarrio’s mug was plastered on the front page of Breitbart, he quite eloquently gamed a CNN reporter who was attempting to game him, Infowars’ Alex Jones interviewed him via live-stream after the event, then later, he taunted Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler via social media for not freeing his city from the grip of Antifa. Tarrio has felt the swift wrath of cancel culture, getting banned from a long list of various social media platforms, including, but not limited to, Facebook, PayPal, etc. However, despite big tech’s objective to silence conservative voices, Tarrio managed to run for congress as a member of the Republican Party in Florida's 27th District, withdrawing from the race, prior to the Republican primary on August 18, 2020. Presently, Tarrio leads the Proud Boys organization with a renewed focus. He recently co-organized a 4th of July protest in Washington, D.C., which again, garnered major media attention, and led to this podcasters erasure from Facebook and Instagram. Tarrio hosts a new podcast called “The War Boys” with two fellow Proud Boys as co-hosts, Joe Biggs, of Infowars fame, and Rufio Panman, who became famous for landing a perfect punch on a Portland Antifa pansy, which went viral — respectively.