Big Dawg Arrested

IPR-X contributor Big Dawg was arrested yesterday for felony assault.  It was his third felony offense, meaning he’ll most likely be going back to prison for a very long time.  I’ve taken the liberty of removing his privileges as a contributor.  I also reviewed the articles he posted here and found them to be lacking in the quality we expect here at IPR-X.  These articles have been removed.  It pains me to have to do all this.  Big Dawg is a friend.  I and everyone else at IPR-X wish him all the best.

This is the second contributor IPR-X has lost in the past week.  It appears I was wrong when I placed value on the idea of diversity, at least in the realm of race and sexual orientation.  Our current writers are unique in their own ways.  I am the founder and face of IPR-X and a former presidential candidate.  Kareem Caliente is an expert in the arts and entertainment and longs for a return of the Roman Empire.  Moses Austwin is an historian who wants to see the Confederacy rise again and for Texas to be reestablished as a Republic.   Lastly, Magnus Dahlstrøm, our newest writer, is putting together his own religion based on various prophesies.

As I previously mentioned, more writers are coming.  They will bring interesting perspectives and insights.  Plus, anyone reading this who may wish to join IPR-X may do so as well.  Make your interest known in the comments below.


Nathan Norman Continues Brutal Twitter Beatdown of Faithless Elector

After reading a weaselly tweet from Faithless Elector Chris Suprun, Nathan Norman resumed his Twitter annihilation of the fraudster, exposing Suprun’s history of lying, cheating, and breaking pledges: now adds to the growing list of deceitful actions reporting that according to an anonymous classmate, Suprun was expelled from Tarrant County Police Academy 6 years ago for committing plagiarism.

We at IPR-X are on top of this story and will keep you up-to-date with the latest developments until the Electoral College convenes tomorrow.

Nathan Norman’s Twitter Takedown of Faithless Elector

Nathan Norman delivered a knockout punch on Twitter today against Faithless Elector Chris Suprun.  Suprun, a man who reportedly lied about being a first responder on 9/11 and used Ashley Madison to cheat on his wife while the couple had three young children, now refuses to cast his Texas Electoral College vote for Donald Trump despite signing an affidavit pledging to do so.  Suprun apparently lacks integrity.

Trump won the state of Texas in a landslide, entitling him to the states’s 38 electoral votes.  The state Republican Party selected 38 electors, including Suprun, who each pledged to vote for the winner of the state when the College convenes on Monday.  Suprun’s fraud and looming betrayal of the voters of Texas did not sit well with Nathan Norman, who eviscerated Suprun with a series of Tweets: