Jason Goodman of New York City’s CrowdSource The Truth
EDITORIAL AND OPINION
Many observers of the alt-right extremist community continue to wonder about an apparent star maker named Peter Duke. Duke is a former U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) associate who now operates a publicity photography service. Some say following Peter Duke will lead you to the next alt-right media star — like George Webb.
A general search of the term “Courtesy of Peter Duke” indicates:
Interesting that George Webb appears in a very prominent spot in the Google search results for the photo credit “courtesy of Peter Duke“).
Peter Duke is also associated with Faith Goldy of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Like Laura Loomer, Faith Goldy is embroiled in social media de-platforming.
Peter Duke’s active role in promoting Laura Loomer.
Peter Duke communicating with Cassandra Fairbanks:
L to R: Faith Goldy and Laura Loomer
Above: Laura Loomer and Cassandra Fairbanks
Peter Duke seems to be infamous.
THE GEORGE WEBB
COBB ISLAND, MARYLAND CONNECTION
Peter Duke promoting photographs of George Webb sidekick “McDuff” of Cobb Island, Maryland.
Peter Duke promotes McDuff.
L to R: George Webb and McDuff playing with stuffed animals and singing
Interestingly McDuff was first featured by Jason Goodman of CrowdSource The Truth.
Streamed live on Nov 22, 2018
McDuff talks about his father, an FBI agent.
To be continued….
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