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So I was contacted by this Bert Johnson “he-him” at KUNR, they are working with the Nevada Independent and APM Reports to do a “piece” or profile on me.

Hit piece, that is.

Look at our email exchanges below, and read what these people are trying to frame.

Do you notice they try to attack the messenger, not the message?

Look at the tone, the questions, and the way they are framed.

The big joke is I agreed to do a taped interview, and my only condition was that it be fully recorded and the full interview be posted with a thumbnail on any articles they write using my words.

They declined.

They state:

“We have previously reached out to set up an interview. However, the conditions you listed in order for us to have that interview would have compromised our editorial independence.

So to make sure YOU get the entire interview, in its entirety, without their twisting and misinterpreting, they refuse.

That should tell you all you need to know.

That and the use of pronouns in his signature!

What we see more and more is how so-called “independent” media is the furthest from it.

It has a narrative, an agenda, propaganda intention, and more intended for its consumer.

Here many have been busted, pretending to be conservative while really being dark money, globalist, left-wing propaganda agencies.

Have you read about it? You should. This one too.

“Democrats’ ideas are so unpopular and so out-of-touch that they have to build an entire network of propaganda sites to try to mislead voters,” Nathan Brand, spokesman for the Republican National Committee, told the DCNF.

Folks, we’re being brainwashed and programmed. This is not news. It’s manipulation.

Even David Rockefeller told us……

Look at the first question they ask me about the Protocols of The Elders of Zion that I clearly wrote in this letter to you here about it.

Their questions are:

  • Do you believe in the “Protocols of the Elders of Zion?
  • There are a lot of people who say “The Protocols of the Elders of Zion” is antisemitic propaganda that falsely blames the Jews for masterminding various tragedies and economic occurrences. Did you know that? 
  • Do you blame Jews for Trump’s electoral defeat? Do you blame Jews for the violence on Jan. 6?

Did I call it or did I call it! 

Read what I actually wrote:

Now don’t go saying I’m antisemitic or racist, whatever, as I am neither. Anyone who says otherwise is ignorant or a globalist sympathizer or agent. I study history, and this, what I’m about to share with you, you can literally plug in any names of groups “they” want here.

Communist vs. American, Left vs. Right, etc., but this document (linked below), in its current form, we’re told is what was used by Goebbels of Nazi Germany.

He supposedly took this document, tweaked it to Hitler’s and his own desires, and well, you know the rest.

The reason I share this with you is because the Globalists have taken this approach and plugged in their name as the Ruler and everyone else as the subjects.

I know the press, websites, google and others will try to say this is debunked, not real, and more, yet here it is, and it’s how you take down a country or a world:

So I touched on it there, it was decades before the Nazis used it against the Jews and changed the names of who they are attacking to Jews.

It’s literally an old playbook that dictators, globalists, and those types have used to take down villages, cities, countries, religions, and more.

I strongly suggest you read it so you’ll know what their plan is for us.

You’ll also notice weaponizing the press against the people is in there too!

It’s there for all to read, but because I point it out, they try to make me look racist?

I’ll stop there, if I addressed each one of their BS questions, we’d need a full series of articles.

It’s sad what the so-called press has become.

Read for yourself below:

On Mon, Oct 10, 2022 at 3:40 PM Bert Johnson <> wrote:


Mr. Beadles,


Bert Johnson here, with KUNR Public Radio. I was hoping to arrange an interview with you this week, because I’ve been working on a profile about you and your political activism, your history in politics and your past comments – some of which may be viewed as controversial. The story is a collaboration with The Nevada Independent and American Public Media.


During our reporting, we obtained records through open records requests that outline some of your correspondence with political leaders. I’d like to confirm some details and hear a bit more about what’s motivating you.


If you’re available to meet in person, we could meet at the KUNR studio on campus. We can also plan on a zoom or phone interview if you prefer.


Please let me know if you’re interested – and when you might be available to talk. Aside from some short appointments on Wednesday afternoon and early Thursday morning, my schedule is very flexible.


Thanks, and best regards,


Bert Johnson | Senior Correspondent

M: (775) 434-8207

Pronouns: he/him


From: Robert Beadles

Date: Monday, October 10, 2022 at 4:27 PM

To: Bert Johnson <>

Cc: Tabitha Mueller <>, Tom Scheck <>, “” <>

Subject: Re: Interview request: KUNR Public Radio


Good afternoon,


By profile I’m sure you mean hit piece 🙂


Regardless, I can make some time for you tomorrow via zoom in the afternoon.


Conditions, the entire interview is recorded and a link with large thumbnail is included within whatever hit piece you do.


The public must be able to watch or listen to the interview in its entirety.


If you can’t do that then I’ll have to pass.


Thanks and have a great night


On Tue, Oct 11, 2022 at 12:15 PM Bert Johnson <> wrote:


Mr. Beadles,


Thanks for making yourself available – and please forgive the delayed response.


We consulted with our editors and they have no problem with us recording the entire interview. We’re potentially open to the idea of publishing the full conversation, but we can’t make any promises in advance.


We also wanted to ask if you’d be able to talk tomorrow at 1pm instead of this afternoon. Is there any way you could make that work? If not, please let me know and we’ll find a way to accommodate your schedule.



Bert Johnson | Senior Correspondent

M: (775) 434-8207

Pronouns: he/him


Robert Beadles
to Bert, Tabitha, Tom,

Tue, Oct 11, 12:17 PM (4 days ago)


No worries.


But my condition is a must, it must be fully recorded, the entire interview, with a large thumbnail placed within any articles you publish using my words, in where they can listen to the entire interview.


If it can’t be done, I can’t do it.


If you can, put it in writing here and I’ll see you tomorrow.


Bert Johnson via 
Oct 14, 2022, 2:21 PM (1 day ago)to me,, Tabitha, Tom


Mr. Beadles,


As you are aware, The Nevada Independent, KUNR Public Radio and APM Reports have been working on an investigative profile about you, your political activism, and your past comments — some of which may be viewed as controversial.


We have previously reached out to set up an interview. However, the conditions you listed in order for us to have that interview would have compromised our editorial independence. We’re sending this email with specific questions about statements you have made in the past and other matters. For your convenience, we’ve sorted the questions into categories and tried to keep related questions together.


If possible, please provide your responses to us via email by 12 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 16, 2022.

“Protocols of the Elders of Zion”

  • In a livestream posted shortly after the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, you said the events that day were choreographed by outside forces, not Trump supporters. You pointed to the “Protocols of the Elders of Zion” — a long-debunked antisemitic pamphlet falsely claiming that Jews are conspiring to take over the world, saying: “Just like the ‘Protocols of the Elders of Zion,’ when you infiltrate every single layer of civilization of a society, they put their people in these prominent positions to keep the information from leaking out or to keep their narrative in place. And we’re seeing that.”
  • Do you believe in the “Protocols of the Elders of Zion?
  • There are a lot of people who say “The Protocols of the Elders of Zion” is antisemitic propaganda that falsely blames the Jews for masterminding various tragedies and economic occurrences. Did you know that? 
  • Do you blame Jews for Trump’s electoral defeat? Do you blame Jews for the violence on Jan. 6?
  • You discussed the “Protocols” in at least 12 livestreams last year, often bringing the subject up multiple times. You even urged listeners to read the “Protocols” for themselves in another video stream from January 2021 and dismissed evidence that they are fabrications.
  • Why are the protocols required reading for your listeners?
  • Do you believe Jews should be removed from the United States?
  • Through our research, we have only found you discussing the Protocols during livestream events that you’ve hosted on your own platform.
  • Is there any reason why you’ve prioritized this content on your own platform and not shared these views elsewhere?


  • You frequently brag about being an early investor in Gab. On a livestream, you spoke with Gab CEO and founder Andrew Torba about the site, describing it as the “most censored startup in the history … of startups.”

Gab gained national attention in 2018 after the Tree of Life Synagogue shooter in Pittsburgh announced his planned attack on the site. Prominent Republicans running in 2022, including Arizona Senate candidate Blake Masters and Pennsylvania gubernatorial candidate Doug Mastriano, have sought to distance themselves from Torba and Gab.

The Anti-Defamation League has called Gab a “haven for antisemites, extremists and conspiracy theorists.”

  • Are you still an investor in Gab?
  • Have you reconsidered your support for the platform and Torba after the criticism of the company and its founders?

Conspiracy Theories

  • Many of the conspiracy theories you discuss in your livestreams center around an almost omnipresent “they” — broad enough to include any number of targets but referring at times to a cabal, globalists, elites, members of the Chinese Communist Party, and prominent Jewish families, among others.
  • Could you specify who you are referring to when you say “they” in this context?
  • You’ve promoted conspiracy theories claiming Biden is a puppet for greater forces and used slogans from the QAnon movement, such as “the storm definitely is upon us,” and “Team 17” (referring to the letter Q, the seventeenth letter of the alphabet).
  • Do you believe in the QAnon movement? If so, what elements of the group do you specifically believe in?
  • Are there any theories or beliefs that you disagree with?
  • You alleged that the medical system is focused more on money-making schemes than protecting public health, and said you had friends who died after receiving the COVID vaccine. In one livestream, you also said that COVID treatment protocols were just ways for the medical community to kill people for profit.
  • Do you have evidence you can provide showing your friend(s) died because of the vaccine?
  • In social media posts on Gab, you said you are a “pureblood.”
  • What does that mean to you?
  • You have emphasized the need for peaceful protests. But in March, you were a guest on the SGT Report with Sean Turnbull. At one point, he said public health officials responding to the COVID pandemic had committed “Nuremberg-level crimes” that should be “paid for with death.” You agreed with him during the interview – and you added that they could be guilty of genocide.

“Yeah, I truly believe that there should be a [sic] unbiased court that tries these people,” you responded. “And if they’re found guilty, I believe it’s genocide.”

  • Why do you feel that way?
  • Do you still believe that public health officials responsible for COVID mandates should be put to death?
  • In the introduction to your book, Here’s What You Do!, you discussed the Rothschild family, a longstanding target of antisemitic conspiracy theories. “Theorists also say that the Rothschild family secretly runs this world. It is openly reported that Amsel Rothschild has said, ‘Give me control of the economics of a country, and I care not who makes her laws,’” you wrote.
  • Do you believe that the Rochschilds are controlling the world?
  • Did you know that these views are considered antisemitic propaganda? 
  • Why did you discuss these theories in your book?
  • At the end of your book’s introduction, you wrote that you neither agree nor disagree with any of the conspiracy theories you cited. You made those claims, yet, you devoted the first three paragraphs of the introduction from your self-published book to conspiracies involving the Rothschild family. “I have no proof, nor do conspiracy theorists that make such claims,” you wrote. “After all, a good conspiracy is one without proof: otherwise, it would be fact.”
  • If you don’t believe in these theories, why did you publish it in your book?
  • Do you believe that the Rothschilds had a front row seat to 9/11?
  • Do you believe that the Rothschild descendants meet twice daily in London to dictate to the world what the price of gold will be?
  • Do you believe that the Rothschilds meet and tell the Federal Reserve (which you refer as the Fed) what to do with America’s finances?
  • Do you believe that the Rothschilds worship Satan?
  • It seems like you’re hedging your bets when you say in the introduction that you’re just sharing ideas that other people promote. If you won’t commit to whether you believe them or not, why are you giving them an additional platform in your book?

Narratives about Black and Asian American communities

  • During one livestream in 2021, you said: “The undeniable truth is that neither slavery, nor Jim Crow, nor the harshest racism, has decimated the Black family the way the welfare state has.”
  • Why do you believe that Black families on welfare have it worse than those who were enslaved or lived during segregation?
  • Do you still stand by that statement? 
  • How would you respond to criticism from Asian American communities saying that terms like “Chinese flu” and a “Chinese-caused crisis” are offensive? 

Christians in government 

  • Do you believe these figures represent your religious values? 
  • Why did you choose to associate with them?
  • In numerous public statements and online postings, you have said you are motivated by patriotism and a desire to see Christians at every level of government.

“When Christians refuse to get into office or work for the local government we can quickly see how the last people in the world we want to have power over us, get it,” you wrote in a blog post in February 2022. “The bottom line is we need Christians in charge.”

  • Why do you believe that Christians are better suited to run the government?
  • What about people from other religions? Atheists? Should they be allowed to hold office at all? 
  • In March 2022, you explained to far-right podcaster Sean G. Turnbull: “When you look at the cabal type, and what happens to everybody underneath because of their decisions, it’s satanic,” you said. “It’s just good versus evil. It goes back thousands of years: You’ve got people that worship Lucifer, and you’ve got people that worship Christ, and they’ve been in a battle this entire time.”
  • How do your Christian beliefs meld with your political ones? 

Political involvement

  • You launched a campaign targeting sitting Commissioner Bob Lucey and recall efforts against Commissioner Vaughn Hartung and the only sitting elected Black official in Washoe County, Angie Taylor.
  • Why did you focus on defeating Lucey?
  • Why did you try to recall Hartung and Taylor?
  • Why have you become more politically active in the last year and a half?
  • According to public records, you reached out to Washoe County Commissioner Jeanne Herman in December 2021 and invited her to join a group of business owners at your house to share her platform.
  • Did you meet with Herman? What did you discuss? 

You introduced yourself as one of the largest landowners in Nevada and dangled the incentive that “many here can help your campaign.”

  • Do you have any data that shows you are one of the largest landowners in Nevada? 
  • Beginning in January of this year, you started telling your online audience about a list of electoral changes you wanted local officials to adopt in order to “clean up” elections.

“Have National Guard at each polling location to ensure rules are followed,” you said during a livestream. “No more mail-out ballots or machines. All done by hand, by county citizens. We have one day of voting. Not early, not late voting; one day, make it a holiday.”

Then, on Feb. 8, 2022, you took your demands to the Washoe County Board of Commissioners in the form of a 95-item “election integrity” petition. Hundreds of backers joined you in urging commissioners to adopt the changes, but commissioners were unable to take the item up for procedural reasons.

Those ideas you promoted later reappeared in an election-reform resolution put forward by Herman in March.

  • Did you ask Herman to champion your demands? 
  • You told our colleague that you never discussed these demands with Herman but the records show that Herman did meet with you before she brought forward her resolution. Did you discuss her resolution at all before she introduced it?
  • You launched a campaign through a political action committee that sent mailers accusing Commissioner Bob Lucey, without evidence, of cheating on his wife with county employees. You also said Lucey funded his campaign through drug deals, among other allegations later found to be unsubstantiated by the Reno Gazette Journal. Lucey lost his primary.
  • Do you have any evidence to support your claims? If so, please share your evidence?
  • The first time your name crossed Bob Lucey’s inbox was on Jan. 8. The email subject line: “Meeting.” “Robert Beadles here, known by most as Beadles. I am a Reno resident and financially support as well as deploy my vast resources to many candidates and leaders across our Nation,” you wrote. “Do you have time this coming week for a quick meeting?” The next time Lucey heard from you, you were pitching a 95-point list of election reforms during a board meeting.
  • Did you ever meet with Lucey? What happened after you emailed him on Jan 8 asking for a meeting?
  • Speaking on Steve Bannon’s popular “War Room” podcast in October of last year, you said it’s vital to bring “American Firsters” into the precinct strategy movement. “There’s like this dark, globalist hand that’s kind of infiltrated every level of society,” you said that day. “And it’s time that we get back involved. And we defend against this by, basically, the precinct strategy.”
  • What does “American Firsters” mean to you?
  • What’s the end goal of the precinct strategy?
  • Along with funding candidates, you have focused on questioning the state’s elections system. In numerous livestreams, blog posts and county meetings, you have referred to elections as “selections” and accused the government of using a fictitious “algorithm” to automatically shift ballot counts.
  • Time after time, those claims have been disproven by election officials and through the courts. Why do you still repeat them? 
  • In a podcast interview, you described leading a group of “patriots” to put the squeeze on the central committee board members, ultimately pressuring them to resign. You are still listed as a member of the executive committee on the party’s website.
  • Why was it so important for you to be on the Washoe GOP committee?
  • Though your preferred candidates won in Washoe County, you said the June primary was still “fookey” in a blog post.

“Many say, Beadles, what are you doing? Tons of your candidates you support won,” you wrote. “Look, until we correct our election system, they may win the primaries and then have their race stolen in the generals if this continues.”

  • What does “fookey” mean to you? 
  • How can you reconcile that your candidates won in an election that you claim was rigged?
  • Will you accept the results of the 2022 midterm election in November?
  • You had backed Joey Gilbert’s gubernatorial bid with a $150,000 donation. After Gilbert lost the primary, you paid nearly $191,000 for a statewide recount of the results. But that recount netted Gilbert just a handful of votes and failed to change the outcome of the election. You then financially backed Gilbert’s legal challenge, alleging that Lombardo’s win was a “mathematical impossibility” caused by a computer algorithm shifting vote totals.
  • Why did you support a recount that faced low odds of changing the outcome? 
  • How do you feel about Gilbert recently conceding that he lost the June primary?
  • Do you regret spending that money?

Personal Background

  • You have claimed to be descended from a wide variety of historical figures, including Benjamin Franklin, William the Conqueror, Wyatt Earp and Daniel Boone.

We reached out to historians and other organizations that study the genealogy of these figures, and they said they see no evidence that you and your family share any familial relations with them.

  • Do you have evidence of being descended from these historical figures? Could you share any names on your family tree that could trace back to those historical figures?
  • In your 2009 self-published book, Here’s What You Do!, you instructed readers to buy investment properties and rent them to tenants who get rental assistance through the local Section 8 program.

You explained that government funding gives landlords a “guaranteed income source.”

“Buy [a home], putting down 20 percent out of pocket; Section 8 it; collect the cash flow; and repeat. It truly is that simple,” you wrote.

  • How does this square with your statement to other news organizations that you rent Section 8 housing to help less fortunate people? 
  • Are you involved in the Section 8 program to make money or to provide assistance to low-income families? 
  • What is Coral Bay? The Reno Housing Authority described it as a property management company. It appears that you make political donations through the company. Why?
  • A 2010 profile in a local newspaper described your life as a “rags to success story” — noting that you said you relied on government assistance after high school, before establishing a construction company and several real-estate ventures in the Lodi area.
  • Is this true? How did you go from living off food stamps to making what you’ve described as “millions of dollars a month?” 
  • Is there anything you’d want people to know about how you gained your wealth?
  • In a booklet you self-published in 2019, you claimed you are making “millions of dollars a month.”
  • Do you have any evidence you can provide us with to support your claims?

Thank you for taking the time to review our questions.


Bert Johnson | Senior Correspondent

M: (775) 434-8207

Pronouns: he/him

My final response:

Mr. Johnson –

I read through the personal interview questions you’re seeking answers to, on behalf of yourself and some of your media colleagues.

I understand the many reasons you all might have for your excessive curiosity. I hope all of you understand, based on your collective record of distorting the truth and misleading your audiences – and on my total commitment to rebuilding our community, state, and nation, why I have no interest in – or time for responding.

My reason is best explained by a biblical story in the book of Nehemiah. In this story, Nehemiah, a former resident of a major city, has made his top priority an effort to rebuild the protective walls around his community. Several enemies who’d grown accustomed to profiting themselves by preying on this unprotected city did NOT want the wall completed.

These three enemies made several unsuccessful attempts to stop Nehemiah’s and his city’s collective rebuilding effort (mocking him, threatening him, etc). Their last attempt was to ask Nehemiah to just stop his work and come have a meeting with them. Nehemiah refused with the legendary response: “I am doing a great work, so that I cannot come down: why should the work cease, while I leave it and come down to you?” (Nehemiah 6:3)

My brothers in Christ, many of us in our community right now, including myself, are also engaged similarly in “doing a great work,” that would not be furthered in any way by meeting with your group or answering your questions.


Robert Beadles

Now does this sound like independent unbiased journalism to you? 

Or does it seem like them wanting to attack the messenger, not the message, and try to discredit us and our work?

Or paint us as crazies?

People are waking to them.

I hope you do too.

I have no time for people like this and their agenda. Their agenda and pronouns are not what we are about.




“I am a most unhappy man. I have unwittingly ruined my country. A great industrial nation is controlled by its system of credit. Our system of credit is concentrated. The growth of the nation, therefore, and all our activities are in the hands of a few men. We have come to be one of the worst ruled, one of the most completely controlled and dominated governments in the civilized world. No longer a government by free opinion, no longer a government by conviction and the vote of the majority, but a government by the opinion and duress of a small group of dominant men.”

President Woodrow Wilson, a few years before his death in reference to the Federal Reserve act of 1913, which he signed into law. The American Mercury‎, p. 56. 1919.

These thoughts, statements, and opinions are my own, not of any club, committee, organization, etc.


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