Laura Loomer has released new audio evidence that further confirms the suspicion that Bryan Griffin, Ron DeSantis’ Communications Director, is running a burner account under the name Max Nordau. In a Twitter Space conversation hosted by @sphynxbtc, Loomer and others, including the alleged sock puppet account @MaxNordau, gathered to discuss Loomer’s previous report, which exposed the connection between Max Nordau and Bryan Griffin. Loomer’s new audio recording provides compelling support for her claim.
During the Twitter Space conversation, Loomer confronted Max Nordau, whom she believes is actually Bryan Griffin, about her evidence. Despite her efforts, Max Nordau continued to dismiss Loomer’s claims without offering any counter evidence. When the host suggested inviting Bryan Griffin to join the conversation to clarify the situation, Max Nordau, unmistakably identified as Bryan, abruptly ended the conversation.
Loomer’s tweet also draws attention to a potentially illegal activity on the part of Bryan Griffin. By operating a burner account, Griffin may have violated the law. Additionally, the Max Nordau account has been accused of doxxing Trump supporters, spreading false information, and collaborating with the RDS campaign. This raises questions about potential ethical violations, as the account appears to be a collaboration between Griffin’s campaign and his taxpayer-funded Gubernatorial office even before DeSantis officially filed.
Last week, National File reported on Loomer’s findings regarding Griffin’s alleged burner account, prompting a fierce attack from Team DeSantis. However, with the release of this new audio evidence, it becomes increasingly important to acknowledge the accuracy of Loomer’s claims. It is likely that an apology is due to Loomer, Downs, and National File from the individuals who dismissed their reporting.
In response to National File’s initial report, individuals linked to DeSantis, such as Max Nordau and Matthew Tyrmand, attempted to undermine the credibility of the journalists involved. However, their disparaging tweets only serve to further support Loomer’s claims. Dave Rubin, in defense of Griffin, stated that he has personally met the real Max Nordau and confirmed that he is not Bryan Griffin. These Twitter exchanges highlight the intensity of the ongoing dispute.
Moreover, Twitter’s Community Notes feature seemed to act as a tool in favor of the DeSantis campaign, with Charles Downs’ account being targeted despite including Bryan Griffin’s quote from Red State in his article. This raises suspicions about a possible collaboration between the globalist forces in Tallahassee, Florida, and Silicon Valley.
In light of this unfolding situation, it is clear that apologies are owed to Loomer, Downs, and National File. The mounting evidence, including the new audio released by Loomer, reinforces the validity of their reporting. It is essential that the accusations against Bryan Griffin and his alleged burner account be thoroughly investigated to ascertain the truth and hold any involved parties accountable for their actions.