More Damning Evidence Against KNUS Closet Nazi Producer

We’ve been following for a week now the story of a producer at local conservative talk radio station 710 KNUS accused by the Colorado Springs Anti Fascists, better known as “Antifa,” of living a not-so-secret double life on a Russian social media site in which said producer lets his inner Nazi out to play–and we’re not talking Nazi curious here, but full-blown Hitler-idolizing Jewish-hating unapologetic Nazism that would delight the unapologetic Nazi recently uncovered living in Denver public housing.

Colorado Springs Antifa has to overcome a credibility barrier with some audiences, but this particular group has a history of accurately identifying local white supremacists, including an Air Force master sergeant at Schreiver AFB who was demoted after the Antifa kids caught him organizing with the Identity Evropa white nationalist group. The post identifying Kirk Widlund of 710 KNUS as the owner of the Kirk Widlund profile on the Russian VK social network cites dialogue between the owner of that profile and another known local racist among other details that, despite Widlund’s fierce denials, make a strong case that it’s the same Kirk Widlund.

Last night, 9NEWS’ Jeremy Jojola made the case against Widlund a whole lot stronger:

A review of the social media profile and 710KNUS audio found the neo-Nazi profile and Widlund both described being removed from Twitter on April 14, using very similar language. [Pols emphasis] The social media profile blamed the Twitter ban on Zionist-Occupied Government and a dispute with a “Jewess.”

KNUS management declined to comment on the allegations. Widlund denied any connection to the account but would not discuss why his language on 710KNUS mirrored the social media account in April…

When asked again to answer to the VK posting [closely] matching what he said on the radio, Widlund ended the conversation with, “Uh..no comment to that.”

Matching a post on Widlund’s alleged VK profile to the conversation Widlund had on the air discussing his ban from Twitter is a crucial piece of evidence that, along with the voluminous original post from Colorado Springs Antifa makes it very difficult to believe this profile is a fake. It seemed impossible from the outset that this Colorado Springs-based group would care enough about an obscure radio producer in Denver to fabricate such a lengthy social media archive. Now that Nazi Kirk Widlund and KNUS Kirk Widlund have been linked via a single event, Widlund’s ban from Twitter from April 14 with discussion in both settings, we’d say the game is up.

Now it’s just left to be seen whether KNUS, from Widlund to the “Proud Boys” allegedly set to host a show on the station, considers their “Nazi problem” to be a problem…or a new strategic direction? Needless to say, we hope for the former.

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  1. MADCO says:

    probably fine people on all sides.

    And problably somone decided to fake an account for this poor intern employee just so that if one day something argle then, bargle he could be framed.

    Sounds more likely than he was just too cowardly or lazy or too dumb to create a fake account.

  2. bullshit!bullshit! says:

    Fucking Nazis.

  3. Genghis says:

    A review of the social media profile and 710KNUS audio found the neo-Nazi profile and Widlund both described being removed from Twitter on April 14, using very similar language. [Pols emphasis] The social media profile blamed the Twitter ban on Zionist-Occupied Government and a dispute with a “Jewess.”

    Well now, I did Nazi THAT coming!

    lol j/k. That was predictable AF.

  4. Early WormEarly Worm says:

    Why are you guys so dismissive of this obvious conspiracy to discredit this upstanding citizen? You don't believe Antifa could generate all of this "evidence" to try the weak-minded? How quickly you forget the determined leftists that had a fake birth announcement published in the Hawaii newspapers for the Kenyan Muslim Barack Hussein Obama II in 1961. Their devious scheme came to fruition when that same man was elected president of the US in 2008, despite the fact he was not a natural-born American. As a result of this conspiracy, decades in the making, Obama destroyed America. You people are sheep.

    • MADCO says:

      <ahem>
      " people are sheep."

      you mean sheeple.

    • Diogenesdemar says:

      Roger that.

      SMH

    • PeromyscusPeromyscus says:

      EW, the post tells you why "we guys" are so "dismissive of this obvious conspiracy".  Language between Kurt Widland's acknowledged Twitter profile, plus the words he has used on-air, match in a very damning fashion, the so-called Antifa-jockeyed evidence.  

      Craig Silverman was always so nice to Widland before KNUS deep-sixed him.  He allowed Widland to have the mic, usually at the end of the show, while Craig asked him soft-ball questions about how conservatives viewed current events.  But it rings very true that Widland has this sort of background.

      That said – a full show with him as host?  I doubt it.  Unless they get him a voice coach and an online enrollment in Hillsdale College – he just doesn't have the secret handshake and coded words in his repertoire.  Yet.

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