Meet the Kanab Patriots: last names A,B, C

(updated 12/28/2022). One hundred and seventy five (175) area residents engage with Kanab Patriots FB page promoting hate, bigotry, disinformation, personal attacks, business attacks, extremism, war cries, carry weapons against neighbors, public health disregard and defense of criminal behavior including embracing locals who went to DC January 6th to attack democracy. Forty (40) Kanab Patriots are featured in this post with the last names A-C.

This post features the 40 Kanab Patriots with the last names A-C. For evidence on the founders, Jeff Schwilk & Tana Kou, see section 4 of 4 of this KURW post

This KURW post includes four sections

  1. A list of area residents who engage with Kanab Patriots (last names A-C)
  2. A Google Presentation of slides of evidence for each of the 40 people listed
  3. Links to other posts related to Kanab Patriots
  4. A Google Presentation of the founders of Kanab Patriots

1. List of Kanab Patriot Supporters (A-C)

Red font = most active

2/4: Google Presentation of These 40 Supporters

Use the “Slide No” links on the first slide to go directly to a person of interest

Use the “Return to first Slide” link in yellow box on each person’s slide to return to the list of names & slides

3/4: Other KURW Post Related to Kanab Patriots

4/4: Google Presentation of the Founders of Kanab Patriots

Co-founders Jeff Schwilk & Tana Kou moved to Kanab from Southern California in 2018. Jeff had some legal battles with hate groups he had founded there and already had other FB extremists pages before starting Kanabians for Slow, Sensible Growth and Kanab Conservative Activism now Kanab Patriots. His California activity was covered extensively by Southern Poverty Law Center (non-profit organization tracking hate groups) from 2007-2018 before moving to Kanab.

Click links in this slide presentation to learn more and/or see KURW feature posts


Published by mgalaria

I resided in the Kanab, Utah area from 2009 throughout 2020. I am reformed right, 15 years now, with most family members still far-right. I lived 37 of my 48 years in rural America. I created KURW after I discovered that two people from Kanab who I knew were at the Jan 6th Capitol Insurrection and the continued threat warning from DHS regarding the far-right movement. Studies show new trends in extremist characteristics, feelings of fear/anger/betrayal, an increase in social media recruitment and incitement, and radicalization as quickly as six months. I had a lot of documentation from covering the six months of weekly Black Lives Matter and All Lives Matter and MAGA events in Kanab. I used that documentation, public posts on social media, contribution from community members and outside organizations to create Hatewatch because I feel like that is the best way that I can address the call for awareness.

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