Andy Ngo Exposes Twitter Befool After Bogus Claims About Visit From Greg Abbott Representative


After the horrors of this country, there are many sick people who wish to be a part of the story. They want to be able to share in the attention and bring down the powerful figures they don’t like.

Unfortunately, this exact scenario seems to have occurred in the aftermath of Tuesday’s horrific mass shooting at Robb Elementary School, Uvalde, Texas, which claimed 19 lives and injured two teachers.

Andy Ngo, an independent journalist, exposed the hoaxsters. He wrote a long Twitter thread detailing Jason Nauertz’s claims. Nauertz posted several tweets on Thursday in which he claimed that he was the uncle of one of the victims of the Uvalde shootings. He also stated in the same series of tweets that he and his family members had “finally been able to view my living nephew’s body to confirm their identity” and were then followed home by someone he believed to be reporters.

He wrote that they returned home and a representative of Gov Greg Abbott informed them that he was willing to pay them to support the Gov and tell us we don’t require stronger gun laws.

Nauretz claimed then that the representative threatened to kill him if he spoke about their conversation.

Nauretz claimed that Nauretz asked him to leave, and he said that if he spoke about the conversation, he would face charges and possibly worse. “We replied with f*cky, try me to find out. We were then told that people are always hurt and disappear. F*ck Greg Abbott, this harassment while we mourn.

He also tweeted to thank people for reaching out and implied that he had video evidence of what happened.

“Thank you to all who reached out with condolences or ideas for assistance. We have been in touch with real help. My sister has a home surveillance system that can upload to a storage system. My post and its validity will be protected. He wrote, “Thank you again.”

After learning about Nauertz’s thread, Ngo decided to drop the receipts. Many reporters and blue-check leftists rushed to comfort Ngo and offer support. Most of them took the man’s words as they were without questioning or verifying any of them.

Ngo pointed out a few other false claims made by the man, such as how he was a 9/11 first responder and a prisoner-of-war, a Purple Heart recipient, and someone who had served multiple tours in Afghanistan and Iraq.

Ngo also detailed the Twitter accounts that jumped on the story.

Nauertz, Ngo pointed out, has also falsely claimed to be a black man:

You can see more screengrabs of Nauertz’s gullible responses in the thread by The Usual Suspects (some have since deleted their tweets including Olbermann), which is available in its entirety here. A screengrab of a tweet taken by someone who investigated Nauertz’s claims about military service is also included.

Ngo Nauertz claimed that his account had been hacked at 2 p.m. Eastern Time on Friday. Joy Reid was the one who pulled this Joy Reid stunt. Ngo was documenting his actions at the time. Nauertz then deleted the posts and locked or disabled the account.

However, as of this writing, you can click the link to his webpage and get this message: “This Account Doesn’t Exist” So Ngo has apparently called him out and he’s deleted his account.

These types of people are depraved and need professional help. Nauertz should seek the assistance he requires, rather than reactivating it. Twitter should suspend his account immediately if he decides to reactivate it. In the aftermath of a mass shooting, it’s not a good idea to post false information about yourself and your past.