The Proud Boys of Oklahoma

From the Southern Poverty Law Center: Established in the midst of the 2016 presidential election by VICE Media co-founder Gavin McInnes, the Proud Boys are self-described “western chauvinists” who adamantly deny any connection to the racist “alt-right,” insisting they are simply a fraternal group spreading an “anti-political correctness” and “anti-white guilt” agenda.

Their disavowals of bigotry are belied by their actions: rank-and-file Proud Boys and leaders regularly spout white nationalist memes and maintain affiliations with known extremists. They are known for anti-Muslim and misogynistic rhetoric. Proud Boys have appeared alongside other hate groups at extremist gatherings like the "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville. Indeed, former Proud Boys member Jason Kesslerhelped to organize the event, which brought together Klansmen, antisemites, Southern racists, and militias. Kessler was only “expelled” from the group after the violence and near-universal condemnation of the Charlottesville rally-goers. Other hardcore members of the so-called "alt-right" have argued that the “western chauvinist” label is just a “PR cuck term” McInnes crafted to gain mainstream acceptance. “Let’s not bullshit,” Brian Brathovd, aka Caeralus Rex, told his co-hosts on the antisemitic The Daily Shoah — one of the most popular alt-right podcasts. If the Proud Boys “were pressed on the issue, I guarantee you that like 90% of them would tell you something along the lines of ‘Hitler was right. Gas the Jews.’”

The Oklahoma chapter of the Proud Boys is mostly just making a lot of noise at this point and avoiding the national events where members from other states are doing their dirty work. On a national level, Oklahoma's members are being derided as "do nothing" and have earned the vulgar nickname of the Proud Pussies of Oklahoma.

As their ranks in the state grow, however, the likeihood of violence from them grows as well. 



UPDATE: July 26, 2018


The new president of Proud Boys of Oklahoma is Glenn Michael Girone, Jr. He is the co-owner of BriteShine Carwash in OKC and Yukon. 


Sean Lloyd a/k/a Jaq Daniel, an  EMT trainee at  the Tulsa Technology Center a leader of Proud Boys of Oklahoma.

Kristopher "Tober" Ackerman, a tattoo artist at Mystical Illusions in OKC, is the group's  Sergeant at Arms.  Has long history with drug court and falsely claims military service.  

After publishing this article the Proud Boys began crawling out from underneath their rocks. Some begged for their information to be removed, while others trolled our social media page. Just a short while ago with received a rather mediocre death threat from what looks like appears to be one of them.   

Published July 25, 2018

Hate Trackers has managed to identify over seventy members, prospects, and followers of the notorious alt-right group known as the Proud Boys right here in Oklahoma. And our list is still growing. Not all listed have been initiated into the hate group. Others are prospects waiting to be initiated or are those showing the first signs of radicalization by associating in some manner with the group.

The latter category are those more easily led away from the Proud Boys' violent actions. Generally, like we've seen with the Klan, a little exposure snaps them back to reality and warns them away from further involvement.

To obtain the information we monitored the Proud Boys OKC and Proud Boys Oklahoma Facebook pages. We just didn't include those who had visited, commented, or liked posts on their social media. Each individual was cross-vetted and profiled, so most showing up on their pages aren't included on our list unless we felt justified in doing so.

The Proud Boys are a fairly new group to the  hate and domestic extremism family having only begun in 2016. It was founded by  Gavin McInnes, who describes the group as a "pro-Western fraternal organization for men who refuse to apologize for creating the modern world."

Not all the Proud Boys and their associates are white nationalists are racist, but the founder and leadership most certainly are, as well as the majority of members we've seen. Despite their protestations and aggressive intimidation campaigns to come off as "normal" their violent attacks, participation in white supremacy rallies, and personal statements has led many in law enforcement and in groups that monitor such activiity to conclude the Proud Boys should indeed be considered a white nationalist group.

It's not uncommon to find People of Color and other marginalized groups to have a very small presence in the Proud Boys. Indeed, we've seen African-Americans involved in the Klan and Confederate groups.    

Since starting two years ago, the Proud Boys have garnered attention for its extreme misogyny puting them on par with Incel.

Many members wear a black Fred Perry polo shirt with yellow striping. However, it’s not a requirement. The figures we’re seeing in Oklahoma swing from the clean cut to the biker look.

The Proud Boys were one of the extremist groups that participated in the deadly ‘Unite the Right’ gathering in Charlottesville, Virginia. On August 12, 2017 a violent clash occurred between the alt-right groups, many carrying torches and clubs, and social justice warriors, who stood up to the white nationalists. Thirty-two-year-old Heather Heyer was killed and several injured, when a car plowed into activists standing up against the hate and bigotry.

The Southern Poverty Law Center has collected quite a number of statements made by the radicalized group.

"It’s such a rape culture with these immigrants, I don’t even think these women see it as rape. They see it as just like having a teeth [sic] pulled. ‘It’s a Monday. I don’t really enjoy it,’ but that’s what you do. I wouldn’t be surprised if it doesn’t have the same trauma as it would for a middle-class white girl in the suburbs because it’s so entrenched into their culture.” — Gavin McInnes, Get Off My Lawn, June 19, 2018

"Muslims have a problem with inbreeding. They tend to marry their first cousins…and that is a major problem here because when you have mentally damaged inbreds — which not all Muslims are, but a disproportionate number are — and you have a hate book called the Koran…you end up with a perfect recipe for mass murder." — Gavin McInnes, Get Off My Lawn, April 24, 2018

“We brought roads and infrastructure to India and they are still using them as toilets. Our criminals built nice roads in Australia but aboriginals keep using them as a bed. The next time someone bitches about colonization, the correct response is ‘You’re welcome.’”  —Gavin McInnes, “10 Things I like About White Guys,” Taki’s Magazine, March 2, 2017

“Well look at the canary in the coal mine called Britain. We see guys get away with raping children regularly, and they have excuses like ‘I didn’t understand the word ‘no.’’ We have a woman raped several times in one night. All these guys seem to…they don’t all get away but they seem to get away way too often. And then you have people being jailed for rude tweets and comments when they’re white, so…people in America say ‘Muslim are what? One or two percent of the population? There’s never gonna be sharia law here.’ And I say have a look at Britain. Have a look at Europe. That’s where we’re headed.”  —Gavin McInnes, “Get Off My Lawn”, November 4, 2017

“Maybe the reason I’m sexist is because women are dumb. No, I’m just kidding, ladies. But you do tend to not thrive in certain areas — like writing.”
—Gavin McInnes, The Gavin McInnes Show, June 28, 2017

“I just realized something. Cory Booker is kind of like Sambo. He’s kind of shucking and jiving for the white man. Cory Booker grew up rich in an all-white suburb. He’s basically a white guy. His parents were very wealthy executives at IBM… .But he wants to be a black dude, so he pretends that he’s down with the brothers and he acts outraged about racism all the time — for white people. That gets him votes from whites.”  —Gavin McInnes on his CRTV show “Get Off My Lawn,” January 17, 2018

“The white liberal ethos tells us blacks aren’t at MIT because of racism. They say blacks dominate the prison population for the same reason. They insist America is a racist hellhole where ‘people of color’ have no future. This does way more damage to black youth than the KKK. When you strip people of culpability and tell them the odds are stacked against them, they don’t feel like trying. White liberals make this worse by then using affirmative action to “correct” society’s mistakes. When blacks are forced into schools they aren’t qualified for they have no choice but to drop out. Instead of going back a step to a school they can handle, they tend to give up on higher education entirely. Thanks to the Marxist myth of ubiquitous equality, this ‘mismatch’ leaves blacks less educated than they would have been had they been left to their own devices.”  —Gavin McInnes, “America in 2034,” American Renaissance, June 17, 2014

“I’m not a fan of Islam. I think it’s fair to call me Islamophobic.”  —Gavin McInnes, NBC interview, 2017

“Palestinians are stupid. Muslims are stupid. And the only thing they really respect is violence and being tough.”
—Gavin McInnes, The Gavin McInnes Show, March 8, 2017

“Why don’t we take back Bethlehem? Why don’t we take back Northern Iraq? Why don’t we start our own Crusades? That’s what the Crusades were. They weren’t just someone picking on Muslims for no reason — they were a reaction to Muslim tyranny. We finally fought back.”  —Gavin McInnes, The Gavin McInnes Show, March 8, 2017

“Buying woman parts from a hospital and calling yourself a broad trivializes what it is to be a woman. Womanhood is not on a shelf next to wigs and makeup. Similarly, being a dude is quite involved. Ripping your vaginal canal out of your fly doesn’t mean you are going to start inventing shit and knowing how cement works. Being a man is awesome. So is being a woman. We should revere these creations, not revel in their bastardization.”  —Gavin McInnes, “Transphobia is Perfectly Natural,” Thought Catalog, August 8, 2014

“I am not afraid to speak out about the atrocities that whites and people of European descent face not only here in this country but in Western nations across the world. The war against whites, and Europeans and Western society is very real and it’s time we all started talking about it and stopped worrying about political correctness and optics.”  —Kyle Chapman, who formed the Fraternal Order of Alt-Knights, a wing of the Proud Boys, Unite America First Peace Rally, Sacramento, California, July 8, 2017

“Put something on the table! Give us a reason to accept you, because you know what? Sharia law ain’t it. Raping women ain’t it. Cutting off clits ain’t it. Throwing gay people of roofs ain’t it. You are a disgrace.”  —Pawl Bazile, a production director of Proud Boys’ magazine, on Muslims, March against Sharia rally, New York City, New York, June 10, 2017

Known Members, Prospects, Groupies, and Associates

Ackerman, Gabe - Elk City

Aldrich, Alannah - Inola

Anders, Chris - Claremore

Anders, Mereidith - Owasso 

Anderson, Grant - Tulsa

Arnold, Nelson - Tulsa

Atchley, Wayne - Moore

Bailey, Thomas Preston - Altus

Barrilleaux, James - Lawton

Berry, Quinton - OKC

Bledsoe, Steve - Shawnee 

Boyster, Courtney - Guthrie

Brazell, James - Norman

Brown, John Tom - OKC

Bui, Daniel - OKC 

Bush Yoder, Brandon - Norman

Campbell II, Jesse - OKC

Celayo Jr., Raul - OKC 

Chance, Jimmie - Stillwater

Chastain, LW - Verden

Clark, Barry - Maysville

Colbert, Jonah - OKC

Collins, Jesse - Tulsa

Cuccuini, Bob - OKC

Cunningham, Patrick N - Tulsa

Daves, Jamey - Guthrie

Davies, Anthony – Broken Arrow  

Decker, Dakota - Tulsa

Deming, David - Norman 

Dennis, Clayton - Tulsa
Desbien, Jordan - Tulsa

Duncomb, Andrew - Seminole 

Dutton, Chad - OKC

Duty, Rick - Sand Springs

Emery, Justin - Edmond 

Erwin, Jacob - Guthrie

Erwin, Nicholas - OKC

Feller, Amber Chapman - Chickasha

Feller, Michael Wayne - Chickasha

Floyd, Brandon - Washington

Garrett, James - Tulsa

Garrett, Ty - OKC

Garretson, Gunner - Maud

Gee, Jackson - Oklahoma

Gill, Danny - Weatherford

Girone, Glenn – Norman

Girone, Candice Dowlen - Norman

Gordon, Dewy Tyler - Guthrie

Grams, James - Tulsa

Harper, Timothy - OKC
Hiebert, Mark - OKC

Hill, Bryce - Tulsa 

Hobbs, Brett - OKC

Hooker, Bill - Claremore

Hubbard, Charles - Tulsa

Irons, Tom - Adair 

Ivey, Mike - Duncan

Jamison, Tony Ray - Tulsa

Johnson, Brennan - Okmulgee

Jones, Bo - Sand Springs

Keepers, Joshua - Moore 

Killgo, Ryan - Norman

Klemann, Cory Dylan  - Owasso

Knox, Michael - Midwest City

LeValley, Jared - Perry 

Lister, J.R. - Tecumseh

Loftis, Stephen - Shawnee

Llloyd, Sean - Inola/Tulsa

Manovsky, J.T. - OKC 

McElwain, Tanner - Muskogee

Mckelvey, Jeremy - OKC

Metcalf, Zach - Mustang  

Mosco, Scott - Okemah

Mullins (Pilkington, Welker), Jennifer - Edmond

Munson, Mike - Tulsa

Neher, Alan - Calumet

Nelson, Jeremy - Chickasha
Ozment, Matthew – Broken Arrow

Pilant, Steven - Tulsa Area

Plunkett, Robert - OKC

Porter, Zach - OKC

Powers, Jimmie - Wagoner

Provenzano, Zachary - OKC

Ratliff, Jason - Midwest City

Rice, Toby - OKC

Robinson Jr., Jay - Lawton 

Scott, Jim - Moyers

Schmidt, Cooter B - Cordell  

Shumate, Brad - OKC 

Siscoe, Andrew - OKC

Slay, Aaron - Eastern OK  

Smith, Barry - OKC

Smith, James - Weatherford

Spaulding, Bill - Stillwater

Spradlin, Joshua - Newkirk 

Sprayberry, Brady Michael - Moore

Steel, David - OKC

Stewart, James M. Jr.  - Woodward

Steiger, Charles - Norman

Stewart, Jay - Woodward 

Stockton, Vance - Wyandotte
Stolzy, Steven - Tulsa 

Taylor, Clifton Scott - Wewoka

Thompson, See - Perry

Thurman, Greg - Oologah

Toilet, Thomas E.  - Shawnee

Tyler, Spencer - OKC

Washburn, David, Yukon 

Williams, Scott - Tulsa 

Winnard, Wade - OKC  

Wishon, Travis - Anadarko

Yoder (Bush), Brandon - Norman



Published July 26, 2018

Members of the alt-right hate group known as the Proud Boys spent the night trolling our social media pages, sending assault and death threats, and had their attorney threaten to shoot…uh…sue us. That attorney is Jason Lee Van Dyke, who is currently being investigated by the Texas Bar Association for a long pattern of making racist comments and sending out death threats to journalists and their children. 

Below you can view dozens of photos and screen captures showing you just what this unhinged attorney is like and how racist, homophobic, and violent the Proud Boys are - and how their presence in Oklahoma could explode into a storm of violence, as seen in Charlotesville and Portland.  

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New Leadership

The new president of Proud Boys of Oklahoma is Glenn Michael Girone, Jr. He is the co-owner of BriteShine Carwash in OKC and Yukon.  Junior, also, appears to be planning an expanson into the medical marijuana business. Any attempt at a license for such an operation will be challenged on the basis of Girone's connections to a hate group and his association with a number of criminals.  Hate Trackers is calling for a full boycott of Junior's business interests. We do not recommend any leftist group vandalize their properties. 


3820 NW 39th St

OKC, OK 73112



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Yukon, OK 73099