• Fiery (but Mostly Peaceful)

  • The 2020 Riots and the Gaslighting of America
  • By: Julio Rosas
  • Narrated by: Julio Rosas
  • Length: 5 hrs and 27 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (224 ratings)

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By: Julio Rosas
Narrated by: Julio Rosas
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Publisher's Summary

In the summer of 2020, America was under siege by radical antifa actors across the country. But if you were only reading mainstream headlines, you probably have no idea just how bad it really was. As homes and businesses were being burned to the ground and livelihoods were being destroyed, corporate media engaged in a full-scale attempt to gaslight the American people, pushing Orwellian narratives about the violent riots by mislabeling them as peaceful, democratic demonstrations, all seemingly to bolster their biased political views. 

But one intrepid reporter was on the ground at all the major riots and witnessed what really happened—and is telling the full story for the first time.

In his explosive new book, Julio Rosas presents the definitive account of what really happened that summer, exposing the truth behind countless misleading headlines and taking listeners inside the shocking and heartbreaking destruction the media refused to cover. Rosas’ groundbreaking reporting of the biggest and most destructive riots that gripped the nation in recent memory—including Kenosha, Minneapolis, Portland, Seattle, and more—decisively uproots the prevailing bogus narratives about destructive woke mobs and sheds much-needed light on the truth about what happened. 

Small businesses and citizens of targeted cities are still sifting through the rubble left behind by rioters while the media continues to turn a blind eye. Rosas’ shocking account highlights the ways in which this fallout continues to haunt and devastate communities even to this day. Thrilling, suspenseful, and packed start to finish with jaw-dropping facts and never-before-told eyewitness accounts, Fiery (but Mostly Peaceful) pulls back the curtain and sets the record straight on a series of radical events across the country that, despite the media’s attempts to convince Americans otherwise, were anything but peaceful.

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Audible censorship

I so desperately want to listen to this book but just like every other conservative book that I have purchased on here, I get a message saying that “something went wrong”.
Call tech support and they say they will call you back after they fix the issues. Never happens.
Funny thing is this never happens with any other books that I purchase. Just those one’s attempting to expose the truth.
Hopefully I’ll get to listen someday.
Five stars from me just to help promote your work. Keep up the fight.

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Truly shocking

I like most of you found myself disgusted with the actions of the Wisconsin Police on the day of George Floyd’s death. In my personal experience, I went to a BLM protest, there I found a bombastic crowd chanting for change. I decided that that would be my first ever freelance journalism attempt. I interviewed several people most of them didn’t even know why they were there, but the ones that did were so passionate about the evil actions that they saw in Wisconsin.

Slowly over the next few days I watched Los Angeles devolve into horrendous crimes, the entirety of the US fall into a horrible state of unrest, a riot in every major city. I watch the news refused to cover the truth, I watched police break the law, this is the first of a book to cover both. Mr. Rosas truly wrote some thing spectacular. I hope everybody that listens to this understands the implication and the power that the media has. As an aspiring journalist, I lost all faith in the truth being covered.

Thank you Julio. Thank you DW Books.

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Loved it

interesting first-hand viewpoint. really kept me involved in each and every chapter. maybe a little slow at the end. overall great read

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Great telling of the mostly peaceful protests

I like when books are read by the author. Julio does a great job reading and the story is great as it's not something you'll see in trashy mainstream media. I was already mostly familiar with the things covered but regardless it was a good reminder of the insanity of that year and how horribly biased mainstream media is.

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Sigh….

I hate that this book was necessary. But I’m also grateful that it exists. Thanks.

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Every American should read this book!

Julio Rosas does a great job of exploring the wild leftists which would take control of our nation, if only they could make up their minds as to what they really want.

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Good Book

This is a good read, it definitely shows how the media narrative conflicts with the truth. Thank you DW Books for producing this book.

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Courage and objectivity

I assumed that the words courage and objectivity had been removed from the dictionary. I am glad to say that Julio has made sure that they are still “in print.”

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Super Eye Opening. Filled with facts

I had no idea of many of the details revealed in this book about both January 6th and the BLM riots. super revealing book and I hope the author does more writing in the future

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Calling it gaslighting is being too nice

Clearly told descriptions of what happened, when and where - plus how it got warped by the mainstream media filter. Appreciated it being read by the author, wouldn't work well with another narrator, but would have appreciated it more if he slowed down and enunciated a bit more clearly.