... The source who spent the night at Gebert’s home provided emails and
screenshots of text messages to Hatewatch that corroborate their story.
The same source said they also attended a clandestine dinner at a
hotel with Gebert, his wife and Holocaust-denying author David Irving on
June 17, 2017. The source provided emails and text messages to
corroborate the story of the dinner. The source also sent a picture of
Irving, which they said was taken at the dinner.
A third source told Hatewatch they also attended the event with
Irving and the Geberts. Both sources who said they attended the Irving
dinner recalled it being held in a private room in a hotel in downtown
Washington, D.C. An email provided by one of the sources shows it was
held at the Nage Bistro at the Courtyard Marriott, and started at 7 p.m.
Saturday, June 17, 2017. Gebert introduced himself as a state
department official at that dinner, according to both sources who
State Department employees are restricted from engaging in some
outside political activities while working for the federal government,
according to the Hatch Act. Some of those restrictions include
engaging “in political activity in an official capacity” and engaging
in “political activity while on duty or in the workplace.” Hatewatch was
unable to determine if Gebert was on duty during the Irving dinner or
if the gathering involved political activity.
Four separate sources named Gebert’s wife, Anna Vuckovic, as “Wolfie
James,” a blogger and Twitter personality who also is connected to the
white nationalist movement. In addition to the three aforementioned
sources, a fourth source told Hatewatch they knew Vuckovic by her name
and identified her in the movement as “Wolfie James.” The fourth source
said they had heard Vuckovic’s husband had “a serious job,” and that the
couple lived in the Washington, D.C. area...
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