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LMAO. I remember seeing this a couple months back. I think that's probably what made the idea pop into my head.
Of course, I'm joking about him being secretly MAGA, but that clip certainly proves that he knows the truth and chooses to lie to his viewers, which is quite despicable. I have more respect for someone who's just a complete and total idiot.
They? He's a "they" now? I can't keep up with all this pronoun shit. Next you'll tell me Chris Cuomo is trans.
Subtly calling Biden "the Big Guy?" What if Don Lemon is secretly MAGA? What if he's just been pretending to be retarded this whole time to try and redpill normies, but it hasn't been working because most of his viewers are stupid?
By stealing an election and lying constantly?
Based pillow merchant
Exactly my thoughts. Kek
I was just thinking the other day about that couple in AZ that ingested fish-tank cleaner, and the guy died from it. That was sort of the start for this notion that "COVID misinformation" could be deadly.
I did some research, and apparently the wife was a huge Dem supporter. There was later a homicide investigation due to the fact that her husband who died had taken a lethal dose of fish-tank cleaner in his soda, whereas she hadn't put nearly as much of it in her own soda. They had apparently been having marriage problems, too.
It seems the investigation was closed, and his death was ruled an accident. I just wonder if there's more to the story here.
Let me try to put it chronologically:
-Evidence showed that the malaria drug chloroquine/hydroxychloroquine was successful in treating SARS in its initial outbreak.
-Chinese doctors used hydroxychloroquine to treat COVID-19 during the Wuhan outbreak
-News articles came out pointing to this as a potential treatment
-Trump talked about this
-Mainstream media lambasted him, every article about hydroxychloroquine was now negative
-Couple ingest fish-tank cleaner, woman blames Trump for husband's death
-There develops a notion that "COVID misinformation" is potentially dangerous, deadly even
-Big Tech begins censoring and "fact-checking" anything that contradicts the mainstream media's current narrative about COVID transmissibility, the threat the virus poses, and potential treatments
-COVID origins is added to the list
-Election fraud is added
-January 6th happens
-People start getting deplatformed in addition to the censorship that's already happening, starting with Trump
Now, let's set aside the election fraud stuff for a bit and look at just COVID-19. The mainstream media controls the entire narrative on COVID, and Big Tech censors anything that doesn't fall in line. Big Tech has likely been wanting to control free speech for a while. They were probably waiting since the start of the pandemic to somehow use it as leverage to start censoring people. The realist in me knows this and believes that, most-likely, they would have found some excuse sooner or later.
However, the conspiracy theorist in me notices that all of this COVID-related censorship ties back to one specific event: fish-tank lady. Here's a woman with such TDS that she ingested toxic chemicals just to pin blame on him and his words. Not only did she do this; it snowballed until the MSM narrative on COVID became "The Science" and all discourse outside of the narrative became "conspiracy theories." In other words, it worked like a charm. Correct me if I'm wrong, but it seems it took exactly one leftist rando doing something incredibly stupid to bring down freedom of speech and to allow Zuckerberg and Dorsey to become gatekeepers of all information regarding COVID-19.
I'm not going to draw any conclusions here, but isn't that (pun intended) a bit fishy? I'm wondering if I should make a post about this to see what other pedes think.
King Buzzo from the Melvins is based. He's an avid Thomas Sowell reader and spoke out against musicians who say they're against the system while espousing socialism.
Barron is so based.
There are some good rock musicians in the indie scene, but most of them revealed themselves to be lefty cucks last year.
One musician I follow actually said, "Vote Biden/Harris please," on Election Day. I really don't give a shit what your private views are if you're a musician. Just don't preach to me and tell me who to vote for.
This musician I'm talking about writes garage rock songs with almost no political content, too. At least with a retarded commie band like Rage Against the Machine, they tell you in their songs that they're stupid cucks.
Apparently, Ariel Pink, another indie rock guy, got cancelled for being a MAGA supporter, but I've never gotten into his music (mostly because I've never really given it a good listen).
True, but I mean specifically Trump supporters, not just the type of people who would have voted for Trump if he ran.
Seeing the full clip here actually makes it look like maybe he's roasting Biden a bit rather than mocking Trump supporters. But he should have called him "Mr. Vice President." That would have been way funnier and ballsier.
Holy shit. It only took him six years.
While I don't agree that libertarianism per se is retarded, the Libertarian Party today is garbage. It's another third party that aligns with the New Left on a number of issues, while presenting itself as some sort of refreshing alternative to the two-party system.
They'll tell you that Republicans and Democrats are both big government, but then if you look at their policies, they themselves are mostly just "socially liberal" Republican Lites.
True libertarianism, which is essentially classical liberalism, is, however, based and very similar to constitutional conservatism.
He's trying to get out of being sent to the MAGA gulags by Comrade Garland's goons for the hat on his shelf at home. Shame.
What is the Federalist's obsession with Kristi Noem? The article started out okay, save for the whole "Bret Kavanaugh is based by virtue of the fact that Dems tried to ruin his nomination" bullshit, but then it diverges into yet another Kristi Noem hit piece from the Federalist. This has been going on since like February.
Seriously, that particular publication is just obsessed with slinging mud at the woman, and it's not like she just sat around and did nothing whatsoever about the transgenders in girls' sports issue. She signed an executive order banning just that, which might not be best case scenario, but that's really the state legislature's fault for writing a shitty bill.
Listen, I'm not a Kristi Noem fanboy. I think she seems like a pretty good governor, miles ahead of what I have for a governor, but I'm not going to say she'd make a good president, or that she's been a trailblazer in fighting the culture war. However, when someone is being repeatedly maligned and misrepresented by the same exact "conservative" (they did publish this: https://thefederalist.com/2021/01/28/trumps-reckless-stolen-election-talk-is-the-reason-he-should-be-impeached/) publication over and over, not to mention the disingenuous comparisons to Pence, it raises some red flags for me. What do they gain from attacking her so persistently? Is it something personal?
I respect that. It would certainly be entertaining, not gonna lie.
This makes perfect sense now, seeing how quickly he'd changed his tune and tried to throw Fulton county under the bus after months of saying it was the cleanest election ever.
Washington was level-headed. Jones may be right about more than a lot of people give him credit for, but he is way too temperamental to be president.
I know people are going to pull the "But that's what they said about Trump" card on me for saying that, but it's important to note that it's actually true about Alex Jones. Trump attacked people on Twitter, didn't mince words, and was unconventional to say the least, but he was not actually temperamental in the sense that Jones is. He would have never been able to negotiate with Kim Jong-un.
I believe that comic there is supposed to depict him stopping an evil American soldier from hurting the poor innocent Viet Cong.
u/Barack-Obama2 knows all about that.
I laughed out loud at when the reporter called this cuck out on bringing up Trump 20 seconds into the interview.
There is something extremely likable about this dude.
The other day they were saying immunity may last years. Let's see how long it takes for them to flip-flop back to saying we need boosters every six months.
I honestly doubt many of these people, especially if they're writing op-eds, are as neurotic as they lead on. They are doing this to virtue-signal, not because they're scared. The only thing they're really scared of is people starting to think for themselves.