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Kurt Nimmo

Kurt Nimmo has blogged on political issues since 2002. In 2008, he worked as lead editor and writer at Infowars, and is currently a content producer for Newsbud. His book Another Day In The Empire is available from Amazon.

A dystopian nightmare for millions spreads across the land. It is seriously astounding how fast the economy is crumbling. No infusion of funny money will save the American people from the historically severe depression now evolving. State and federal governments are becoming more authoritarian in response to serious influenza (critical …

Is the corporate media-generated hysteria over what appears to be a normal influenza virus happenstance? I certainly don’t claim to be a financial wizard. In fact, at best, I have a rudimentary understanding of how the convoluted funny money economy works. However, you don’t need to fully comprehend the ins-and-outs …

Kurt Nimmo has been silent for a while, but has pounded out some truth in recent posts on Friday and Saturday.  The following was written on Friday and there are two posts beneath it that are the exhibits of exactly what he is talking about. The Lesson of COVID-19 The …

I figured as much. The moment Mike Bloomberg announced his intention to spend part of his billions—like Trump before him—to gain the presidency, I thought: this is the perfect opening for Hillary Clinton.  Clinton will be Bloomberg’s running mate, according to Drudge, citing sources within team Bloomberg.  Sources close to Bloomberg …

Effort to shut down political opposition masquerading as noble effort to protect the children. Boris Johnson, like Trump, is a phony populist. His political stepping stone to the position of PM was Brexit. He is a British blue blood raised au pair in the bucolic English countryside. Johnson identifies as …

Lloyd Blankfein, one of a handful of banksters responsible for the “Greatest Recession,” is warning about the possibility of the multi-millionaire socialist Bernie Sanders taking the Democrat nomination.  If Dems go on to nominate Sanders, the Russians will have to reconsider who to work for to best screw up the …

It should be obvious by now, even for the semi-attentive, that USG elections are fixed. This arrangement failed stupendously in 2016 and the establishment has spent the last three years trying to unseat an elected president they revile and want to be removed from office, even if the interloper must …

Thugs are not in the business of taking your money and then treating you to dinner. If the state is addicted to stealing your money, at least it could spend it on the people. But that would be like asking for a unicorn at Christmas.  State spawned sociopaths are no …

Forbes has a rundown on the net worth of the contenders jostling to be the next establishment teleprompter reader.  The “poorest” candidate is Pete Buttigieg. He’s worth a measly $100,000. He’d be a lot wealthier if he had not ditched a gig at the consulting firm McKinsey to go into Indiana …

The Dem circus rolled into Iowa with an app to tabulate caucus results. It failed, miserably, and by the time I read the news this morning, there were zero results. I had a good chuckle over that one, especially after discovering the app was developed by an Obama lickspittle.  Of …