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In Defense Of Our Nation I have written several articles alluding to the ongoing gun control agenda, and the attempts to shift attention from Islamic terrorism to alleged white supremacy and right-wing nationalism. I have cited reports alluding to the fact that gun owners concerned of second amendment infringements, people …
Conspiracy theory. It’s the term used toward Christians, conservatives, Republicans, constitutionalists, libertarians, and American patriots to marginalize the individual on a personal level and draw attention away from the hypothesized scenario because of some form of truth being presented in the hypothesis. The term was first used by the Central …
Why Are We Not Referring To MainStream Media & Democrats As “Conspiracy Theorists” Now? The Truth About “Russian Collusion”
Since there is now officially no, nada, zero, zip evidence that the Trump campaign colluded with the Russians in the 2016 election cycle, should we not start labeling mainstream media outlets like MSNBC, CNN and others, as well as high and low ranking Democrats as “conspiracy theorists,” only with an emphasis of not a shred of evidence of their claims?
Mainstream media is now normalizing the geoengineering practice of spraying particulates into the atmosphere with airplanes to cool the planet.
CNN, when you have Buzzfeed fact checking you and they call you out as liars, that’s a definite sign that you are “very fake news.” Perhaps, we should start referring to CNN as the Conspiracy News Network and give them a taste of their own medicine. We can do it with virtually every other corporate-own, state-controlled media outlet in the country.
The conspiracy to spread the conspiracy theory is real. And its roots have been tracked back through the media, the government and back to the Clinton campaign. While the Clinton-Steele dossier is a series of bizarre unfounded allegations, alternately described as non-credible or as so secret that the Russians would kill for it by its proponents, the conspiracy to seed it into an investigation and the media is not a theory. We know how it happened. We know how it was done. We know who paid for it, who the central players were and why they did it. That’s not a theory. It’s a conspiracy.
The U.S. Army has admitted that it secretly conducted at least 239 germ warfare tests in locations across the country, targeting unsuspecting Americans.
The conspiracy theories fall apart when you examine them. Dig into the numbers and they don’t hold up. And none of them prove their central premise that the 2016 election was illegitimate. Like the Mueller investigation and most conspiracy theories, they go to all sorts of interesting places. But they never actually make the trip from A to B. Instead they’d like to tell you about Russian trolls, Canadian gay vegans, British intelligence agents, Macedonian websites, Japanese servers and everything else.
My grandmother always said, “Chickens may run around the yard all day; but, they eventually come home to roost.” Now, she wasn’t just talking about chickens. She was talking about the things you say and do in life that seem to find their way home to you, sitting on your …