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  1. I just came across a Rand quote from an interview that could easily have been directed at today's "scientists" and the ban on HCQ or ivermectin... Excerpt from an interview, Speaking Freely, With Edwin Mewman, NBC-TV, 1972 (as printed in Objectively Speaking: Ayn Rand Interviewed, pg. 210): Rand: "...while science-whose purpose after all is to servce man- is still advancing, man is retrogressing...." Newman: "Miss Rand, what is the evidence that the scientific method is being undercut?" Rand: "Observe the panic created today by rash, unproved conclusions about scientific matters, issued without regard to context or consequences. We see scientists reaching conclusions that are rescinded within a few months....A more recent example is the sudden ban on the use of hexachlorophene, which was declared to be dangerous. Within a very short time, there was an epidemic of infant deaths in maternity wards, because hexachlorophene was the protection the babies needed against certain kinds of infection. The promulgators of these claims are men devoid of serious, scientific method. They do not know what to regard as proof. They do not know what is required in order to offer a hypothesis, and then to prove or discard it. They predominantly use the statistical method, which is invaluable in some realms, but is not the basis of scientific knowledge."
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  2. It’s turtles all the way down..
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  3. Now there's this. Fox News won't run Mike's ads when they mention the Cyber Symposium. So what did Mike do? MyPillow to Pull Ads From Fox News in Disagreement With Network Mike Lindell, CEO of MyPillow, says Fox News refused to run ad promoting an event linked to claims of widespread election fraud In his mind, Mike is on a mission from God, which is not the same thing as being on a mission to make profits for shareholders. That means, once he makes this move, it will be a long, long time before he reverses it. Possibly never. So Fox News is just going to have to make do with ads from big pharma, big banking, and big car. And probably a lot less audience. Mike is beloved by a huge chunk of Fox News's audience. They are not going to like this. btw - For as much as I like some people on Fox News, Kat and I pulled the plug. We don't watch it anymore except for sporadic online videos. We canceled the cable carrier that offered Fox News. By doing that, we cut cable news in general. The result? Both of us feel a lot less anxiety. That's not a quip. It's true. Michael
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  4. Shot: Chaser:
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  5. Why am I not surprised? A group that advertises itself as a go-to place for Republicans to get elected is really a a go-to place for Democrats (or those who hold the same values) to get elected as Republicans. This article at the Gateway Pundit talks about Landmark Communications in Georgia, but wanna bet there are similar organizations in all 50 states? BREAKING HUGE: Georgia’s Raffensperger, Sterling and Fuchs All Connected to Firm that Helps Georgia Democrats Run as Republicans And here is the article in The Georgia Record that broke the story. Landmark Communications – The ‘republican’ Political Consulting Firm In Atlanta That Runs Democrats As Republicans, Some With Ties To Chinese Communist Party No time to comment further, but the headlines say it all. The articles give the details on who was propped up by Landmark and how they got busted. Michael
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  6. So you walk into my house and steal my TV set. I go to the police station, video in hand , and say that you stole my tv set. The thief says that I stole the tv set from them. The police say that they refuse to look at my video and the courts say that I do not have evidence, nor standing. Alice in Wonderland. The Matrix
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  7. Michael, Tamed. That's the word that comes to mind in these recent times, even pre-pandemic (which played perfectly into certain hands). The taming of the collective people, not only by nanny governments but by the people who childishly need them. Again, like livestock, aptly, this shows the masses can be taught to be willingly herded and corralled with not a bleat or moo in protest.
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  8. Peter, So did you look at what I presented? (The Dr. David Martin stuff.) It's "observable, verifiable and repeatable." Ditto for what Martin presents. Did you look? If you don't observe something that is readably observable, it doesn't matter what you say about it--good or bad. All you are able to do is present speculations and/or opinions from other people who told you stuff. I agree that silly people, conspiracy kooks and the like are a huge waste of time for the intelligent, but people like Dr. David Martin and Robert Kennedy, Jr., are not silly people or conspiracy kooks. Nor do they inhabit professional environments in science, law and so on that are characterized by silliness or kookiness. Instead, they are among the top in their fields. So, if people of this stature are blowing a whistle, why not observe before dismissing? As to the photographs and paintings going around of SARS-CoV-2 (like here, for example), I'm not that familiar with electron microscopy, so I have to repeat, like I said above, that I am not a person qualified to answer the many questions that arise from what Dr. David Martin, Robert Kennedy, Jr., etc. present. I only know, so far, that others from the establishment are not answering such questions with things that I can observe. I have to trust what they say, even when they come up with pictures. For example, how in hell do I know they are presenting pictures of SARS-CoV-2? They say so. That's it and that's all she wrote. Since these are people from institutions that consistently lie to the public, that's just great. The best I can say is that people from institutions that consistently lie to the public say the pictures they present are... (fill in the blank). So one of the questions I am waiting to see answered by the whistleblowers is, what are these pictures? Are they pictures and images of SARS-CoV-2 or what else could they be? Another question is, if COVID-19 doesn't exist as a virus, or there is no pandemic, what actually killed the people who reportedly died of COVID-19? There are plenty of other questions. I can't answer them objectively (so far). And they won't be answered objectively by ignoring them or taking the pronouncements of government authorities at face value. You know, if I had not seen what I have seen with the manmade climate change debacle, the stolen 2020 election, and so on, it would have never occurred to me to doubt medical scientists. Now, if I want to use Objectivist epistemology, like you say, especially the "observe" part, I believe I would be wrong to take anything (and that includes "and" and "the") modern government authorities and establishment scientists say at face value. Doctors included. Especially when gobs of money and power are in the mix. Given their truth track record, I would have to call believing them without looking at other experts and checking their pronouncements where I can, even when they occur in peer-reviewed publications, an act of faith. And faith is not a tenet of Objectivist epistemology. I'm a lay-person, not a PhD. I'm simply doing what I can to not be lied to and fall for it. I believe this is what moves you, too. (I see you as one of the good guys. ) You have more invested than I do since you can't untake the vaccine, but that is not a factor in epistemological method. Notice that our disagreements are generally over things we cannot observe and confirm. So, for many of our disagreements, I like to follow what President Trump says. "Let's see what happens." Did you catch the language? "See" is a form of observing. A statement like that--i.e. (paraphrased), waiting until there is something that can be seen in order to be certain--is pure Objectivist epistemology in action. Michael
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  9. Great posts ThatGuy. When I first heard Biden say, "They are killing people," I got his message but not all the implications of him "threatening" free speech. I know there are limitations / implications on free speech when you lie or libel but this "White House Down censorship" goes beyond that. Odd. Trump is still calling people out for their bad choice of words, but I never considered him a totalitarian, just a free speech advocate. And the free speech, includes him.
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  10. I want to leave a thought here that I haven't seen anyone express so far. Everybody is asking who killed Ashli Babbitt. Even President Trump asked this. The press on this point has made me want to vomit. They don't talk about it except for a few times, and then, they all dance around the issue as if dancing around issues were a virtue. Well, here's the big hungry angry rhinoceros shitting in the room that no one wants to mention. Ashli was a pretty white girl and the guy who shot her in the head in cold blood was a black police officer, a fed at that. That's the issue. The fucking story the mainstream idiots want to perpetuate in order to bolster BLM and Antifa, etc. Murder to them is not as important as the story they want to tell. Well, no one blanks out murder. It happens. And we need to tell the story of this one. Look at the mess the mainstream story made. Anywho, no links or further discussion right now because I'm going on a small trip in a few minutes. I will be back Sunday. Gonna see the Land of Lincoln with Kat tooling around the old Route 66 (now renamed). I don't expect to look at an Internet screen while we are travelling. Gotta unplug. Be good, kids... See ya' soon. Michael
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  11. And Marc better stop walking around and scaring people!
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  12. Mike Lindell was just being interviewed by Steve Bannon. Steve was trying to play Devil's Advocate as Mike was talking about the packet captures and a discussion he had earlier with one his critics, who finally agreed to come to the Cyber Symposium with a tech guy. Then Steve said they are going to come down hard on him, especially how he got ahold of the packet captures--that even his critic asked why these packet captures were not turned over to this authority or that to preserve chain of custody, etc. Mike responded that they did try, but they couldn't get anyone to do anything. So Steve asked, why did they finally give up trying to find other authorities and give the packet captures to him? Mike said (and I paraphrase), "That's easy. I've got the biggest mouth in the country.." That made Steve smile, but it shut him up. Not Mike, though. Mike kept on talking. Public-image-wise, it's going to be really hard for the Deep State toadies to demonize Mike and have it take. How can anyone not love this guy? Michael
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  13. I hope Cuomo doesn't resign. Not because I'm enthralled by Cuomo. He's scum. But because this would be a slap in the face to the Biden junta. It would show the public a huge sign of weakness. And push along the takedown of this administration. Michael
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  14. Peter, This is the best comment I've seen about Lindsay Graham's illness so far. Michael
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  15. In the mainstream news I see all the standard (and constantly shifting) establishment talking points about vaccines and the virus. But outside of the mainstream bubble, I see a lot of this: The mainstream news isn't getting through to these people. Maybe if the establishment people try to "control the narrative" a bit more... Michael
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  16. And the beat grinds on... and the beat grinds on... All "i's" are being dotted. All "t's" are being crossed. Michael
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  17. Here's a leftie I like (despite abhorring his politics) mentioning Ayn Rand in the tone I'm talking about. Jimmy Dore: The context is that he is bashing Pelosi for pointing out that people who's kids are not going to college may not want to pay for the college of the kids of others. Here's the quote by Jimmy Dore (at about 1:54): There's also another moment a little later (at about 4:28). Jimmy is referring to student debt and the way Pelosi is talking about it. They got the concept right, too. Even from their befuddled premise, they got the concept right. And what's this befuddled premise, pray tell? That's easy. Taking unearned money by force from others is OK. You just have to have good intentions and give it to others who need it to make it OK. After all, two wrongs does make a right. They don't realize how treating Rand as a normal cultural reference and articulating her idea is a perfect shield against what they are proposing. Most people will hear what they are saying and, if they think about this at all, will think, I certainly don't want to pay for the college of other people's kids. That's a lot of money. Michael
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  18. This perfectly illustrates my personal attitude. Michael
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  19. I remember seeing or reading something about how much thought went into the way people interact with their ‘screens’. That part of the engineering involved what they knew about tactile mechanics and associated psychological responses. Dragging a finger on a screen and ‘moving’ the images meshes with reward systems tied to task accomplishment. That action is purposefully engineered to promote interaction and habituated use will lead to an anticipated dopamine release , basically training people to ‘addict’ themselves to interaction with their devices. I wonder how much overlap in those mechanisms are operative in masking. Objectively I assume most would reach the conclusion that simple cloth face coverings, as opposed to more stringent filtration barriers, offer negligible benefit for protection against contact with virus size particles. But I bet there is some measurable dopamine effect to physically donning and there by acting to become compliant to a seemingly logical ‘should’. Something tangible to demonstrating to peers that you are acting in a certain manner that will be appreciated and positively reinforced by social feedback. But damned if every single time I had to put a mask on to enter some place or other , that my mind wasn’t screaming “ WTF, this piece of shit cloth won’t help, how stupid are we?!” It makes me feel shitty to have those thoughts and yet then do it anyway Fuck the CCP and all the bastards who know they are making people this way on purpose. And I’m done feeling shitty , no mask no entry in the future ? Well I suppose it will be curbside service or the equivalent if it comes back. Another sad , or sadder aspect , is that I fear people more now in a general sense. I think I have rational respect/fear for or of virus and disease , but I now see the ‘lemming’ effect of group think as an actual existential threat to my personal well being .
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  20. I just read the article and I am certain of one thing only. I will never get those precious minutes of my life back. It was mostly snark, pettiness, posturing and digs at, well, salt of the earth people, even though Applebaum did not use that term. Here is her biggest complaint against salt of the earth people. With them: In other words, those suckers won't obey her kind when she tells them to jump. That's her issue. They prefer to use their own minds based on their own lives rather than bow down to their superiors. Here's a question for anyone reading this who has a brain (or even half a brain). If you believe in freedom, especially in a live and let live manner, what the hell is wrong with using "lived experience" as your guide? Nothing. That's what. It's your life. Your mind. That phrase alone shows the level of contempt for salt of the earth people that Applebaum and her kind harbor in their hearts. But she's also boneheaded as an intellectual. She compares Mike Lindell with Olof Aschberg, the Swedish banker who financed the Bolshevik revolution for Lenin, and Henry Ford, who she blames for Hitler's persecution of Jews. And she thinks Mike may be doing more damage to democracy than Jefferson Davis. Read the article if that sounds too bonkers to be true. It's right there in all its boneheaded glory. The thing that really seems to bother her is Mike's good nature and self-confidence. She also wants to paint him as a true believer who will continue to believe after he has been proven wrong. And she lists a bunch of different religious end-of-times sects who did exactly that. It's too easy to notice that she, herself, believes he has no evidence despite nobody except an inner circle being able to look at it yet. And, when it is revealed, only top experts will be able to test it. Wanna bet she will still not believe it is evidence even if (or, better, once) it is proven? Essentially, the only real subtext the article conveys, which is where her fear is palpable, is that she is pissed she can't dismiss Mike Lindell with a wave of her oh-so-superior hand or a bon mot, and she's pissed there are so many people like him in America who refuse to admit she and her kind are far far far better human beings than they are. In the current context, that translates into terror of being busted for massive fraud. I tried to search for when Anne Applebaum mentioned Mike Lindell before this article. I couldn't find anything. Nada. Zilch. So think about it. When would a snoot (and China sellout for that matter, but that's another story) ever write an article about Mike Lindell unless terrified? Never. That's when. Michael
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  21. Maybe if President Trump was still in office, but not under Biden. At the most Fauci might "retire," but he would still be like a fly on the edge of your coffee cup.
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  22. "The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines have a very small piece of messenger RNA (mRNA), a type of material that our bodies already use to give the body instructions for making a protein from the COVID-19 virus." Oh thank g-d , it's very small. Certain classes of thinkers will be comforted by that descriptive.
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  23. I'm repeating a post here I did in another thread since it contains information pertinent to this thread. data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAPABAP///wAAACH5BAEKAAAALAAAAAABAAEAAAICRAEAOw== Here is the list for people who do not have Telegram. Click on a link and you can see the chat activity on a browser. data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAPABAP///wAAACH5BAEKAAAALAAAAAABAAEAAAICRAEAOw== Add these people to the members of the main channel and that's where you get the larger number. As I said, this started only a few days ago and it already has all these states up and about 150k people actively using them. What do they do? They share information on how to get full forensic audits in their states for the 2020 election and how to pass voting integrity laws. They deal with who to contact, what procedures are necessary, what the state laws are, how to spread the word around and get people on board, and things like that. I imagine Twitter is not amused. But who needs Twitter to change the country? btw - Bopping around, I came across this statement from today by Arizona Senate President Karen Fann: So Ken Bennett was barred from continuing with the Senate's recount because of the leak (which he apologized to Senator Fann for). However, he will be involved in drafting the final report. Meanwhile the fake news media is trying to gin up a shit storm. It sounds to me like this audit is right over target. Notice that all the right people are communicating with each other as the alt media gets stronger and stronger. Don't forget, this post is only dealing with Telegram. There are a bunch of alt sites (like GAB, Gettr, Parler, and so on) where audit activity is being discussed and promoted. And don't forget the physical stuff. All those churches and organizations out there that hold meetings. Short of a military takeover of the American Government and establishment of a dictatorship, there is no way for the oligarchy to stop this audit train. Also, Big Tech and even the fake news media are finally getting a taste of the limitations of their power. Michael
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  24. This reminds me of 2016 no ground game. Every move Trump made people would question then Kaboom! News would come out. Trump is acting now like he did then and the Kabooms keep happening. Heck, I even remember some idiot on this board who said that Trump was done and Rubio would be the next President.
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  25. Guardian Angel Gone Wild I was just watching Peter Navarro talking to Steve Bannon. He made a comment in such plain language, it shed light on a dark part of what is going on. The clarity was refreshing. I wont give the exact quote because I don't want to spend time hunting for the text on the video and transcribing it (but you can if you want--see here ). But I will paraphrase. Navarro said that Fauci never imagined in a million years that the virus would escape the Wuhan Lab. What he really wanted to do over there was create a deadly virus, then create a vaccine for it. That nails it. In addition to being an evil fuck whose greed for government money knows no bounds, he's a basket case with a guardian angel complex. His type usually appear in hospitals where they (trying hard to not get caught) make helpless patients suddenly sick so when the alarms go off, they can show up out of nowhere and save the day. Some arsonists are like this. They set fire to buildings with people in them so they can show up and rescue those people. Actually, anybody who causes accidents or illness so they can save the day are like this. The Death Con By acting in such manners, Fauci has been responsible for countless deaths over the years. His favorite trick is to withhold medication while telling dying people that a vaccine is on the way. Then ignoring the issue as people drop like flies and he sucks money from the government. That is exactly what he did with AIDS. (See the movie, The Dallas Buyer's Club, for a film version of how this process played out.) This is what happens when the government and private sector get too entangled. A monster like Anthony Fauci gets in charge of vast sums of research money for things that can cause an enormous amount of damage. The rest is history all throughout organized civilization. Floyd Ferris Fauci's Atlas Shrugged counterpart is Floyd Ferris, who was in charge of vast sums of government money, cultivated and intimidated scientists with funding, and came up with that damn Project X. If you want a great mental image for Floyd Ferris, look at Anthony Fauci. Michael
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  26. Footnote on the basketball, the first basketball court is arguably right here in little and ole St Stephen. Unarguably the. Chocolate bar was invented here by the Ganongs. I do not count the historical revisions of Big Chocolate in the US as credible. Just saying.
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  27. Daily travails of the writer's life. Finding just the right word: Michael
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  28. The weather manipulation idea seemed a little far-fetched to me, not that people wouldn't try it, but that it was just beyond our capability. Well... Dubai Is Creating Artificial Rainstorms With Drones "We've reached the "making it rain to stave off complete desertification and beat the heat" phase of the climate crisis." https://gizmodo.com/the-united-arab-emirates-is-creating-artificial-rainsto-1847351652
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  29. T, Isn't it odd that so many people want to keep the public from access to medicine in order to corral them into vaccine lines? It reminds me of Temple Grandin's system on how to kill cows without them getting anxiety. The whole concept is to gradually remove movement options from the cow while keeping it in a good mood, and gradually restrict its perception. In Grandin's process, a cow gradually sees less and less of what happens to the cow in front of it (which is the reason for the gradual tightening of the path into a single file, all the curves and the sudden appearance of a solid wall), it does not get to see the person who will kill it, and it does not get to see how it will be killed and disposed of. From the cow's perspective, one minute it is, then instantly it is not. I am not saying the people at the top who promoted vaccines are metaphorically doing this, but I don't rule it out, either. People who think of other human beings as human livestock (in other words, elitists) are well aware of this process. It's not a large leap to imagine one of them adapting this template, or at least the reasoning behind it, for their plans. The way the propaganda machine moves in lockstep, and what the propagandists are doing in lockstep, sure looks like a plan of gradually removing movement options from the public while keeping people in a good mood (feeling more or less safe from danger), and gradually restricting their perception. Michael
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  30. The same low-risk/non-risk group (healthy under 40's/50's, approx.) whose lives were arbitrarily devastated first time round, with lockdowns, now have to do it over again with mandatory vaccinations - again, for the sake of everybody else's safety? At ¬some¬ risk of vaxx side effects e.g. thrombosis and unknown risks in future? Teens and children included? This has been a mass sacrifice of the healthy and able to the unhealthy and unable. Who does your life belong to?
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  31. (Picture reads: "I did not have financial relations with that lab." -Dr. Fauci) Heh. [Edit: I was wrong. Fact-checkers have identified this as satire, although they can't be certain that there was no cigar involved, and forensics are still out on the blue dress...]
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  32. Yeah, it's also become a darling of conspiracy mongers who want individual choices suppressed. It's a provably harmless drug to humans (I use topically as a prophylactic), and if it is ineffective, too bad. But restricting it's sale is arbitrary. btw I am not anti-vaccination, but it must remain one's choice.
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  33. MS, I watched this and the one with Mark Pellegrino in the middle of the night. Comments coming. For now, here's a bit of insignificant information. I recently found that I like to do online jigsaw puzzles. Here is where I find them: Jigsaw Explorer. So last night I fired up a puzzle and set it to about 400 pieces. In a different tab I put the David Kelley interview on. Then I had a grand old time listening. I hadn't finished the puzzle when the interview ended, and, even though I had seen Mark Pellegrino on Lost and the trailers for Lucifer, I didn't know who he was, so I put that one on to find out. Fascinating. I stayed for the full interview. I used to do solitaire (the old version of Freecell) for interviews and audiobooks and so on when I am at the computer, and sometimes still do, but jigsaw puzzles now have my heart. They are very good for blasting through a lot of audio. One comment for now: congratulations to both you and Scott on holding good solid interviews. Michael
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  34. Those were some thoughtful friends who gave him a female doll. By the end of the voyage I'm sure it was his wife and she had ten children already.
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  35. Here is Rand Paul bringing out the real Fauci. Why is Fauci trying to put words in Rand Paul's mouth with such vehemence? Dayaamm! Where did the cuddly old grandfather go? Fauci's acting like he's cornered or sumpin'. btw - Rand pulled another trick with this exchange that is not so obvious. Fauci, in between calling Rand a liar and trying to play gotcha, is now on Senate record admitting he funded Wuhan gain of function virus research. Damn, Rand's good... Michael
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  36. "Stepping over the line"? They're WAAAY over the line... Three more:
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  37. When the Deep State people start eating their own, you know that's a good sign. Now we all know that Brian Stelter is a media hack who would not know the truth if it bit him. Ditto for Michael Wolf on his exposé truthy-truth trash books. So why would they do what they are doing right now? I think you have to look at what is common to both, at least on the surface. CNN's audience has tanked. Nobody buys Michael Wolf's books anymore. There are other commonalities I hope, like who is going to be held accountable for the 2020 election abomination (and, possibly knowing that, they are eating each other to get out of the way of the buzzsaw coming at them), but the surface commonality of lost ratings and lost audience does seem to cause them indigestion. This is what the unraveling looks like when it starts. If this kind of thing keeps up with Deep State mouthpieces, rejoice. We will be moving to the next phase where their destruction--real destruction as in lost professions, jail time and so on--will become commonplace. Michael
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  38. Oh, only for 43 Years, Until I moved here in 2018. Clearly you have never read my posts in the ten years I have been an OLer. I'm hurt.
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  39. The Vaers system shows over 5k and the total exceeds the combined total from all reported deaths from vaccines in the last 29 yrs , combined . According to Vaers not necessarily the best mechanisms for true totals , and a comprehensive study will take years . So take the numbers as you will. They do suggest (a la Bret Weinstein ) a rather glaring ‘signal’. But whatever , handful here, handful there . Vaccinations are normally, rationally evaluated for use based on the threat of debilitating consequences of disease per individual. Guess we don’t do that anymore . Ps Oh and the hillbillies are eating Japanese dirt , inserts winky smiley face here.
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  40. "Who are you going to believe, me or your lying eyes?" Some video footage here showing proof of duplicate ballots being scanned several times: @LaurenWitzkeDE 1h·More and more duplicate ballots uncovered in Fulton County GA." https://gab.com/LaurenWitzkeDE/posts/106576009429986476
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  41. And to make sure people think about the obvious: It's a shame President Trump has to make statements like this in order to keep the mainstream narrative from drifting into lame propagandized excuses for communism. Michael
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  42. Is this the true believer the authoritarians are afraid of? The true believer in freedom? Maybe they should be afraid because many people have given their lives for freedom and many more are more than willing to do so. They give their lives fighting authoritarians so their loved ones can be free. Fuck authoritarians. Michael
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  43. Peter, Roger Bissell posted Barbara Branden's review of this book here on OL back in 2006. I find it amusing that the people who support or ignore the riots of Antifa, BLM, etc., look the other way about Critical Race Theory, etc. think Trump supporters are true believers in the Hoffer mold. I can't help it. It's funny. Michael
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  44. “These are the main cities where massive protests are taking place. More and more are added. The people took to the streets. There is no way back.” #SOSCuba
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  45. " 11. SULLIVAN, DOB 07/18/1994, is a resident of Utah. Based on publicly available information and information provided by SULLIVAN in an interview on January 7, 2021, described further below, SULLIVAN is the leader of an organization called Insurgence USA through which he organizes protests. On July 13, 2020, SULLIVAN was charged with Rioting and Criminal Mischief by the local law enforcement authorities in Provo, Utah, based on his activities around a June 30, 2020, protest in which a civilian was shot and injured. The case is still pending. 12. The United States obtained a video of SULLIVAN, posted on YouTube, in which, while attending a protest in Washington, D.C., SULLIVAN can be seen telling a crowd, over a microphone, “we about to burn this shit down,” “we got to rip Trump out of office . . . fucking pull him out of that shit . . . we ain’t waiting until the next election . . . we about to go get that motherfucker.” SULLIVAN then can be seen leading the crowd in a chant of, “it’s time for a revolution.”1" The above is from a criminal complaint against the videographer of the linked to NBC video taken in the hallway.
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  46. You never said or thought the Capitol riots were racially motivated ? Not even .. like yesterday ?
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  47. Via "Major Patriot" at GAB: "Haitian President gets whacked Causes Clintons to trend on Twitter Trump sues Google, Twitter & Facebook Pennsylvania goes Full Forensic Audit Survey says over half of population think someone else is running the country Joe Biden failed July 4th vaccine target-goal so bad he's sending out storm troopers with syringes to every American door "Deep State's having a bad week" https://gab.com/MajorPatriot/posts/106540475862763829
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  48. "Trump Announces Class-Action Suits Against Tech Giants Twitter, Facebook, Google" https://www.newsmax.com/newsfront/donald-trump-social-media-announcement/2021/07/07/id/1027768/ and "BREAKING: PA Asks For Forensic Election Audit" https://creativedestructionmedia.com/news/politics/2021/07/07/breaking-pa-asks-for-full-forensic-election-audit/
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  49. We have another interview up, this time we spoke to Mark Pellegrino about his acting in Hollywood (Lost, Supernatural) and dealing with the woke left. He agrees that the left is a bigger threat than the right but we couldn't convince him to side with the right. Check it out! Thanks.
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  50. Apparently, a software upgrade to the ARI website caused a broken link. It has been fixed. You can now read the winning student essays from 2020, 2019, 2018, and 2017. They also provide a roster all of the notable mentions for those years. https://aynrand.org/students/essay-contests/ Start at the ARI home page and select Students. From there, scroll down to Essay Contests. Click the blue box and on the subsequent display, scroll down again. I found the winning essays well worth reading. The lists of runners-up also are fascinating. Best Regards, Mike M.
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