An infamous propagandist became unhinged and threaten to violently assault a person who called him “Fredo.” In a video, which surfaced Monday evening, the CNN anchor is seen flipping out in a profanity-laced tirade against an individual who referred to him by a nickname popularized by Breitbart News’s John Nolte.
Was there a conspiracy to kill Jeffrey Epstein? Over the past 24 hours, the mainstream media has been full of stories about the various “conspiracy theories” that have sprung up around Jeffrey Epstein’s death. And of course the term “conspiracy theory” has essentially become a shorthand way for the mainstream media to dismiss any explanation that does not fit with the “official” interpretation of a particular news event.
Less than a month ago, when billionaire and accused pedophile Jeffery Epstein attempted to “commit suicide,” the hashtag “Clinton Body Count” began trending. Well, it’s happened again and the United States government is intent on blaming it on Russian trolls for a second time. The establishment just can’t handle it when people begin to figure […]
Now that the Mueller investigation is over and his report has shown that there was absolutely no collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russian government, the focus is rapidly turning to those that endlessly propagated extremely damaging conspiracy theories about the president of the United States.
Putting the future of what we believe in anyone’s hands, let alone artificial intelligence, seems reckless; but a system backed by Soros and Omidyar or think tanks and government officials seems like a dangerously stupid idea that can only lead to a path paved toward a road of Orwellian censorship the likes of which even George Orwell couldn’t have imagined.
Though they’ve slightly faded from the spotlight ever since the Judge Brett Kavanaugh confirmation circus, the “March For Our Lives” gun-grabbers are still busy behind the scenes trying to eliminate your Second Amendment rights – and they’re doing it using fake gun injury data being published by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).