Worst Disinformation Flood In History

This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

12 Responses to Worst Disinformation Flood In History

  1. James Henry says:

    It boggles the mind to try and grasp the level of lying. People who can lie like this are very dangerous. No doubt some think they are angels and many might actually believe what they are saying because they are too lazy to check the facts but, the billionaires that own the broadcasters and newspapers know they are lying.

  2. Solar Mutant Ninjaneer says:

    I read that after Elon Musk buys Twitter he wants to buy the Justice Department. Unfortunately, the Clintons aren’t selling.

  3. Little Colorado 1 of my favorites …..how is Sonoma Valley doing in Mexico.???

  4. GWS says:

    Bill Gates has been promoting world depopulation for decades. “Greenhouse gases” and white guilt are his favorite weapons towards that end.

  5. Jeff L. says:

    https://www.foxnews.com/us/rush-green-energy-has-left-us-incredibly-vulnerable-summer-blackouts-expert-warns

    If Joe Biden has a viable plan to transition us away from fossil fuels, why won’t he share the details of the plan with us? If there is such a plan, and this is part of our national policy, should we know about it? What studies have been done to identify problems/consequences arising from the plan? Is this plan classified? If so, why? If not, let’s see it. If there is no plan and Biden is just operating on his “feelings” about green energy, both he and Kamala should be impeached immediately after the new congress convenes in January 2023, but not before then because we would end up with President Pelosi.

  6. Gudrun Schuck says:

    Where are the fact checkers when you need them??????

  7. Robert L Gipson says:

    The Rio Grande depth at Boquillos is currently 2 feet.
    https://water.weather.gov/ahps/?current_color=all&current_type=all&fcst_type=obs&conus_map=d_map&center_point_lat=29.601545303204027&center_point_lon=-103.35534592968457&default_zoom=8

    Which reminds me, in May, 1970, when I was 18, we drove across the Rio Grande at Boquillos, in regular cars having low clearance, including an Oldsmobile Cutlass. The river was only about one foot deep, no danger of touching the engine block. In Boquillos we scored some really cheap tequila, and drove back.

  8. Lynn Comstock says:

    So Bill Gates is a big funder of NPR? That explains the toadiness of NPR that operates under the banner of unbiased news provided for “the listener’s best interest”.

  9. Torgo says:

    This Alex Epstein fellow makes a lot of sense. I am surprised that I hadn’t heard of him before today.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WXvoz31hD_k&t=6s

  10. Disillusioned says:

    Big Brother is on the move, crippling the Netherlands with insane new nitrogen regulation.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ywAZRbSEsw

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.