Sunday, May 19, 2024

These People Are Stupid. Or, What an Elon Con Job

Elon Musk and Twitter are back in the news, and it has never been more entertaining.

I don’t mean to be pompous or rude there in the headline. I am simply using a repeated phrase that a very popular patriot forum has used in its communications over the last several years.

“These people are stupid.”

Okay, okay. So maybe another aspect of this is that Twitter had to take Musk’s offer to the board back in the spring. If they’d told the truth about the sheer number of bots at that point, their duped advertisers would have most assuredly sued them, and the whole empire would have collapsed in embarrassing fashion. Their only hope was that Musk didn’t already know the number of bots that actually existed, which of course, he did.

Maybe they weren’t stupid. Maybe they were simply in a no-win situation.

But given their tactics to destroy this country, it sure is fun to laugh, no matter the accuracy of the reasoning.

Musk & Trump

In previous posts following the Elon Musk-Twitter saga, I have been careful to call the mega-billionaire the presumptive new owner of Twitter, owing to the fact that the entire context didn’t seem to be as clear-cut as it may have appeared at first glance. There was even seemingly combative and contradictory words being tossed around by Devin Nunes of Truth Social, Donald Trump, and Musk himself.

‘This is False’: Elon Musk Disputes Devin Nunes’ Claim Trump ‘Encouraged’ Him to Buy Twitter

‘Terrible Name:’ Elon Musk Mocks Donald Trump’s Truth Social

Trump says he won’t return to Twitter even with Elon Musk in charge

Trump calls Elon Musk a ‘bulls*** artist’

It all had and still has a feel of theater to it, maybe even a chess game, as if a trap was being set the whole time.

I use the word “contradictory” above (preceding the article links) because, regardless of what wild words Musk and Trump toss around like a Hacky sack, the common, all-important moral high ground they always shared was this–to expose the insidious corruption of Big Tech in general, for the good of America. There was really no pressing reason for them to be snipping at each other like two teenagers in a locker room after PE, except for one thing….

To force this story–complete with all its nuances–into the mainstream media, where yet another trap was awaiting.

Consider this: The fact is that, where this little skirmish stands, the corporate media doesn’t know which villain to attack. Consider the fact that this whole saga has gotten so twisted that they are now caught not knowing where exactly to inject their bullsh*t, propaganda-laced narratives.

Are we supposed to be promoting Trump or Elon?????? Yikes! Email us our marching orders earlier in the morning, please! We don’t know what exactly to parrot to the American public! We don’t know exactly what it is we are to tell them to think!

Propaganda-driven media are not set up to be complex and critical in their thinking and presentation of storylines to Americans. They have long manipulated the public with the false binary of Black vs White, Republican vs Democrat, Capitalist vs Communist, etc. in order to turn us against each other, to squash critical thinking, and ultimately to distract us from the only binary that matters–good vs evil.

Now that tactic is boomeranging on them.

Now that this Elon Musk-Twitter deal has hit this juicy plot twist, it is baffling their minds as to exactly where to place him and where to place Donald Trump on the heels of the President’s remarks in Alaska over the weekend.

Which “bullsh*t artist” are we supposed to be rooting for? Which one of these our former darlings are we supposed to be shoving down the American public’s throat???

Supporting Trump backs the MAGA movement, the clear enemy of the Deep State and its corporate media megaphone. Supporting Musk backs the embarrassing takedown of the other integral mouthpiece the Deep State has employed to control the sleeping masses–Big Tech.

Millions and millions more will continue to witness these hypocrisies play out, and they will continue to connect more and more dots. People are waking up, patriots are rising up, all over the world.


There is a second feature of these most recent events that perhaps indicates that there was a plan all along to truly expose Twitter for the bot-infested scam it is. They screamed from the rooftops months ago when Musk wanted to buy it; now they’re screaming from the rooftops saying he absolutely must follow through in buying it. It is the most deliciously comical and satisfying turn of events an observer could have hoped for.

Musk himself tweeted two memes that say it all.

Where’s one of those old MasterCard “Priceless” commercials when you need it?

Even as I continue this post, I understand that what I write should be taken with a grain of salt. Or maybe a whole truckload of it. Musk may eventually own Twitter at a lower buying price because of the sheer number of bots that inhabit it, annnnd, he may not. But rest assured of this–whether he ever intended to purchase Twitter or not, (and his frightening advances with artificial intelligence notwithstanding), Musk has indeed cast an inescapable spotlight on some of the deepest darkness for more of the mainstream American public to see. The slow squeeze on the nefarious social media giant is on for everyone to witness. People may not know about Telegram, but they do know about Twitter.

This whole drama, regardless of the outcome, has allowed Americans not paying attention to Deep State dealings a front row seat to the terrifying reality of how exactly Big Tech has been controlling America and the world via algorithmic manipulation and mass censorship fit for any dystopian novel. Elon Musk is no Messiah, certainly, but the victories he is helping to attain in this mass public awakening is nothing short of priceless.

May everyone named directly or referenced indirectly ask forgiveness and do penance for their sins against America and God. I fight this information war in the spirit of justice and love for the innocent, but I have been reminded of the need for mercy and prayers for our enemies. I am a sinner in need of redemption as well after all, for my sins are many. In the words of Jesus Christ himself, Lord forgive us all, for we know not what we do.