Friday, July 19, 2024
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Come On, Man



No wonder Americans don’t know what the hell is going on. No wonder “conspiracy theorists” is even a thing.

Folks, if those CNN questions represented the only problems this country had under God, we wouldn’t be in the shape we’re in.

I’m not going to pick on Biden for his incoherence, which is perfectly legitimate, because even Trump didn’t show his best last night–the best I’ve seen time and time again when he speaks to other issues at his rallies and in interviews.

He couldn’t show it. Didn’t have a chance to.

Think about the topics that were not brought up. Think about the topics we broach here on RVIVR, whether you agree with the premises or not. Just think of the weight of the topics with the evidence presented. And those, last night, were the only questions they could come up with?

And even the relatively good ones were only abridged, like Ukraine and Israel for examples. Are you going to ask where all that taxpayer money is actually going? Are you going to ask what they think about reports that Israeli military stood down the night of October 7th?

What about alllllll the released video footage pointing to January 6th being nothing more than a witch hunt on Trump?

What about Trump’s assertion just this week that the JFK assassination was likely a CIA job? What about child trafficking? What about the child sex material on Hunter’s laptop? What about the foreign deals Joe and family have with Ukraine, China, and others? What about Joe’s sniffing and showering with little kids? What about Epstein? What about Assange who was just released this week, and the contents on WikiLeaks?

All of this is the root of the problems they were fumbling around last night. Infiltration of the US government is the problem. What JFK was talking about and got killed for:

“For we are opposed around the world by a monolithic and ruthless conspiracy that relies primarily on covert means for expanding its sphere of influence: on infiltration instead of invasion, on subversion instead of elections, on intimidation instead of free choice, on guerrillas by night instead of armies by day.”

Oftentimes we learn more about the world with things that are not said than with things that are. The questions that are not asked.

Don’t even watch the analysis of that nonsense on TV or your socials today. Nonsensical analysis based on two hours of utter nonsense should be the new definition of insanity.

That’s it. That’s my post in its entirety. That was a joke and not in any way a measure of respect to the cataclysmic war of good and evil that Americans really need to know about.

Think I’ll go about the business of getting married now.