The 73rd article in a series on war, famine and disease.: "There's a bit of evil genius to the approach and the direct evidence is right in front of us. The genius goes well beyond the likely child/infant deflection component. It's characterized by what the media sees in its reporting v. what it doesn't. What it sees: the inherent contradiction in the statement that it's not a sexually transmitted disease and the ensuing and distracting argument and debate over it. It serves as a deflection from what is most important and which they do not see. What it does NOT see: a lapdog media outlet providing a necessary and planned narrative change to accommodate and achieve political objectives for the 2022 midterms. The projected narrative change was the jump from a minority population to the general public but most importantly, the only thing required for the outbreak to make the jump was the change in the narrative."
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The third article in a series covering the Durham Special Counsel that evidences further cogent and pragmatic advice to temper expectations about the Durham outcome. The cover-up angle of "Clinton duped 'em all!" is discussed.
The fifth article in a sub-series detailing recent work on John Durham's Special Counsel. Day four of Sussmann's trial is covered including testimony from Robby Mook and his maligning of Hillary Clinton that matters not - she's expendable.
The sixth article in this series on the Durham Special Counsel examines highly revealing and confirming new remarks from William Barr respective to Michael Sussmann's trial and the expendable Hillary Clinton.
"Where there is no pandemic, there are three. I'll say that again. Where there is no pandemic, there are three. Do you know what they are?" The 72nd article in a series on war, famine and disease focuses on 1-Fauci's retirement, 2-the attack on Becerra, 3-Welensky's admission, 4-the CDC et al exit strategy from COVID-19, and 5-the rogue FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago.