you know the way these right wing conspiracy nuts work is the same way that a lot of these so called psychics work on the entertainment circuit. They throw out a load of broad claims by the bucketload and when one lands even remotely in the ball park, they milk it for all they can, hoping you’ll forget the other hundred predictions that dissapeared into the abyss.
Turns out, Trump seems to have changed his mind (if only a replacement mind were available) on getting America back to work by Easter. In fact he wants almost everyone to stay at home for another 30 days to prevent up to 2.2 million U.S. citizens dying. He’s mentioning FEMA a lot.
Jones became voluntarily redundant until the adsell, which he’d primed real tasty for pandemic panic, martial law fans and parasite hosts. As Icke drummed up the fear to the max, Jones used emotional keywords to bypass the rational filter to channel the ghost of Tangy Tangerine….
These are, of course, highly intelligent men, so it would go without saything that their restroom hygiene is obvioulsy without reproach, even though the names Hancock, Cummings (and Boris Johnson with his BJ initials,) may give rise to unfair suspicions.
It’s ironic, I thought, that a president that wanted to build a wall around his own country to stop people from getting in, is now, by enacting his own policies, going to end up with a situation where all other countries are going to be erecting walls to keep America out. What was that about Tom Hanks?
In a bizarre interview on BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour, a newly elected British Member of the European Parliament (MEP) flatly stated that most dog groomers in the UK voted for Brexit, despite quite clearly having no evidence to back up her claim whatsoever.
To be fair, the name Rory Stewart does seem more like the name of an up and coming Scottish comedian, than it does of the next British (or English depending on how you look at it) prime minister. However, as… Read More ›