NAVIGATING A COLLECTIVE MADNESS
Censorship and the movie documentary 2000 Mules by Dinesh D’Souza.
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‘2000 Mules’: The Film They Don’t Want You to See
A new film makes a compelling case that the 2020 election wasn’t “the most secure election in history.”
An observing alien species would ask itself, “Why is humanity destroying ALL of their food sources?” In this special Ice Age Farmer broadcast, Christian has a candid conversation about the overwhelming number of attacks on our food supply. With crops unplanted and with more food facilities burning down, the media runs stories about “food fire conspiracy theories.” And it’s not just chickens — the state is also killing deer and fish in the name of stopping diseases. Start growing food now.
John R. Houk, Blog Editor
© May 13, 2022
The FBI has turned into a Gestapo-like organization that has become a political weapon for Dem-Marxists to stay in power. A FBI Whistleblower has come forward exposing FBI & DOJ corruption practices targeting otherwise law-abiding American citizens.
Included in this cross post is a Bitchute version of the Project Veritas interview (because I am a Bitchuter), A Bongino Show on the FBI (FBI corruption focus at about the 23-minute mark) and as a bonus a NWO Report pick up of Jonathon Moseley exposing LYING Leftist Fact Checkers who criticize 2000 Mules data but miss the irony the corrupt FBI use the exact same tracking methods to try to frame January 6 peaceful protestors for insurrection over the 2020 Election Coup.
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