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WinsAnon 3 points ago +3 / -0

You know how everyone can tell which is the real cult? Our leader says take the vaccine and we use our own brains and don’t do it.

The Left says take the vaccine and their followers turn off their brains and say “how many times?”

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WinsAnon 2 points ago +2 / -0

Nice, my brother in law came to town to golf in our member guest tournament, which is morning to night fun.

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WinsAnon 12 points ago +12 / -0

This vaccine is going to take out vital services, rendering our country inert.

Military, healthcare, law enforcement, and on and on.

Wake up, America, this is war and we are losing because we have a government complicit with the enemy.

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WinsAnon 33 points ago +33 / -0

My 17 year old daughter and my wife each got their second dose a couple weeks ago. Right now my daughter, who never catches anything, is in bed with mono.

Impaired immune system, anyone?

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WinsAnon 26 points ago +26 / -0

It is simply astonishing that this fraud has succeeded to the extent that it has.

The much-agitated-over Delta variant has so far killed more vaccinated people than unvaccinated people in the UK. 116 deaths among vaccinated people as compared to 71 in unvaccinated people. And you know for sure very few if any of them were properly treated which could have prevented many of those deaths.

And of course most importantly, 200 deaths is not reason to force children to get vaccinated and to put an entire country in another lockdown.

See the chart at the bottom of page 17 of this report for proof: https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/1001358/Variants_of_Concern_VOC_Technical_Briefing_18.pdf

When will they actually follow the science?

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WinsAnon 2 points ago +2 / -0

Page 17. 116 people in England have died from the Delta variant who are vaccinated. Compared to 92 of unvaccinated.

For people over 50, it's 116 vaccinated versus 71 unvaccinated.

That is huge news we all should hear and share.

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WinsAnon 8 points ago +8 / -0

True, but the choice of language there was very interesting, you must admit.

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WinsAnon 3 points ago +3 / -0

You’re right, but the choice of language was sure interesting you have to admit.

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WinsAnon 4 points ago +4 / -0

I’ve fixed #1 to be more accurate.

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WinsAnon 9 points ago +9 / -0

You guys know me, I’m level headed and don’t show certainty in the bigger conspiracy theories - which is NOT a bad phrase in itself - when I don’t have enough to go on.

But I have a very close friend who knew the Clintons extremely well. He was called before the grand jury on a notorious Clinton scandal. He was that close to their business dealings. Well, he says without a trace of doubt that everyone around the Clintons absolutely knew that Bill was the face of their enterprise with the role of getting them into positions of power, while Hillary’s role was enforcer and making money from his positions. They had a loveless marriage even back in Arkansas, instead it was a power, wealth and organized crime machine. And Hillary was the enforcer who would order anyone silenced who threatened the enterprise.

So my buddy was terrified she would have him killed and he spent a fortune on two legal teams. One protected him legally and the other one constantly assured Hillary that he was no threat to them. He never rolled over on them.

So all the talk of her Arkancide program is not merely a conspiracy theory full of impossible coincidences. It has been confirmed with me beyond any doubt.

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WinsAnon 2 points ago +2 / -0

Another possibility, the guy was a DS operative who was too risky to keep out there, so - job done - they needed to confiscate all the info he had before he could turn on them, extort them, or be used to do that.

Frankly, I'd be surprised to learn that the guy is alive today.

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WinsAnon 3 points ago +3 / -0

I hate Fox like nothing else, but when I can, I include sources that a normie would regard as credible so we can forward this list to them as well.

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WinsAnon 9 points ago +9 / -0

Yes, don't forget Fox's role in all this. Fox needs to be run out of business just as all the others.

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WinsAnon 8 points ago +8 / -0

Tell me about it. I'm compiling right now and it's a long list.

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WinsAnon 3 points ago +3 / -0

Gunmen, plural, attacked his home at 1:00am. Presumably he had security. It was an all out battle of many attackers.

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WinsAnon 2 points ago +2 / -0

You absolutely know he had dirt on the Clintons.

I often wonder why anyone would risk getting in bed with the Clintons. They will turn on you in a heartbeat and kill you without a second's thought.

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WinsAnon 9 points ago +9 / -0

AP: "Trump's baseless claims ...."

It's pure talking point language. There is no way any reporter could conclude that the claims are baseless without an audit.

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WinsAnon 15 points ago +15 / -0

My theory:

Nothing about that shooting made any sense. Ashli Babbit was literally surrounded by cops as she made that hole in the glass, which took time, and then started to crawl through it. No one lifted a finger to stop her.

Down the hall on the other side of the door, you see security watching patiently without any alarm or concern.

But meanwhile you see the hand of the shooter lining up to shoot the very moment she stuck her head through the window. A definite and deliberate kill shot.

To me, the most obvious explanation is that Ashli was permitted, even encouraged, to break that window and climb through it. And on the other side, the shooter planned to kill her.

There was definitely coordination in the Capitol Police's uniform lack of restraint everywhere but with that single shooter. Many officers held doors and patiently walked amidst the people without any effort to stop anyone. That required an order, and the uniform behavior proves it. Hence, coordination.

Ashli was killed amidst this coordinated effort. The best conclusion is that she was killed not because she was a threat, but because deaths needed to happen to call it a riot.

Add these three points to complete the picture. 1. The shooter was a member of Pence's personal security detail. 2. Pence's staff fed the rumor that Pence was personally pissed off - at Trump! - because he felt that the "rioters" were a death threat to him. 3. The "riot" was used to distract America from the election fraud and to impeach Trump and to drive him from the presidency.

Okay, now tie it all together. Clearly no one in that group was violent, and none of the Capitol Police - absent Pence's own security person - acted as if there was a threat. There was coordination on how to allow the "rioters" access and freedom of movement. The cops around Ashli showed no concern. The cop down the hall wasn't concerned. But Pence's guy killed someone who was not a threat with a point blank kill shot to the head. After this, Pence came out of the shadows and became publicly hostile to Trump.

Conclusion: Pence was part of the coordination to manufacture and then use a false "riot" narrative. Coordination is another word for conspiracy.

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WinsAnon 2 points ago +3 / -1

Maybe the DS killed him?

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WinsAnon 6 points ago +6 / -0

Nothing about that shooting made any sense. She was literally surrounded by cops as she made that hole in the glass, which took time, and then started to crawl through it. No one lifted a finger to stop her.

Down the hall on the other side of the door, you see security watching patiently without any alarm or concern.

But meanwhile you see the hand of the shooter lining up to shoot the very moment she stuck her head through the window. A definite and deliberate kill shot.

To me, the most obvious explanation is that Ashli was permitted, even encouraged, to break that window and climb through it. And on the other side, the shooter planned to kill her.

There was definitely coordination in the Capitol Police's uniform lack of restraint everywhere but with that single shooter. Many officers held doors and patiently walked amidst the people without any effort to stop anyone. That required an order, and the uniform behavior proves it. Hence, coordination.

Ashli was killed amidst this coordinated effort. The best conclusion is that she was killed not because she was a threat, but because deaths needed to happen to call it a riot.

Add these three points to complete the picture. 1. The shooter was a member of Pence's personal security detail. 2. Pence's staff fed the rumor that Pence was personally pissed off - at Trump! - because he felt that the "rioters" were a death threat to him. 3. The "riot" was used to distract America from the election fraud and to impeach Trump and to drive him from the presidency.

Okay, now tie it all together. Clearly no one in that group was violent, and none of the Capitol Police - absent Pence's own security person - acted as if there was a threat. There was coordination on how to allow the "rioters" access and freedom of movement. The cops around Ashli showed no concern. The cop down the hall wasn't concerned. But Pence's guy killed someone who was not a threat with a point blank kill shot to the head. After this, Pence came out of the shadows and became publicly hostile to Trump.

Conclusion: Pence was part of the coordination to manufacture and then use a false "riot" narrative. Coordination is another word for conspiracy.

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WinsAnon 8 points ago +8 / -0

Yes, I had luckily read the article so I got my headline correct, but that number is ASTONISHING! 82% of preganancies miscarried when getting the vaccine in the first 20 weeks of gestation? That's so high that the vaccine should have been immediately halted for EVERYONE.

Looking at VAERS data, which is searchable for lots of variables, it is crystal clear that women are having more adverse effects, whether minor or hospitalizations or deaths, than men in every single age category for every single type of vaccine.

The vaccines are having an impact on female anatomy more than males. It jumps off the page.

I could not stop my wife and 17 year old daughter from getting the vaccine. My daughter had her second shot today. It's like watching them get hit by a car in agonizing slow motion.

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WinsAnon 8 points ago +8 / -0

For some reason I worry that the Court is intentionally building up a store of good optics so they can feel like they're balanced when they refuse to do anything about the 2020 election.

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WinsAnon 4 points ago +4 / -0

It's a good suggestion. I do want people to be able to share these with their normie friends and the source matters.

Gateway Pundit often elaborates on the primary source in a way that highlights the absurdity of a story, which I sometimes like.

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WinsAnon 12 points ago +12 / -0

He can't hide it. Even in his youth, he was prone to blurt out stupid crap. Now he can't get through an event without leering at young girls or making a reference to ice cream. Basically, the top two urges in his psyche. This story, he got a two-fer.

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