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Kyle Rittenhouse speaks to Tucker Carlson in first TV interview

It’s hard to ignore the yawning class divide between Kyle Rittenhouse and his many critics in the media.

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Tucker interviews Kyle Rittenhouse, who gives his version of the events on August 24th.

Highlights include:

“In retrospect, it’s remarkable just how dishonest, how thoroughly and intentionally dishonest the media coverage of the Kyle Rittenhouse story turned out to be.”

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“All of it was a lie.”

“Rittenhouse was not a ‘white supremacist,’ he was never in a militia, he never crossed state lines with a firearm. The protest in Kenosha was not peaceful; it was a riot, chaotic and violent. Many of the rioters, by the way, carried guns … Rittenhouse was hardly alone. Rittenhouse didn’t go to Kenosha looking for trouble. His father lived there.”

“Here’s the context: The night before, police in Kenosha had done nothing as the mob burned businesses, including another car lot, all the way to the ground. So, the business owner needed Kyle Rittenhouse’s help.”

“He was looking to a 17-year-old for help, if that gives you some perspective on how bad things were, and he asked for it.”

“As Rittenhouse stood there, rioters threatened his life. Then they attempted to kill him. In the end, Rittenhouse shot three attackers as he tried to run to the safety of the police. A number of media outlets claimed the men Rittenhouse shot were black. In fact, all three were white, and all three had serious criminal records.”

“Again, the media coverage was — from beginning to end — a tapestry of lies. If you watched the trial last week, you know that.”

“It’s hard to ignore the yawning class divide between Kyle Rittenhouse and his many critics in the media.”

“Rittenhouse comes from the least privileged sector of our society. During high school he worked as a janitor and a fry cook to help support his family. Last year he got into college at Arizona State, and he is very proud of it. In the world Kyle Rittenhouse grew up in, it is not a given that kids go to college. It’s not even close.”

“It was upsetting, because Kenosha is my community, and I was just upset seeing my community up in flames.”

“The first time I saw Rosenbaum was the first time he threatened to kill me. I was asking people if they needed medical and he came up to me … and he said, ‘If I catch any of you m-f’ers alone, I’m going to f*ing kill you.’ I’m just asking if people need help on both sides. I was there just to help anybody that needed it, and shockingly, the only people I helped that night were rioters.”

“What I noticed is the rioters were … disassociating with him because he was spewing the n-word around and they just didn’t seem to want anything to have to deal with him.”

“I run around the car because I was going to render first aid to him. I wasn’t able to because there was a mob forming and calling for my execution, and that’s when I try to run to the police line and get to the police, and then I am attacked again.”

“We ended up … turning myself in to the Antioch police department. I had to go to Antioch police department, which in my understanding is the closest police department to Kenosha.”

“I think it was people taking advantage of the BLM movement. I agree everybody has the right to protest and assemble, but I do not agree that people have the right to burn down. I don’t appreciate that people are burning down American cities.”

“I was formally arrested without a criminal complaint being crafted. They didn’t know what they were charging me with yet, they just arrested me at Antioch Police Department.”

“I said, ‘no, the right thing to do would be to turn myself in, I didn’t do anything wrong.'”

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Tucker Carlson

This Chinese spy balloon thing is pure absurdity

Do you remember during the Trump administration when photographers on the ground and commercial airline pilots were talking about a spy balloon over the United States that people could look up and see even with the naked eye, and that a media that hated Donald Trump wasn’t reporting? I don’t remember that, either, because it didn’t happen.

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Of course we don’t need Tucker to tell us that, but here’s his take on the Biden administration’s response to a Chinese military aircraft casually floating over the entire United States. And, as we’ve come to expect from the liberal media’s track record, Trumpety-Trump-Trump-Trump on a Trump cracker with Trump sauce. Highlights include:

“By last Wednesday, February 1, it was spotted by civilians in the skies over southern Montana. A man staring out of of the window of an office building in Billings saw what he thought was a UFO. It was too small to be a moon, he said, and so he began to take pictures, which soon appeared on social media, and then almost immediately the airspace over Billings, over the entire town was shut down.

So it was at this point, when the existence of an unauthorized Chinese military aircraft over the continental United States became impossible to hide or deny, at that point, officials around Joe Biden finally decided to tell him about it. Now, we don’t know Joe Biden’s reaction to this news, but we do know his response. Biden did nothing.”

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“So, the balloon shut down the airspace over Billings, Montana, including the airport, and as it moved east, commercial pilots said they were afraid of it, they were afraid of hitting it, so it’s funny to see the transportation secretary who’s in charge of all of this tell us it posed no threat … no threat to transportation. But the best is the dismissal of anyone who has concerns. It’s the Republicans again with their moonshine and their shotguns and extra chromosomes, thinking it’s okay to shoot down Chinese spy balloons, when every sophisticated person knows, Donald Trump himself knew, the best way to handle Chinese spy balloons, let them pass.”

“’Do you remember during the Trump administration when photographers on the ground and commercial airline pilots were talking about a spy balloon over the United States that people could look up and see even with the naked eye, and that a media that hated Donald Trump wasn’t reporting? I don’t remember that, either, because it didn’t happen.’ It didn’t happen, said the former Director of National Intelligence, and you can see why he thinks that.”

“Speaking on background to its shills in the media, unnamed officials explained that these Chinese spy flights were actually never reported to President Trump, or the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, or even to the secretary of defense. Why weren’t they reported? Because they weren’t important enough. They were ‘relatively minor territorial incursions’. Okay, so a Chinese military aircraft hovering over Texas, more than 1000 miles from the Pacific Ocean, is a ‘minor territorial incursion’… That’s what they said. It’s pure absurdity.”

“So, once again, the people who owe you the truth are lying to you, so all tonight we know for certainty is that the Chinese military just flew an aircraft that reportedly contained explosives over the entire length of the United States and got away with it. That seems like a bad precedent.”

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Tucker Carlson

Undercover Video Exposes Pfizer

It’s not gain-of-function. Oh no, it’s “directed evolution.”

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Tucker reports on video from Project Veritas, of an alleged Pfizer executive revealing some very interesting things. See below the post for a link to their Twitter account in addition to the usual video link.

“How powerful exactly are the big pharmaceutical companies in this country? Well, that’s a big question, there are a lot of ways to measure it, but here are a few ways you can measure it. In this country, big pharma can advertise its drugs directly to consumers, and that’s a little strange if you think about it, since consumers don’t prescribe drugs, doctors do, so why are the drugs being advertised directly to consumers? That’s allowed in only one other country on the planet, but it’s allowed here. So, it may not surprise you that in this country drug companies spend more on lobbying the Congress than any other industry, a lot more than any other industry, and they don’t do it by accident, they do it because it pays off.”

“Sometimes those products work, sometimes they don’t work, in some cases those products can injure you. But, no matter what happens, there’s nothing you can do about it, because politicians have given these companies complete immunity. If their products hurt or kill you, you can’t sue them. You’re not even really allowed to complain about it.”

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“The pro-transparency news organization Project Veritas just released an undercover video of a Pfizer executive bragging on camera about how his company conducts a kind of Frankenstein science, manipulating covid viruses for profit, imperiling potentially the entire world, doing it in secret, possibly in violation of federal law.”

“That footage shows a Pfizer executive called Jordan Trishton Walker. He is, according to the documents Project Veritas posted, Pfizer’s Director of Research & Development for Strategic Operations & mRNA Scientific Planning.”

“One of the things we’re exploring is, why don’t we just mutate it ourselves so we can preemptively develop new vaccines? Now, what does that sound like, does that sound familiar? Well, it sounds a lot like the gain-of-function research you read about, the research that was occurring at the Wuhan lab just before covid broke out of the lab and overturned the world, and wrecked the US economy. That was the research that Tony Fauci lied about under oath. As The Intercept has reported, ‘Scientists working under a 2014 NIH grant to EcoHealth Alliance to study bat coronaviruses combined the genetic material from a parent coronavirus known as WIV1 with other viruses.'”

“Seven virologists told Intercept that the research ‘appears to meet NIH’s criteria for gain-of-function research’”

“It’s not gain-of-function, oh no, it’s ‘directed evolution’, so if you’re wondering how Tony Fauci was allowed to lie under oath and get away with it, the FBI did not raid his house, he was never handcuffed, maybe it’s because he used a different term for the same thing. At Pfizer, apparently, they’re just calling it ‘directed evolution,’ problem solved.”

“James O’Keefe of Project Veritas shows up and informs Walker he’s been recorded, and he’s clearly upset, and of course you can understand why.”

“But what’s so interesting is his first excuse is ‘I was lying,’ when in fact, he has explained in a very sophisticated and very believable way how Washington works. We just promise to hire the regulators, and then they don’t really regulate us. What you see happening in the defense industry with generals from the Pentagon happens in pharma, too.”

Here’s Project Veritas’ Twitter link

And here’s the video. Check out both and give us your take in the comments:

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