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What’s up with Utah?

Across the country, some of the most liberal republicans represent some of the reddest states — why? Maybe it’s the result of corrupt party leadership.

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Tucker asks how some of the most conservative states end up being led by some of the most liberal politicians, who represent neither their state, nor the democracy they claim to uphold.

Highlights include:

“A highly conservative state with extremely liberal leaders, how did that happen? Actually, it’s not as unusual as you’d hope it would be. Across the country, some of the most liberal republicans represent some of the reddest states — why? Well, maybe it’s the result of corporate influence and corrupt party leadership, that’s true. Maybe voters in those states don’t feel threatened so they’re not paying close attention to who they vote for. Whatever it is, it’s very obvious. By contrast, the most energetically conservative governor in the country is not from Alabama, he’s from Florida, which to this day is split almost evenly along party lines, so Ron DeSantis has to earn every vote.”

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“Meanwhile, bright red Utah is now led by a cut-rate Gavin Newsom imitator called Spencer Cox. Spencer Cox is a former telecom executive who always seems like he’s auditioning for the title of America’s guiltiest white guy.”

“It’s never about gender, it’s always about obedience. Spencer Cox is obedient, if nothing else, but not obedient to his voters, that’s the weird thing. What exactly is the market for superfluous pronouns in Utah? Pretty limited, you would think. Most people in Utah don’t need to be told. Yet, somehow Spencer Cox is their governor. “

“So, here’s this moist little guy sitting alone in his gilded room with a mask on, telling us it’s not racist to exclude people from a scholarship based on their race. Does anyone else in Utah believe this? We’d like to meet them. There can’t be many of them. Most people in Utah have more sense than that, racism is when you hurt people based on their skin color, right? Right. And most people in Utah, by the way, still believe in biology, also gravity and photosynthesis, the state of Utah is pro-science. And we know this because Utah state legislature just passed a bill banning men from competing in women’s sports because men, it turns out, are not women. But Spencer Cox disagrees, he vetoed that bill.”

“That doesn’t seem fair to the state of Utah, but it’s not just Spencer Cox. Utah’s junior senator Mitt Romney has also decided he’s tired of representing the people of Utah, so instead he’s speaking for his neighbors in the state of California where he lives a lot of the time. Less than a year ago…Mitt Romney voted against the nomination of Ketanji Brown Jackson to the DC circuit court of appeals. Okay, he thought she wasn’t qualified. Now, this week, Mitt Romney announced that he is supporting the same person’s confirmation to the Supreme Court. Huh? She was unqualified for a lower court but a perfect choice for the Supreme Court, how does that work?”

“Mitt Romney is not alone, of course, neither is Spencer Cox. It turns out a lot of republicans in red states serially betray their voters, give them the finger day after day after day. The question is, how long will republican voters put up with this?”

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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.”

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The only people who liked Jeffrey Epstein were his friends, and some of them are clearly happy he’s dead

You don’t want to live in a country where it’s possible to murder people in federal lockup, cover up the killings and then get away with them.

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Tucker recounts the strange circumstances surrounding Jeffrey Epstein’s death and investigation surround it. Why has it gone nowhere after 3 years, and why don’t the answers we have add up? Highlights include:

“On Saturday morning, August 10, 2019, William Barr was working in his home office when his chief of staff called to say that Jeffrey Epstein had just been found dead in his cell in New York City.”

“Barr was shocked and upset to hear this. His first reaction, as he recounts in his memoir, was to worry that some people in America might not buy the idea that Jeffrey Epstein had killed himself. ‘No one’s going to believe it was a suicide,’ Barr fretted to his chief of staff, ‘There will be conspiracy theories all over the place.'”

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“Now, that’s a pretty odd response, if you think about it. At that time, there was no way that Bill Barr could have known for sure how Jeffrey Epstein had died. So, you would think, as the Attorney General, his first concern would be finding out what actually happened. But, instead, his first concern was worry that the public might jump to unapproved conclusions about what happened. And, in some ways, Bill Barr was right to worry. Many Americans did not believe that Jeffrey Epstein had killed himself, given the strange circumstances of his death.”

“You don’t want to live in a country where it’s possible to murder people in federal lockup, cover up the killings and then get away with them. That’s scary. That should not be allowed in this or any other civilized place. But in the case of Jeffrey Epstein, it appears that it was allowed, and on one level you can see why it was. This is one of those crimes that has no natural constituency pushing to solve it.”

“The only people who liked Jeffrey Epstein were his friends, and some of them are clearly happy he’s dead.”

“Why do so many public officials persist in claiming that Jeffrey Epstein attempted suicide in prison once before, on July 23, 2019? Now, that’s a very convenient claim if you’re trying to convince people that Jeffrey Epstein killed himself, but there’s no evidence that it’s true. In fact, Jeffrey Epstein himself adamantly denied ever trying to kill himself, in prison or out. He denied this to his friends, to his lawyers, and to prison psychologists. He said, instead, that he was injured by another inmate.”

“Who moved Jeffery Epstein’s body, and who gave the order to do that? Epstein was discovered the morning of August 10 by a part time prison guard called Michael Thomas, who amazingly was the very same guard who discovered him in fetal position on the floor after his previous falsely reported suicide attempt.”

“But by the time the EMTs arrived, Epstein’s body had been moved to the prison infirmary, that’s a clear violation of federal policy — who ordered that? And though Jeffrey Epstein had been dead for at least two hours when the guard found him in his cell, by the time the EMTs arrived, Epstein was clad in a hospital gown.”

“That means that somebody, for some reason, cut away Jeffrey Epstein’s prison uniform and redressed his stiffening corpse in new clothes – Why would anyone do that? And then to make it even stranger, Jeffrey Epstein’s corpse was intubated. Air was blown into his lifeless lungs. It’s not clear why.”

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