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Cake day: Jun 29, 2020


Ok thanks for the confirmation, that’s exactly what I’m referencing. I’m gonna take a wild guess that they’re trying to distract us from what is effectively an act of domestic terrorism incited by a “news” channel.

Anyone noticing the massive “gay lovers” campaign against Pelosi?
Seems like every 1 out of 5 comments is some shit about "gay lovers", yet the only source I can find is Fox; and Fox appears to be insinuating without evidence. Seriously, go read the YouTube comments from any video with Pelosi's bodycam footage and you'll see what I'm talking about.

Did Dr. McCullough ever backup what he asserted about the vaccine?

I found the Notice of Recommended Disciplinary Sanction sent by ABIM.

The intro of this video alleges that YouTube is working with the Russian government. Runtime is 1hr 47min

Reality Winner was arrested in 2017 for leaking classified information about Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. Scott Pelley speaks with Winner in her first television interview since being released earlier this year.

You are welcome to post here.
>*"It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it."* -Aristotle I believe there is a [disinformation](https://blog.cyberwar.nl/2019/06/twenty-five-ways-to-suppress-truth-the-rules-of-disinformation-h-michael-sweeney-1997-2001/#25rules) campaign on Reddit to push false narratives; specifically on the sub [/r/conspiracy ](reddit.com/r/conspiracy) and the sub [/r/conspiracyNOPOL](reddit.com/r/conspiracyNOPOL). The latter is ironic because that sub was created to get away from the toxic and political "conspiracies" that kept popping up on [/r/conspiracy](reddit.com/r/conspiracy). And [/r/conspiracy](reddit.com/r/conspiracy) itself has effectively become /r/The_Donald. Anyways, the reason I'm even making this post is to let everyone know that as long as your argument is [logically sound](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_fallacies) then I will never remove it (ie: it isn't chock-full of logical fallacies or unfalsifiable information). It seems like shills on [/r/conspiracy](reddit.com/r/conspiracy) and various other subs [HATE](https://i.imgur.com/MvfUDE2.png) it when you stay on topic and force them to prove their assertions. Uncoincidentally I've been banned from both [/r/conspiracy](reddit.com/r/conspiracy) and [/r/conspiracyNOPOL](reddit.com/r/conspiracyNOPOL). I want this community to be a place where we can entertain ideas even if we don't believe they are true, then after that we can rationally attempt to prove or disprove said idea.

>There’s one rule on Space Time: It’s never Aliens. But every rule has an exception and this rule is no exception because: It’s never aliens, until it is. So is it aliens yet? And on today’s Space Time we’re going to examine all the best case scenarios for life beyond Earth.

I stole this from https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=27058414

So the guy doing most of the talking is Jeremy Corbell. He, Commander David Fravor and Joe Rogan all had a pretty damning [conversation](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eco2s3-0zsQ&t=3987s) on the Rogan podcast a couple years ago.

(Vice clickbait, but the video itself is good).

Looks like a classical conspiracy doc, I haven't watched it all yet but it looks mildly interesting.