This is the video that is causing any pro Trump narrative about the siege of the capitol to evaporate. It's sickening. Not staged, not scripted. Not Antifa nor BLM. Not 'just a few people.' Not Viking guy nor podium guy. An angry Trump mob lynching a cop.

nytimes.com/2021/01/11/us/…
Here is the video without needing a subscription. We do not know the name of the officer. It was not Officer Sicknick. Metropolitan Police are declining to release the name (which I think is wise). Sickening.

Newsweek has the story:

newsweek.com/capitol-hill-r…
The Trumpistas are losing the narrative war in a rout right now because the footage of the siege is horrific.

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Ruh roh: every article in the NY Times Sunday Review today is about how normalcy will never return. They are right... but their reporters are unaware of the actual underlying reasons. The U.S. is entering the 5th year of its Weimar period. Structural weaknesses are everywhere. 1/
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15 days of prophylactic hydroxychloroquine would have ended the pandemic in March.

ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/P…
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The slow motion Pharma genocide of children in developed countries continues. We know why this is happening. We know how to stop this from happening, right now. Yet the bourgeoisie insists that the genocide must proceed unabated. The world has gone mad.

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"No jab no pay" and "no jab no play" caused this and everyone involved in writing & enforcing these bills should be prosecuted for crimes against humanity. It's 2020 and the Nazis traded in their brown shirts for white coats and people were cool with that.
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11 months after the start of the pandemic, "there is still no transparent, independent investigation into the source of the virus."

China has not shared biological samples.

No one believes the wet market theory anymore but further inquiry is prohibited.

nytimes.com/2020/11/02/wor…
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Here's part II.

The widely held view is that suicides are the result of combat stress. That's part of it. Yet a large % of veterans who take their own lives never deployed to a combat zone. Are we also witnessing iatrogenic injury from pharmaceuticals?

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@colorado_choice

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nytimes.com/2020/09/25/hea…
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"Children more often encounter pathogens that are new to their immune systems. Their innate defense is fast & overwhelming."

HOLD THE F*CK UP. Children have BETTER innate immune systems than adults!? And we've always known this!?

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