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BlazeTV host, best-selling author & former Cruz for President flack. Preferred pronouns are “I’m not a biologist.” Romans 1 is real life. Hate your BS & cult.
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May 24 14 tweets 3 min read
I know we like things simple, with no nuance. Unfortunately, being an adult and critical thinker requires nuance. Thus we have to navigate the following:

1) Putin is not a good guy.
2) Putin is not justified invading Ukraine.

cont... 3) I urge you to look through the WEF's account here for the full 24 hours of its day 1 yesterday, and aside from Ukraine find ANYTHING that is pro-Christian, pro-individual liberty, pro-Constitution, pro-America. Because you won't find it, I promise.
May 16 28 tweets 5 min read
Going to live tweet as I watch #2000MulesMovie movie here. Starts off with a montage of clips of election night coverage from basically all the networks, talking about how things were looking good for Trump early on. And then a montage of media incredulous that they just stopped counting in several of these states.
Apr 24 13 tweets 3 min read
The government is a proxy for the people in a republic. A corporation is a proxy for its shareholders when it's public, as is Disney. Both of these are extensions of the will of the people in separate contexts, especially when said public company is getting government goodies. Therefore, as a private citizen you have two options to influence a public company that has decided to pollute your environment, whether that's natural or cultural resources. You can either purchase enough shares in Disney to move it, which isn't an option for 99% of Americans.
Apr 21 5 tweets 2 min read
Let's see, should we listen to medical advice from just one side that keeps prescribing things that have proven don't work or even harm, or people like @P_McCulloughMD @PierreKory and so many others for a second opinion?

Have you checked on those harmed by the jab or lockdowns? Last year this was a #1 best-seller. It has more footnotes than pages. Be a truth seeker. Read it and
try to discredit it. If you can't, be freed by it. The truth sets us free from a spirit of fear and unsound mind. You don't have to live like this.…
Apr 15 9 tweets 3 min read
#GoodFriday is arguably the darkest day in all of human history. The day we killed love incarnate, truth incarnate, and God incarnate because He forced us to confront our own sin. So why do we call it good? Because He chose that death on our behalf, dying the death we deserved. There is no other way to satisfy the justified wrath of God against us, there is no other qualified atonement for our sin, and there is no other way to ultimately reconcile ourselves to the only living God without the recognition of what happened on #GoodFriday and why.
Apr 14 5 tweets 1 min read
Musk is offering Twitter's shareholders an immediate luxurious cash-liquid lifeboat, they can either take it or sink. It's also a way of finding out just how committed they ALL are to the agenda, because that kind of money makes you rethink your priorities. Musk is also offering us ultimate clarity. By making an immediate cash offer more than Twitter is worth, and warning them upfront their company is gonna be worth a lot less if they don’t take it, we will now learn if Twitter’s honchos really can’t be moved by market forces.
Mar 31 4 tweets 2 min read
You've been lied to all this time. When treated in proper time and protocol, Ivermectin does work as an effective early treatment. I've seen it work, I've taken it, I know people it has saved, and I've interviewed numerous doctors who have seen it work, too. If you believe this to be untrue, go to my bosses here @TyCardon @gastonmooney and demand a reckoning. I will gladly give it to you. Including if you work here @theblaze, after all don't we have a responsibility to confront our own platform on a matter of life and death?
Mar 18 8 tweets 2 min read
During the marriage wars I was mocked for saying the ultimate goal back then was redefining gender altogether. For if there are perfectly natural affections for men and women beyond each other, then there's no fundamental point to the distinctiveness of male or female at all. And therefore there's no distinctiveness in the man and woman coming together to make a new male or female, either. The eradication of family led to the eradication of gender, and the eradication of gender is the result of the eradication of the family.
Mar 16 7 tweets 2 min read
Two years ago today "15 days to flatten the curve" -- or the Pearl Harbor of Covidstan -- was launched. We must never forget, because evil like this always comes back. Especially when it went away on its own, purely for political reasons, and wasn't driven out by the good. For the next 23 months, governments around the world -- including sadly our own -- engaged in unprecedented levels of tyranny, deception, and murder at a previously unforeseen scope in all of human history.
Mar 12 17 tweets 3 min read
The West right now is Emma Watson’s character in The Circle, when she urges her social media giant’s lemming followers to share their hashtag to show their disgust for a tyrant. Because, you know, that’ll show him! Why didn’t the Greatest Generation just virtue signal! Putin invaded Ukraine because of our weakness. Because he watched us elect a dithering dementia case. He then watched the entire West destroy its way of life and enslave its people over a virus with a .05% IFR, and a jab that doesn’t even stop you from getting that virus.
Mar 11 5 tweets 2 min read
I'm on record predicting this will become the Fox News of social media alternatives (provided its tech is up to par), and its success will be used by Big Tech to justify even more purgings. Thus turning Facebook and Twitter into basically CNN and MSNBC. Or forsaken ground for us. The goal here, by the Spirit of the Age, is to perpetuate the divisiveness and balkanization. It doesn't want any exchange of ideas or a challenging of its narratives, let alone any kind of debate. It can't wait to completely purge our pushback to our own intellectual ghetto.
Mar 3 6 tweets 2 min read
Sadly correct. We have to accept the truth of the last 23 months, and last few weeks in Canada, that our Western "democratic" governments see us as a potential enemy every bit as much as a Putin (albeit for different reasons). This is just cancel culture as foreign policy. Tragically, there is no Western esprit de corps anymore. Your Western "democracy" actually operates more like Putin than a democracy these days. As in rules/laws by fiat and force, and you get "rights" and social "access" provided you do/believe/say what we approve of.
Mar 2 7 tweets 2 min read
First Covid and now Ukraine has shown chief opponent/obstacle to liberty is no longer a singular ideology, but rather a collective theology of those devoted to belonging/receiving affirmation from the Spirit of the Age — who will then dutifully comply with whatever it demands. In other words, there is a significant amount of Westerners so successfully dumbed down, they no longer wish to have fights over critical thinking differences as ideologies used to — but don’t know how to and worse don’t want to critically think at all. They just want to belong.
Mar 1 11 tweets 3 min read
Putin can't afford to take an L in #Ukraine. He's an aging dictator that has ruled with fear & intimidation over a vast nation filled with plenty of other thugs, gangsters and wannabe Putins. Who will then come after his throne as soon as they sense the old man has lost his mojo. So Putin must either conquer Ukraine or he will face unprecedented challenges to his weakened authority/power at home. What would a desperate Putin do to save face? We may have gotten a hint yesterday when he put his nuclear forces on high alert.
Feb 13 19 tweets 3 min read
What’s happened is the global cabal crowd hit hyperdrive last five years after Brexit and then Trump in 2016. They were content with the frog in the boiling water until then, but seeing people defy them electorally en masse drove literally EVERYTHING we’ve seen since to be a lie. They don’t fear/hate Nigel Farage and Donald Trump. They fear/hate whom the represent — You.

This is why they treated Trump, a billionaire they did tons of business with who was a global celebrity, with instant disdain once he ran for office campaigning to represent You.
Feb 9 21 tweets 5 min read
The last few weeks on my show we have discussed the fascinating political science study the Democrats were about to be -- remain with their Branch Covidian Cult or take the #Omicron off ramp. Well, the Democrats have already made their choice for the most part -- the off ramp. We are seeing all the evidence of it now, and what is happening to Canada's petty tyrants is accelerating the Democrats' timetable -- lest they risk looking as cornered as Canada's boy king does now by an America version to come.
Jan 30 18 tweets 4 min read
I finished @ScottWAtlas MUST READ book on the plane this weekend. My first thought after was to just post "all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy" repeatedly, or REDRUM. Instead, here's the impression you get about key people after reading it:… Birx is a loony quack who loses her poop at the first sign of resistance. But she also had the Trump WH, particularly the VP, wrapped around her bedazzled fingers. She should face a Nuremberg-like trial.
Jan 13 14 tweets 3 min read
Earlier I referenced an email shared with me by someone who belongs to a leading group of physicians, who consult with major American sports leagues and high school programs nationwide. In this thread I will share -- verbatim -- their #Omicron points of interest for members. Please keep in mind this is a group that has been exceedingly cautious from the beginning. And recommended the sports leagues they consult with shutdown in March 2020. Here's the 14 things they say about #Omicron now:
Jan 7 35 tweets 7 min read
We have a serious problem which must be addressed. And it's a lot of what I believe @tedcruz is really getting widely criticized for -- which I agree with btw, despite considering him to be a friend -- but it's broader than just Ted.

I will address it in this thread. First, let's stipulate to an undeniable truth of history -- whoever has control over the flow of information in any society ultimately has control.
Jan 5 22 tweets 5 min read
It's time once and for all to address the gaslighting talking point that "Covid jabs give you a much better chance of avoiding a severe infection even if they don't stop you from being infected." This is a canard, which I will prove here. First of all, the canard is gaslighting because many using it are now trying to claim there were never any promises that jabs prevented infection. Tell that to our CDC, which on 3/29/21 published this study boasting 90% efficacy against transmission.…
Jan 1 22 tweets 4 min read
Reagan use to have a sign in the Oval Office which read "it's amazing what can get done when you don't care who gets the credit for it."

Along those lines, there's been a lot of discussion here past few days on who was or wasn't right about Covidstan tyranny and for how long? Obviously, I have a confirmed record here on this going back to the very beginning you can check for yourself. From the very beginning of this scamdemic, there was a small group of us pushing back on this tyrannical and ridiculous narrative.