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NS & RNN: The samizdat press and Ashli Babbitts killer. Matters in the United States have not yet reached the point where those in the samizdat press risk harsh prison terms or worse when they are caught, or, as we say now, doxed. But they have reached a point where we cannot rely on the established media or their on-line allies to tell the truth let alone the whole truth so we must turn to the on-line samizdat press, with all its flaws of awkward organization and presentation, to find out whats going on.
A case in point is the murderer of Ashli Babbitt. When Daunte Wright was accidentally shot while (for all the arresting officer knew) reaching for his unregistered gun, it seemed that, faster than you could say Little Trees Car Freshener, we knew who had pulled the trigger. More than three months after the event, we are still waiting for the name of Ashli Babbitts killer to be made public. (Does anyone really believe that that name is unknown to the ventriloquists of the major media? Remember: they are the same kind of people who knew the names Fiddle and Faddle, yet never reported on them because they liked John Kennedy.)
John de Nugent is one samizdater who has dared to reproduce data first released by Redpilled Media claiming to have identified the black Capitol cop who shot Miss Babbitt in cold blood. While there are many screenshots from videos taken on the spot showing Redpilleds suspect as the only Capitol peace officer with his finger on the trigger of his service weapon, and him the only black man on the scene, the argument primarily relies on photos of the shooters wearing a particular wrist ornament. For all we know, such ornaments are popular among Negroes; we cannot say, therefore, that Redpilled has nailed the matter, but we will say that they have made a case that cries out for refutation and no one that we know of has come forth even attempting refutation. Moreover, the man accused has not denied being the perpetrator of the crime.
While we regret to say that samizadat amateurs often dont know what they are doing, the established media do know what theyre doing, and its lying, covering up, suppressing, and slandering. And its a good rule that when the damned fools disagree with the well-heeled cognoscenti, you wont lose much money betting on the damned
Posted April 16, 2021
RNN: Move along; nothing to see here. Almost as if to reinforce the point made in the Stop and Think below, NPR had a segment on todays All Things Considered by Jason Beaubien, The Ramifications of the
Not to worry! Rebecca Weintraub, MD, an assistant professor in the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School and an associate physician in the Division of Global Health Equity at Brigham and Womens Hospital, tells us in the Beaubien story, This is standard practice. We expected a set of adverse reactions to a vaccine that ... not only because it was new but this happens with any routine vaccination process.
Funny. I dont remember anyones mentioning that when getting the vaccines was being hyped earlier this year. You might want to keep that in mind the next time a new vaccine is pushed through and the government urges you to go right out, get in line, and get
Posted April 16, 2021
RNN: Maybe Biden actually did win. The fools and con-men in this country are on Bidens side. And to borrow from Mark Twain, thats a big enough majority in any
Posted April 16, 2021
RNN: Lenins WuFlu policy. Lots of broken eggs. No
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