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Mon Nov 23, 2020, 12:10 PM

3. PCIntern....

How I remember that episode of The Twilight Zone ! When Chris Matthews had his show, he actually (on more than one occasion) compared dt to Anthony, the Billy Mumy character.

And a lot of this same crowd has completely bought into QANON. Not only have the "libtards" conspired with the ENTIRE world to be faking COVID-19 to bring down their dear leader, this INSANE group of lunatics think Hillary, Dr. Fauci, Bill Gates,(who's also planning on putting "chips" in all of us via the vaccine-I'm still not clear on what the chips are about), Tom Hanks, other Democrats, and some "Hollywood Elites" are operating a world wide cabal who are trafficking thousands upon thousand of babies and children. The "hero" to bring down "the deep state" is none other than Donald Trump.

"THE DARK AGES were rife with plague, fanaticism, and accusations that Jews secretly fed off the blood of children. In 2020, we too are beset with plague, rampant medical misinformation, and a persistent rumor that “global elites” torture children to harvest the chemical adrenochrome from their blood, which they then inject in order to stay healthy and young." (Wired, 7/21/20, Brian Friedbarg).

I've completely cut off communication with was used to be a very close friend because she's absolutely brainwashed. It's terrifying that people REALLY believe this...

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