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Apr 26, 2023Liked by Donald Jeffries

This one of the only articles of yousr I didn't hit the like button on.

It isn't because I don't like you, I love you like a brother!

I don't mind your optimism either, it's just that I expect the media to know more than I do as a

layman.

Tucker called us 9-11 truthers "morons" and "parasites".

He said the WE should solve the 9-11 conspiracy,,, what? Without powers of subpoena and the

intelligence network, money, and forensics expertise of the state? How the hell is that ever supposed to work for us laymen?

It puts the burden of proof on Ma and Pa Kettle in every single matter of contention and suspicion.

So, NO.

When people like Tucker, or Trump lie to me once, I don't give them the further benefit of my doubt.

They become negative numbers in my book, at least until their public sins are PUBLICLY confessed

and they plead for our forgiveness.

Laymen aren't supposed to know more than the 'experts'.

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He certainly did. I would like to know how he feels about 9/11 now. I suspect he has a vastly different perspective. He basically apologized for that, without specifying 9/11, in a recent interview, where he said he regretted calling people names instead of actually checking out the evidence. Most people agree with you, and everyone has a right to their opinion. Thanks.

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May 1, 2023Liked by Donald Jeffries

Don, I agree with you that Tucker had an epiphany, or at least, a change of opinion on some topics. I have to admit that I never watched a single episode of his show, since I stopped watching TV news, even Fox,shortly after 911, so my opinions on Carlson are not as based as those who watched his show regularly.

Excuse my going OT here, but I wanted to say that yours is still the one substack that I read without fail as soon as I can after getting an email notification to my subscription. You're a great writer and I'm glad to have found your books and later this substack.

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Ed, I very much appreciate the kind words. Thanks!

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I saw an interview with him during which he pondered why he is not allowed to ask about building 7. That doesn’t mean he is a truther, but he is no longer a knee jerk denier either.

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The March 14th interview may have gotten him in hot water with Fox.

https://twitter.com/BobDunlap9477/status/1635572226329047043?t=avgbPnGIYkrm_h2mA_vyaw&s=19

He said his biggest regret was supporting the Iraq war.

It's comical that he didn't know the role of media as a propaganda tool of the government, being such a large part of it himself. That's about as believable as Josef Goebbels saying the same thing. "Oh, man! What a revelation! I didn't know that they used me." Hell, even Goebbels would have been more honest than Tucker.

We should address your question about his redemption.

He says that he is Episcopalian (whatever that means) so we assume that he prayed and asked God for forgiveness. Or, we're led to assume as much.

He apologized to the CTers (critical thinkers), so that's fine. But did he apologize to the Iraquis? It seems like he left them out. But wouldn't they be the primary victims of the war? From 8,000 miles away he can tweet an apology to them I suppose. But it seems to me that the war created a million deaths, millions of displaced humans, millions of lives destroyed, and countless widows, orphans and damaged people. In the Bible, doesn't it say that religion = helping/visiting widows and orphans and staying unblemished from the world? Therefore, his redemption should involve visiting Iraq and helping them.

We'll see which he prefers to do. My money is on the Tweet rather than paying for the care of widows and orphans.

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Apr 30, 2023Liked by Donald Jeffries

The segment Carlson did with Professor Steven Jones discussing 9/11 and its odd incidence of Jones repeatedly asking for the tape of building 7 falling to be played and Carlson refusing and sidestepping that damning evidence, colored my opinion of Carlson and his show for years. I must confess that I missed his show until several years ago exactly because of that Jones interview. I became a viewer several years ago due solely to the content and his take on the issues at hand in contrast to what originally threw me off. I subscribe to an opinion that Tucker Carlson is genuine and has evolved in his opinion and independence over time. We have at least for now lost an important advocate for truth.

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I heard that recently Tucker actually asked about Building 7, and also wanted to know why we can't question 9/11. Even at his worst, Tucker wasn't as bad as the other talking heads. Recall how Bill O'Reilly lashed out angrily at the son of a 9/11 victim who questioned the narrative, and actually tried to find him after the show to presumably get physical with him. Thanks.

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Apr 30, 2023Liked by Donald Jeffries

Absolutely. And he is far better than his peers at fox let, alone the coiffed shills in the "competition". In defense of Carlson, his independent nature and reporting may have been and quite likely were muted by an original pecking order at fox. The likely fact is that as his stature and power grew his independent thought and reporting were freed of restraint and his real character unleashed. No one should carry doubt of his honesty too far as his track record speaks well for him and we can only guess on the

struggle involved to achieve his independence within the fox structure.

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Apr 26, 2023Liked by Donald Jeffries

Thanks Don. I so often hit the ‘heart’ and move on but today I felt that I should say how deeply thankful I am that you still have some love for America 1.0. To write like you do takes much experience and effort and there is one bloke on the other side of the earth who really appreciates it (and buys your books). We are almost the same age and I recall being enthralled and captivated by what was your country. America’s optimism seemed to lift the collective spirit of the world but now the inevitable end of that covert lie is being played out right before our eyes. I wish I could drop around with a bottle of red for a laugh and some reminiscing but America 2.0 is off my bucket list. All the best.

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I really appreciate that, Phil. Where are you located? Thanks!

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Hi Don, I’m on the mid north coast of NSW in what used to have the appearance of being the free country of Australia, in spite of it being a constitutional monarchy. The water is still warm even though we are well into autumn and the chem trails indicate that we are in for some rain this weekend. Happy trails.

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Apr 27, 2023Liked by Donald Jeffries

I enjoyed Tucker's commentary ( on YouTube, I don't own a TV) and his vignette on Sam Brinton was pure gold...but I do believe he, along with Trump, AOC, RFK Jr, Alex Jones and so many others are just actors in a form of Kabuki Theater. This is the take down of America, balkanization will follow. We already have de facto partition...and it was all planned, at least since the Civil War. Those actors play their part in stiring up the masses to fight one another...pouring gasoline on the fire, as it were.

That said, it was painful listening to Rense lionizing Miles Mathis. Mathis has some excellent papers, but he's seems to have gone off the deep end lately. Plus his ego is so gigantic it often keeps him from seeing the truth. He never admits that he was wrong about something, and although he is a hardworking, excellent researcher, he lacks the most important element to find the truth: spiritual discernment.

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I always appreciate your comments, Kris. They may well all be actors. As you know, I talk about these things being scripted quite a bit. But if we take things too far, we end up where Miles Mathis is. Maybe he's controlled opposition, too. As I told Rense, Mathis didn't think I was real. Maybe I'm a shill. I sure wish it paid more. Seriously, we have to take at least some things, and some people, at face value. Otherwise, nothing we say or do has any importance. Thanks.

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Controlled opposition is what Carlson was.you delude yourself if you believe msm would allow anyone to actually tell the truth about govt psyops issues. Causing mayhem and confusion in the decidedly shallow populace. Msm is owned by the same perpetrators of the talking points.

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Well, a lot more people in alt media would agree with you than me. He did tell the truth, about many important things, for more than five years. And became the highest rated news show. If he was controlled opposition, why did they pull the plug on him?

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Apr 27, 2023·edited Apr 27, 2023

Lol lol he told the truth?prove that.and who decides ratings on TV shows? Care to guess?pull the plug? Propaganda only goes so far.switch tactics.make the guy look to be a victim. What happens then? A new distraction. Manipulation is the key here.no one pulled his plug.

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irish: I felt like you for awhile, but Tucker's recent shows were different, dangerous, provoking. The CIA killed JFK. Big Pharma made the virus and then the vaccine. Tucker started to say, "They are lying." about government, politicians, Democrats, media, Big Pharma, the military, the CIA."

Tucker Carlson went out there on a limb and the oligarchs cut it off. Cut him off.

When you take a risk like Carlson did, let me know.

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lol lol "took a risk"? are you that deluded? you actually believe the msm top propagandist "took a risk" and was just fired for it? you are being "punked" and refuse to accept it. first of all there is no "virus" thats another hoax that was given to dumbed down sheeple. do you understand reverse psychology? if no one approved of his topics they would have never been aired, you are too gullible. try using a few functioning brain cells to become a skeptic.

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You remind me of many in the alt media. Who do you trust? If I had been asked on Tucker Carlson's show (and believe me, I was close), would that have meant I lost my credibility? Assuming you think I have credibility, that is. I was on Infowars Nightly News several years ago. Their book store sold hundreds of copies of "Hidden History." Does that discredit me, and my book? What public figure do you believe is not controlled opposition?

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irish: PPS: If there is no virus then what the hell are all those Virus Weapons Labs cooking up?

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Wow you have it bad don't you?gullible is too kind a word for your blindness."there are none so blind as those who WILL not see"

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irish: Yes. Tucker Carlson took a risk. He didn't know until an hour or so on Monday that he was fired. "If no one approved of his topics they would have never been aired". Who the hell is "no one"? Be specific. Do you think the owners of Fox review Carlson's script every day like censors in "1984"? Did you ever even watch Tucker Carlson Tonight?

irish: You are not looking critically at the evidence.

And PS: Your personal attacks at me just weaken your arguments.

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Apr 27, 2023·edited Apr 27, 2023

Hold on while I try to stop laughing.lol personal attacks?so now you descend into the realm of paranoia simply because an observation was made and a suggestion also. Your obtuseness is noted as is you gullibility. "No one"needs elucidated on.what you need is to try to be objective which gullible sheeple are incapable of.

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Watch out, irish. Timmy's going to sue you for defamation. ;-)

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Lol Timmy is a troll.you can always tell.they out themselves.

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Apr 26, 2023Liked by Donald Jeffries

I don’t agree. But, time will tell which one of us is correct when he goes to his next gig.

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Propagandists never change.perhaps their method does.but they sell out to the highest bidder.

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If Tucker was a propagandist, he was selling that the elite are corrupt, incompetent, and insane, that there is a vicious anti-White agenda (and yes, he mentioned the Great Replacement), that our wars are senseless, that digitalized currency is dangerous, that the vaccines are killing and harming people, that our government killed JFK, that J6 was not an "insurrection," that "climate change" is bogus, that the ADL censors free speech, and on and on. Why do you think our horrific leaders would want someone doling out THAT kind of propaganda to millions of people?

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I suggest you study how propagandists work. You have been suckered in by the wannabe cia guy.his dad was cia. But he was supposedly rejected.do some reading on how you are manipulated.

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I don't know how old you are, but I have been studying propaganda since I became awake while volunteering for Mark Lane's Citizens Committee of Inquiry, as a teenager in the mid-1970s. And, of course, many think Mark Lane was CIA, or some kind of limited hangout, etc. I'm no Fox News' watching red-meat conservative. I feel like I'm confessing to a crime by saying I enjoyed Tucker's show.

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You didn't study well. You enjoyed carlson because he appealed to your preconceived ideas.which means you are not objective.

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Apr 26, 2023·edited Apr 26, 2023

I’m glad you said that and saved me the typing Irish! I would just add a good psy-op is really dangerous!

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Most welcome.this is this week's distraction is it not.

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The story of all the stolen elections is all that should matter. Kari Lake's Arizona steal was what woke Tucker up. Without real certifiable election results going forward no other stories have any worth. When Americans finally realize they no longer, if ever, lived in a free Constitutional Republic the siht should hit the fan. But don't count on it.

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May 1, 2023Liked by Donald Jeffries

This essential topic seems to be out of sight and sound these days. Did not even hear much of anything about these Dominion defamation lawsuits until they announced settlement. However, it sure seemed like there was at least some evidence of foul play with those voting machines?

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It should have been an easy lawsuit for Fox to win. But that assumes an honest courtroom, which is always very unlikely. And we know that Black Rock owns shares in both Fox and Dominion. So they essentially sued themselves. Thanks.

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May 1, 2023Liked by Donald Jeffries

Probably all just part of the ongoing script moving the world farther towards that dystopian future as set out in many forms of entertainment over the years? Between this giant settlement and the Alex Jones debacle, the signal to shut the heck up about all of this sure rings loud and clear. Talk about trying to stifle free speech!

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Apr 27, 2023Liked by Donald Jeffries

Tank, I'm waiting and hoping for Americans to wake up and realize that the votes in elections aren't honestly counted or reported. I read "Votescam" when it was first published and stopped bothering with voting soon thereafter.

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As you probably know, I wrote quite a bit about the late Collier brothers' book "Votescam," in my own "Hidden History." Fox News' defense in the ridiculous suit by Dominion should have begun with that book. Thanks.

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Thanks, Tank!

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I have personally always enjoyed Tucker’s show...but didn’t go all in on him until the last few years (as I think he went through a bit of an awakening of sorts due to the Covid BS and subsequent madness)

Everyone should give a listen to his Heritage speech given on Friday night...he was at his best and most believable (dare I say vulnerable) self.

Lots of conjecture right now. He attacked big Pharma just recently (as did O’Keefe with similar outcomes)

He helped expose the J6 BS which got Lindsey and Chuckie all bent out of shape.

He never took the knee to the Tranny BS either.

As you mentioned he attacked the CIA (and FBI ) for numerous things ...with the JFK assassination as the most profound point.

Other than the leftist hatred for DJT (fake or real) you’d have to admit Tucker was on their most hated list and they couldn’t stomach him , although they watched every single episode .

Maybe the “true” truth will come out soon, but like everything else j won’t be holding my breath!

Very good article Don

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Thanks, Gabby!

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Apr 27, 2023Liked by Donald Jeffries

Dear Donald,my comment about this Tucker issue is not valuable at all. I just saw him him once, interviewing a girl who used to be a singer from a famous group until she realized she was selling her soul, and God helped her to move away from the demonic forces in the music industry. So Tucker was doing her the interview acting like a naif kid extremely surprised by everything she was saying. When she mentioned God his face expression was like freaking LSD hallucination. In a brief way,he seemed a clown to me. I don't trust rich people . Yeheshua wasn't rich in a material way. That was His lesson " Beware of the appearances ". Too many wolfs with sheep skin. Just trust Yeheshua, don't waste your time on trusting anybody else.

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You comments are always valuable, Kiran. I don't trust rich people, either, but they're the only ones with power. Thanks!

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The monologue Apr 19 w/ RFK JR was the last straw. I swear if you turn up the volume and listen to his breathing you can tell he was nervous for what he was about to say! He’s a hero in my eyes if it wake’s more people up.

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He was the only one that was going to give RFK, Jr. a regular platform. That would have been crucial, given the blackout of his campaign that you'll see from all the other networks. And yes, I know they probably don't count the votes. Thanks, Stephanie!

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Apr 26, 2023Liked by Donald Jeffries

Spot-on Donald!

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Thanks, Phil!

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Apr 26, 2023Liked by Donald Jeffries

I noticed Tucker’s shift last year after there was no Red Wave in November. He was already willing to look at subjects no one would touch, but that seems to be his true point of WTF?? The point of no return. I say good for him because I’m sure he will land solidly on his feet. How interesting that the Heritage Foundation offered him a job last week....almost like they knew this would eventually come, just a matter of timing. 😏

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He will be just fine. It's just that whatever little value there might have been on television news is now gone. Thanks.

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Apr 26, 2023Liked by Donald Jeffries

The stolen election drama was the red pill that took Tucker a while to digest. The mid-terms re-enforced his secret conviction. That was when he became Truman and realized it was all a fake show and he had to act on his heart's conviction in order to save the America he loves.

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He undeniably changed, Dan. Thanks.

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Apr 27, 2023Liked by Donald Jeffries

such a great read, however the question should be, why now? and the staggering hype all over the media ...... to me something, else is on foot we soon will see

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Something else is seemingly always afoot, isn't it? Thanks, Karla!

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It's deja vu all over again. Many will recall the Catholic Church's "summer of shame" in 2018, when the misconduct (to put it mildly) of Cardinal Theodore McCarrick was exposed. Towards the end of that summer, when it became clear to the powers that be that the exposure was "beyond salvage", they trotted out Archbishop Carlos Vigano. For a brief period, Vigano was lionized by "Traditional Catholics", a "fringe minority" of the church that wants to return to worship the way it was done before the liberal reforms following Vatican II. Vigano confessed to having full knowledge of McCarrick and his pederasty for over ten years while working with the Vatican Embassy in Washington DC. He said an "agreement" had been made under the tenure of Pope Benedict, which was disregarded by Pope Frantic, which led to the current scandals. Vigano spoke a lot of truth, and captured the allegiance of many looking for a hero.

Then what happened? Little by little, Vigano became a fan of the whole Trumpenstein project, keeping misguided individuals on the Trump train long after it was obvious the next stop was oblivion. Then, after Trump went down, all the ridiculous comments that Vigano made about Trump being the Katechon preventing the reign of the Antichrist went down the memory hole and he began complaining about the antics of Pope Frantic. To this day, Vigano continues to confuse and divide, complaining about the obvious while hiding all the sordid details and the history of how we got here.

Tucker Carlson has been groomed to be a hero for conservatives for a long time. I am not disputing that, time and time again, Tucker was over the target, and that is why he garnered a wide viewership. But Tucker all that time was paid with the money the lamestream media gets from bloodshed foreign and domestic. If Tucker really has had an epiphany he seems uncanninly lacking in remorse and penance. In the good ol' days, someobdy who had experienced metanoia would be clothed in sackcloth, psrinkled with ashes, and morning on a dunghill.

If Tucker Carlson is for real, he will start telling us where the proverbial bodies are, because I am sure he knows a lot more about the Clinton and Bush counts then we ever will.

Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us. You are our only hope!

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I think he did express remorse, White Wolf, in that recent interview. He basically apologized for ever having been a shill for the state. What he does next will be telling. Whatever degree he was shackled by Fox is now gone. We should be hearing absolute truth from him, to the extent he knows it. Regardless, he'll be doing very well financially. Thanks.

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Basically, I think the lamestream media is roach motel. My absolute indication that Tucker Carlson really had an epiphany is he will become a part of the body count. Maybe he will die of heart failure, in a freak plane crash, or plow his car into a tree.

In the meantime, color me skeptical.

The four sins that cry for vengeance are willful murder (abortion), sodomy ( the whole woke brigade), oppression of the poor (The IRS), and depriving the laborer of his just wages (again, the IRS.)

Until our religious leaders start crying out from the housetops, I see no hope, humanly speaking.

Our Lady of Fatima said that "various nations will be annihilated". Next stop- oblivion.

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It really has become a sad situation when many of us look suspiciously at anyone who is speaking out against the corruption, but still alive. I've had that said to me- why haven't they killed you? I don't know if even Ambrose Bierce was that cynical. Thanks.

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I have been in some very interesting situations in my life over the years. I have met men who claim they are your best buddy and are just using you to achieve an end. I have met priests who give you a sermon that would move you to tears while all along they are a pederast monster. Our Lord told His angels that they could not discern the wheat from the weeds, so what chance do we have.

I am not cynical by any means. I really do give Tucker the benefit of the doubt. I really do wish the man well. I really do hope he is playing a dangerous game, balancing safety and exposure on the knife edge. At the end of the day, what do I really know.

When I was younger I had a crush on Princess Leia. She died suddenly a few years ago and in all the research I did I could not even tell if the poor gal was ever baptized. But I pray for the repose of her soul. With God all things are possible.

We can agree to disagree about Tucker. Maybe the future will prove me wrong. Who knows? But forgive me for thinking Tucker, wherever he ends up, is going to be a limited hangout, like Alex Jones.

Meanwhile I am reading your book Hidden History. Next I will be reading your book on the entertainment industry. Looking forward to your book on the Plandemic.

In the meantime, God bless, and stay strong. Truth Matters. Our Lord Jesus Christ is Truth Incarnate!

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Thank you, White Wolf!

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Great analysis. I have to admit, Vigano had me fooled at first.

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Vigano had a lot of people fooled. This is how they roll- tie the truth into a pretzel and harden the knots. And the closer you get to being over the target, the harder the knots become. This is how they roll.

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Apr 26, 2023Liked by Donald Jeffries

Sooner or later, the real reasons for Tucker Carlson being fired from fox will surface. All his haters are going to be in for probably a rude awakening. Tucker, if he is smart, we’ll go the way of Joe Rogan, and have the ability to do the kind of show he really wants to do with fewer restrictions. Joe Rogan with his podcast reaches millions of people Tucker will be able to do the same thing. He will reach much more than 3 million he got every night and will be richly compensated for it. If Joe Rogan is worth $60 million a year, so is Tucker Carlson. I believe Tucker has the ability to become even more influential that he watch, and that is going to absolutely depress the left. What they got was a momentary false victory. I can’t wait to the ladies on the view haven’t thrown right back in their face.

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Tucker will definitely do better financially. As I noted, apparently the low-rated state stooge Rachel Maddow is paid more than he was. Thanks, Stephen!

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Apr 26, 2023Liked by Donald Jeffries

I really liked your take here, Don. Agreed with pretty much everything you said. I've noticed as well in recent months how a lot of alternative youtube channels have begun squabbling and attacking each other, when they fundamentally agree on the same things. It's weird. But makes sense really. Thank you again for taking the time to write this.

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Thanks, Smoke!

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Excellent. I agree totally. All you said there is quite correct. AOC and the crappy View and even more crappy Colbert are way too sleazy to actually have any truth or morals in their talks. I don't understand how they can live with themselves. Pardon my lack of command of English. Looking forward to your newest book. 😀

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Your English is fine, Norman. Thanks!

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"All is masquerade." Folks like us, logical, imbued with innocent creativity, and integrity, can't help but be disappointed in any nation with a jewish money supply.

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