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Don’t Fall for These Fake, Planted Stories
As I’ve said before, fake stories that are easily-debunked are intentionally planted, so that when you share them on social media, you can easily be portrayed as a crazy conspiracy theorist. Google and other search engines can also use them to manipulate their algorithms, which are mathematically adjusted based on their interpretation of authenticity.
Ask whenever you read a post if it passes the smell test. To me, this is as believable as Jussie Smollett’s “This is maga country” attack. Critical thinkers know that Ray Epps was likely a Fed who helped instigate events on January 6th, and we know Nancy Pelosi falsified much of the information given to the public so the day could be used as a political weapon. By planting this phone-calls story, they kill two birds with one stone. Discussing supposed calls between the two, which can easily be disproven, makes it simple to portray any discussion of either of the two slimebags as nothing more than nutbag conspiracies. Get the picture?
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