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Just Accept the Narrative, You Stupid Peasants
As with every other ludicrous story of the past few years, anyone who asks questions about nonsensical story narratives is labeled a “conspiracy theorist” spreading “misinformation.” Watch for tech companies to ramp up the “fact checks” and post removals of anything that goes against the official Pelosi story. Watch the media lapdogs ridicule and attack anyone with a brain who does some basic critical thinking. An increasingly common technique is for the media to attack those who share a link from a location on the web not belonging to a mainstream/Ruling Class-controlled media outlet. They’ll dig up any story they can from the past that turned out to be false, sometimes going back decades, then use it with a description, “A website known for spreading false information in the past.” Never mind their basis for declaring something false are the same fact-checkers that Big Tech uses to censor, usually based on opinions and liberal talking points rather than any evidence-based criteria. Luckily, as with the word racist, “misinformation,” “hate speech,” and “conspiracy theory” have been so overused the past few years, they’re essentially meaningless terms. BTW, I don’t believe for a second this unquestionally-accepted story of a 500 percent increase in the use of the N word since Musk’s takeover. Who the hell has even heard of Network Contagion Research Institute? But suddenly, we should just accept their stats, which are so face-palm obviously used to push for maintenance of censorship policies? Even if by some obscure chance they were true, we know Twitter bots and fake accounts can easily be manipulated to create whatever eyeroll narrative they want. But again, don’t ask questions you stupid peasants! Just put on your NPC expression and follow the lead of the Ruling Class information control drones.
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