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HAVE I GOT VIEWS FOR YOU: It WAS you Fauci - and you had most Americans on the sofa
Proof they are now all trying to weasel out of what they did
COMMENT By Oliver May
IN 2000, an artist by the name of Shaggy released a song from his album Hot Shot called ‘It Wasn’t Me’.
The premise of the tune was Shaggy offering some advice to his mate after he had been caught by his girlfriend having sexual intercourse with ‘the girl next door’.
Despite – and I quote some of the lyrics here – being caught “butt-naked, banging on the bathroom floor”, Shaggy suggests his mate simply deny it was him by telling her repeatedly, “it wasn’t me”.
His mate is rather astonished. He says: “She [the girlfriend] saw me banging on the sofa...” and “I even had her in the shower”... and, charmingly, “she [the girlfriend] stayed until it [the sex] was over.”
All to which Shaggy replies simply, just tell her “it wasn’t me”.
Now, you may be wondering where this is going. Well, remember Anthony Fauci? The US equivalent to our own Chris Whitty? Well, last week, he resigned as Chief Medical Advisor to the President and you would be forgiven for wondering whether his next move might be a song in collaboration with our friend Shaggy.
You see, interviewed by Fox News this week, Fauci was asked whether he regretted any of the “shutdowns” he recommended across the United States.
“No I don’t,” he said with an air of misplaced confidence. “But in fact we need to make sure that your listeners understand... I didn’t shut down anything.”
Did he just effectively say: “It wasn’t me”?
This tweet from Justin Hart sums up the situation quite beautifully.
Isn’t it staggering – no, disgustingly abhorrent – that we had to put up with being bombarded with nonsense for two years, only for those responsible to then deny it was them.
This is called gaslighting. And it is a very serious form of abuse. Still trust your government?
SCRATCH beneath the surface of what you believe, see, read and hear and you will stumble upon the World Economic Forum.
They champion themselves as the bastions of a better world. The truth is closer to them being an unelected group of elites hell-bent on a new world order, which means misery for the likes of you and I.
On August 16, they posted an article on how “technology will become more intertwined with the body in the form of implants” [full link below].
The unelected WEF wants to place a microchip inside your body.
Remember when all these was met with derision by people who just love to trot out the words “conspiracy theory” as some sort of catch all dismissive reply to anything that counters the official narrative?
Well here is that so-called conspiracy theory in black and white. They are telling you this is what they want to do.
Insert microchips inside your body and inside the bodies of your children.
Why? Because according to them: “As scary as chip implants may sound, they form part of a natural evolution that wearables once underwent.”
The WEF later added a note at the top of this article, claiming it had been “intentionally misrepresented on sites that spread false information”.
Well, let me tell you – it wasn’t me...