An Industry of Lies

People Think This War Can Be Avoided. I Got News For You, It Has Already Begun.

Normalcy bias: a cognitive bias which leads people to disbelieve or minimize threat warnings. Consequently, individuals underestimate the likelihood of a disaster, when it might affect them, and its potential adverse effects.

I find it amazing how many people are still asleep at the wheel. The whole world has been forever changed and most people don’t even realize it. They think they are going to go to the polls in November and vote in Trump and all will be right with the world. Voting is useless. Half of this country is openly at war. Obviously there is no Rule of Law. The other half is still talking about voting. For some reason those on our side seem to think that we can vote and this talk of a coming civil war can be avoided. I got news for you, it has already begun.


VDH – An Industry of Lies is Working to Guarantee an Appointed Presidency in 2020 and Beyond

The current revolution is based on a series of lies, misrepresentations, and distortions, whose weight will soon sink it.

Viral confusion

Unfortunately few in authority have been more wrong, and yet more self-righteously wrong, than the esteemed Dr. Anthony Fauci. Given his long service as the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and his stature during the AIDS crisis, he has rightly been held up by the media as the gold standard of coronavirus information. The media has constructed Fauci as a constant corrective of Trump’s supposed “lies” about the utility of travel bans, analogies with a bad flu year, and logical endorsement of hydroxychloroquine as a “what do you have to lose” possible therapy.

But the omnipresent Fauci himself unfortunately has now lost credibility. The reason is that he has offered authoritative advice about facts, which either were not known or could not have been known at the time of his declarations.


SEARCY, Ark. – A six-year-old is being called a hero after a side-by-side accident in a rural part of Searcy over the holiday weekend.

Her family tells us despite being injured herself, she ran and didn’t stop until she found someone to help her family.

“Everyone was screaming and crying, except me because I didn’t want to make anything worse,” said Demi Shields.


PEAVINE, Okla. (KFOR) — Her backyard is a convalescent home this summer.
Genia Kay Meyer brings a bottle every morning for her one patient, a downed calf named Cupcake.
“She was my cousin’s,” Meyer says. “They had worked with her. We got her at five-weeks-old.”
“She was born with her front legs [crooked] like that. Her back legs were crooked too but they straightened up,” she added.
Genia’s husband, Tim, helps out too.
But the nurse spending the most time with Cupcake, virtually every minute, is Bo, a puppy not even a year old himself, but a true friend in the making.
“The very first day we took her home and started her on the bottle, he just took up with her and started licking up all the milk off her face, and wouldn’t leave her,” Meyer said.