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Hillary And JFK Jr’s Reunion

Remember Sep. 11, 2016 when Hillary Clinton left a 9/11 memorial early, feeling ill? She stumbled as she was entering a van in New York City. Ostensibly, she had suffered from heat or fatigue and had to go recharge at her daughter Chelsea’s apartment.

But here, Miki Klann presents a different hypothesis. She believes Hillary stumbled because John F. Kennedy Jr. was inside the waiting van.

Hillary was in shock that JFK Jr. was still alive, as she had earlier attempted to orchestrate an assassination effort against him to keep him from running for the U.S. Senate seat in New York — the same seat that Hillary came to hold.

Klann is an avid researcher with interests in numerology and gematria, as well as astronomy and mythology. She helps operate the website Our Great Awakening at

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The Danger Of Doom Scrolling

A new but potentially harmful fad has emerged among Internet surfers called “doom scrolling,” which mental health officials describe as an addiction to the endless cycle of negative news on social media that makes you angry and sad. They add that doom scrolling can actually cause clinical anxiety, depression and fatigue.

The conundrum is that the Internet is the greatest miracle in terms of human knowledge, yet perhaps the most dangerous thing we’ve ever invented because of what it does to people emotionally and psychologically. Says Bill Whittle, “What you get down to is that adrenalin has a power draw, more on some people than others. And I would imagine that doom scrolling is almost a low-grade kind of adrenalin addiction. You feel adrenalized when you get angry and there are some people who get addicted to this.”

Whittle is joined by colleague Scott Ott to discuss techniques to dial back the cause of doom-scrolling symptoms on the Bill Whittle Channel.

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