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I Am $cience

Let’s examine the career of Anthony Fauci, reported health czar but actually a two-bit thug and criminal. More from Jamie Dlux.

Some of us came out of the pandemic lockdowns hoping for a quick return to normal life. But we are seeing it is becoming nearly impossible for many of us to deal with the maskpilled covidschizoids. In some corner of their feeble minds, these Covidians must know they are being herded toward abject tyranny. So they lash out, striking at those who have not embraced the same fears as they have.

If you don’t wear a mask, you can become a target. If you don’t get a vaccine, you will be singled out and ridiculed. Yes, it is evidence of gross brainwashing, but it is a reality of modern life. More from Black Pigeon Speaks.

Now, The Film Is A Wrap

Movie producer Dillon Jordan faces charges of operating a nationwide prostitution ring and filtering the money through his film production company, Paperchase Films, as well as through an event planning company. The charges were announced by Audrey Strauss, U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York. Titles produced by Paperchase Films include The Kindergarten Teacher with Maggie Gyllenhaal and Skin with Jamie Bell, both released in 2018.  More from Jamie Dlux.

Assassi Haiti

Haiti was spared most of the ravages of the coronavirus pandemic. But it could not escape the associated Globalist violence as assassins murdered its President Jovenel Moïse. More from Jamie Dlux.

Grooming For Nicklelodeon

The children’s television network Nickelodeon has a long track record of hiring directors, stage managers and dialogue coaches who have been charged with pedophilia. Here, Jamie Dlux discusses the court cases and charges that have been filed against a few of these figures, ranging from Brian Peck and Dan Schneider to Marty Weiss and Jason Handy. We’re introduced to Amanda Bynes, who acts out her anger toward these pedos, including her father.

Psyence 101

Comedian Jim Breuer pays homage to Anthony Fauci and his call for everyone to heed “psyence.” Breuer served as a cast member on Saturday Night Live from 1995 until 1998. Here he is giving a show earlier this year in Austin, Texas.

More from Jamie Dlux, drawing a comparison to the shenanigans surrounding AIDs. Will Fauci eventually become known as this generation’s closest parallel to Bernie Madoff?

Not So Scary German Guy

Jamie Dlux examines the theories of Peter Duesberg, a molecular biologist at the University of California at Berkeley, who has questioned whether the HIV virus causes death. He holds that the virus might be a harmless carrier and that the associated deaths might actually result from long-term consumption of recreational drugs. Needless to say, his views have sparked considerable debate with some gay organizations labeling him “an AIDS denialist.”

Back In Black

Leon Black, the former chief of the Apollo Investment firm, has been embroiled in the life of sexual predator Jeffrey Epstein. And now, a Russian woman is suing Black on charges he subjected her to sexual torture and used extortion and violence to force her to remain silent about the misdeeds. More from Jamie Dlux.

The Birthing People

The Department of Health and Human Services has dropped the term “mothers” and now uses the phrase “birthing people” to describe what used to be known as mothers. Xavier Becerra is the head of this vast department. He is a former attorney general for the state of California. But henceforth, he should just be known by a more apt colloquialism: Rotten retard! More from Jamie Dlux.

Chelsea’s VIPs

How did Ghislaine Maxwell make the cut of 400 best friends who got invited to Chelsea Clinton’s 2010 wedding to Marc Mezvinsky at the Astor Courts Estate in Rhineback, N.Y.? Is she really that good of a friend to Chelsea, or something else? More from Jamie Dlux.

Not My New Normal

Are the globalists trying to sabotage our food supply? Do they want us to eat insects? We can always tell them: Go screw! More from Jamie Dlux.

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