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Is Joe Biden A Robot?

Joe Biden is a robot! How do we know? Listen as Los Angeles attorney Dilara Esengil chats with McAllister TV.

Esengil and McAllister TV host Linda Paris will soon begin a new monthly series called The Truth Squad. Here, they begin to give us a taste of what’s to come by discussing the mechanical Biden as well as the Black Knight Satellite.

Also covered: Ideological subversion! Cleansing friendships! Herding humanity! Psychological warfare! Agenda 21! Slave DNA!

So grab a chair and listen up! Trolls and retard libs can go get lost! We’ve had enough of you idiot scumsuckers anyway!




Power Moves Coming

United Nations compounds are being set up across the United States. Are we going to see another lockdown this winter?

President Joe Biden is making massive power moves. The Satanists, it seems, are moving toward a harvest.

Fortunately, the White Hats are following suit. And news is piling up to expose the Deep State. People now are watching Britney Spears, as well as Kaya Jones from the Pussycat Dolls as they expose the seamy underside of Hollywood. More from David Nino Rodriguez.




True leaders expose Fraudci’s lies to the world. These people are sick. Pray! More from And We Know.




Dan Kurtz from DK Analytics joins the SGTReport to discuss the madness of a lost society.




 

JFK And X-Protect UFO Files

Here’s a fascinating excerpt from the Dark Journalist’s new documentary X-Protect on the NASA-Nazi Advanced Tech UFO connection to the JFK assassination and CIA psychological warfare secrets. Topics covered include: CIA psychological warfare expert George Joannides, Admiral Bobby Inman, Wernher Von Braun, District Attorney Jim Garrison, Watergate lawyer Douglas Caddy and X-Protect Aerospace assassins.




Here is the 1959 episode of The Twilight Zone mentioned by the Dark Journalist for its veiled references to the X-Project. The episode is called “And When The Sky Was Opened,” and introduces us to three astronauts (played by Rod Taylor, Jim Hutton and Charles Aidman) who return from a mission in a new, supersonic space craft. After they land in the Mojave Desert, their lives strangely begin to change. Soon, they will face erasure from all existence.

The episode was directed by Douglas Heyes and written by Rod Serling, based on a short story by Richard Matheson. Matheson himself would become a prolific contributor to The Twilight Zone. His sci-fi and fantasy stories have inspired many films, including The Incredible Shrinking Man, Omega Man, I Am Legend and Somewhere In Time.




 

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