Joe Biden Says Most Blacks Think Alike

Joe Biden spoke with black and Hispanic reporters via teleconference this week, responding to one reporter asking about Cuba, “What you all know but most people don’t know, unlike the African-American community, with notable exceptions, the Latino community is an incredibly diverse community with incredibly different attitudes about different things.”

It happens at the 32 minute mark below:

During the same interview Biden pushed back when a black reporter asked if he would be willing to take a cognitive test. “C’mon man. That’s like saying, you — before you got on this program you took a test where you’re taking cocaine or not, what do you think? Huh? Are you a junkie?”

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Stefan Molyneux’s No. 1 Philosophy Show Banned From YouTube

With over 300 million views on YouTube, the channel run by philosopher Stefan Molyneux was shut down on Monday, one among many in an ongoing pre-election purge.

The mob-inspired media have labeled Molyneux a white supremacist, which anyone who has listened to his videos or podcasts knows is false. Julie Alexander (The Verge), Matt Perez (Forbes), Matthew Rozsa (Salon) and Ebony Bowden (NY Post) are among the many who have slandered Molyneux.

Molyneux’s site is still up at Free Domain and his his videos are on Bitchute.

Over 4,000 podcasts on multitudes of topics are well worth your time.

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Data Manipulated by Washington Post of Unarmed Blacks Shot by Police

The lawyer for George Floyd’s family labeled what is happening to blacks by police in America as “genocide.” Tucker Carlson of Fox News used data from the Washington Post to go through each of ten cases where individuals were fatally shot by police in 2019. (Youtube)

After Carlson’s report the newspaper went in and added to the “unarmed” data, even using the case of De’Von Bailey who was reaching for his gun (Warning: Graphic video.)

Why the Washington Post would alter their own data is up to you to decide.

MORE 2019 DATA FROM THE WASHINGTON POST

  • 1004 people were fatally shot by police. (802 identified by race)
  • 371 were white.
  • 236 were black of which 10 were unarmed.
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Media Consumption During Operation Lockstep

The talented artists at Visual Capitalists break down how different generations have been consuming media during the Plandemic lockdowns.

They found shows about pandemics increased in popularity.

Rockefeller Foundation’s Future Think

Scenarios for how technology might evolve in 10-15 years was compiled in 2010 by the Rockefeller Foundation. One future depicts an influenza pandemic that looks oddly familiar called Lockstep…

A world of tighter top-down government control and more authoritarian leadership, with limited innovation and growing citizen pushback… international mobility of both people and goods screeched to a halt.

Rockefeller Foundation

Read the whole report at archive.org

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TDS Goes Off the Charts

Trump Derangement Syndrome went into overdrive when the President suggested scientists look into an internal disinfectant after a scientific report showed SARS-CoV-2 does not survive long when exposed to solar light, warmer weather and disinfectants.

Turns out scientists have been studying what Trump suggested: “Ultraviolet Radiation in Wound Care: Sterilization and Stimulation” (ncbi.nlm.nih.gov)

“UVB has been directly applied to wounded tissue to stimulate wound healing, and irradiation of blood to stimulate the immune system.”

2013 Study

Social Media Cracks Down

Twitter suspends account of Biotech Company testing UV light to treat coronavirus. (Zerohedge.com)

See more from the talented A.F. Branco at Comically Incorrect.

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Branco toon: Media Mourns

MSNBC’s Chris Matthews equates funeral of terrorist Solemani to deaths of Princess Diana and Elvis (BizPac Review)

New York Times calls Iraqi terrorists who attacked US Embassy (backed by Iran) ‘mourners’ (Pacific Pundit)

OCT., 2019 FLASHBACK: Washington Post changes al-Baghdadi obit headline after calling ISIS leader ‘austere religious scholar’ (The Hill)

See more from the talented A.F. Branco at Comically Incorrect.

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The Quickening: Our Fast Paced Attention Spans

A great chart created by Danielle Alberti at Axios looks at Google search trends from 2019. It is amazing how quickly our interests rise and fall and how quickly the media abandons a story.

The topic of Israel seems to maintain interest, with Netanyahu pledging to annex the Jordan Valley if he wins election and the ever present rumblings of a third Temple.

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