Sunday, April 26, 2020

Trump Shows "Study" in His Hand Writing on Disinfectant Injection

President Trump in an Oval Office Press Conference

President Trump has attracted controversy with his comments regarding injecting disinfectant as a solution to curing coronavirus. At first he walked back the comments claiming he was being sarcastic. White House advisers were also saying he misspoke. Now he is doubling down showing a "study" written with sharpie in his hand writing as vindication for his comments.

Monday, February 17, 2020

Police Shootings and Worst Case Scenario Mongering

Distrust of the government is not only common with just the CIA, FBI, and Defense Department. It goes all the way down to your local police department.

Monday, January 6, 2020

NateTalksToYou Talks Conspiracy Theories

I had the pleasure of interviewing YouTuber NateTalksToYou on It's All A Conspiracy to discuss his experience with conspiracy theories. We discuss 9/11, Mark Dice, Alex Jones, Jeffery Epstein, the state of conspiracy theories today, and more.

Watch the Interview below or on YouTube

Monday, August 19, 2019

Trump Wanted to Sell Puerto Rico to Russia

President Donald Trump has been urging his aids to look into selling the US territory of Puerto Rico to Russia according to White House sources familiar with the discussion.

Saturday, July 6, 2019

Alex Jones’ Downfall Was Completely Avoidable

Alex Jones has been in the fight of his life both from his defamation lawsuits and his constant de-platforming by social media companies. This is all rooted in one thing: attacking victims of violent crime. More specifically, the Sandy Hook massacre victims’ families.

Friday, June 14, 2019

How Kurt Kaskell the Underwear Bomber Truther Declined My Interview

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I recently requested an interview with Kurt Haskell the lawyer who was a passenger on the airliner the 2009 Underwear Bomber failed to bring down. This was for my YouTube channel and show It's All a Conspiracy. I wanted to do something different and have someone on who believes in a conspiracy theory and say what they believe if they agree to the questions I give them ahead of time. In Haskell's case, he's someone who says the underwear bombing was an inside job and false flag. Why? Because he claims to have seen it first hand. At first he was willing to come on then declined when he saw what my Facebook page was about. I'm showing you my entire email exchange with him.