Five Very Quick #tikigate thoughts Under the Fedora

Posted: October 30, 2021 by datechguy in Uncategorized

Have to run and catch a bus to Medford for the final days events of Fr. Leonard Mary’s visit to Massachusetts so only a moment to talk about #tikigate:

Did you notice how fast all the organs of the left were to jump on this story when it took place? How coordinated all the responses were and how perfect the angles of the various shots used were for the purpose of disinformation? Yup this had nothing to do with the McAuliffe campaign at all.

Did you also notice that Twitter who is so quick to go after tweets that they consider misleading has not bothered to label any of the various tweets from the left that first pushed this false flag operation as “false” or “misleading” or any other type of thing? Any person who considers a warning from twitter as a valid reason to dismiss someone’s thought simply hasn’t been paying attention.

That this was exposed at the speed that it was is function of the modern world. It’s shades of the old Doctor Who episode “The Bells of St. John’s” where Clara finds where the bad guys are based on the online profiles of the people who work at their location which all have their workplace listed. You can bet that the next time the left does something like this they will cover this and lock down those accounts before the operation begins.

Speaking of quotes from TV shows the most relevant one comes from the “Yes Prime Minister” episode A Victory for Democracy where Jim Hacker tells his press secretary concerning a story he’s putting out to cover efforts to stop a Marxist takeover of an Island: “Nobody knows it’s not true. Press statements aren’t given under oath.” This should apply both to the statements of denials from the McAuliffe campaign, DNC et/al and the claims of responsibility from the Lincoln Project. The Lincoln project is a team of paid liars and anyone who buys what they’re selling are fools.

Finally and most importantly consider this: How many times has the left done something like this with coordinated help from the MSM & Tech companies in the days before and after the rise of citizen journalism without getting caught? I suspect the number is quite high. Dishonorable people tend to act dishonorable until caught.

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