Once anti-trust noise starts, it is almost impossible to stop. Last week black activist Candace Owens launched a suit against Facebook for de-platforming her, and this week Lin Wood, the lawyer for Nicholas Sandman who walked away from the fight with CNN and the Washington Post with probable eight-figure settlements launched another suit on behalf of Kyle Rittenhouse. The Wall Street Journal reports:
By taking down links to pay Mr. Rittenhouse’s legal fees, the company is interfering with his ability to raise money for his defense in a way other criminal defendants might. The fact that the platform may only be used to declare Mr. Rittenhouse’s guilt, but not his innocence—though lawyers say the self-defense argument is plausible—could prejudice a jury pool in the high-profile case. One of America’s most powerful companies is effectively giving its official imprimatur to Wisconsin prosecutors’ case against a specific defendant.
The weird little alien kid who created Facebook is going to watch his empire start crumbling in the next four years. Winning Trumpsters will be merciless. He can then follow Bill Gates’ example and become a world-scale psychopath creating vaccines to draw down the population. I’m thinking AI implants.
The Frontier Centre for Public Policy analyses the Gates domination of world health and especially vaccines, here. HCG, the pregnancy hormone (which acts as a sterility drug) has been found in vaccines in Kenya, and the outcry from Africans regarding drug testing on unsuspecting women has been so loud that an almost certainly Gates-funded take-down was published in an attempt to whitewash his activities, linked here. The usual Right-Wing Fear Flag is flapped vigorously. Gates has given more than $250 million to media companies, including BBC, NBC, Al Jazeera, ProPublica, National Journal, The Guardian, Univision, Medium, the Financial Times, The Atlantic, the Texas Tribune, Gannett, Washington Monthly, Le Monde, PBS NewsHour and the Center for Investigative Reporting. Which means now, the most important player in world health has muzzled a substantial percentage of mainstream media.
NPR, who rakes in millions from Gates “investigated” his reach:
In August 2019, it reported how Harvard University’s Opportunity Insights program had successfully helped low-income families obtain housing in wealthier “high-opportunity” areas identified by economist Raj Chetty, who heads the program, thereby allowing the children an opportunity to achieve greater success in life. Dr. Joseph Mercola, who has been substantially deplatformed for his contrarian views on health, reports:
If you squint as you read the story, you’ll notice that every quoted expert is connected to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, which helps fund the project. And if you’re really paying attention, you’ll also see the editor’s note at the end of the story, which reveals that NPR itself receives funding from Gates.
NPR denies that funding had anything to do with its decision to write the story, or its slant. Of course they do. However, given the usual slavering coverage, NPR is so far up Gate’s scrawny behind they might as well be called his puppet.
Mistrust everything. Everything.