Let's talk about our favorite propagandist Tim Pool.
He's actually worse than the people he claims to oppose.
First of all, he and he guest don't know if the UNITED STATES Capitol Police are a federal law-enforcement agency.
The "United States" in their name should tip them off, but it doesn't.
Like all law enforcement, the USCP has an intelligence-gathering mission.
This is the scary, scary article they're talking about.
The Senate found that the USCP failed in its mission.
Therefore the USCP is addressing those failures.
We all know that the foreign-trained and advised Antifa was involved in the breaching of the Capitol Building.
This was done in order to blame Trump.
Do we want that to happen again, or do we want it to be prevented?
The choice is binary.
The USCP is comprised of a whopping 2300 officers and civilian employees.
If they're the new secret police, they have their job cut out for them.
Of course Tim & Co. use a variation of the fallacious debating technique of Argumentum ad Hitlerum:
The USCP is the new Stasi, the East German secret police.
The Stasi had 90,000 agents and 170,000 informants, or 2 percent of the total population of East Germany.
Tim Pool is an enemy of the people.
I have no doubt that his desire to rile up nutjobs is both deliberate AND based on total ignorance of any fact-based history.
He chooses to be a surface skater so that he can be a propagandist.
There's absolutely no way that he knows anything about the Stasi other than the name.
The reason he avoids facts is to give himself a rationale for being a propagandist.
I spent all of yesterday watching trailers for new movies.
Every single one is crap.
Nobody can write screenplays, and nobody can act.
Due to my research, I've had to find out the truth of Dog Green, the beach sector represented in the opening of Saving Private Ryan.
Spielberg's version of events is a whitewash. The reality was 100 times worse.
Why didn't he show this, if his goal was to depict what the men went through?
Saving Private Ryan is a surface-skating movie.
Now, there are ways of showing things that don't involve blood and guts.
Every modern director stole from the Russian movie Come and See (1985).
It's on YouTube.
As brutal as it is, there's almost no blood and guts. The horror is concealed. You have to use your imagination.
We're in a really weird era: All of our public communication is politicized, propagandized, superficial, in-your-face, and based on emotion.
Speech codes are the order of the day. Anything that can't be slotted into a niche of the giant Duh Hutch is VERBOTEN!
I saw this today:
"Savage asked Trump to talk about the possibility of a run for president in 2024, prompting Trump to criticize campaign finance laws.
“'I can’t really because of campaign finance rules, regulations, very complicated, very stiff, and frankly very antiquated if you want to know the truth. It’s ridiculous,' he said.
"But Trump did concede he looked forward to talking about his political plans in the future.
“'I will be talking about it and I think that people will be very happy,' he predicted."
Trump has broken every single rule of politics AND WON, but for some reason it's a mortal sin to speculate that he might just have something unheard of up his sleeve.
Well, this is why I'm having to work like a stevedore and continue my research right now.
Almost nobody out there impresses me.
I'll take some pictures of the current dumpster before I replace it with another 40-yarder.
Filling dumpsters with trash is more rewarding than listening to today's political analyses or watching trailers for new movies.
How much would I have to pay you to watch THIS movie?
Oh man, this movie looks AWFUL. I couldn't even get through half the trailer.
@Give_Me_Liberty I LOVED that movie. I've seen it multiple times. Don't know if it was "a good" movie or not, although it did get the Academy Award for best picture that year. It probably got it b/c 'social justice' but I loved the story, the acting was great, there was humor and pathos and a happy ending. That's all I need. @redwhitebluedude @Lisa22 @ThomasWic
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