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Lara Logan Did Nothing Wrong

Hiding under the "conspiracy theory" label are three dozen actual scandals that Democrats want you to forget

The legendary journalist Lara Logan appeared on TV this week — and caused quite a stir by saying a number of obvious things.

God believes in sovereignty, and national identity, and the sanctity of family, and all the things that we’ve lived with from the beginning of time. And he knows that the open border is Satan’s way of taking control of the world through all of these people who are his stooges and his servants.

And they may think that they’re going to become gods. That’s what they tell us. You all know [WEF stooge Yuval Noah] Harari and all the rest of them at the World Economic Forum. You know, the ones who want us eating insects, cockroaches, and that while they dine on the blood of children? Those are the people, right? They’re not gonna win. They’re not going to win.

Needless to say, “the stooges and the servants” began screaming at all the corrupt corporate media outlets that Lara Logan had gone too far.

She was now a crazy conspiracy theorist.

Here’s a clip from her guest appearance.

Lara Logan was also accused of spouting something called “QAnon conspiracy theories” by Democrat-aligned media outlets.

For the last several years, Democrats have insisted that “QAnon” is an absurd conspiracy theory that “a group of Satan-worshiping elites who run a child sex ring are trying to control our politics and media,” according to the New York Times.

Now let me admit from the start: I don’t really understand “QAnon.” I can’t make any sense from the Internet posts that supposedly come from “Q” either.

So, rather than focus on QAnon, let’s focus on facts — because the facts of the matter can speak for themselves.

In other words, it’s much easier to say what the QAnon conspiracy theory is not.

The Q-Anon conspiracy theory is not that Joe Biden hired a gay Satanist last month as his official White House “monkeypox coordinator” because that really happened.

The Q-Anon conspiracy theory is not that an ABC News anchor was caught on video explaining how ABC News had stopped her from reporting on pedophile sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein — because you can watch that video for yourself.

The Q-Anon conspiracy theory is not that President Bill Clinton took twenty six plane flights with pedophile sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein between 2001 and 2003 just after he left office — because that actually happened too.

The Q-Anon conspiracy theory is not that that infamous pedophile sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein videotaped and blackmailed the global elites for three decades — because that actually happened too.

The Q-Anon conspiracy theory is not that infamous pedophile sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein built a weird temple on his private island (with underground tunnels) where the global elites gathered to be videotaped and blackmailed — because that happens to be true as well.

The Q-Anon conspiracy theory is not that Microsoft founder and vaccine villain Bill Gates was the best friend of infamous pedophile sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein and was funneling money to elite American colleges like MIT through Jeffrey Epstein — because that’s also true.

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