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The Truth Is Way Out There


Exhibit One: Vast Scientific Conspiracies

It has come to the Museum’s attention that there is a strange concurrence between some predictions in the “scientific community” and reality. For decades scientists have been predicting water shortages in the West, and now before our very eyes this is happening. This ties in with the “climate change” announcements of the past 30 or so years. Warming temperatures causing changes in well established climate patterns such as harsher and more frequent draughts in some area and more precipitation, summer or winter, in others. We’ve all heard it, more frequent and damaging extreme weather events, changes in sea levels etc., all contributing to the realignment of established habitats. And now Covid where predicted spikes seem to follow closely with these “scientific pronouncements.”

Coincidence or causation?

Because of the long-term nature of these things, from months to decades, how can we be sure the scientific-industrial elites are not causing these things to happen to further their own ends of world domination?

It gives pause for thought as you travel through the Museum today.

Exhibit Two: More misinformation from the CDC

98.9% of 107,000+ COVID-related hospitalizations in May were among the unvaccinated.

99.2% of 18,000+ COVID-related deaths in May were among the unvaccinated.

And this by Ray Sanchez at CNN:

Vermont was the first state to partially vaccinate at least 80 percent of residents 12 or older. The current rate of more than 83% compares with the nation’s 66.6% one-dose rate — according to the CDC — for the same age group. More than 67% of the state’s roughly 624,000 residents have been fully vaccinated, compared with about 49% for the US overall. The state has maintained one of the country’s lowest infection rates — currently at 1.6% for a seven-day average, according to the health department’s Covid-19 dashboard. Vermont has had 259 Covid-19 deaths.

“It’s the lowest number of deaths on the continental US,” said Levine, sitting in front of a bobblehead of Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

Exhibit Three: Conspiracy Unmasked

Quoting from Ben Collins Co-creator of Dogecoin.

I am often asked if I will “return to cryptocurrency” or begin regularly sharing my thoughts on the topic again. My answer is a wholehearted “no”, but to avoid repeating myself I figure it might be worthwhile briefly explaining why here…

After years of studying it, I believe that cryptocurrency is an inherently right-wing, hyper-capitalistic technology built primarily to amplify the wealth of its proponents through a combination of tax avoidance, diminished regulatory oversight and artificially enforced scarcity.

Despite claims of “decentralization”, the cryptocurrency industry is controlled by a powerful cartel of wealthy figures who, with time, have evolved to incorporate many of the same institutions tied to the existing centralized financial system they supposedly set out to replace.

The cryptocurrency industry leverages a network of shady business connections, bought influencers and pay-for-play media outlets to perpetuate a cult-like “get rich quick” funnel designed to extract new money from the financially desperate and naive.

Financial exploitation undoubtedly existed before cryptocurrency, but cryptocurrency is almost purpose built to make the funnel of profiteering more efficient for those at the top and less safeguarded for the vulnerable.

Exhibit Four: Yada, Yada

From the AP:

After looking through more than three million ballots from the 2020 election, Arizona County election officials found 182 cases that were confusing enough that they were referred for further review. Four of these cases have led to actual charges of voter fraud. None of them involve someone voting more than once—though several of the cases involve people who tried to vote more than once and were stopped. These numbers are exactly in line with would be expected in any election and show absolutely nothing special about what happened in Arizona, no matter what the county.

If all 182 cases involved an incidence in which a Trump vote was switched to Biden—and there’s no evidence that’s the result of any of these cases—Joe Biden would still have won the state by 10,218 votes. Of the four cases charged, two involved Democrats and two involved Republicans. 

As for Maricopa County, the actual election supervisors identified one case of potential voter fraud. That case involves a voter who might have also been registered to vote in another state, The case has been sent to the attorney general for investigation.

And from Clara Hendrickson at The Detroit Free Press

An Antrim County judge dismissed an election fraud lawsuit Tuesday that has served as a vehicle to advance the unfounded conspiracy theory that tabulators manufactured by Dominion Voting Systems switched votes last fall from Donald Trump to Joe Biden.

More than six months after the election, the lawsuit sought an audit of Michigan’s election results. Michigan election officials already undertook a statewide audit of the presidential election starting in January in which more than 18,000 randomly selected ballots from more than 1,300 jurisdictions were reviewed by clerks.

The Bureau of Elections found that the tabulators counted ballots properly and uncovered no evidence of widespread issues with the machines.

Exhibit Four: The Show Trials Have Commenced

Michael Tarm at the AP:

A Florida man who breached the U.S. Senate chamber carrying a Trump campaign flag was sentenced Monday to eight months behind bars, the first resolution for a felony case in the Capitol insurrection. Paul Allard Hodgkins apologized and said he was ashamed of his actions on Jan 6. Speaking calmly from a prepared text, he described being caught up in the euphoria as he walked down Washington's most famous avenue, then followed a crowd of hundreds into the Capitol.

“If I had any idea that the protest ... would escalate (the way) it did ... I would never have ventured farther than the sidewalk of Pennsylvania Avenue,” Hodgkins told the judge. He added: “This was a foolish decision on my part.”

Prosecutors had asked for Hodgkins to serve 18 months behind bars, saying in a recent filing that he, “like each rioter, contributed to the collective threat to democracy” by forcing lawmakers to temporarily abandon their certification of Joe Biden’s 2020 election victory over President Donald Trump and to scramble for shelter from incoming mobs. In pronouncing the sentence, Judge Randolph Moss said that Hodgkins had played a role, if not as significant as others, in one of the worst episodes in American history. Still, he chose to give Hodgkins a year less in prison. 

“That was not, by any stretch of the imagination, a protest,” Moss said. “It was … an assault on democracy.” He added: “It left a stain that will remain on us … on the country for years to come.”

Museum Note: This is just the start of these trials of the Antifa and BLM crisis actors during a normal tourist visit to the Capital on January 6th. 

At the Exit: Where Are Your Manners?

Tweet from Josh Jordan @NumbersMuncher; July 15th

Just once I'd like to hear the anti-vax people thank those of us who got the vaccine for driving down COVID enough to where we are pretty much back to normal today. They're not just living in an alternate reality, but they're incredibly ungrateful as well. 


Uncle Willie loves to have feedback from both readers who appreciate his point of view as well as from misguided souls who disagree.