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Absurd Truth: Swifty Psyop??

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January 31, 2024 3:11 pm

Absurd Truth: Swifty Psyop??

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January 31, 2024 3:11 pm

Dana gives her two cents on the Taylor Swift-Pentagon psyop conspiracy theory and asks why the Right is promoting this. Meanwhile, a Montana family who lost custody of their 14-year-old daughter after refusing to let her transition to a boy reveals their torment.

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Anytime they hear it, you know, obviously they all get on Facebook and they all talk about it. But they said that they're trying to figure out what it's a strange sonic disturbance. And they were working with a guy at the fisheries habitat of ecology and acoustics and all this stuff. And they said that they were they're trying to figure out what they think it could be now this is crazy. I can't say this, the Latin name, Pogonias chromis, the black drum, a fish, a species that they think might be associated with it.

Because it's a drumfish mating noise. That's what that's what they're initially thinking right now. That's, I've never heard anything like this at all. They said it's like, similar to like, kind of like the song of cicadas, etc.

But they've done a lot of research into it. I have never heard of anything like that ever. Florida, you weird, man. You weird.

You got like noisy fish. That's weird. I've never heard anything like that before. Never.

That's wild. All right. Um, we have a Villages story.

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I'm not well enough to do this story. He was asking, he repeatedly asked passerby to... Um, passerbys? Passersby? Passerby? Just passerbys he's asking.

To, to check his, um, things. And I can't, I guys really, he was asking opinions as to whether or not they were swollen. I'm not making this. Is there reverse HIPAA violations? Is there such a thing? Well, I think that when you're out there publicly. I'm just saying reverse HIPAA. Like, no, I don't want to know about your medical condition.

I don't want to know you're forcing this on me. Is there like a legal protection? So he was arrested on a charge of indecent exposure. He was booked at Sumner County detention.

Bond was set at 1000. They don't say whether or not he bonded out or anything, but that's super gross. Let's see a Florida man chucked a chocolate egg at a Circle K employee before hopping over the counter to attack him. Now, I know that there's like more to this story. But what kind of chocolate egg? What are we talking about?

I mean, if it was, was it like, you know, yeah, yeah, yeah, like, like a British one, like where they use the good chocolate. I don't know. John May has 27 was arrested and charged with battery. He was at Tarpon Springs. The police responded. The clerk said that the guy was in line. He was about to call him up to check out. He refused to allow the clerk to check him out. He walked over to a different employee through a chocolate egg at the original store clerk. And then there's some pushing and punching. The guy was taken into custody. He posted $1,000 bond.

Like why can't just check out and leave like what the what does it matter with you? This woman a Florida woman tried to kill a guy over a postcard that he got six decades ago, because she got jealous. I'm gonna save this one for tomorrow because if you've ever if your wife has ever had a dream in which you wrong her, and then she wakes up and is mad at you. Okay, this is this is gonna go right into that toolbox. Keltech if you haven't checked out the sub 2k you definitely should. And this is innovation. The one of the newest things that that got Keltech has introduced.

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Why? Okay, NFL has the highest ratings right now. Were people real mad about the knee stuff? When is it okay not to not to like watch?

I'm just curious. Like I thought everybody was like not watching football and everybody's watching football again. I guess people stop taking the knee during the national anthem. I don't know. I mean, if I had to pick between burning down and like black communities, or, you know, taking a knee and peaceful protest, I think I'd, you know, choose the peaceful protest to have less of a problem with. Yeah. I don't mind peaceful protest.

I just think there's a better time to do it. My whole issue with just to recap real quickly, because we're going to talk about this, my whole issue with the way it was done was I took issue with the claim that the basis of their protest, because you had Colin Kaepernick, who was protesting as a way to get more attention to himself, because he sucks out loud. He plays like sucking is his job. What is your job? You're in the NFL? Yes, I suck. That's my job. It's my my whole position. That's why. Yeah, he's horrible.

But you know, that's, he's he decided to get more attention for himself by doing the political thing. But his claim his claim was that, oh, it's cops are out there killing black Americans. I disputed the claim.

I don't care if people have, you know, peacefully protest. I thought it was ridiculous that he was protesting over an absolutely easily proven lie. Easily proven lie.

Or disproven, I should say. So that was my whole thing. But anyway, everyone was like, Oh, we're not going to watch NFL. Well, now they have like, what their highest ratings ever. And now there's this thing I saw at the Guardian, and I've been seeing people talk about this online. They're like, Oh, my gosh, there's a conspiracy theory. Taylor Swift is a Pentagon asset. I think maybe our time has come.

You know, the second fall of Rome. Maybe maybe our bills come do. But I've seen our people on the right seriously promoting this. Are they joking about it?

Because if they're seriously promoting this, they are the stupidest people on God's green earth. I don't care who it is. I'm sure I know some of them. I don't care.

I'm on steroids. I'm sick. I hate everything. I don't care.

This is so dumb. I don't like Taylor Swift. I could not tell you her albums.

If our life and the life the survival of Earth depended on me naming a single song that she sings. I really don't think I could do it. I really don't think I could do it. We'd all die.

We would all be dead right now. I can't tell you anything about it. I don't know anything about football.

I'm not even going to pretend for clicks like I do. I know nothing about it. I know that there are way too many positions. And some of the names seem very suspiciously made up for whatever advantage on a particular day, whatever. My husband has tried explaining this to me until he's just his eyes glass over and he can't handle it anymore. I just don't get it. And that's okay. Everybody's got different differences of opinions and likes.

That's what makes this country great. But whether or not she's a Pentagon asset, I don't understand why. So they're trying to say that what she's she's that they're using Taylor Swift to get people to vote for Biden. 2020 she made cookies that said Biden Harris 2020 and posted it on social media. Is that do these people that are pushing the Taylor Swift side up?

Are they unaware of this? I mean, she's a lefty. She campaigned against Marsha Blackburn in Tennessee. Do people forget that? Like she literally made did she make a video against Marsha Blackburn?

I mean, Blackburn one. I mean, it didn't do anything, but she's like well known to be on the left. So I mean, are you surprised that she is? I mean, she's 33.

Look, people say that I've got friends who are conservatives and they take their kids to go see Taylor Swift. Oh my gosh, I don't care. I don't care.

There's so many other things to bitch and moan about. I do not care. Who cares if she's going to vote for Joe? I don't care who Taylor Swift votes for. Taylor Swift than they are actual policy.

We deserve to go down in a ball flames. Honestly, I just I'm at the point where I'm very Dari about this. But this whole idea that she's a psyop is this. It's dumb. This is so dumb.

Where did this come from? She publicly endorsed the guy in 2020. She campaigned against Marsha Blackburn.

She's pushed Democrats ever since she decided that she could be political without any kind of consequence. I don't think she's obnoxious about it. I just think she's wrong and dumb. But she's not obnoxious. Now, she's, she's not I don't think she's crass and I don't think she's vulgar. I'm not going to sit here and excoriate someone just because they differ from me on up on a political instance, even though I totally don't listen to music.

It's not my jam. I'm not going to sit here excoriate someone just because they they might vote horribly wrong and they're dumb about math. I'm not going to excoriate them for being dumb about math and not knowing anything about domestic policy. Okay, not at all. You know, I was just saying, but you made a good point on break because you were saying that it's, she just has a history of picking bad dudes. She does. She's, but she's made a career on it.

So good for her. But she clearly chooses wrong men for her. And so her endorsing Biden makes sense to me. Yeah, I mean, that, that totally makes sense. I get that.

I mean, that's, you know, that's par for the course. But I don't think she's a psyop. And I think that talking, like acting like she is just gives that more momentum. Sometimes I think people on the right and the left say crazy things because they feel like that helps them break through the oversaturation of hot takes. Because if there's one thing that we have too much in this country of it's hot takes. Everybody's got a hot take. Do you exist if you have not given a hot take on an issue?

I mean, your existence in the influential sphere is determined by whether or not you have a hot take. You know, this is right. Here's the it's true.

Here's the other thing with this. The left has always used celebrities and bread and circuses to get out the vote. This is not new to anybody who's ever followed politics. There are apparently some people on the right who think that politics began just the day that they got involved in it. The question is, why doesn't the RNC do this stuff? The right cave to temptation from the left a long time ago, the left was always about let's make this entertainment and the right decided to go along with it. They made politics a new form of entertainment each eons ago, because they suck at selling liberty. They have the product, but they're just they never got great at selling enough for the lack of trying. Oh, and you can sit here and say that there are some famous people on the right.

Yeah, there are. You have people like Jon Voight, who has too much talent and too much of a record. He has blank U talent, right? He's got a blank U body of work. He can do whatever. Nick Searcy, he's got blank U talent. He's got a blank U body of work.

He doesn't care. He can do whatever he wants because he's Nick Searcy. But there are some people that I see out there that I think their star has expired. And they peaked already.

And they hit the ceiling of their talent level. And I think that as a way to excuse that or try to claw back some more influence or notoriety, they make the claim that they were they were blacklisted because they're on the right, when it's just no, you peaked. That's that's what it is. It's you're not you're blacklisted, because you're on the right.

You just peaked, dude. That's all it is. I'm not going to like be ignorant.

But you know what I mean? I mean, there is some of that. I can't stand that when I see it.

I cannot stand it. It's like, no, I mean, there are some people who were legitimately blacklisted. And there are some people who are too big to be blacklisted. And there are some people who peaked, and they already hit the ceiling of their talent and potential. And they didn't get taken out by politics. They just got taken out by time and timing.

That's it. But this is always the left has always done this kind of stuff. This isn't a psyop. I mean, there's there's none of this. They've always done this.

And I'm not complaining about it. I mean, I don't know what is the RNC? What is the right do to I'll tell you what the right doesn't do. The right makes horrible Christian movies. They make horrible art in an adjacent economy.

And they put the least effort into God Rock, which is supposed to be a form of worship and ministry that they spend the least amount of money on. How about that? Oh, these are all uncomfortable things to say. I'll tell you because I'm on steroids because I'm sick and I don't care. You know, it's true. This is all these are all true things. Be good.

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Wow. So like you get into a wreck. You actually have shrapnel flying out at you.

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I don't understand what's the point. They said that syphilis cases are reaching record numbers. The CDC says the federal government is not throwing enough money at it because if you throw enough money at us at syphilis, the syphilis goes away. Do you know that?

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So do us all a favor and keep the gene pool clean of your ignorance. Let's see, what else do we have? Oh, deep fake bill is going to open the door for victims to sue creators.

This is really weird ground. There's the diss. It's called the disrupt explicit forced images and non consensual edits act. It was introduced yesterday by Josh Hawley, Lindsey Graham and Dick Durbin. They said that it's it's going after the deep fake content so that if people are using someone's likeness to create nasty stuff that they are saying that the victim, the person who's likeness was used could then sue for damages.

I mean, I think you would be able to prove damages in some of those cases, it seems like. Speaking of government and families, did you guys hear the story about what happened in Montana? This is wild. Check this out. So this was in Montana, Montana. Two parents, mom and dad lost custody of their daughter, the Kohlstad family. They got a call that their 14 year old daughter told friends at school that she wanted to kill herself back in August of last year. Later that same evening, they had CPS, they went to the family home. So look at the house, interview the daughter, they determined that she needed to transition to get better. So she has a body dysmorphia issue.

The CPS's response, their response, it's like, you know, if they go and they see someone who's anorexic, and they intervene, and then they encourage them to not eat more. Right? That's the same thing.

Same energy. The parents, the stepmother and the biological dad, the Kohlstad's, said that the daughter had a tough upbringing. She had some undiagnosed mental health concerns. She had attention seeking behavior.

And she had a difficulty in being truthful. And they think that that caused this urge to transition and it was overlooked by social services. So they were not going to allow her to transition.

They said no. So CPS literally took custody of her. They removed this 14 year old from this home as a result of this.

This is wild. The family they were talking to Daily Mail, they said that this has been heartbreaking. There's a family in Indiana that asked the Supreme Court to review their custody case, something similar. So the Kohlstad family, they said that they've, they were trying to help their daughter, they moved to a different school district, she was bullied at the old one. But CPS Child and Family Services, they said that, you know, they warned the caseworker that the daughter had a history of making up some stories, you know, she did, you know, she is a 10, you know, a haven't forbid, you know, teenage girl be attention seeking.

Yes, it's common people, it's common. And they said that she, the parents were not going to allow her to transition. So they felt that it was better to remove her literally from her family home.

That's crazy. And so they were assigned a public defender, they said play nice, go along with CPS's recommendations. They took the daughter, took her to Wyoming, and this is CPS, they took her to some one of these facilities for transitioning in Wyoming, that allows minors to have quote unquote gender affirming care, like hormone blockers and surgical procedures. They gave her men's hygiene products, all this stuff, and they moved her to a youth dynamics group home in Montana.

They allow her to wear a chest binder, wear men's clothes, attend only boys activities and boys groups. And the parents are told that they're essentially at the mercy of the state. They're at the mercy of CPS.

They were given custody of this teenager for six months, then they were going to try to place her in the care of her birth mother, who lives in Canada, who's never been a part of her life, but apparently affirms CPS's transition position more than her father and stepmother who've raised her her whole life. This is what government is. This is absolutely insane. Now what gets me, let me pull this up. Because you got, who is it? Greg G. and Forte, who's the governor there. And I was reading this because he was saying, well, look, this was the law of the state. You know, he's basically saying that his, he defended the state's decision to move this 14 year old. And he said that, you know, this is the, you know, apparently, this is, you know, it's the law of the land. And, you know, that's, you know, he said that he asked the Lieutenant Governor Kristin Juras to review the case. So it's like he almost kind of like, slid it on over to the Lieutenant Governor, and kind of hung it on her.

It's a little weird. But he's like, well, this is the, you know, this is the way that the case went. This is the law.

They followed state policy. It's a tragic case. That sounds kind of like an excuse, right? Doesn't that sound like an excuse? Because that's what it sounds like to me. So they had the LG look at it.

And that's, he was on Twitter saying that he said that, unfortunately, our society, you know, finds it should only be as a last resort, etc, etc. He said he asked the Lieutenant Governor to review it and consult with CPS, etc. Monitor the case. Okay, you're monitoring the case. Whoopity doo da. In the meantime, this family lost a 14 year old girl who has attention seeking behavior traits is not exactly truthful all the time, has probably been the case. Some mental health issues, and you are indulging her dangerous to herself body dysmorphia issue. And you are also disrupting the family unit. And how is any kind of elected Republican going along with us?
Whisper: medium.en / 2024-02-10 19:59:53 / 2024-02-10 20:09:08 / 9

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