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  1. Jan 2022
    1. As NewsPunch wrote just yesterday, “Democrats File New Bill Authorizing ‘Strike Force’ to Imprison Unjabbed Families: ‘Our Internment Camps Are Ready’”

      False authority, second-hand evidence: According to Wikipedia, "NewsPunch is a Los Angeles-based fake news website known for spreading conspiracy theories, political misinformation, and hoaxes,". NewsPunch is definitely not a reliable source to cite.

    2. I covered this in great detail in a Situation Update podcast entitled, “Situation Update, Sep 21, 2021 – Washington State hiring “strike teams” for COVID quarantine camps.” It is available here

      First-hand evidence, false authority: Mike Adams cites a podcast ...made by Mike Adams.

    3. Check the fictional novel series “299 Days” by Glen Tate for a very accurate depiction of how this is going to go down. (It’s also available on Audible.com as an audio book. I strongly recommend you give this a listen.)

      False authority: Citing a survival-fiction novel in an argument about the government and COVID-19.

    4. Here’s an image of the original job listing:

      False authority and anonymous authority: This image is extracted from Pinterest, a social media site typically used to find home decor and recipes, not to find reliable evidence. When I clicked on the image to see who posted it, there was a pop-up that stated "Sorry! We blocked this link because it may lead to inappropriate content,".

  2. Nov 2021