(Ryan DeLarme) In recent days and weeks, there have been multiple surprising instances, cancellations, and reversal of policies that might insinuate the Establishment is losing its grip, despite having their puppet in the oval office.
by Ryan DeLarme, May 20th, 2021
A post was shared by an anonymous commentator in the Telegram Channel “We The Media“, the post outlined some big, unexpected changes/consequences that have occurred in recent days. Below is a screenshot of the said post:
Let’s start from the top.
Ellen DeGeneres has been ousted from her long-running daytime show amid serious sexual assault allegations and plummeting ratings. Many suspect Ellen to be pretty well connected within the cultlike, ego-driven world of Hollywood. Half the country sees Hollywood as little more than the “ministry of propaganda”, under the employ of China and the international financial elite who want to see China as the new model for the world government (Media industry analysts, and even General Flynn himself, have warned that Hollywood has become so awash with Chinese funding that China now essentially owns and controls most of the Hollywood entertainment industry).
A talking head that checks the LGBTQ box has its uses to be sure when the name of the game is pumping propaganda into every conceivable sub-group. The fact that she was even able to be ousted denotes that perhaps the embedded talking heads arent as protected as they once thought… and Ellen is just the beginning.
Bill Maher wasn’t canceled, but Friday’s taping of the HBO talk show “Real Time with Bill Maher” was canceled after the vaccinated host’s PCR weekly test came back with positive results. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says Maher’s vaccine breakthrough is to be expected in some vaccinated individuals. Other high-profile vaccinated individuals have also recently tested positive including eight New York Yankees baseball team members who were fully vaccinated.
Don Lemon recently confused his audience by announcing that it was “The end of an era…” leading many to speculate that he could possibly be leaving CNN. The 55-year-old host announced that Friday’s episode of the show would be his last, after teasing it earlier in the day, but that does not mean he is leaving CNN.
He then added to the confusion at the end of his Friday night show, announcing that it was the last episode of the CNN stalwart.
“It’s been really really great. This is the last night that will be ‘CNN Tonight With Don Lemon,’” he said. “So, I appreciate all the years of ‘CNN Tonight With Don Lemon,’ but changes are coming, and I will fill you in.”
His announcement left many of his viewers believing that he was leaving the network altogether. But he took to Twitter later in the evening to explain that he would still be with CNN.
The Chrissy Teagan saga has taken an ugly turn as Target and Macy’s have both moved to drop her cookware line after Candace Owens called her out for repeatedly telling women (and one minor) to kill themselves.
It doesn’t look good for ol Chrissy.
As far as Chelsea Handler and Eric Clapton, I have been unable to find any evidence of Handler’s “warning” about vaccines, but Clapton certainly doesn’t seem to be singing Big Pharma’s praises.
The rock legend has claimed a “disastrous” reaction to the jab left him afraid he “would never play again” — a circumstance he blamed on “propaganda [that] said the vaccine was safe for everyone.”
The 76-year-old British singer-guitarist dropped the bombshell in a letter to architect and anti-lockdown activist Robin Monotti Graziadei after receiving his AstraZeneca shot in February, Rolling Stone reported. The correspondence was shared by Graziadei with Clapton’s permission.
“I took the first jab of AZ and straight away had severe reactions which lasted ten days. I recovered eventually and was told it would be twelve weeks before the second one ….,”
Regarding the CDC,
Several state governors this week scrambled to drop the mask mandates they had unilaterally imposed last year following reissued CDC guidance stating that vaccinated individuals largely do not have to wear them.
- Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam on Friday announced the rollback of his mask mandate, stating that current case numbers compelled him to “move up the timeline for lifting mitigation measures in Virginia.”
- Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Friday also announced the impending removal of his own mask mandate.
- North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper also declared on Friday he would remove his mask mandate “for most settings” in the state.
The Elite Cesspool known as the World Economic Forum (essentially an annual reunion of the people who broke the world) has been canceled, this is allegedly due to a COVID scare in Singapore where it was set to be held this year. This is the same group pushing the “Great reset” agenda, or “event 201”.
To get a badge for entry requires a membership to the World Economic Forum, which costs somewhere between $60,000 and $600,000, plus an additional fee of more than $27,000 per person to get into the conference itself. The forum is a convention for corporate criminals around the world. The fact that it has been canceled is a bigger deal than most people probably realize.
The New York Times (NYT) was a major promoter of the now-debunked Trump-Russia election conspiracy narrative, which featured the infamous “Steele dossier” of outlandish and salacious claims about former President Trump.
According to the details, evidence was turned up by the Republican investigators that the document compiled by former British spy Christopher Steele was an opposition-research project funded by Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the Democratic National Committee (DNC).
However, the NYT has now published a feature by former Times investigative reporter Barry Meier acknowledging many of the claims in the dossier “have never materialized or have been proved false.”
Better late than never I suppose? Is this because enough time has gone by and the damage is already done or is this another sign that the corporatocracy is losing its edge?
Read what The New York Times had to say:
Some journalists are happy to knock on the doors of strangers. I was never one of them, but Christopher Steele, the ex-British spy behind the infamous Trump dossier, left me no choice.
During the 2016 presidential campaign, Mr. Steele had been hired by an investigative firm called Fusion GPS to gather dirt about Donald J. Trump and Russia. The firm’s founders, two former Wall Street Journal reporters, made it clear they would not talk to me for a book I was writing about the business of private intelligence. So on an early summer morning in 2019, I arrived at Mr. Steele’s home in Farnham, a picturesque English village.
In photographs, the retired MI6 agent was always dressed impeccably in business suits, his graying hair freshly coifed. When he opened his door, he was wearing plaid boxer shorts and a blue T-shirt and had a serious case of bed head. “I can’t talk today,” he said. “It’s my birthday.”
At the time, those involved with the dossier were intent on controlling its narrative and eager to capitalize on their fame. Glenn Simpson and Peter Fritsch, the founders of Fusion GPS, wrote a book about the dossier that became a best seller. Mr. Steele sold his life rights to a Hollywood studio owned by George Clooney. When a guest at a private dinner party hosted by Vanity Fair asked him for his business card, he thought it was a fan who wanted his autograph, so he picked up his place card and signed it.
Now the glow has faded — from both the dossier and its promoters. Russia, as Mr. Steele asserted, did try to influence the 2016 election. But many of the dossier’s most explosive claims — like a salacious “pee” tape featuring Mr. Trump or a supposed meeting in Prague between Michael Cohen, Mr. Trump’s former attorney, and Russian operatives — have never materialized or have been proved false. The founders of Alfa Bank, a major Russian financial institution, are suing Fusion GPS, claiming the firm libeled them. (Fusion has denied the claims.) Plans for a film based on Mr. Steele’s adventures appear dead.
Beneath the dossier’s journey from media obsession to slush pile lies a broader and more troubling story. Today, private spying has boomed into a renegade, billion-dollar industry, one that is increasingly invading our privacy, profiting from deception, and manipulating the news.
In a March 2017 interview with the FBI, Danchenko said his sub-sources information was not worth “a grain of salt.” The FBI, nevertheless, continued to use the dossier to advance its Trump-Russia probe.
It would seem that myriad troubles are staring down Anthony Fauci. Last Tuesday the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee held a hearing on the efforts to combat COVID-19, where Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) ripped into Dr. Fauci about funding the Wuhan laboratory in Wuhan, China.
It is clear that they successfully isolated the coronavirus in the lab and were actively experimenting with the species-to-species transmission.
Rand Paul confronted Fauci on Tuesday: “Dr. Fauci, do you still support funding of the NIH funding of the lab in Wuhan?”
Fauci shot back at the Kentucky lawmaker: “Senator Paul, with all due respect, you are entirely and completely incorrect that the NIH has not ever and does not now fund gain of function research in the Wuhan institute.”
The video via Gateway Pundit is here.
The Wuhan Institute of Virology was even caught after they scrubbed the U.S. National Institutes of Health as one of its research partners from its website in early 2021. The revelation comes despite Dr. Anthony Fauci insisting no relationship existed between the institutions.
Archived versions of the Wuhan lab’s site also reveal a research update – “Will SARS Come Back?” – appearing to describe gain-of-function research being conducted at the institute by entities funded by Dr. Anthony Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID).
On March 21st, 2021, the lab’s website listed six U.S.-based research partners: the University of Alabama, University of North Texas, EcoHealth Alliance, Harvard University, The National Institutes of Health (NIH), the United States, and the National Wildlife Federation.
Remember, it’s the cover-up that gets you in the end.
And finally, we come to the Georgia and Wisconsin audits.
Georgia State Rep. Vernon Jones (R) vowed that he would call for an audit should he win the governor’s mansion next year in a statement first reported by CNN.
“Georgians still have questions about irregularities found in the 2020 election and they deserve answers,” he said, according to the network. “We must get to the bottom of all of this and other irregularities to restore trust in our election process. If Mr. Kemp refuses to demand an audit, then I will when I am elected to replace him.”
This doesn’t mean the audit will happen, unfortunately. It is being used as a platform for Jones to run on and though it sounds hopeful, acting as if it is already a done deal is not helpful. What IS helpful is Jones’s willingness to go there, to talk about it, and make it a part of his campaign. Though he has not yet been endorsed by Trump, it is certainly worth watching to see where this goes.
Wisconsin, on the other hand, is now officially auditing the results of the 2020 Election, with the announcement according to Newsmax reporter Emerald Robinson over the weekend. Robinson announced on Twitter, “The state of Wisconsin authorized an audit of the 2020 election!”
More on that story here.
The anonymous poster seems to be lumping all of these isolated incidents together as if they were connected somehow and had to do with the “Deep-State vs Patriots” information war, and while it is uncertain and unlikely that these events have all occurred within close proximity of one another by design, it IS indicative that things don’t seem to be going as smoothly as they would be if the corrupt establishment were back in complete control.
It shows that there is still opposition in the form of we the people, and the opposition is successfully fighting back.