DFW food reviewist and high-risk COVID patient Bud Kennedy is ramping up for election season. Much like myself, he looks at what people are saying on Facebook for stories to write about. I typically look at elected officials, he looks at what are ostensibly regular people (definitely not bots.)
The people who own the Star Telegram seem to believe it’s a viable business strategy to have a dual purpose professional over-eater/political philosopher and that this is somehow deeply enlightening. He’s recently been giving his readers health advice relating to the coronavirus, which Is the most important thing that’s ever happened in world history. It’s a virus that kills people over 70 with comorbidities, and now our entire lives revolve around this virus.
One has to wonder how such a person gets away with telling people how to stay healthy. If he were just playing pretend health coach, that would be one thing. But it’s much more perverse. He also has a platform for commentary on core political issues, the things that shape society in the most critical ways. If you were a newspaper trying to inform the people, why would you think it was a good idea to have a reporter oscillating between compulsive over eating and standard leftist corporate media takes?
Anyways, he’s now taken on the bold agenda of covering up for the child porn industry.
The next 11 weeks will be very messy.
A presidential campaign season stranger than any online video drama begins this week, fittingly with a livestreamed Democratic National Convention.
Out on the fringe of a fringy campaign, a little-known online conspiracy fantasy about President Donald Trump overthrowing a satanic global ring of celebrity child molesters is now showing up here politically at weekly “#SaveOurChildren” anti-trafficking rallies.
The rallies promote the pro-Trump QAnon alternate-reality fairytale, “Q.”
I’ll just give it to you straight. Q is a controlled opposition psyop that is likely guided by the CIA and/or Mossad. What they’ve done is create a pitcher plant to trap well meaning, inquisitive American patriots.
The formula of the operation such: information that is shocking and/or concerning is compiled and tied together using a combination of 66% things that are verifiably true, 19% of things that are likely close to the truth but the public is unable to verify, and 15% things that are totally random speculation. At the same time, the Q people selectively omit key components of the larger global conspiracy to bring about a world government system. This leads people down rabbit holes that go nowhere and waste everybody’s time. We won’t go into the larger conspiracy behind the ostensible Q conspiracy here, but it’s about 6 million times larger than what Q promotes.
Most of what Q focuses on is a purported child trafficking scene in the background of the global elite, along with fanatical and unquestioning support for President Trump. In the article, a source is quoted as saying Q people believe it is a Democratic Party conspiracy. I’m not sure if they actually believe that as I haven’t looked at anything from them in a couple of years. I suspect this is a straw man, but I don’t know for sure.
Bud Kennedy says “pizzagate,” which is a term used to describe a series of events surrounding a Wikileaks email dump from people close to Hillary Clinton, is a “conspiracy fantasy.”
I find it shocking Bud “fantasizes” about the elite being involved in abducting, raping, and killing children. But hey, whatever floats your boat.
But was Pizzagate really “debunked?” Recently, singer Robbie Williams accurately said that Pizzagate was never debunked. What actually happened was people like Bud Kennedy in the corporate media just started claiming it was debunked without addressing any of the primary claims. The main claim is that there is clearly coded language used in the John Podesta’s and other’s emails.
Are we to take this at face value, Bud? Are these people actually playing dominos on pasta?
Do you often bus children in for entertainment, Bud?
There were countless emails with coded language, some of which have long had entries online as being code for abusing children. Then there was the whole thing with the Pizza place in DC where we get the “pizza” in “Pizzagate.” Owned by James Alefantis, the former boyfriend of Clinton staffer David Brock, who is openly gay and openly obsessed with children, posting gay pornography and satanic imagery next to pictures of children on Instagram.
Will Bud explain this to us? I doubt it.