Rodney Howard-Browne says that if anyone doesn’t believe his conspiracy theory that there is a globalist plot to “control the planet through the private central banks,” they have to prove him wrong: “You can’t, because it’s all factual.”
Jerry Falwell Jr. rails against the media because “our Christian university has long been a subject of partisan attacks from the mainstream news media.”
No, Rafael Cruz, John Milton did not write in “Paradise Lost” that “men live lives of quiet desperation.” It was Henry David Thoreau who wrote that nearly two centuries later.
Mike Spaulding warns that “the enemies of America such as the Obamas, Bidens, Pelosi, Schumer, numerous Hollywood stars, the CIA controlled media … want to wrest control of the government from the hands of sane people who still believe ‘we the people’ can govern ourselves, and deliver it to a cadre of technocrats that will tell us what is best.”
Finally, Republican congressional hopeful Kat Cammack tells Ann Vandersteel that she is not familiar with QAnon, but she is willing to check it out.