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The world has become so polarized, that everyday common sense has gone completely out the window. Context is not able to be understood and that becomes beneficial to those who wish to push their own agenda.  

 

Case in point...

 

Kyle Becker Tweeted the following:

 

https://twitter.com/kylenabecker/status/1448026074336595973

 

 

While the headline, “We are Not Going to Fire Any Employees Over This” was indeed what was said on the video except, in context. It is not entirely clear that he was speaking to the vaccine mandate and whether or not they were going to be firing anyone because of non-compliance. More so, in the greater context, he was speaking to the fact that their company would not be firing anyone for the staged sick-out. In fact, when Stephanopoulos suggests that the flight disruptions were due to resistance to the vaccine mandates, Gerry Kelly stated that there is no evidence of that. Which further underlines the fact that he was not speaking directly to a staged vaccine resistance and the implied headline.

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It is not limited to, normies (oh how I detest the schoolyard playground bullying rhetoric that term implies). It has to be the strange energies from space that is causing people from all walks (even those supposedly enlightened) to not being able to entertain perspectives that dissent from what their cognitive biases trap them into. It is prevalent everywhere.

 

https://mobile.twitter.com/ggreenwald/status/1452294223676465159

 

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Minor point of order.

 

https://twitter.com/clif_high/status/1455235027147493379

 

 

Here is the a Tweet from that author explaining why he deleted it. Again, it is a minor point of order but just the same, it is a point of order. Context and complete truth is important in these days. Without it, one *might be accused of pushing an agenda.

https://twitter.com/Dierenbach/status/1437898158521061383

 

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Clif retweeted an article by Kyle Becker.

 

The problem with the article, is that it entire argument is destroyed by one sentence in the paper, that it relies on for the, entire article. That being, "Study limitations include lack of direct neutralization assays, the fact that antibody levels alone do not directly equate to immunity,4,6 the cross-sectional study design, a convenience sample with an unknown degree of selection bias due to public recruitment, self-reported COVID-19 test results, the study population being largely White and healthy, and lack of information on breakthrough infections."

Emphasis mine.

 

If you are going to base an entire article on what is contained within a medical paper, and maybe it's just me, but I think one would be wise to heed what the entire paper says. And not cherry pick portions of it because it fits a narrative one desires.

 

For those who rue against the covid narrative as being false information, to do essentially the same thing is not helping one person. If you want to help, anyone, build your foundation upon rock-solid information and conclusions of said information. Otherwise you are just doing what you accuse them of doing, and that my friend, makes you one in the same.

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4 hours ago, anon coward said:

it that wall real - or photoshopped?

It is more than likely the result of a bad job of 'stitching' images together. If you read through the comments to that Tweet, another points out that that same wall is shown as running through Siberia, yet no one has seen it there.

 

One would think Cilf is smarter than this, but he does seem to be easily duped in some regards.

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