Neocon Russia-Haters' Fancy Morgan Freeman Video is Blowing up in Their Face

Wed, Sep 20, 2017
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This priceless video is just proof positive that these people are like the dinosaurs - too stupid to realize that their environment has changed and that they are headed for extinction.

To the priestly cast of neocon 2nd-raters like Frum and Boot who have ruled the roost in Washington for the last 30 years, putting out a video like this might have seemed like a good idea - hey, it worked in the past ... think Iraq war, Libya, Yugoslavia ...

Watson's obliteration of this moronic video is dead-on. They were asking for it.


Except they forgot about the existence of the alternative media!

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So along comes Paul Joseph Watson, with his 1 MILLION! Youtube subscribers, his platform on the enormous Infowars reaching in the 10s of MILLIONS per month, his 700K! Twitter followers, - and he pounces on this pathetic, ridiculous pack of lies, and devours it with loud smacking sounds.

The neocon's expensive, carefully scripted little video turns into a devastating indictment of the whole Russia lie, - blowing up in their face.

Watson's brutal and violent crushing of the video already has 150,000 views in 8 hours, with 16K upvotes, and, um, 355 downvotes, and that is if you even trust Youtube, which there is no reason to.

By the end of the day it will have 3 times more, and by the end of the week - well, another massive face-plant for the dopey globalists.

Here is the original video, in all it's lavishly funded by brain-cell deprived glory


And this has been the story of the neocons and their lying over the past few years - ever since the alt-media came into its own - it is being exposed by us, and being destroyed.

They still don't get it, and they will keep on lying their way into extinction.

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