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Existential matters and historical perspective: a conversation with Dr. Garcia on his podcast
Plus, Missouri v. Biden
I am working on a story that is bigger than life. I think I accidentally figured out an important detail of Big Pharma’s dark secret, hidden in plain sight. If my theory is correct (I believe it is), and people learn about it, mainstream-minded folks will join the dissidents in a massive cry, from here to the sky, about what has been done to us.
We’ll see what happens. In the meanwhile, I had a very interesting philosophical conversation with Dr. Emanuel Garcia on his podcast. Dr. Garcia is a lovely, brave human being who has my greatest admiration. Over the years, I’ve interviewed him twice (here and here).
And just because I am excited about this bit of good news from July 4, here are two accounts of Missouri v. Biden. Time will tell if this sticks but so far, so good.
Dr. Aaron Kheriaty:
Judge Terry Doughty released on Independence Day his 155-page ruling on our request for a preliminary injunction against the government’s censorship regime.
The entire document is worth reading for those who want to dig into the details, but in short, he granted nearly all the provisions in our request, placing strict limits around any communication between government officials and social media companies. If such communications continue, they will be subject to subpoena in our case and could implicate the actors in criminal liabilities for violating the injunction.
And here’s from Dr. Meryl Nass:
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