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America is led by a bunch of incompetent, immoral nincompoops, and we all know it. Pick the field: government, law, religion, journalism, medicine or education. It’s all the same. At the top, they are scum. Cream is not the only thing that rises to the top.
I was again reminded of this fact when I read a blog piece by Jon Rappoport. In his blog, he identified several of these nincompoops as “mental midgets.” I couldn’t agree with him more.
My dad used to put it this way: “Some men are educated beyond their intelligence.” Hear! Hear!
[Joe] Biden has been wrapped up and sold for some time. He’s captive. He’s a mouthpiece for Build Back Worse, economic destruction, censorship, COVID dictatorship, the dissolution of separate nations, and Cultural “Justice” (which means everybody loses in the end).
The cherry on the cake is, he can’t find his way from the shower to his bedroom in the White House residence. He’s demented. He suffered a very serious brain aneurysm in 1988, and hasn’t been the same since.
Before ’88, he was a snappy fast-talking senator who specialized in foreign policy. He was a guy everybody in government listened to, but studiously ignored. Now he’s in and out of several different worlds, none of them of his own choosing.
[Anthony] Fauci has a trick which appears to make him look smart. He can select (or invent) inaccurate and ambiguous findings from medical studies and issue them as slam-dunk sound bites.
Fauci plays a scientist on television.
This is not hard to do. Any slightly above-average news anchor could fill his shoes. All he’d need is an overriding theme to guide him. “At any given moment, fabricate and announce the worst possible pandemic update.”
Fauci is a useful front man for Pharma, Bill Gates, the World Economic Forum, and the coagulated lung-obstructing mass of Rockefeller Globalists.
Donald Trump, in 2020, turned over the Presidency of the United States to Anthony Fauci. That’s all you really need to know about Trump.
Thereafter, by proxy, he presided over the saturation bombing of the American economy—the economy he’d pledged to rescue and make great again.
He promoted the manifestly insane Warp Speed Plan to develop (the disastrously destructive) COVID vaccines. He knows nothing about vaccines, science, COVID, or any other related subject.
His view is: If a big corporation can make something and sell it in quantity, the product is great, the people who made it are great, and it’s great that they’re great.
He’s still out there on the campaign trail promoting the vaccine. He knows, by the booing from his followers, that many of them hate the vaccine, but this never prompts him to look below the surface and find out why.
He doesn’t look below the surface because he doesn’t want to, and he can’t. He doesn’t have the necessary attention span. He’s unable to coordinate information on his own. He relies on others to talk to him and tell him what’s what. These others tell him the vaccine is effective.
In the late winter of 2020, Fauci and Deborah Birx approached Trump with a computer projection from one of the biggest failures in his field, Neil Ferguson.
Ferguson had his own department at the Imperial College of London. The department was funded by Bill Gates. Ferguson predicted 2 million COVID deaths in the US by the summer of 2020.
Trump never questioned this projection. He never called a serious meeting of economic advisors to flesh out the long-term effects of lockdowns.
He quickly supported a national State of Emergency, signaling that the US was ready to shut down its economic engine and huddle in fear.
Obviously, many others belong on this list. For example, Justin Trudeau, who is presently living in a velvet bunker to avoid the onslaught of the Canadian trucker convoy. If he’d been born into a different family, Justin would be lucky to be pumping gas at a lonely station in the Northern wilderness. His only recognizable talent is as a salesman—but in his case, he sells his country at the drop of a hat.
The basic takeaway here is, we are the Gullivers surrounded by the Lilliputians.
Treat them like the little scuzzballs they are.
And that concludes today’s episode of When Incompetent and/or Hostile Morons Rule Society.
But the really sobering question is, what does that say about We the People who put these morons in positions of power and who complacently submit to their evil assaults against our lives and liberties?
Someone said, “We have the government we deserve.” Someone else said, “We have the government we want.” But I think the better way to say it is, “We have the government we tolerate.”
Most politicians are slick salesmen and sleight-of-hand magicians all-in-one. To one degree or another, the vast majority of them are conmen. But who among us has not been sold something we really didn’t want or need, and who among us has not been enamored with a magician’s ability to trick us?
It’s one thing to fall for the salesman’s phony line; it’s another thing altogether to sit back and do nothing—or to even come to the shyster’s defense—when he uses his trickery to plunder our liberties and endanger the lives of our families.
This is where the role of the pastor is so critically important. His role is to use his position and influence to counterbalance falsehood and powerlust with truth and holy conviction. By definition, a Christian is a non-conformist. Under divine inspiration, the Apostle Paul commanded: “Be not conformed to this world.” (Romans 12:2)
Today, however, America’s Christians are among the most conformed people on the planet. Their entire existence reeks with conformity to Satan’s world. And the reason is due to the fact that their pastors no longer preach Christian non-conformity. They preach compliance and subservience—even to the point of serfdom.
© Chuck Baldwin
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