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America's longest serving deep state mouthpiece calls for Biden (and Harris) to step down


David Ignatius doesn’t really work for The Washington Post. That’s just his cover gig.

He’s more so the longest serving media asset for the American security state, specifically Langley.

Ignatius has been on the receiving end of many spoon-fed “scoops” during his 50 year career. Most recently, he published a piece on Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn’s allegedly scandalous communications with the Russians (the story was nonsense and nothing more than a means to sabotage an enemy of the administrative state). Flynn did nothing out of the ordinary, but the Ignatius-launched campaign succeeded in removing the unconventional (by D.C. standards) leader from former President Donald Trump’s inner circle. Read this Politico piece on the many “scoops” he’s received from the national security state.

That’s why his column in The Washington Post today, titled, “President Biden should not run again in 2024,” is worthy of your time and attention.

While devoting the first several graphs to lavishing praise upon President Biden, Ignatius finished buttering him up and delivers what he meant to say.
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The Covid-19 "crisis" is back, until it rebrands into something else


Is Covid-19 back for real this time? Is the “Eris” variant the real deal. These kind of questions keep coming up again and again, and it’s all by design.

“The goal is an endless war, not a successful war” Wikileaks founder Julian Assange once said of the long Afghanistan war.

That comment perfectly captures the cycle of Covid hysteria, too.

In order to answer this question, it’s important to reach an understandable framework for how we define Covid and reach a premise to build upon.
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Fauci declares lockdowns were 'absolutely justified' and suggests they should be used again to force vaccinations


Recently retired government bureaucrat Anthony Fauci just appeared at a university virtual event titled, “Pandemic Lessons and Role of Faculty in Pandemic Preparedness with Dr. Anthony Fauci.” During the conversation, Fauci, who is now affiliated with Georgetown University, made it clear that he still supports locking down society in the name of a virus, adding that lockdowns are a great tool to forcibly “vaccinate” people.

I’ll save you 40 minutes of your life and quote some of the “highlights” from the interview, in which a Wayne State University professor asks Fauci about what he’s learned from his time overseeing a “pandemic response.”

Fauci falsely claimed that New York City was overrun and had “cooler trucks outside because they had no places to put the bodies.”

“You had to have something to immediately shut down the tsunami of infection,” he states, adding, “that lockdown was absolutely justified.”
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Fauci successor at NIAID peddled dangerous Remdesivir drug as 'silver bullet' against Covid-19


Dr. Jeanne Marrazzo, the newly minted successor to Dr Anthony Fauci at the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), was recently one of America’s chief hype women for an antiviral drug that is now unanimously considered an unsafe and catastrophically failed treatment for Covid-19.

Prior to moving to her Government Health post, Marrazzo was the longtime director of the Division of Infectious Diseases at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB). 

In partnership with Big Pharma drugmaker Gilead, UAB played a major role in the research and development of Remdesivir. The drug was developed over a decade ago with the hopes to treat Hepatitis C and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), but was suddenly repurposed to “treat” Covid-19 when coronavirus hysteria reached the United States.

Given the UAB-Gilead partnership, one would think that Dr. Marrazzo would refrain from commenting on issues through which she maintained a clear conflict of interest. Or at the very least, she had the duty to disclose her conflict of interest when speaking to the media about the UAB-developed “wonder drug.” She did no such thing.
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They got away with it. Now what?


The technocratic tyrants of the world still believe that there is only upside to any current and future attempts at sweeping power grabs.

And how can you blame them? After all, they got it away with it. All of it.

Anthony Fauci is a worldwide celebrity and has taken up a prestigious series of appointments at Georgetown University and elsewhere.

Bill Gates and the gang are jet setting around the world preaching the gospel of the Climate Hoax Church.

The C suite executives and boards of directors at Pfizer and Moderna remain unscathed.

Most of the appointees to the Trump and Biden coronavirus task forces have long since cashed out and laundered their credentials through the revolving door and into the BioTech/Big Pharma space.

And the list goes on.

So it shouldn't come as much as a surprise that they’re trying to restart the party to attempt another series of grand slams

The Pharma-sponsored corporate media is once more spreading the fear hype.
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The Incompetent Idiocracy Covid Origin Theory


Humanity was never exposed to any evidence of a “super virus” or anything resembling a unique human modified viral agent. Yet we still have plenty of glaring evidence of panicked government officials attempting to perform a widespread mop up and smear operation. How do we square that circle?
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It really was just the flu, bro


Occam's razor is not a one-size-fits-all problem-solving principle, but it’s often times the most helpful philosophical approach to tuning out the noise and focusing on the most important facts to reconstruct what actually happened. And if we engage the Occam’s razor principle, the truth about covid hysteria appears undeniable.
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Quid Pro Joe: the simplest explanation for the Biden Crime Family's bribery scandal


Red State has a new piece out that is making the rounds, advancing the idea that the man who bribed the Biden Crime Family is a “Russian asset” beholden to Putin and the like.

Burisma Holdings founder Mykola Zlochevsky, the man who is accused of bribing the Biden family to the tune of 5 to 10 million dollars, is “believed to be an asset of Russia’s Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) by the United States intelligence community, according to a national security source speaking to RedState on condition of anonymity,” Red State reported.

This piece is surely good fodder for the TV talking heads, who will now declare, “see, it is Biden who is the Russian asset, not Trump!”

Unfortunately, it just doesn’t make any sense.

We at The Dossier hate the use of anonymous sources, especially those who come from the “national security” blob. Red State’s reporting is geopolitically misguided and adds unnecessary confusion to a more straightforward explanation for the Biden family’s bribery scandal.
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Where did all the money go? Ukraine's organized military loses major stronghold city to Russian mercenaries


Five months ago to this day, Ukrainian President Volodomyr Zelensky delivered what has now become an infamous address to the US Congress. During his speech, Zelensky boldly declared the city of Bakhmut as his country’s “stronghold in the east,” adding, “the fight for Bakhmut will change the trajectory of our war for independence and for freedom.”
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