Alternate Headline: #FakeNews Commits Suicide, Trump Wins, AGAIN!
ABC News reports, correcting their earlier report, that Michael Flynn is prepared to testify that Donald Trump directed him to contact the Russians as president-elect, not as a candidate. Reaching out to foreign governments during transitions is standard procedure.
Full Story: ABC Makes “Epic Mistake”, Retracts Bombshell Flynn Story
Alex Jones. Uncut.
His divorce. His child custody victory.
As the mainstream news entertains us with stories about “Trump’s Missile Strike,” remember this . . .
The spaghetti tree hoax is a famous 3-minute hoax report broadcast on April Fools’ Day 1957 by the BBC current affairs programme Panorama. It told a tale of a family in southern Switzerland harvesting spaghetti from the fictitious spaghetti tree, broadcast at a time when this Italian dish was not widely eaten in the UK and some Britons were unaware that spaghetti is a pasta made from wheat flour and water. Hundreds of viewers phoned into the BBC, either to say the story was not true, or wondering about it, with some even asking how to grow their own spaghetti trees. Decades later CNN called this broadcast “the biggest hoax that any reputable news establishment ever pulled.”
If you’re still one of the few people still watching CBC, you might want to reconsider the character of the low-quality people working there, and WHY are taxpayers FORCE to pay for this?
Jon Rappoport drops a few more truth bombs, and expands on his commentary from last week about how university campuses have been turned into mental health facilities…