My Existential Struggle

What a whirlwind of a weekend for me. Starting Friday I began rethinking my entire philosophy on life as I have been consumed with Twitter. Overall, I spend way too much time on that platform transcribing a narrative that is positive for Trump and his never ending quest to drain the swamp. It was only […]

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The Byrning Man

When I first started digging into Spygate over a year ago, my main goal was to try to get to the bottom of the scandal and be the one to uncover the truth. My main focus was Donald Trump’s foreign policy team and the events surrounding Carter Page and George Papadopoulos. As Papadopoulos failed to […]

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The Renteria Memo

One of the hardest aspects of trying to analyze the events surrounding 2015-2017 in regards to Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump is the amount of disinformation and opinions out there. In the end, most of this comes down to agendas and political bias taints the recollection of certain events. Over the course of my blog, […]

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MemoGate

Yesterday, Michael Horowitz, the Inspector General released his report on James Comey and his leaks of his memos. I actually broke my 20 page reading rule and read the entire report because Comey is such a controversial figure. There are theories that he is bad or good, but few have admitted how complicated of a […]

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Why Is Transparency Important?

In my quest to become as unbiased as possible, I have really been seeing things differently after lifting the bias that the government is constantly out to get us from my reasoning. With this new worldview, I have been looking at conspiracy theories more critically and really not liking what I am seeing. For example, […]

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Taking a Step Back

One of the biggest problems I am currently seeing from social media is the radicalization from fake news. If you have read some of my first posts on here, although strange, they dealt with confirmation bias as a whole. With the rise of the internet, it is tough to not get sucked into some form […]

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How Did Epstein Make His Money?

One of the bigger questions that has been popping up recently is how Jeffrey Epstein made his money. Last night I was digging to try to figure out an Enty Blind and came across something interesting that has just started to be picked up by the media. The story revolves around convicted financial fraudster Steven […]

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Trying to Unravel the Kian Knot.

If anyone has been following the General Flynn and Bijan Kian cases, chances are you are probably confused. Don’t worry, because I am confused as well. After General Flynn fired his old counsel of Covington and Burling and hired Sidney Powell, it seems that whatever we knew was going to happen, was thrown right out […]

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Some Fringe Connections

So I have some interesting tidbits of information, but there really isn’t anywhere that I am going with them. Usually when this happens, I am in a bind because I feel as if there might be more or it is just me wanting there to be more. This is when I leave the power to […]

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The Deep Fake

The lull in the news cycle came to a screeching halt last weekend when The Daily Beast broke the story that “Billionaire” Jeffrey Epstein was detained flying in from Paris. Indictments were unsealed by the SDNY on July 8, 2019. This is a major arrest and the SDNY has hinted that this is only the […]

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