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How mind control and implanted tech can tie a valid concept to a person so obviously incompetent that the idea, coming from them, becomes a thing to reject (www.foxnews.com)

“Pennsylvania Sen. John Fetterman, a Democrat, raised eyebrows with his choppy Senate Banking Committee hearing questioning on Tuesday.”

If you listen to the video (which is difficult) you will realize that he is the last questioner pursuing a very valid line of inquiry most of us should be concerned about (and many are) but his implants and other mind control tells are tripping him up in a way that not only makes him appear ludicrous, but that feeling then becomes associated with this particular topic. The men responding don’t feel the need to even elaborate, at one point, the response is simply, “Senator, I don’t believe that’s the case” and there is nothing more forthcoming.  

Edit: (Breakdown for any unfamiliar):

This senator (who has been known for the giant, odd-shaped lump protruding from the back of his neck and his semicoherency) is the last questioner in a recent hearing about bailing out failed banks.

He has not long since been in for hospitalized treatment for ‘clinical depression’ and ‘lightheadeness’ and has only recently returned to the senate job he was not capable of doing, yet “his office was maintaining” while he was incapacitated (to include voting in his stead.) He was ill enough for extended hospitalization, but not so ill that he purportedly wasn’t voting and continuing on, as per business and we must all pretend this is legitimate.

His questions on this banking bailout are valid and necessary, but having him – the last questioner, as well as a garbling, slurring and trailing off into nonsensical gibberish on a national stage –  makes a mockery of the people’s need to ask and right to know. It makes him, the only one asking these things, look like the Frankenstein monster. It makes the questions seem ridiculous by comparison and association to the inanity of how he is struggling to ask. 

What do you think?

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john
john
9 months ago

The sentence has to be rephrased so the idea can be conveyed more clearly.

recap
recap
9 months ago
Reply to  john

exactly, if you meant the Headline.

WowjustWow
WowjustWow
9 months ago
Reply to  john

Made me wonder if I was chipped trying to read that!

checkers
checkers
9 months ago

so how is his office allowed to vote in his stead? unelected aides are voting on legislation?