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  • I suppose Fox News are in on the liberal conspiracy too?

    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/supreme-court-rules-to-curb-powers-of-states-to-impose-heavy-fines-and-seize-property
    Let me put it this way: 
    The following analogy is NOT correct:
    CNN is to leftist
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    Fox News is to conservative
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  • A reply to post #55, and certainly not made in a spirit of being argumentative … though when two Irishmen “tangle” … J

    I have known people who work “in the media” (mostly print, I am old after all, but many of the dynamics are probable the same in the digital age).  When a “breaking story” needs to be pushed out in a hurry the text is contemporary but if a “graphic” was needed they would grab whatever image was readily available to meet their deadline.  That image could be “ancient”, but whatever was immediately available to meet the deadline got put in.  I can visualize innumerable examples of news stories I’ve seen in print or “on line” with pictures / videos that I know predate the story … it’s just how that works and the “older image” doesn’t negate the veracity of the contemporary news story … it’s just how that works.  Then again, I currently live on a farm in rural eastern WA with supposed “high speed” DSL phone line internet, which is very reminiscent to me of the old “dial up” days.  I rarely watch any posted videos (text material is always preferred) and if I try to watch a video it is usually a fail, I would need to capture the url and watch it when I visit my public library with a legitimate “high speed” internet connection.  Just my way of saying that just as the cliché “The proof is in the pudding”, with the Scientific Method the proof is usually in the verifiable text data, it is just too easy for someone to “pull up OLD pics/videos”, those can rarely be relied upon for the facts.

    Working with cows since a child, professionally for over 40 years, and also currently working for a funeral home, I know all about deceased mammals, been working them for a lifetime.  When a mammal dies some things need to happen rather quickly (refrigeration, freezing, embalming, burial, composting, cremation ... I could offer some other options but I’ll not be too technical) or the deceased becomes malodorous and unpleasant rather quickly.  This phenome is actually mentioned in scripture, St. John 11:39 for one example.  These efforts almost always involve some team work.  Based on my personal experience in “death care” for cows and humans I find it difficult to believe that RGB could actually die without multiple people being somehow involved / present / engaged with dealing with the remains.  Along that line, based on my nearly 68 years of dealing with living humans I find it difficult to believe that whenever there is a situation that involves more than one person, especially when there is some “dispute” about what actually is going on, that one of the involved humans won’t ultimately “spill the beans” … it is just contrary to human nature for people to not want to talk about what “actually happened”.

    So:
    RGB “died”… somebody (several actually) dealt with the body.  I have no doubt that some underling (hospital orderly, funeral home removal technician, coroner’s assistant, crematorium assistant, cemetery groundskeeper) would be in the know about this, and certainly reporters such as Ann Coulter, Alex Jones, Rush Limbaugh would have made it worth their while to speak up … but I’ve seen no such verification of her death.

    A RGS “imposter” sat on the bench yesterday, February 19.  Putting aside relevant people who know her well (the other Justices, officials of the Trump Administration) there are the underlings (law clerks not her own, door/cafeteria/robe/security/page staff) who certainly would have noticed “it’s not her” … and certainly these folk are better able to judge that than those watching random internet videos of her.  Certainly reporters such as Ann Coulter, Alex Jones, Rush Limbaugh would have made it worth their while to speak up … but I’ve seen no such verification of her being impersonated.
     Jews must be buried before sundown the day following their death. I don't know if they would need much funereal care although there are many Jewish funeral homes that could deal with her remains privately.The satanic conspiracy is very large, and the devil is the greatest extort-er, and rewarder of those who keep his deceptions.They kept the Manhattan project a secret for many years. This more importantly is a spiritual deception with the sayanim and collaborators (media) in lockstep. Many people in recent history have had body doubles  and doppelgangers- most notably Saddam Hussein , who was reported to have at least 10 of them. There is so much at stake regarding RBG's death that they are not going to hand over the next Supreme Court pick to Trump- ever- if they can help it. Abortion is Satan's crown jewel, and he and his followers will do anything to make sure the killing continues. Very conspiratorial to be sure, but they are all in on this one.


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    Jews must be buried before sundown the day following their death. I don't know if they would need much funereal care although there are many Jewish funeral homes that could deal with her remains privately.
    Working at a funeral home I can say that the first sentence above applies only to observant Orthodox Jews.  I have no idea how observant or orthodox RBG is about the Jewish religion.  I do know that there are those with cultural Jewish affiliation who have some elements of Jewish tradition associated with their final rites (for example, having a "shomer", the family sitting shiva) but otherwise do not strictly observe what is traditional … i.e. there may be more than 24 hours after death before burial, there may be embalming, there may be cremation, they may be dressed in regular clothes rather than a shroud, they may use a regular wood casket rather than a traditional Jewish casket.  The "funeral care" for a traditional Orthodox Jew is probable as complex, if not more so, than that for any traditional funeral.  Just for the FYI An Overview Guide to Handling Jewish Dead.
    There are indeed Jewish funeral homes in major cities (not where I live) who exclusively handle Jewish funerals, and observant (or not) Jews would likely engage these firms rather than an Irish or Italian undertaker.  Any and all funeral homes will deal "privately" with a family.  I can't speak to DC, MD, or VA regulation, but in Washington state every death is a matter of public record and every funeral home is required to submit a death notice to the local newspaper for publication (no charge to the family for this, and this is distinct from a published obituary).
    It is certain that there are those who would not want President Trump to have the opportunity to appoint another justice to the Supreme Court, this would actually be true in any administration, the "other side" never wanting to see this.  Yet, "motive" alone does not provide sufficient evidence that RGB is dead and an imposter is standing in for her.

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  • I doubt that the "Deep State" in hiding her death would be extremely worried about filing the correct paperwork.
    I don't think this is just any time or any administration- at stake is the soul of the nation and millions of unborn babies lives.
    This is a total gamechanger, and whoever wins or loses changes the course of history.
    If RBG and her handlers are good with dismembering the unborn, what won't they do? They will do anything; lie cheat murder,total deception (no doubt)- anything.
    I get your point about having tangible evidence that she is dead, but the circumstantial evidence is very strong..we may never have any tangible evidence. Are you certain John McCain was in his casket, I mean 100% sure?
    RBG was deathly in appearance BEFORE this new occurrence of cancer and surgery. It's a world of smoke and mirrors and certainty may be an unrealistic concept in this case...in the diabolical disorientation that we now live we have to understand that things usually aren't as they are presented and the present rules have been manipulated in their favor for their sick agenda. People of good will (and logic) can no longer take at face value what is being presented as truth.

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  • How many public appearances of a living RBG will it take for Matthew to admit he was wrong to use the phrase "mark my words" and assure the reader of something that was false; namely that RBG was dead?

    Or does the body double conspiracy now get increasing coverage to save a climb down?

    She is clearly not dead.  Just as Ratzinger is clearly not Pope.  He has publicly stated he is not.  What better evidence can one have?

    If you go down this conspiracy rabbit hole you might just as well say existence is a conspiracy and the entire experience of life is run by a giant computer designed by aiens like in The Matrix movies.


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  • RBG is definitely alive, sadly.

    Besides TMZ getting her arriving at Readan National last Monday morning (yes, it's real)
    the Supreme Court posts the audio of their cases online so the public can listen, since there are no cameras allowed.

    Listen to RBG here, ask questions of the female atty arguing regarding an "estoppel" in a patent case,
    1:10 min mark:
    https://www.supremecourt.gov/oral_arguments/audio/2018/17-1594

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  • Being right isn't everything.

    I'd rather be WRONG for a good reason (distrusting the MSM, using my brain, etc.) than right for a bad reason (always trusting the MSM).

    Sure, Ggreg was right about RBG and I was wrong. But what about next time the MSM narrative seems to oppose the truth? Who is he going to side with then? 

    I still think it's quite strange that she disappeared for SO LONG and they didn't lift a finger to quell all the (well founded, understandable) rumors about her death.

    But let's take it a level higher: we all want to be right, and we all want to be on THE WINNING SIDE, right? But how badly do you want to be on the winning side? Enough to join the Broad Path, the World, the team of satan? Because if you become a worldling, you will be on "the winning" side, and you can look down on the "losers" who live for Christ.

    I think this RBG argument between Ggreg and I is a microcosm of the broader disagreement between us -- his embrace of the World and my rejection of it.

    Following God and the truth will not always lead to *worldly success* or even the esteem of men. If you're after worldly acceptance, fame, and fortune, you have to make all kinds of compromises with the truth.

    You're either after the truth FIRST, or being accepted by the world FIRST. Many times they conflict, so you have to choose which is your higher priority. I'd rather be wrong a few times while I seek the truth for its own sake, than always cling to the "majority opinion" so I'm considered "right" by the greatest number of people -- even though that position is often wrong in God's eyes.
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  • Oh, and let's be realistic here. We all would be quite happy if RBG died.

    I'm not going to mince words: I would be happy if she died.

    No, I'm not going to bring about her death, and I'm not wishing evil upon another, but I wouldn't shed a tear if she died. I would rejoice. My motivation is the public good and the good of souls. I feel sorry for her, especially since she has chosen Hell, but since she is obstinate in evil I wish that she would be removed from this life.

    It is charitable to wish for her death, since she is obstinate in evil. I want her pile of grave sins to stop growing; I want her sufferings in Hell to be lessened. The sooner she dies, the less she'll have to suffer for eternity.

    I'm not rejoicing in evil, because her death wouldn't be an evil. It would be for the common good. She is not just a little bit liberal; she is super liberal and works great evil upon my country. She is causing countless harm to souls.

    It is OK to wish for the evil to end. It's not her death and damnation PER SE that I would rejoice in; I just want God's justice to be done, for her to be out of the way, and a conservative justice to replace her -- for the good of my country and its people. I wish for the triumph of God in this matter.
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  • RBG is definitely alive, sadly.

    Besides TMZ getting her arriving at Readan National last Monday morning (yes, it's real)
    the Supreme Court posts the audio of their cases online so the public can listen, since there are no cameras allowed.

    Listen to RBG here, ask questions of the female atty arguing regarding an "estoppel" in a patent case,
    1:10 min mark:
    https://www.supremecourt.gov/oral_arguments/audio/2018/17-1594

    Unless you believe the "double" theory.   :furtive:

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  • An interesting article about this: https://www.scotusblog.com/2019/03/case-study-on-the-ginsburg-conspiracy-theories-in-action/#more-283803

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    #WheresRuth. Even as the answer – working from home while recovering from cancer surgery – was covered by journalists and confirmed by the Supreme Court itself, this hashtag and similar ones populated Twitter in January and February. False allegations about Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s status ranged from standard political rumors (e.g., that she planned to announce her retirement soon) to massive conspiracy theories (e.g., that she was in a medically induced coma or that her death was being hidden from the American people). Presumed “updates” from conspiracy theorists as well as mishaps from media organizations — at one point, Fox News erroneously aired, for barely two seconds, an image of Ginsburg with the dates “1933-2019” under her name — fueled the theories.
    Journalists looked into the conspiracy theories in depth as they were developing, especially after a February 4 appearance by Ginsburg at a concert in Washington — in which she was personally seen by multiple reporters of the Supreme Court press corps — was rejected by some as “fake news,” supposedly due to a lack of pictures. After the event one Washington Post reporter, Robert Barnes, “experienced something he says was a first in his career: a storm of commentators, many anonymous, swarming his social media accounts and email inbox to tell him that something he saw with his own eyes and reported in The Post did not actually happen.”
    At SCOTUSblog, we organized a small experiment intended to produce an illustration of how proponents of conspiracy theories respond to evidence disproving their ideas. We were curious to see how different individuals on Twitter who had participated in spreading misinformation about Ginsburg responded when asked directly to correct themselves and inform their followers of the truth. We expected to meet some resistance (and we did), but we saw it as a valuable opportunity to demonstrate the process in action. Our data are limited and we don’t profess statistical significance; what follows is more of a case study.

    Procedure
    Through January and February, we tracked 82 Twitter accounts with over 10,000 followers that tweeted claims or insinuations (including questions) about Ginsburg’s death or incapacity. The account with the most followers was that of actor James Woods (@RealJamesWoods), who at the time had 1.95 million followers and who tweeted on January 29, among other similar messages: “As citizens we have a right to a fully seated United States Supreme Court. The fact that #RuthBaderGinsberg [sic] is literally missing in action is troubling. Considerations of her personal well-being aside (we wish her good health), Americans need to be apprised of her viability.” This may seem like a simple inquiry, but it ignores the Supreme Court’s direct statements. An example of a more nefarious tweet comes from one user with 250,000 followers, who on February 8 tweeted a link to a YouTube video and the message: “WHISTLEBLOWER REVEALS TRUTH ABOUT RUTH BADER GINSBURG HEALTH according to unconfirmed sources Ruth Bader Ginsburg is in a medically induced coma. They’ll keep her alive until the 2020 election if necessary.”
    Ginsburg returned to work on February 15 for conference with her fellow justices. Over the two-week February sitting, Ginsburg heard all six of the Supreme Court’s oral arguments. She also released three opinions, including in one case, Fourth Estate Public Benefit Corp. v. Wall-Street.com, that had been argued during her absence in January – indeed, the court had indicated in January that she would be participating in these cases based on the transcripts and briefs. News coverage of Ginsburg’s apparent productivity during her absence was met with some skepticism on Twitter. For example, on March 5, the ABA Journal tweeted a link to an article and the news that “U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has written four majority opinions this term, outpacing all the other justices. Three of those opinions were issued after Ginsburg returned to the bench following Dec. 21 surgery for lung cancer.” Some of the replies to this tweet include, “Obviously her clerks are very industrious,” “Does she bring her opinions in person? #WheresRuth,” and “Did you witness her writing these opinions?”
    Following the February sitting, we went through our list of users to track which, if any, had acknowledged Ginsburg’s return to the bench. We found 10 of the 82 (12 percent) did so in some way. Woods tweeted on February 20, “Always happy to see a victory over cancer. It is a dreadful disease and every survivor is a gift to us.” Another example is television host John Cardillo (@johncardillo), with over 115,000 followers, who tweeted on February 19, as a reply to an earlier tweet, “Ginsburg is back on the Court. She heard arguments today.”
    In addition to these 10 who acknowledged Ginsburg’s return to the bench, we removed three from our overall group for different reasons. One notable user on our list, Jacob Wohl (@JacobAWohl) — who, in addition to claiming to have proved the falsehood of Ginsburg’s February 4 public appearance, posted a petition demanding that Ginsburg step down from the bench — was permanently banned from Twitter for creating fake accounts. A second user was suspended and a third had locked its tweets before our final review.
    This leaves 69 (84 percent) who did not acknowledge Ginsburg’s return. We attempted to contact each of these users to report about Ginsburg’s return and to ask them whether they intended to inform their followers of the truth. We sent a direct message through Twitter to 41 users (50 percent of our sample). With slight variation depending on what the user had tweeted, we sent the following message: “We noticed that after Justice Ginsburg missed oral arguments in January, you questioned her status and called for proof of life. She’s now heard every oral argument in February, and yesterday she released two opinions from the bench. We’re wondering when you plan to update your followers on the truth of the matter. Please advise. Thank you.”
    We were not able to DM 28 people (34 percent of our sample); we followed them temporarily — which made for two days of dreadful Twitter — but they never followed us back. Included in this group are prominent public figures such as Sebastian Gorka (@SebGorka), with over 700,000 followers, and Mark Dice (@MarkDice), with over 400,000 followers.
    Responses
    Roughly half of those we messaged (21 out of 41) did not respond to us. Of these, three blocked us. Including the 28 who never followed us back, 49 of the 69 who did not address Ginsburg’s return (71 percent) ignored our outreach. One user, with 40,000 followers, did not directly reply to us, but did tweet a screenshot of our DM with the text, “Someone @scotusblog has a lotta nerve.”
    We did receive 20 responses to our DMs (49 percent of those we messaged; 24 percent of our overall total). We’ll now detail these responses more closely.
    Ten users insisted on further proof. This was the largest category of rebuttal from those who did respond to our outreach.
    For example, Stephen Miller (@redsteeze), with over 170,000 followers, told us, “Going to need to see photographic or video proof of her from the bench before I do something like that. OH RIGHT.. SCOTUS doesn’t allow cameras. How convenient.” Miller then tweeted a screenshot of our DM and his response. (Because of this tweet, we use his name. We won’t reveal users behind other DMs, which are private communications.) A second user, with over 350,000 followers, responded, “And I’m wondering if you have updated video of this. Until then, you can miss me the he said she said BS.” A third user, with over 35,000 followers, added, “When you provide me with a current, 10 minute one on one interview with Justice Ginsburg holding a newspaper with a current date on it I will update my followers that she is in fact alive, well, and functioning at ‘full steam’. Until then I remain skeptical of the situation.” There were seven other responses in a similar vein.
    Four users disputed the need for any clarification. For example, a user with over 125,000 followers wondered, “Why should I? [My followers] can read the news. They are well aware.” This user has consistently tweeted remarks disparaging the credibility of media reports.
    Other users suggested that questioning Ginsburg’s status, despite abundant evidence, was not even problematic. For example, one user, with over 170,000 followers, asked: “It’s wrong to question? Please advise, thanks in advance.” Or, similarly, from a user with over 60,000 followers, “Pretty sure I asked a simple question. ‘Where is Ruth?’”
    A fourth user in this category, with over 20,000 followers, said that she had only wondered why members of the media had not reported on Ginsburg the way Melania Trump’s temporary absence from public appearances in 2018 had been covered. She said we should read her article. We had, and she did indeed call for proof of life.
    Two users insisted that Ginsburg was dead. According to one, with over 15,000 followers: “Nope, that’s a body double if ever there was one.” And as another user, with over 435,000 followers, suggested, “That’s total hoax and a planned delay – bet she’s dead.”
    In a more miscellaneous category, one user, who participates in a broadcast show that shares conspiracy theories and who has over 95,000 followers, invited us onto the show, asking, “Care to put a representative on air with me to do it?”
    Two users responded to our DMs by correcting the record. One user, with over 18,000 followers, said, in a response that echoes the “no need to retract” variety: “Her recovery has been well publicized. But I’ll be happy to put a tweet out about it.” And he did tweet to this effect. Another user, who has over 160,000 followers, said, “Yes- we will update posts! Thanks.” He posted an update to an earlier article that had criticized reports on Ginsburg’s February 4 concert appearance, stating, “Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been sighted at the Supreme Court and has recovered from her bout with lung cancer…for now.”
    Finally, one user, with over 165,000 followers, corrected us, indicating that she had retweeted some articles about Ginsburg being back. We were unable to find an actual retweet of hers to this effect. If we include her out of deference, as well as the two who acknowledged Ginsburg’s return after our outreach and the 10 who did so beforehand, we count 13 users (16 percent of our overall sample) who did ultimately inform their followers of the truth of the matter.
    Evolution
    On February 15, Ben Collins, an NBC reporter who has looked into online conspiracy theories, tweeted a prediction: “Now that RBG will be out in public soon, the conspiracy that she’s secretly dead will only evolve.” We found examples of this phenomenon in response to our outreach. For instance, Stephen Miller suggested to his followers in a tweet on March 5 that, “Hitting up DMs is exactly what SCOTUSBLOG would do in a panic if people were starting to figure out the truth.” Another user, with over 75,000 followers, posted an article, which seems to mistake us for the actual court, “So is it me, or does it make it even fishier that an official account would scroll through every blue check mark profile that mentioned that they thought Ginsberg [sic] was dead…and passive aggressively threaten us to take it down? Because I sure think it is.” Although we don’t suppose our DMs will enter into any “canon” regarding the Ginsburg conspiracy theories, these tweets do illustrate Collins’ prediction in action.
    Accounts with the most followers
    We tracked 23 accounts with over 100,000 followers. One observation is that six of the 10 accounts that acknowledged Ginsburg’s return were in this group, comprising a quarter of the largest accounts, even as only 12 percent of our overall sample made such an acknowledgement. There may be a certain savviness to these six users, who on average have over 495,000 followers, actively spreading rumors — thus generating engagement with their social media and, as applicable, clicks for their websites — before backing off, perhaps out of concern for protecting their reputation. Additionally, we received six direct responses from this large group (26%, which roughly matches the 24% direct-response rate across our entire sample). Two of these insisted on further need for proof, two disputed the need for a correction, one did issue an update and one said she had already retweeted an update.
    Conclusion
    The accounts that we tracked and attempted to contact all have some measure of influence. We limited our search to accounts with more than 10,000 followers because we wanted to see how popular users — who are, presumably, concerned about their reputation and image — would react when confronted with the fact that conspiracy theories they pushed had been refuted. Only 16 percent publicly acknowledged Ginsburg’s return. Those who did not (80 percent of the accounts we tracked) have chosen to ignore or actively dispute evidence of her return to the court. (As explained, 4 percent of the tracked accounts were removed from consideration.)
    This isn’t the first time that conspiracy theorists have targeted the Supreme Court, and it won’t be the last. We don’t want to draw any broad conclusion about conspiracy theories and how they evolve once their core arguments are proven wrong. We simply were interested to see how those who pushed this specific talking point reacted when the facts changed.

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  • You're either after the truth FIRST, or being accepted by the world FIRST. Many times they conflict, so you have to choose which is your higher priority. I'd rather be wrong a few times while I seek the truth for its own sake, than always cling to the "majority opinion" so I'm considered "right" by the greatest number of people -- even though that position is often wrong in God's eyes.
    I'm not picking on you. This  thread is an occasion.

    If "truth" is the highest priority, then you wouldn't lock yourself into positions that could be wrong. The problem here is not that something was wrong - everyone makes mistakes -  but that it showed certainty about something that turned out to be wrong.

    Let's be realistic here. While MSM gets things wrong, so does "alt media", and we should be skeptical of "alt media", too. A lot of alt media is controlled opposition. Some may be enemy plants. And some is run by "useful idiots".

    And this is not just about being against "worldlings". We do not need to take contrary positions on everything that the world agrees with.The world gets things right, too. They tend to use toilets rather than the living room carpet. Many of them even accept 1+1=2.

    Many of these problems would clear up if people had the discipline to not pass judgements about fields they don't know anything about. There's a thread about quantum mechanics. Of those commenting, how many have at least graduate degrees in quantum physics? How about have taken ONE CLASS in quantum physics? I'm guessing not many. But without any background or genuine knowledge of the field, these people condemn it entirely. That's pride - that with no work on your own, you can be above experts.

    In the absence of knowledge, a lot of things are possible. So sure, if you ignored press releases, it was possible RBG was dead. Likewise, to someone who has never studied quantum physics, it might seem possible that some experiment is being misinterpreted. But that's before someone has put in the work to study it.


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  • Ruth has always been spiritually dead.  
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    What is Ruth Bader Ginsberg's Current State of Health?
     Q!!mG7VJxZNCI 25 Mar 2019 - 10:22:25 PM



    https://www.c-span.org/video/?458080-1/flowers-v-mississippi-oral-argument📁
    [19:56]
    What is [RBG's] current state-of-health?
    Are pictures being 'avoided' for a reason?
    Pics in/out of home in/out of cars = easy
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    No recent verified pictures of RBG have been posted since December 2018.

    Only audio recordings such as C-Span?

    Within the realm of possibility:
    -- Has Ginsburg appeared at the Supreme Court recently (since December 2019)?
    -- AI recordings are possible using past recordings.
    -- A double could be used with voice qualities very much like Ginsburg.
    Lord have mercy.

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  • There still seems to be something fishy going on with RBG. 

    That's why I specifically named this thread "Mark my words - Ruth Bader Ginsburg is dead - truth will come out eventually"

    I knew there would be psy-ops, propaganda, and old videos/doubles deceiving the public for a time. But I'm not fooled, and I wanted to go out on a limb *while it still took some guts* and say so.

    When DECLAS happens, the deep state is dialed back several decades, and a lot of this comes to light, then everyone will be on board.

    As the hipsters say, "I was a fan of that band BEFORE they became mainstream..."
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  • There is still a possibility of a SCOTUS vacancy before the fall. RBG is 85 years old; she is not in good health. It would be in her best interest to retire and let the president pick a successor.

    Now Donald Trump is in the most amount of trouble since Bush 41, who actually lost in 1992. There is a real chance that Donald J. Trump is a one-term president. That being said, if that happens, he can go out with 3 SCOTUS picks.

    Tío Samuel, ven pa 'aca

     

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