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Sorry but the FDA panel recordings that i posted are not part of Alex Jones... but at this stage he seems FAR more credible than the Lincoln Project
That you have relied on as a credible source to discredit Ivermectin.?
What you don't seem to understand is that im not entirely against using the experimental mRNA gene therapy shot for the health compromised and truly vulnerable people to give them a possible better chance of beating the illness but to MASS vaccinate is a massive problem waiting to fester as clinical case studies are now showing.
(Mutation)
FDA without Alex Jones
 

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Wow, things I didnt know.

Project Veritas is an American far-right[36] activist group founded by James O'Keefe in 2010.[40] The group produces deceptively edited videos[24] of its undercover operations,[16] which use secret recordings[17] in an effort to discredit mainstream media organizations and progressive groups.[48][49] Project Veritas also uses entrapment[23] to generate bad publicity for its targets,[2] and has propagated disinformation[14] and conspiracy theories[56] in its videos and operations.

Targets of Project Veritas include Planned Parenthood, the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN), NPR, CNN, and The Washington Post. In 2009, Project Veritas associates published misleading[2] videos that depicted ACORN employees providing advice on concealing illegal activity, causing ACORN to shut down after losing funding;[5] ACORN was cleared of wrongdoing by the Attorney General of California in 2010,[2] and the associates paid a total of $150,000 in settlements to an ACORN employee who sued for defamation.[2] NPR CEO Vivian Schiller resigned in 2013 after Project Veritas released a deceptively[2][5] edited video portraying another NPR executive making controversial comments about the Tea Party movement and NPR's federal funding.[57] Project Veritas unsuccessfully attempted to mislead The Washington Post into publishing false information about the Roy Moore sexual misconduct allegations in 2017;[4][48] the Post won a Pulitzer Prize after uncovering the operation.[18][58]

As a non-governmental organization, Project Veritas is financed by conservative fund Donors Trust[2] (which provided over $6.6 million from 2011 to 2019)[48][59][60] and other supporters including the Donald J. Trump Foundation.[6] In 2020, The New York Times published an exposé detailing Project Veritas' use of spies recruited by Erik Prince, to infiltrate "Democratic congressional campaigns, labor organizations and other groups considered hostile to the Trump agenda". The Times piece notes O'Keefe's and Prince's close links to the Trump administration, and details contributions such as a $1 million transfer of funds from an undisclosed source to support their work. The findings were based in part on discovery documents in a case brought by the American Federation of Teachers, Michigan, which had been infiltrated by Project Veritas.[61]
 

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Wow, things I didnt know.

Project Veritas is an American far-right[36] activist group founded by James O'Keefe in 2010.[40] The group produces deceptively edited videos[24] of its undercover operations,[16] which use secret recordings[17] in an effort to discredit mainstream media organizations and progressive groups.[48][49] Project Veritas also uses entrapment[23] to generate bad publicity for its targets,[2] and has propagated disinformation[14] and conspiracy theories[56] in its videos and operations.

Targets of Project Veritas include Planned Parenthood, the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN), NPR, CNN, and The Washington Post. In 2009, Project Veritas associates published misleading[2] videos that depicted ACORN employees providing advice on concealing illegal activity, causing ACORN to shut down after losing funding;[5] ACORN was cleared of wrongdoing by the Attorney General of California in 2010,[2] and the associates paid a total of $150,000 in settlements to an ACORN employee who sued for defamation.[2] NPR CEO Vivian Schiller resigned in 2013 after Project Veritas released a deceptively[2][5] edited video portraying another NPR executive making controversial comments about the Tea Party movement and NPR's federal funding.[57] Project Veritas unsuccessfully attempted to mislead The Washington Post into publishing false information about the Roy Moore sexual misconduct allegations in 2017;[4][48] the Post won a Pulitzer Prize after uncovering the operation.[18][58]

As a non-governmental organization, Project Veritas is financed by conservative fund Donors Trust[2] (which provided over $6.6 million from 2011 to 2019)[48][59][60] and other supporters including the Donald J. Trump Foundation.[6] In 2020, The New York Times published an exposé detailing Project Veritas' use of spies recruited by Erik Prince, to infiltrate "Democratic congressional campaigns, labor organizations and other groups considered hostile to the Trump agenda". The Times piece notes O'Keefe's and Prince's close links to the Trump administration, and details contributions such as a $1 million transfer of funds from an undisclosed source to support their work. The findings were based in part on discovery documents in a case brought by the American Federation of Teachers, Michigan, which had been infiltrated by Project Veritas.[61]
 

Britbike850

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Wow… and what is your “source” that you are quoting…where is it from? far left progressives that has always been on the up and up??
 

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Wikipedia

References are at the bottom of the page, check it out.
Thank you for that info… but we are now using Wikipedia for “facts”?? In the past, I had watched the NPR reaction, being closely involved with them. From their reaction, they knew they were wrong.
Edited video is not only used by Project Veritas…many media outlets are guilty of this!
just saying
 

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Thank you for that info… but we are now using Wikipedia for “facts”?? In the past, I had watched the NPR reaction, being closely involved with them. From their reaction, they knew they were wrong.
Edited video is not only used by Project Veritas…many media outlets are guilty of this!
just saying
For sure, bias on both sides, I stopped listening to the news awhile back.

Wikipedia has a pretty good rep for factual information.

It's up to you to decide who to believe.
 
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