It's all a game...
The manipulation of the narrative...the "poison pill" that is the SCOTUS leak.
Last night, Politico dropped their *EXCLUSIVE* leak of the SCOTUS draft opinion at 8:32pm EST on 5/2/22, just 10 minutes or so before the first audiences around the country walk out of theatres from the 7pm exclusive premier of 2000Mules (sold out everywhere!) and realize the media perpetuated “Big Lie” misnomer was the only ‘big lie’. Yes, Joe is illegitimate. Rip that band-aid off now.
Conservatives can now take to FREE speech Twitter, Truth Social, Gettr, Rumble, Gab, and other platforms and talk about Joe’s *proven* illegitimacy. Conservative accounts are seeing 50%+ increases in growth (myself included) since Elon took over. The narrative can no longer be controlled.
But SCOTUS Roe v Wade headlines drown anything and everything out entirely. Barricades were put in place. Protestors had already descended on the Supreme Court steps as if they were staged, signs and chants all ready to go. I’d be curious to see their ping data and what they were doing hours and days before this leak and where they came from. Are they all from Washington DC? Perhaps. Or is there a possibility the organized masses were “tipped off” about the potential for some explosive leaks on that night?
Now, what’s really odd is that Reuters, just 7 hours earlier, before Politico ran their *exclusive* SCOTUS leak, ran an article about Amazon employees being reimbursed for traveling to different states for abortions.
That could be coincidence. It’s possible. Releasing a story like that a month before the decision is due? A bit premature in this over saturated information frenzy of a world, a story like this would be lost in the headlines in a matter of hours without a substantial follow up such as an unprecedented leak of a draft SCOTUS opinion.
Now…here’s where it gets really bizarre: the opinion was drafted in February 2022. So this “leaker” sat on it the rest of February, all of March, all of April, only to release it 10 minutes before we get the first reactions to 2000mules on social media. Perhaps the Ministry of Truth wasn’t up and running yet?
Conspiracy theory, right? Well, I’m pretty close to batting 1.000 thus far…
I will mention this series of coincidental events has a striking similarity the NPR story on January 6th, which, at 9:33am EST, claimed “Trump Supporters Storm US Capitol, Clash with Police.” USA Today claimed in their “Fact” check that NPR was updating a story throughout the day.
Let me first say this: the story on January 6th from 9:33am EST to, say, early afternoon around 2pm EST was an entirely different story. One was a rather mundane story of a protest, which had been going on for weeks in DC leading up to this. They were rather uneventful typically until night fall. But on this day, that span of several hours was most definitely worthy of an entirely new article as the entire country would be forever changed. But I digress.
After reading the fact check, I took to the WayBack Machine to validate USAToday’s claims. The original article can be found here: Jan 6 NPR as it appears today. The first three archives on WayBack appear from 14:39:06 thru 14:43:41 GMT (which is 5 hours behind EST, so this would be 9:39:06 thru 9:43:41). Unfortunately, they all are dead links with no “archive”. So we move to 15:10:35, which would be 10:10:35 EST. We get the headline “Diehard Trump Supporters Gather In The Nation's Capital To Protest Election Results” with no “update” listed in the article.
At 15:55, we get another dead link. At 18:16:12, or 13:16:12 EST, we get an update with the headline “'We Are Patriots': Trump Supporters Gather In D.C. To Protest Biden's Win” and a note that its updated at 12:40pm EST. The next two updates at 19:41 and 19:49 (14:41 and 14:49 EST) are dead links again. At 19:54 (14:54 EST) we get the headline “Trump Supporters Storm Capitol, Clash With Police” and a note that it was updated at 2:47pm. So yes, this does align with the chronology of the events for the day, however, it is bizarre that such a dramatic shift in the event descriptions didn’t warrant an entirely new article. The differences from the “original” to the end result are completely and totally different. The missing first three updates are also convenient.
Given the levels of FBI involvement, the massive push to censor anything that questions the prescribed narrative, and the unusual tardiness of the speech (remember: the “assault” on the Capitol began at 1pm. Trump wasn’t done speaking until 1:10pm and then still had a miles long walk to the Capitol!), you can’t help but wonder “what is real?”