Recap of yesterday’s Live Webcast with Sasha Latypova and Lara Logan

Yesterday we did a livestream broadcast with Lara Logan and Sasha Latypova on the DoD ownership of the vaxx. This is a heavy concept. It doesn’t take right away. Its implications are perhaps larger than most of us want to believe, and also means that free liberal democracies and republics simply do not work like they were created to work.

The solution according to some, well bandaid anyway, is to call your Senator if you are in the US and demand to vote against the Omnibus bill in order to stop massive funding to certain projects at least till the new House sits and can take a sober second look at these things. Below, a Twitter thread from someone who actually looked through the Omnibus bill being voted on today and found some of the more odious bits of it.

UPDATE: Elon Musk had a Twitter Poll on the Omnibus Bill. It is pretty clear:

The above thread is very good.

Anyway we decided to make a 31 minute version of the 2 hour Webcast from yesterday below for those that don’t have the time to watch it all. It also has the pitch. Call your Senator, ask them to vote against the Omnibus Bill.

Below, the whole webcast:

Below, excerpts from a multi-hour Zoom call with Sasha, and an American-Australian, Philip Altman, who also ran a company researching new products for big pharma. The interactions are interesting.

And lastly, one of my favorite moments with Lara Logan where she appears on the Mark Levin’s show and speaks about what happens to real journalists.

(For the record, I am a blogger. Not a journalist. I’m sure everyone already knows that, but this seems like a good time to mention it)

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One Reply to “Recap of yesterday’s Live Webcast with Sasha Latypova and Lara Logan”

  1. Excellent conversation. I listened to the entire two hours. Not a whole lot new as one who has been on top of each revelation as it was happening but it was good to get a refresher on the DOD’s role and see papers to back up the claim. And the Baliwick substack is great if one has the mind for that level of legalese.

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