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While 5G poses a number of different valid threats, there are perhaps dozens more insane and easily falsifiable conspiracy theories associated with 5G that are yet another kosher hamster wheel designed to keep white people fixated on anything that will obfuscate from substantive issues.
White celebrities and MAGA boomers are all agreeing and amplifying grug brained narratives that pit otherwise intelligent people against one another over an issue that ultimately changes nothing about the power dynamic of the globalist elite.
In this clip Jazz and James tell you what to think about the 5G kosher dialectic.
Full episode: https://therightstuff.biz/2020/04/19/ftn-305-tacticool-constitutionalism/
Here's the clip from the FTN YouTube channel. Transcript follows below.
(Backup audio in case YouTube deletes the original)
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