Shake 'em off
- Dec 31, 2014
Thanks for that correction @ThatOneDudeThe plot thickens.
Online posts viewed thousands of times claim that a 14-minute audio message covering various conspiracy theories about COVID-19’s origin was voiced by Ghanaian President Nana Akufo-Addo. The claim is false; the recording does not match Akufo-Addo’s voice while his information minister dismissed...factcheck.afp.com
That is not uncommonOr just dumb if they told us their true plan.
I don't believe stuff like this at first glance. Especially right now when we are being flooded with fake news and propoganda. There was another site that was going viral not long ago that connected bill gates and the who, with efforts of microchip implants. Very plausible, but it came out that it was a fake site that Russians created it. I'll see if I can find it. It was well done and looked real. I'm guessing the purpose of stuff like this is to sow seeds of distrust of government. And of course, Americans are very sucseptible of this.
When the call comes I'll be ready. Just remember, even though I'm the medic, Save me a gun. My backpack stays ready.
You and @sparkuri can be in my end of the world militia.When the call comes I'll be ready. Just remember, even though I'm the medic, Save me a gun. My backpack stays ready.
Also, I'm good at reading maps. And I always come in 2nd on Fortnite without one shot being fired from my gun (I'm great at hiding). And I have the best guns because I'm good at finding things (looting after people die).