The WEF Meeting in Davos Was About as Weird as You’d Expect

The annual meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) was held in Davos, Switzerland this month, and it was about as creepy and weird as you would expect.

In fact, the meeting is creepy and weird every year, mainly because of the attendees. Who exactly put these freaks in charge of the world, anyway?

Most of the topics for discussion at the WEF revolved around the usual subjects, which are all basically that sovereign nations need to be dissolved so that everyone on the planet can be put under the iron fist of a communist one-world government.

They talked about how to stop Donald Trump from being reelected, since he is the single greatest threat to the neo-liberal order.

They talked about how they plan to increase online censorship of conservatives, because there’s not enough of that going around already (they mean you, Elon!).

They even discussed Bill Gates’s latest invention, which is a nanotechnology tracking device that they want to implant in everyone through vaccines.

 

The thing that stole the show, however, was when they brought out some witch from the Amazon to spit on the heads of an entire panel of speakers. It just wouldn’t be a WEF meeting unless they do something that is so weird that it defies description.

Watch as Greg Gutfeld and the panel on his show try to decipher what was happening when the witch spit on everyone.


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