The facts surrounding the Paul Pelosi attack have made it obvious his attacker was NOT a right-wing extremist as leftists in the media have claimed, but questioning the prescribed narrative somehow makes you the bad guy – which is exactly why it MUST be questioned.
There has been a dangerous effort to brand those who question the mainstream messaging on any given topic as ‘extremists’ or ‘conspiracy theorists.’
This sort of “shut up and believe what you’re told” attitude pushed by the Democrats and their media is a commonly used Communist tactic intended to stymie any free-thought which might pose a threat to them advancing their agenda.
The only way to fight it: Ask more questions.
In the case of the Paul Pelosi attack, they want you to buy the claim that his attacker, David DePape, who was a rainbow-flag touting nudist who lived in a bus was somehow a conservative?
They also want you to believe that he suddenly woke up in the middle of the night and created two websites filled with Q Anon content and rants about Big Brother, before running over to Pelosi’s house wearing just his underwear and managed to get past the most elite secret service security designed to protect the Speaker of the House, who is third in line for the presidency.
None of what the mainstream media is saying lines up.
To understand why it’s CRITICAL that you continue to ask questions when the media is pushing outlandish narratives like this one, watch the video here.