Will Keys,

Oh, Tucker Carlson, the darling of Fox News, got an invitation from GOP Speaker Kevin McCarthy to take a trip to Washington, D.C. and view the Congressional videos covering the January 6, 2021 protests. And boy, did Tucker hit the jackpot! He got his hands on some footage that showed the Capitol Hill Police acting like friendly tour guides to the peaceful protestors. It was like a Disney World ride, but with less crying kids and more MAGA hats.

And speaking of MAGA hats, the QAnon Shaman, Jacob Chansley, was practically exonerated by the footage. The police were so relaxed around him, they might as well have offered him a cup of tea and a biscuit. But despite this, Chansley got sentenced to four years in prison by a Washington D.C. “Kangaroo Court.” I mean, who knew trespassing was such a heinous crime?

But it’s not just Chansley who got the raw end of the deal. The Democrat Party has been playing dirty since the beginning. They refused to release the exculpatory evidence and framed Donald J. Trump for incitement of protestors. And they didn’t care about the innocent citizens who got caught in the crossfire.

And let’s not forget about the Capitol Police, who were so kind as to give some of the protestors a personal tour of the Congressional buildings. And while the majority of the protestors were as peaceful as a baby (or a sleeping baby, depending on your preference), there were some provocateurs in the mix, egging them on. And guess what? These provocateurs were FBI informants! It’s like a bad spy movie, but with less charm and more indictments.

But it’s not just the FBI who’s to blame. The US Department of Justice (Injustice) went after innocent protestors and accused them of being domestic terrorists. And all while the legacy media had a field day destroying these poor folks’ lives. It’s like they were playing puppet master, with the FBI armed to the teeth like a SWAT team on steroids.

And to make matters worse, the Democrat Party fudged and juiced up the minor crime of trespass to make it seem like an insurrection. They formed a January 6th Committee that set the country back years, maybe even on the path to civil war.

But there’s hope, folks! There’s now 41,000 hours of exculpatory Congressional video footage available to the public. And it’s not just fulfilling Speaker McCarthy’s election promise, it’s also shedding light on a sinister chapter in Democratic history.

But of course, the Democrats aren’t taking this lying down. Senator Chuck Schumer screamed bloody murder about the Tucker Carlson footage, threatening Fox News and even mentioning Rupert Murdoch by name. And speaking of desperation, the Democrats are so scared of Donald Trump getting renominated and reelected in 2024 that they raided his residence at Mar-a-Lago for materials pertaining to special access programs, like nuclear weapons. I mean, who needs due process when you can just barge into someone’s house?

And now, we have Alvin Bragg, an affirmative action New York Attorney who’s financially supported by George Soros, charging ex-POTUS Donald J. Trump with the crime of being himself. I mean, come on! The indictment is laughable, but so is Alvin Bragg.

In the end, the Democrat Party has eroded public trust and confidence in politicians. But we can fight back, folks. We can demand that the exculpatory videos be public.


 Ah, the ongoing tussle between NATO/US and Russia, which is currently being waged in Ukraine – the land where milk and honey used to flow but is now awash with blood and tears. The Ukrainian forces have taken quite a thrashing, with Bakhmut being the latest casualty. Even the paintings on the walls are screaming out for a re-evaluation of their artistic merits and calling for an unconditional surrender from the Ukrainian side.

Despite their courageous efforts, the Ukrainian fighters have been reduced to mere fodder for poetry and art, and their slaughter has reached an industrial scale. The Democrats in the US are squarely responsible for this mess, sacrificing the youth of Ukraine to further their evil domestic agenda.

And now, with the Biden Administration caught in a web of lies and deception, they are desperately seeking an ‘off ramp’ to wriggle out of the outrageous criminality that they’ve been exposed for. The American taxpayer is being presented with the bill, the final notice, and the summons to appear, all at once.  I reckon there are sound grounds to proceed to summary judgement.

But wait, what’s this? Top-Secret documents, with the ominous label of ‘No forn’ (no foreigners), has been leaked in a weird and hasty manner. They reveal the true state of affairs and exposes the lies that were being perpetrated by the White House, the Secretary of State, the Secretary of Defense, the Chief of General Staff, and the US Intelligence Agencies, all of whom were in cahoots with the media industrial complex.

But here’s the real kicker – all of this is being blamed on a twenty-one-year-old high-school graduate, Airman First Class Jack Douglas Teixeira. Poor Jack, who joined the Massachusetts Air National Guard with good intentions and loyalty, has been arrested under circumstances that would make the producers of ‘Wag the Dog’ proud. The FBI, always ready to step in and save the day, orchestrated his ‘takedown’ with the utmost bravery (or so they say).

Well, isn’t this just peachy? All we can do now is wait and see what further hilarity ensues from this mess. Perhaps we’ll soon be reading about a new painting, titled ‘The Cowardice of Politics’, which depicts politicians pointing fingers at a hapless airman. Who knows? Only time will tell.

By Will Keys

11 thoughts on “Lies, lies and more lies.”
  1. Will, good truth. I, too, and there are others, pheno-typical.

    What transpired in Africa, Asia, and in Central [now prefer to be considered Caribbean nations], and South America, since 1945, is being attempted in Western Civilisation.

    Preserving documents and photographs and putting forth at times are a help.

    I had seen testimonies of persons, Anglican, Catholic, and laity, telling of what happened in the Congo, as one example.

    Perhaps, here and Y T, or Red Pill university [might be available on apple?, not sure of the platform they use].

    Kind of a series, intermittently. Look into http://www.thegreattomatobubble.com, or http://www.therealhistorychannel.com.

    Take care.

  2. I have changed some of the letters around and call that insane party the DEMONRATS!

    1. Hi Richard, in my humble opinion they are ‘Demonrats’, you are spot on. The Black American Patriot (“BAP”) calls them ‘bastard Demorats’ LOL. I am not sure that the West can recover from the Demonrat self-destruction, and I doubt that they have the intestinal fortitude and courage to fight for their convictions. We are probably in serious trouble.

  3. Mr Keys, no offence, but you have clearly demonstrated my argument on how lawyers distract from the truth, and move the argument in another direction and make omissions in order to intentionally ‘influence’ and maybe even manipulate the reader’s psyche that gets the perpetrator off the hook. You are a master. Good one!
    Mr Keys, I refer you to my previous post re Mr Murdoch media. Ouch! US787.5 million in defamation for telling “lies, lies and more lies.” I wonder how forgiving Mr Murdoch will be in allowing the “darling” of Fox News, Tucker Carlson to keep his job. Lucky Mr Carlson did not have to go to court and lie under oath. If Tucker Carlson apologisd in court, that would have tarnished his credibility. Of course it was only defamation, where the burden of proof is on the ‘balance of probabilities’; so lies are probably not considered a criminal offence Again, great re-direction from the real lies. Take care.

    1. Hi Quentin Fourie, just because News Corp settles a court action, based upon commerciality and realpolitik, does not strengthen your ignorant and juandiced opinions. Lawyers take instructions from clients and do not, I quote, “distract from the truth”. It is a ridiculous things to say. You are obviously interested in the law, so instead of ankle biting, why don’t you go to university and get a law degree. Once you have educated yourself you will cringe at yout jaundiced mind set.

      1. Mr Keys, thanks for your response about my “ignorant & janudiced opinions.” In reponse I offfera passage from a Rhodesian author. I wonder if you recognise the text? “Since the Second World War, and particularly from the 1960s onwards, we have been prone to arrive quickly at firm – often unshakeable – opinions of leading personalities of our time. This is because, for the first time in history, all our senses are saturated not only from what we read in newspapers, but what we hear on the radio and see on television. As people under scrutiny are ‘live’ on a screen before us, we feel we know them personally and can judge them – forgetting our own ignorance of them and that what we see and hear and read about them is edited by unseen hands. We are fascinated by their foibles and mannerisms quite as much as their achievements and qualities. We judge them with confidence – finding them guilty or not guilty. Then later, sure of our opinions, we are often disappointed, even outraged…….. “The Great Betrayal” by Ian Smith. Take care.

  4. Well said and I believe it all to be true but it would help if you posted the links for evidence. Thanks

    1. Hi Aidan, I am well informed and educated, nevertheless, I would never claim to be an unbiased observer. My opinions are imperfectly conservative/libertarian. I am also pheno-typical of my time and I am not writing a learned thesis.

    1. Mr Keys, in your quest for the truth, you are now probably aware that Tucker Carlson has acknowledged he lies. He stated that: “I lie. I really try not to. I try never to lie on TV. I just don’t – I don’t like lying. I certainly do it, you know out of weakness or whatever.” It is of note that Carlson’s lawyers in the Fox settlement argued “You can’t expect to literally believe the words that come out of Carlson’s mouth.” The Judge holding court for the defamation case stated: “Given Mr Carlson’s reputation any reasonable viewer arrives with an appropriate amount of skepticism about staements he makes.” It is interesting that in private comments Tucker Calrson has stated: ” We are very close to being able to ignore Trump most nights. I truly can’t wait. I hate him passionately.” I mentioned in a previous post that many in this forum have use Murdoch Media to check their facts, they now may be disilusioned and outraged. I refer back to the passage of Ian Smith’s ‘Great Betrayal’. Take care.

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