USA: In a leaked email, propaganda outlet for the ruling class, CNN said that “the carrot is no longer going to work” in order to get the slaves who continue to refuse to get the COVID-19 experimental gene therapy shot. But this story is strange from beginning to end. It is looking like a psyop, for all intents and purposes.
What’s odd about this, is that the message was revealed by Fox News host Tucker Carlson, who showed a screengrab of the email in question. Carlson has shown his hand as well, and who he works for recently by promoting the shot, which means this could be a fabricated story meant to panic those who still somehow follow Carlson into taking the shot so they won’t be “forced” to do so.
“FW: #NEWS: A majority of unvaccinated Americans say they’re unlikely to get the Covd-19 vaccine, regardless of outreach efforts,” read the email’s subject line. The author of the email, identified by Carlson as CNN’s Washington bureau chief, wrote to a colleague: “This is the point re: carrot vs. stick. The carrot is no longer going to work…”
Although the Fox host didn’t identify him by name, CNN’s Washington bureau is currently headed by the network’s senior vice president, Sam Feist. –RT
Why would Carlson leave out who wrote the email, when it’s easy to look up? What’s going on here? Something feels very off about this considering Carlson’s recent comments about the “vaccine” and the fact that he is continuing to make it look like it’s CNN vs. Fox News when both are pushing propaganda for the ruling class.
Here’s what is also odd about this story:
The suggestive commentary likely would have remained shielded from public scrutiny had the CNN bigwig in question not accidentally sent it to Charlie Kirk, a popular conservative activist, and commentator. –RT
The Washington bureau chief at CNN “accidentally” sent an email this provocative and sketchy to a known and popular conservative commentator? Something isn’t right. This story is all about division and it feels off. Especially considering CNN confirmed that the email was valid,
“The email, mistakenly sent to Kirk, was simply acknowledging that current vaccination incentives are losing steam,” the network said in a statement. Kirk appeared on Carlson’s program to discuss the strange email. “Is it CNN’s stated position now that they’re going to try to administer medicine under the threat of punishment?” the conservative pundit asked. Referring to the “carrot vs. stick” analogy used in the email, Kirk wondered aloud: “What does the stick look like in CNN’s world?” –RT
Use your own critical thinking skill and discernment here. This looks to be a psychological operation by the propaganda outlets. Look into it for yourself, watch the segment and come to your own conclusions. We won’t get the truth from CNN or Fox News, so we are on our own.
Stay vigilant and prepared. No lie or psyop will ever be too big for the sociopaths determined to enslave us all permanently.
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