The Jackals are out in full force

The Jackals are out in full force

CH1 Podcast Andrew Rouchotas EP086 - The Jackals are out in full force


Watching CP24 this past weekend, I witnessed the brain washing psychosis that is our state controlled propagandist media. Live and in real time. There were three protests/gatherings in Toronto. In back to back to back segments, the media so eloquently demonstrated their ability to propagandize completely conflicting narratives while the masses freely accept the contradictions and narratives they were presented.

The first segment was about the dangerous “freedom” protests. A police constable joined the segment to discuss how dangerous these peaceful protestors were with respect to public health and safety and COVID safety protocol. He assured the viewers that such activity will not be tolerated and arrests will be taking place over the coming days and weeks.

The second segment discussed the very violent Israel/Palestine protests occurring in Toronto. Despite the flagrant hate crimes perpetrated, police didn’t threaten the citizens. They instead worked diligently to keep the protestors separated and enforced the importance of allowing peaceful protests in Canada. Ironically, not a single mention of COVID or public health was made.

The third segment was focused on a massive gathering at an outdoor, no appointment required vaccine clinic in Toronto. 1000’s and 1000’s of people aggregating and lining up to receive their vaccine. The crowd was so large, that the wait time could exceed 1-2 hours. This gathering was of course righteous, and presented zero threat to public health and safety. The audience was encouraged to come out and join them.

Ironically enough, the Jackals will read the above, and will both not understand what point I am trying to make, as well as, personally insult me for even daring to make such a point.

Lastly, I review the actual science of COVID & vaccinations, and in detail (see podcast notes for a complete list of references)

CH1 Podcast Andrew Rouchotas EP086 – The Jackals are out in full force

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Podcast Notes

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