May 24, 2017 at 3:55 pm #2692
The alien megastructure acts up yet again! Seth Rich murder – Adam follows up with his own investigation and renders his verdict. Fish rain down on a
[See the full post at: Podcast 70: Alien Megastructure, Seth Rich Redux, Fish Rain, Katy Perry Illuminati]May 25, 2017 at 1:46 am #2693
Hey Guys, great show. I appreciated the Seth Rich synopsis up to this point. The story really has become maddening.
Putting politics aside for a moment, I’m curious about what you both think of this…
Bot-attacks against Hannity: https://twitter.com/bocavista2016/status/866874960488411137
Understanding the complete shakeup that has occurred at FOX (Bill O’Reilly’s exit, Bill Shine’s exit and the recent turn over in the primetime slots), and recalling the recent attempt to smear Hannity with his own sex scandal, is it possible that the Seth Rich story is being used as a trap for Hannity and other conservatives?
I think it was Adam that mentioned the possibility of purposefully planted, insane alt-right theories being circulated amongst the true Seth Rich theories. By planting off-the-wall theories as bait, they distract (and potentially discredit) those reporting on the matter.
As someone that listens to Hannity from time to time, I can tell you that he has never forgotten Seth Rich. He has mentioned him time and time again since his murder, only never to a degree as we’ve seen in the past two weeks. I can imagine a scenario in which someone noticed his interest level and then set out to sabotage FOX (first with an easy-to-bait local affiliate), and ultimately trap their most veteran (and most influential) voice — Hannity.
Hannity discussed Seth for a moment on his FOX program last night before diving into the witch hunt that he claims is raging against him — focussing on Media Matters’ attempt to pressure his advertisers. Cars.com and others have pulled advertising as of this afternoon. So it appears that Hannity may have been correct in his assessment of what is occurring.
Understanding that you guys may despite Hannity, what are your thoughts on the Seth Rich “trap” theory? It would explain why a DNC PR person is speaking on behalf of the family still — after a year… for a family that they are not beholden to, especially if no DNC hit was committed. That sort of ongoing representation isn’t cheap.
I’m curious about your thoughts.
I’m also curious about the primetime news ratings these days. Acknowledging that Bill O’Reilly left 4 million viewers without a home at 7pm, I cannot except that those viewers found a new home at CNN and/or MSNBC. This isn’t plausible to me — not with the division that exists in our political climate.
I hate that I’m diving even further down the rabbit hole with these theories (Hi, Adam!), but I’m beginning to trust the primetime news ratings as much as the polls that had Hillary winning the election. They all seem fabricated and/or skewed. And I’m not alone in this feeling… a friend of mine who I hadn’t discussed this subject with brought the matter up with me earlier this week. Could it simply be that nothing seems “real” anymore?
May 25, 2017 at 3:06 am #2695
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Because BuzzFeed is “News” these days…
BuzzFeed News has reached out to more than 50 companies that advertise on Hannity after he said he will continue to pursue the conspiracy theory.May 25, 2017 at 6:43 pm #2701
I just saw this on my feed…May 25, 2017 at 10:53 pm #2702
Sean predicted the above it seems:May 27, 2017 at 9:04 am #2705
It’s certainly possible some of the Seth Rich material could be a trap for conservative media, but I’m having serious doubts about that theory. I think this is an explosive story that the media and, more importantly, the Democrats don’t want covered. At all costs. The implications are too great. I mean, let’s face it, if Seth Rich was murdered for leaking the DNC e-mails, then it’s game over for the establishment (on both sides, as all are corrupt and once one domino falls…)
Hannity’s too high profile, so they can’t let him get away with it. Sends a message to other big name players: DON’T GO THERE. Same thing with “pedogate”. Some stories are just too dangerous. Unfortunately for the establishment, their days are numbered, and these defensive actions are just “buying time”. The truth will come out. And sooner than people think.
But for now, I think Hannity’s out. At Fox anyway. But Fox has been dying for awhile now. Same thing will happen to CNN, MSNBC, etc. If Hannity’s smart, he’ll go independent and take all those viewers with him. That’s the future anyway.
And yes, the ratings are bullshit. Even Alex Jones has more viewers. They just don’t want you to know that.
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