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Are Virus Trad Skojec & Virus "Conservative" Michael Savage Backtracking?

Are coronavirus panic propagandists Francis traditionalist Steve Skojec and so-called conservative pro-abortion eugenicist Michael Savage backtracking as more evidence is showing that "65 million" aren't going to die due to the virus.

On January 24, Savage was one of the first to promote the panic hysteria claiming that "65 million [will be] wiped out" by the coronavirus in a Savage Nation podcast.

On February 9, Skojec was one of the first Catholics to promote the panic hysteria by posting a link in Twitter to a coronavirus scare video of Alex Jones' protege Paul Joseph Watson.

On January 24, in The Alex Jones Show, a guy who calls himself the Heath Ranger, Mike Adams, with a scare videos like the one Skojec posted running in the background as he talked promoted the panic and said the Bill and Melissa Gates models show "65 million deaths will occur globally from a very similar strain of the coronavirus" which is the same number that Savage advertised.
(The Alex Jones Show, "Learn the Secrets of the Coronavirus Outbreak Who's Behind it," January 24, 2020, 1:20:57- 1:21:02)

It appears that Savage, Adams and Jones were all reading from the same script.

Was the panic a coordinated and synchronized media effort begun by the apparent controlled opposition "conservatives": Savage, Adams and Jones as a trial balloon which very soon afterwards was made into a full-blown hysteria by the media and the liberals?

Vladimir Lenin said "The best way to control the opposition is to lead it ourselves."
(Urban Dictionary, "Controlled Opposition")

Savage, who coincidentally is a frequent guest on The Alex Jones Show, helped promote the unconstitutional coronavirus lockdowns while Skojec helped
promote the unconstitutional banning of public Masses.

It appears that the Savage/Skojec crediblity and believability is coming apart at the seams now that their belief that the new virus is the Black Plague which needs the unconstitutional totalitarian lockdowns and banning of the Mass is not going to happen.

It is obvious that 65 million people aren't going to die.

Even the other biggest coronavirus  propagandist Anthony Fauci's prophecies of approximately 2 million deaths in a few weeks has apparently gone down to around 200,000 and just recently less than 100,000. In another week, it may be less than 50,000. A few years ago, the flu killed 80,000.

All of a sudden, "65 million wiped out" due the virus Savage who is a pro-abortion eugenicist probably is finding less and less conservatives are buying that he is a conservative.

His solution is to start attacking his follow traveler coronavirus propagandist Fauci calling him a "grandstander" and the "P.T. Barnum" of the virus.

Suddenly, the apparent Fauci death toll prediction worshiper Skojec is probably finding that less and less traditionalists are buying that he is a traditionalist.

So, today Skojec decided to finally let someone write a post on his One Peter Five blog who supports ending the Skojec promoted banning of the Mass.

Hopefully, it's a too little, too late for the propaganda operations of Savage and Skojec.

Hopefully, conservatives realize that a pro-abortion eugenicist is more of a liberal than a conservative despite the double talk.

Hopefully, traditionalists realize that someone who so actively supports the seamless garment Francis bishops in their banning of Masses as "pro-life" is more a liberal than a traditionalist despite the double talk.

Pray an Our Father now for the restoration of the Mass and the Church as well as for the Triumph of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

Also, pray an Our Father now for President Trump to get the grace to do God's will in this present crisis.

Comments

Debbie said…
Oops....turns out Ann was right yet again. As was Mark Docherty, Frank Walker and our host here. Any Catholic still reading, or worse supporting 1P5 has got to be.....seriously lacking in _____?
Aqua said…
I have never minded those with different opinions, seek them out if they are of good will. I respect the struggle we all face in trying to figure things out - frequently we all get it wrong from time to time.

I do mind those who block and make every effort to exclude and shut down certain opinions as inadmissible in public - those of a “bad will”.

Life is too short, the stakes are too high and the marketplace choices are too many to submit to anyone who will not engage in spiritual and intellectual inquiry, using their space to block and ban and ridicule and beat down,

Steve Skojec is wrong on many things. I don’t mind wrong. Steve Skojec insists he is right and won’t broach dissent. I very much mind that. Which is why he is wrong so much more lately than in the past, that is why I stopped caring and listening and reading him long ago.

Catholics, of all people, should be humble, merciful and respectful to all souls in their search for God. I seek such people out in real life; no less in the life of informational blogs (and the real people behind them).
utahagen said…
Aqua, that's how I feel about Skojek: he's obnoxious and views anyone who disagrees with about anything as a foe. He was dead wrong about this fake pandemic, yet every step of the way he dug his heels in.
No doubt Skojec is engineering a fabulous response to come out soon, with faux humility and mea culpas that assert he was doing so out of an abundance of caution, innocent trust in the models, real fear for elderly relatives and so on.

He's quite good at the PR end of damage control, which is why he has lasted this long. However, having carefully read his work for years, one can see how he fishes for followers with the trad schtick, then seeds doubt, and then pronounces judgment on his hapless readers.
Alumnus said…
Over the past several months, I have come to greatly distrust Skojek. He's been a bully and beats over the head anyone who disagrees with him. This is anything but Christian behavior. If we are without charity, we have nothing. I've also been suspecting he's playing for the other team. By their fruits you shall know them. Something is rancid here.
Aqua said…
@Alumnus

Without love (Charity - the highest theological virtue) I am nothing.

All the other stuff, (being right, having answers, numbers of blog followers), the stuff we see and so often use as a measuring stick, all good and fine in and of themselves. But ... without Charity? Dung. Worth as much as a pile of dung.

13 Though I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, and have not charity, I am become as sounding brass, or a tinkling cymbal.

2 And though I have the gift of prophecy, and understand all mysteries, and all knowledge; and though I have all faith, so that I could remove mountains, and have not charity, I am nothing.

3 And though I bestow all my goods to feed the poor, and though I give my body to be burned, and have not charity, it profiteth me nothing.

Even if we understand all “mysteries and knowledge” ... figure it all out; we are the go-to blog for answers ...doesn’t matter. The answers, correct, or not, are dung without Charity.

And gaining Charity, in a meaningful, true, practical way, is the project of a lifetime. Charity first. Gifts and evidence second.

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