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The TruNews team, back from a 10-day break adopted a cautionary tone in today’s show. They expressed concern that the justifiable anger of people might boil over into violence but also that there were voices that might be encouraging this
In particular, they referred to the recent thread of tweets by attorney, Lin Wood. While it goes along with what they have been saying for a long time about the Epstein scandal.
In particular, they said that if Lin Wood has particular evidence he should present it now and not holding out the carrot of a future release of information.
BREAKING POINT USA: WILL DESPERATE TRUMP SUPPORTERS SNAP ON JANUARY 6?
Today on TruNews, we discuss the looming showdown in DC, as tens of thousands of President Trump’s most loyal supporters, some armed, travel from all over the nation to protest Congress’ certification of the 2020 election for Joe Biden.
We also address the extraordinary statements by Attorney Lucian Lincoln Wood, regarding the execution of Vice President Mike Pence for treason, a hidden child sex sacrifice blackmail operation in the beltway, and an alleged recording of him claiming to be the Second Coming of Christ.
Lastly, we share tweets by Patrick Byrne, claiming war is a possible recourse for Americans unwilling to accept a fraudulent election.
Rick Wiles, Doc Burkhart, Matt Skow, Edward Szall. Airdate 1/4/2021
Watch the broadcast HERE
They also referred to this item which could be an unjustified attack on Wood but pointed out that an affidavit by his former law partners carries equal weight in law to the affidavits made to him and Sidney Powell.
The former law partners of pro-Trump lawyer L. Lin Wood say that he claimed he “might actually be” the second coming of Jesus Christ in a recorded conversation.
The bizarre claim was made in legal brief submitted last week by Nicole Wade, Jonathan Grunberg and Taylor Wilson, who were all law partners with Wood before starting their own firm and entering into a flurry of legal battles with their former colleague earlier this year. News of the brief was first revealed in a Thursday report from Law & Crime. In addition to hinting that he might be Christ, Wood also allegedly argued that he personally represented a host of other Biblical figures.
“You’re sitting with Lin Wood. Or has the second coming already started?” Wood is quoted as saying in the brief. “Maybe I’m already here. You want to take the risk that you might be wrong. And I might actually be Christ coming back for a second time in the form of an imperfect man, elevating Christ consciousness.”
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They also referenced this video made by Miles Guo referring to a Mr. Cobra with close ties to the CCP. According to Edward Szall Patrick Byrne fits the bill with what is being described in the video.
None of this was meant as an attack on either Lin Wood or Patrick Byrne but a call to be cautious and to be careful with information we are presented and to be careful of people who claim to have secret inside information that they are unwilling to divulge.
When it comes to Miles Guo it comes down to the same thing. He is claiming special information but is also withholding information that would allow us to confirm or deny what he is saying. For that matter, we do know very little about the background of Mr. Guo other than what he himself says.
In general, we are living in a time of ‘Deep Fake’ and have to be cautious in dealing with information that comes our way.
In general, I agree that when we look at information and analysing it we should come up with a range of possible interpretations rather than choosing a particular source and naively believing every word that comes out of their lips.
For what it is worth I don’t go along 100% with what Rick Wiles says about Hal Turner. Their caution is absolutely justified but each story has to be taken on its own merits. It is up to US to determine what might be true and what is not.
That is my own 2 cents worth.