Madness: Journalists Circulate Conspiratorial Claims Against DHS Doc Claiming It Has Nazi Code

Jake Baker  ·  July 01, 2018  ·  Featured, Opinion, Elections, Foreign Policy, Obama Regime, Immigration, Constitution, Left Wing Ideology, Leftist Bullies

By: Dr. Jake Baker - TapWires News Service

In the land of journalism, this unfortunately passes as normal.  Not just one or two or even three but multiple journalists were pushing a "conspiracy theory" on Twitter that shows the true depth of the group-think mob insanity that drives the demoniacs who call themselves reporters.   It concerns a document from the Department of Homeland Security which these loons say contains "Nazi Code."  If this were a joke it would be a bad one.  But when this is what passes for journalism it is horrifying. Five words ... just five words concoct a conspiracy for these in the twisted minds of these dolts. 


This bit of madness references a press release from DHS titled “We Must Secure The Border And Build The Wall To Make America Safe Again” and was released in February of this year.  At the time it attracted little attention that is until the inmates at the journalistic looney bin decided to make innocent words into a deep dark secret white supremacist conspiracy modeled after the supremacist slogan which bears a few words in common and comprised of "Fourteen Words" ... “We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children.”

So here are the words in common, We Must Secure, and, the.  That's it 5 words that convey the central theme of the Trump campaign - border security, the Wall, and legal immigration.   Only the darkness born of TRD - Trump Derangement Syndrome could possibly arrive at this insane conclusion.  Maybe while we are building the wall we might want to throw in a few more mental health clinics.   

Journalists, Insanity, Conspiracy Theory, Trump Derangement Syndrome, Department of Homeland Security, Kristjen Nielsen, Nazi Code

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