Getting harder to believe what we’re told
Is it real or is it fake? What do we believe any more?
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The first relieving message out the False Alarm debacle was the message from Hawaii Representative Tulsi Gabbard.
I’m relieved that at least Tulsi was on her job protecting us from further unnecessary serious stress.
Mahalo to Tulsi for doing a great job, it will not be forgotten when we cast our next vote for her.
Tulsi is Akamai…!
Whatever the reason, whoever the benefactors, this just doesn’t sound like it was unintentional… And I’m having a harder and harder time believing that this employee even exists.
False flag anyone….???
Somebody should investigate whether or not Miyagi receives a nice “retirement package” somewhere down the road…
“I’m relieved that at least Tulsi was on her job protecting us from further unnecessary serious stress.”
Ahhh…Tulsipoo, being a typical politician, just jumped on the bandwagon long after we all knew it was a bogus alert. At least those with half a brain. DOH!
Frankly, there’s not much of anything the government–local, state and federal–says that can be relied on as truthful.
Gary Hooser, Ashley Lukens and the Center For Food Safety are a prime example of fake news reporting.