The Great Reset is Real! Confirmed by Droopy Al Franken on CNN!
In the twisted timeline we find ourselves, absolutely nothing surprises me anymore. Look, there are several things I never thought I'd see happen. I never imagined we'd be told to accept the existence of an infinite list of genders. I never thought I'd see teachers enjoying drag show lap dances from their male students. And I never thought a ruling elite would attempt to cram communism down on the American people.
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Alex Jones—famous for, among other things, his theory about the frogs turning gay—was on the show recently to talk about The Great Reset, and it was crazy. The man had his ducks in a row, albeit in little tinfoil hats. He brought documents and everything! I was throwing newspaper clippings on the wall and connecting seemingly unrelated events together with red yarn before he was even finished.
But just as the frogs are indeed flying pride flags, so too, it seems, The Great Reset is a thing. And it is happening. And we should all be concerned.
In an appearance on CNN, former Democratic Senator Al Franken, who you might remember resigned in disgrace after several sexual misconduct allegations, let the cat out of the bag.
"You're right, Thanksgiving dinner is going to be more expensive, and-and gas prices—Americans really care about that. But they're also going to care about, y'know, in Europe on childcare, uh, --the average European country puts $14,000 into each child supplementing their parents to do childcare, in the United States it's $500. That is going--that's going to save a tremendous amount of money for parents. And it's going to free up parents to go to work."
Things will be more expensive. You'll be paying more for everyday items. But the government is going to take your children all day, every day so you can go to work to pay for all of it.
But the government shouldn't be raising our children. They're the last people I want even near my children. But it's all part of a larger scheme.
An advertisement by the World Economic Forum for their utopian vision of the future really drives the point home, but you're going to have to watch to believe it. You're not going to like it. I guarantee that much.