8 thoughts on “Track and Trace fiasco – 22 Billion pounds of taxpayer money

      1. no where compares to the barbaric customs practiced by the Europeans which resulted in the genocides of Africans, peoples of the Pacific, and the Shoah.

      2. I think you will find that the practices of every race of mankind is full of barbarity, cruelty and genocide. Just read the Old Testament if you want to hear the cruelty of the Jewish people – smash out a few babies heads on rocks or sacrifice them on pyres.

  1. “The Washington Post anonymously printed fabricated quotes they knew were from a second-hand source in the office of a political enemy, couldn’t confirm the quotes with additional sourcing, still attributed them to the sitting president of the United States, used those quotes as a basis to speculate the president committed a crime, and the Democratic party would later repeatedly cite the bogus article when attempting to impeach Trump for “high crimes and misdemeanors.”

    But wait! It gets much worse. Several other major media outlets — including NBC, ABC, USA Today, PBS, and CNN — “confirmed” the fabricated quotes from the Post’s anonymous source by, get this, citing their own anonymous sources. … With Trump gone, we are still stuck with a media that regularly reports things that aren’t true, let alone wholly fabricated as part of some political operation, and this misinformation plays a major role in shaping political and world events. They will then claim they are accountable because two months after the fact, and long after perceptions were hardened, they ran a correction on an anonymously sourced report they never should have run in the first place,” – columnist Mark Hemingway on The Washington Post’s admission that its Jan. 9th bombshell report about what President Trump reportedly said on a phone call to the Georgia elections investigator, which it headlined “‘Find the fraud,” was untrue. (The Federalist, Mar. 16, 2021)

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