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Two Videos Every American Should See

Two Videos Every American Should See

Do you have 30 minutes of time to learn about some of the most important issues facing our nation today? If you care at all about human freedom or the direction of the narratives being told to us in modern times, it is vitally important that you stop to watch these two videos. Links to both are shared below. I thought about writing articles on each of these events recorded, even just writing direct transcripts of the information stated, but after a great deal of thought on the matter I believe it is best for each individual to take the time to see the actual videos for themselves. 

Here are links to two videos that I believe are essential viewing for every American. Watch these as soon as you can, copy and share the links to your family and friends if possible. We need to continue to share the truth of the matters before us, as that is all that we can reasonably do for the moment.

The first video is of a doctor speaking out about mask mandates and vaccination efforts to parents at a public school meeting. This video has already gone viral, with well over a million views in the short time after it was published. Here’s a link to watch the information he has to share:

The link is valid at the time of posting, but it could be removed in the future. If the video is removed from here, try searching ‘mt. vernon school board meeting’.

The second video is from the Cyber Symposium in Sioux Falls, where you can hear a condensed and well presented view of what has happened between the election of 2020, the coronavirus pandemic, and the threat of communism from China and the CCP to our freedom, law and order here in the United States. Here’s a link to this video, which should remain online as it is from Rumble. It has over 500,000 views so far at the time of this post, but more people should be seeing this to have a better understanding of what has happened here. 

Keep an open mind, question everything and never lose hope and faith for the future. Step by step.

About The Author

Jacob Machine

A human who works like a machine for the future of nature, technology and the freedom to dream. As a Constitutionalist turned Republican over the years from being a former Democrat, Jacob shares a wide range of viewpoints that is impossible to place into any box of modern thought. With a deep passion for creativity and a love for the foundational values of the United States, Jacob's vision here is to inspire a world of free market capitalism across the globe where humanity can be free to think and produce as they see fit. For the individual, for our families and for God. Jacob Machine currently has 5 albums of self produced music, 3 published books and has directed 2 feature length films. Always working to bring more dreams to reality every single day. His most recent book, Understanding 2020: An American Journal is a day by day analysis and reflection of the events of the year 2020. He started writing the book on January 1st of the year, having no idea or conception of what was to come in the days ahead of the time. An essential read for anyone concerned with the time. His most recent movie, Shirt Happens, is about a suicidal boy who comes home from work to fall asleep. In a dream, different aspects of his personality talk and convince him as to why he shouldn't kill himself and to keep working. The movie is a dark comedy, designed to show how anyone has the capability of learning to laugh at their own pain. Machine music can be found on all streaming platforms as M4CH1N3. Machine movies can be found for free to stream on Youtube. Machine books can be purchased on Amazon as Jacob Machine. His motto: "Don't look up to me. Don't look up to any human. I only desire to inspire all of you to become the best you that you can be. Work to make you true". Discover the future today https://linktr.ee/jacobmachine3 IG @jacobmachine3

26 Comments

  1. Ben

    Jacob,
    I have to admit that I was disappointed that my emergency alert system notification didn’t go off Wednesday. I’m even more disappointed that trump hasn’t been reinstated or mass arrests or public executions… nothing.
    But as long as we are talking about educating yourself via the internet, you should know who Mike Lindell is getting his “information” from;
    Dennis Lee Montgomery (born 1953) is an American software designer and former medical technician who sold to federal officials computer programs he claimed would decode secret Al-Qaeda messages hidden in Al Jazeera broadcasts and identify terrorists based on Predator drone videos.[1] A 2010 Playboy investigation called Montgomery “The man who conned the Pentagon”, saying he won millions in federal contracts for his supposed terrorist-exposing intelligence software.[2] The software was later reported to have been an elaborate hoax and Montgomery’s former lawyer called him a “con artist” and “habitual liar engaged in fraud”.[3]
    This is who you are putting your faith in.

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    • Orville

      Ben stfu. You annoy real Americans with your bullshit

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      • Ben

        Orville,
        That was rude. I assure you, I am a real American.

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      • Nitpicker

        Don’t reward him Orville. It’s like giving crack to a crack whore.

        Reply
  2. frank stetson

    At this point I conclude that Mr. Machine is a lousy journalist and an advocate of spreading misinformation. This article is BUSTED.

    Mr Machine’s lackluster journalism results in yet another piece of unsupported, unverified, misinformation. He does not vet sources; he does not check his facts, he does not use multiple sources. Apparently, going viral is good enough to be the truth. The mob is always right.

    I barely broke a sweat before I debunked Stock. The second tape is from the pillow guy’s cyber event where his own expert said his data is crap, he bought if from a fraud artist. I had to quit because I refuse to dig through a pile of manure looking for a few kernels of corn. Mr. Machine prints manure with wild abandon. If it’s out there, if it’s been copied, he’s ready to accept it as long as it fits his paradigm. He tells us “Keep an open mind, question everything.” Perhaps he should give it a try before he piles up the manure. This article is shit, plain and simple.

    Who is Dr Stock. He’s an Indiana U alumnus without a WIKI page. He’s a doctor with a few patient reviews. Stock started with saying masks are useless because covid aerosol particles are too small to be captured. He cited many references in support which actually contradict him. Brilliant. Other sources he used have been retracted, but he used them anyway. More brilliance. CDC and The New England Journal of Medicine say Stock is wrong, he is BOGUS. Now the Journal did say masks slow the spread, don’t necessarily completely stop it because while larger droplets are the major cause, they can dehydrate and aerosol themselves. People also like to pull them down off the nose and pretend they are mouth breathers. To see mask effectiveness, look to South Korea and other Asian nations that stopped the spread with masking, contact tracing, social distancing, and hand washing. They are a text book model for masks working. But Mr. Machine just copies and pastes, he does not have an open mind, he questions nothing that his blogosphere tells him. Like the vaccine, masks are not perfect. If you wear a paper mask in a sea of infected people while doing jazzercise, yeah, you can catch covid. Stock explodes the possible beyond probable and into factual truth be Stock is totally wrong given context. It can happen but rarely does IOW. Stock and Mr. Machine take it out of context to spread fear rather than explain the nuances yielding his false conclusion. COVID-19 is most often transmitted through larger droplets, these droplets can also “dehydrate and linger as ‘droplet nuclei’ in the air where they behave like an aerosol,” according to the New England Journal of Medicine. The aerosols could still pass through a paper or clothe mask, but these masks slow the spread of the coronavirus. FYI – N95’s stops the aerosols too, Stock and Mr. Machine’s closed minds seem to miss that one. Point is to aerosol-ize via dehydration, one must factor in hang time, humidity, air movement, temperature, and the human interaction. Its rare. Instead, Stock basically says it always happens when the truth is, with all those factors, it rarely happens.

    Stock said vaccines cause the immune system to “become deranged?” This is true for all the vaccines you have ever taken but with such low possibilities against the value as to render it a very stupid reason not to vaccinate. Stock should know this, I think he uses other vaccines. Like 1 out of 100,000 might have this happen and most of these go on with their lives. If you catch covid, you have a higher chance of dying than getting this harm from any vaccine, including this one. Sources confirming that include Indiana University and US FDA. Remember, this is an issue which happens pretty fast. There are billions of these shots in people’s arms. Billions. And we have heard crickets on this, no different than any other vaccine.

    Then he said the vaccine might cause you to get an enhanced cased of covid. This is just pure misinformation.

    He claims the vaccine does not stop the infection. Come on Mr. Machine, what are you drinking. No vaccine is 100%. Seasonal flu vaccine is lucky to be 50% effective. No thinking person would say anything beyond the fact that these vaccines are safe, they are highly effective, and we can see them working as Delta rages through the country and the unvaccinated end up in the hospital. Over 1,000 died yesterday as Mr. Machine prints this fabrication to serve Mr. Machine’s personal needs to appear relevant. You aren’t, you are a sham journalist with an agenda.

    At this point, I have to stop. Mr. Machine is asking us to paw through his cow dung looking for a kernel of corn. I say eat your own shit. Do the work. If you’re going to publish, then be accurate. Use multiple sources. Vet your sources. Check your facts. Just copying shit doesn’t make it smell better, it makes it smell worse.

    This article smells to high heavens.

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    • Nitpicker

      “…asking us to paw through his cow dung looking for a kernel of corn. I say eat your own shit.”

      So Frank, you DO indeed know why I refuse to read your endless, mindless crap.

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    • Nitpicker

      I think we’ve all had it with your conclusions, wonderings, musings, etc. No one cares frank.

      Reply
  3. Ben

    Jacob,
    I was hoping for some Day After Reinstatement sales ( kinda like day after Christmas sales). I have found none. It’s almost as disappointing as no reinstatement. I feel so duped. I really thought it was going to happen this time.
    I’ve lost faith in the plan.

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  4. Ben

    The supposed evidence was described by one of Lindell’s own experts as a “turd.”

    O’Sullivan brought election security expert Harri Hursti to Lindell’s event to analyze anything he produced.

    “We expected a huge pile of data which we wouldn’t be able to understand and how it can be evidence,” Hursti said. “We didn’t expect there’s no pile of anything.”

    Well, Mike still swears the Supreme Court will unanimously rule in trumps favor. I for one, am holding my breath. Super excited!

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  5. Mac Ewing

    Ben you and Frank are two whining pricks. You posted about tragedy during your service as a firefighter. I doubt that story.

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    • Ben

      Mac,
      I’m sorry, Who are you?
      I can admire your sense of self importance. It’s cute how you think I give a damn about what you think. Doubt away.

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  6. Joe S Bruder

    The first video is gone, and I’m damned sure not going looking for it.

    The second video states that there were entries into a log of some sort, but doesn’t explain what that log is, what the entries are for, how many, and he doesn’t show it. Then he states that in November 2020 the DOD, intelligence community, even NASA (WTF???), US National Laboratories (again, WTF????), cyber security companies and other private lawfirms came together to investigate the election. Except for the half-dozen lawyers (and I use that term loosely) that Trump hired, those groups most assuredly did not join any investigation.Only Trump and his “lawyers” were pushing for investigation, and 60-some lawsuits got thrown out for LACK OF EVIDENCE. Not because they were Democrat-controlled judges (many were appointed by Republicans or Trump himself), not because they wouldn’t listen to the evidence, but because the judges pointedly asked “do you have evidence of wrongdoing” and his lawyers backed down because they knew they could lose their law licenses if they lied about the evidence.

    He then calls up the obligatory conspiracy theories about Dominion (and I hope he gets sued for even more), and at the end some guy states that election machines are designed to be connected to the internet. At the very best, that’s misleading. They might be able to download a code update over the internet, but there is no access during voting. Machines are tested by the local election boards, locked up and guarded until the election, and locked up after the election results have been tabulated. The idiots involved in the “fraudit” in Arizona tried to get the keys for the machines, and were told “Absolutely not”. It’s bad enough that they had unsupervised control of ballots, but officials weren’t about to let a Mickey-Mouse conspiracy-believing company get control over ANY voting machines.

    Next he looks at the Beshear race in KY… claims that 560 votes were switched (which isn’t necessarily an official vote total – more likely there was chaos in the newsroom that was displaying the totals), and the narrator says “the race was decided by a little over 5000 votes, so this one switch represents 25% of the total”… uh, basic math tells me it’s 10% of the total… Also, the vote totals were re-canvassed, and mail in votes were checked. The loser also had the opportunity to ask for a recount, but chose not to. The vote difference was .4%, usually a recount is automatic if the difference is less than .1%. But if the loser thinks the result was fair (at least fair enough not to contest it) why are conspiracy theorists using this as an example of fraud?

    At this point, I gave up and started scanning through… OK, a woman, supposedly an elections supervisor, writing on ballots. Presumably, she’s playing around and testing the machine before the election, or she’d be breaking the law (and probably is anyway, by letting a third party in without a group of supervisors… OK… insinuation that George Soros was the money behind all the alleged fraud, CHECK… Insinuation that the Chinese have a hand in the alleged fraud, CHECK… a lot of general paranoia about the Democrats colluding with shadowy groups, CHECK… Summation, scary talk about the takeover of the government, CHECK…

    Although no mention of voting places getting removed from Democratic areas, reductions of voting or registration schedules, people getting removed from the voting rolls at the last minute, or anything about Trump’s coup attempt on Jan 6th…

    So, nothing there to mildly persuade me that something is wrong, much less strong evidence of wrongdoing.

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  7. frank stetson

    Mac, thanks for the shout out. I can understand why you feel we are whining pricks. It makes perfect sense.

    So glad you backed it up in a way anyone can see your point. I think we all get it now.

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    • Mac Ewing

      Frank you, Ben and Joe are proof that stupidity can’t be fixed

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  8. frank stetson

    Mac, thanks for the shout out. I can understand why you feel we are stupid whining pricks. It’s who you are, it’s your best argument.

    So glad you backed it up in a way anyone can see you for what you are. Like the famous quote: “If the facts are against you, argue the law. If the law is against you, argue the facts. If the law and the facts are against you, pound the table and yell like hell”

    You have no facts, all you can yell are names. Apparently you see these tapes as your truth and anyone who shows you they are not, you can only attempt to demean with your uncreative name calling.

    Keep “yelling like hell,” it’s all you gots.

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    • La Kuhn

      Gots? You must be a colored boy.

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      • Ben

        La,
        That’s what I love about this site, y’all feel free, and Larry doesn’t seem to mind you letting you racist and bigoted opinions to flow freely. With each post, you guys disprove Larry’s assertion that there’s no real racism anymore because a couple of white guys came to his grandson’s memorial.

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  9. frank stetson

    If you see a boy, you better tip him a dollar.

    La Kuhn talks like a racist; it’s all its gots.

    Really people, if you are going to name call, if you want to exercise your racist, homophobic, xenophobic muscles, at least have some panache, some creativity. This is a droll mockery, a weak tea you are serving up.

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    • Dan Tyree

      I didn’t see any racist comments. That’s just a tired old way to shame people that don’t roll with the commiecrats. I have been called racist a lot on these sites and I’m damned proud of it. And if a person is racist it’s nobody’s business. I really don’t care if I or Mac or anyone else is. But I have strong evidence that racism is alive and well in the commiecrat party

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      • Joseph S. Bruder

        Dan, I hope you work for yourself. “Dan Tyree” doesn’t sound like a made-up name, and most companies won’t keep openly racist employees. It reflects poorly on their reputation. Thanks to Republicans, companies can fire at will, without cause (so called, “right to work” legislation). . You don’t sound like the kind of guy who would join a union either…

        And even if you work for yourself, sometimes internet stuff like this gets to your customers…. and suddenly, they decide they don’t want to do business with you either.

        Of course, you’re probably a high-risk candidate to get COVID-Delta, and a 2% or more chance of dying from that. So, it may not matter if you lose your job or your customers. Just keep your insurance premiums paid, so the wife and kids are taken care of…

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        • Dan Tyree

          Joe I hate to burst your bubble but I was a union man for several years. But my work place closed and I had to work nonunion. I was also Vice President of my local and served on the safety committee. And I still believe in the concept of organized labor. But many of my fellow members were republicans. And the rest were mostly conservative democrats. But labor unions are getting too socialist and destroying themselves. And yes, Dan Tyree isn’t a made up name. I was a democrat until they started to become too liberal. Like Reagan, I didn’t leave them. They left me. If they were still the party of Kennedy and Truman I would still be with them. By the way, one of my bosses would fire an employee if he found out that they were a democrat. I didn’t like that. I respect all working people. So there tis.

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  10. frank stetson

    Of course you don’t Dan. First sign you need better training….. When someone says: “You must be a colored boy,” you just can’t see racism all over that? L e t m e t a l k s l o w so you can better understand. Boy is how the slave masters used to call their property when men could be bought and sold. Colored is a demeaning way to indicate Black. Kind of stupid, just like a racist, since everyone is colored. But it’s the meaning behind the meaning, the intent, that matters. So, when someone hails me as if they were my owner, a slave holder, from our dark and evil past, yeah Dan, that’s racist. Hard to believe you could not recognize that; seek help in understanding. I mean it’s one thing to be a racist, it’s another to be a stupid racist and not even know what you are doing. Guess that’s what forms “systematic racism,” guess you can’t see that either.

    Always has been, always will be.

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    • Dan Tyree

      Ok Frank. So the NAACP should remove “colored “ from the name of the organization. All jokes aside, I post shit like that to get leftist that still love and honor kkk Byrd and his memory. I know. He stopped that shit several years ago. So why does people get “canceled “ over something that they said or did several years ago? Here’s another fact for you. I have 12% African in my dna. That explains why I love watermelon

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  11. frank stetson

    It was 1909 when NAACP was named and, amazingly, things can change. I am sure they were pass on that today. Also, and perhaps you missed this, the term was “colored boy.” as in “you must be a colored boy.” In context it probably would be taken differently than the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.

    Actually 12% doesn’t explain your, or anyone’s, liking of Watermelon or the fact that billions of Caucasian’s do. (or maybe it does :>) And yes, Byrd changed, but it was never forgotten. Although most don’t hold your grudge unless, like you, they use it as a cudgel to hammer home another disassociated point. But 12% does mean you are totally black, and since right-wing confederate, I mean conservative, sorry, it means you are very confused.

    POINT IS: who cares. I judge you by your words, and more so, by your actions. So, see ya on Arlington Ave, time to put your mouth where your money is. Cuz you have a filthy mouth and I would love to see you give it a real workout. l

    As to why do some get cancelled, others not. Why do some get forgiven, others not.

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    • Dan Tyree

      Yes senator sheets was forgiven but not forgotten. Rapist Bill Clinton touched on it during his eulogy. And he was the senate majority leader for the commiecrats. Systematic racism? Your party is eaten up with it. I have watched for years while your party claims that blacks are too stupid to have picture ID for voting. Is that supposed to keep them on the reservation? And that’s only part of my observations I post things to rile you and your two comrades and it works

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  12. frank stetson

    And yet the article still sucks no matter what different topic you decide to toss up to divert the discussion. Keep those lame names coming, sooner or later, you might get a good one. But not yet. Pretty weak stuff.

    I read the news today, oh boy
    About a stupid man who skipped the vax
    And though the news was rather sad
    Well, I just had to laugh
    He was a conservative

    He blew his lungs out in a tube
    He didn’t notice that the game had changed
    The ragged right just stood and stared
    They’d seen his face before
    Every day there’s more and more

    I saw a film today, oh boy
    The Vaccination Army had just won the war
    A crowd of people said no way
    They said it was a rook
    Hannity speaks the truth
    I’d love to turn you on

    Woke up, fell out of bed
    Dragged a comb across my head
    Found my way downstairs and drank a cup
    And looking up, I noticed I was late
    Found my coat and grabbed my hat
    Made the bus in seconds flat
    Found my way upstairs and had a smoke
    And somebody spoke and I went into a dream

    I read the news today, oh boy
    Six hundred fifty thousand dead across America
    And though the chances were rather small
    I had to count them all
    Now we know how many bodies it takes before you heed the expert’s call
    I’d love to turn you on

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