You're Being Sold to the Highest Bidder

Paul Sakuma

We need to dispel some myths about the kind of society we live in today and the main one is how much trust you put into anything.

There was a time when a conspiracy theorist was considered the craziest person in the room. Yet, time and again, they prove to be the ones who seem the sanest. This, of course, is the fault of a Washington leadership that has more interest in obtaining power at the cost of trust than actually being representatives of the people.

Hiding the truth from the populace comes as naturally to them as breathing. Case in point, the vaccines that were pushed on the people ended up having detrimental effects on people while doing absolutely nothing to curb the spread of a virus that had a survival rate in the upper 90th percentile.

We figured out the vaccines didn’t work long before the government effectively admitted that it doesn’t actually stop the spread of the virus, yet it continues to lie straight to our faces about their efficacy in reducing symptoms.

At the time, people who pointed this out were labeled as spreaders of misinformation and/or conspiracy theorists. The label became more and more prominent as people began narrowing down the origin of the virus to a lab in Wuhan. When people suggested Dr. Anthony Fauci might even have a connection, people were willing and ready to paint them as a lunatic fringe.

And yet.

(READ: New NIH Letter Again Confirms That Fauci Lied, Funding Went To Wuhan Lab; Cancels Funding of Grant)

Fauci was getting kickbacks from pharmaceutical companies as uncovered in a document obtained by a FOIA request. Within, we can see that cash flowed to and from the NIH from these companies and had an effect on what studies received grants:

Last year, the National Institutes of Health – Anthony Fauci’s employer – doled out $30 billion in government grants to roughly 56,000 recipients. That largess of taxpayer money buys a lot of favor and clout within the scientific, research, and healthcare industries.

However, in our breaking investigation, we found hundreds of millions of dollars in payments also flow the other way. These are royalty payments from third-party payers (think pharmaceutical companies) back to the NIH and individual NIH scientists.

We estimate that between fiscal years 2010 and 2020, more than $350 million in royalties were paid by third-parties to the agency and NIH scientists – who are credited as co-inventors.

Because those payments enrich the agency and its scientists, each and every royalty payment could be a potential conflict of interest and needs disclosure.

Big Pharma made billions and billions off of the COVID-19 vaccine, a vaccine you didn’t want or need but were nearly forced to inject into your body via government order. Even AOC is getting in on the act.

Now, let’s take a look at the latest “current thing,” the abominable gas stove.

According to a “study,” gas stoves are responsible for harming your children and causing asthma in 12 percent of the nation’s kids! The problem is so bad that now the Biden administration is looking into a nationwide ban of them.

As The Heartland Institute wrote here on RedState on Wednesday, this “study” wasn’t a study, it was a cherry-picked project that tried to pass off correlation as causation.

It’s actually a grift with the purpose of making money. As reported by, the “study” is attached to a company called RMI, which makes its money converting buildings from gas to electric.

The Democrat Party seems to have gone whole-hog on this idea that we have to eliminate gas stoves tomorrow, so one has to ask…who in Washington is making money off of all this? Judging by the reaction to the news about gas stoves by elected Democrats on Twitter, we can make some pretty decent guesses.

This antiquated idea that the government, our media, or anyone who stands to make money can be trusted needs to be thrown out the window. These aren’t your friends. These are businesses filled with men and women seeking to make as much money as they can. If that means complicating your life and shoving things on you that you don’t want or need, then so be it.

The conspiracy theorists aren’t the people in the room you shouldn’t trust the most anymore. Now it’s elected officials, unelected officials, and anyone approaching them with the idea of making a little bit of cash on the side.


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