Lara Logan Defended — Lara Logan was our topic July 22 when she said cults that torture children rule the world.
She doubled down, Oct. 19, on Newsmax’s The Balance hosted by Eric Bolling. The segment concerned illegal immigration.
Ms. Logan, who had been the CBS Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent and a 60 Minutes host, said a source told her that the globalists had a plan to illegally migrate 100 million people to the US to dilute the pool of patriotism.
What a silly thing to say. Who could even imagine such? That was sarcasm.
She also said those in the World Economic Forum dine on the blood of children.
She was called an anti-semite for spreading a “blood libel” and has been banned forever from the network.
Anyway, Emerald Robinson has done a fantastic job of defending Ms. Logan, who was also accused of sprouting “Qanon” conspiracy theories because of her remarks on Newsmax.
The Q-Anon conspiracy theory is not that Joe Biden hired a gay Satanist last month as his official White House “monkeypox coordinator” because that really happened.
The Q-Anon conspiracy theory is not that an ABC News anchor was caught on video explaining how ABC News had stopped her from reporting on pedophile sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein — because you can watch that video for yourself.
The Q-Anon conspiracy theory is not that President Bill Clinton took twenty six plane flights with pedophile sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein between 2001 and 2003 just after he left office — because that actually happened too.
The Q-Anon conspiracy theory is not that that infamous pedophile sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein videotaped and blackmailed the global elites for three decades — because that actually happened too.
The Q-Anon conspiracy theory is not that the laptop of Hillary Clinton’s chief aide Huma Abedin was seized by the FBI and kept from being investigated by disgraced FBI agents like Peter Strozk who set to work undermining President Trump — since that’s obviously true.
The Q-Anon conspiracy theory is not that Democrats protected a major gay donor named Ed Buck whose favorite pastime was injecting black men with deadly doses of meth while chasing them around his apartment with an axe — because that actually happened too.
The Q-Anon conspiracy theory is not that Democrat Party politicians encourage drag queens to strip in front of schoolkids at public libraries — because that also happens to be true.
And that’s her just getting started. Check out her column on Substack.