Always accuse your enemy of what you’re guilty of doing. Biden administration floats bizarre false flag theory (they are the experts, after all)

Tyler S. Farley

After the fake FBI-created kidnapping plot of Governor Whitmer and the January 6th instigators turning out to be mostly undercover agents, the Biden administration probably does know a lot about false flag operations.

So of course a day wouldn’t be complete without them going back to that well, but this time accusing Russia instead of their usual target which is Trump supporters.

In a bizarre press briefing that so was so absurd, even the friendly mainstream media was forced to push back, Ned Price of the State Department peddled theories that would make Alex Jones blush.

You can see the exchange below, which is quite unusual in this era of coddling by the media towards the Biden administration.

The worst part about the entire episode is how Ned Price has the audacity to suggest anyone who doesn’t believe him must be under the spell of Russian propaganda.

Ned Price of the State Department to a U.S. reporter:

“If you doubt the credibility of the U.S. government, of the British government, of other governments and want to, you know, find solace in information that the Russians are putting out, that is for you to do,”

So basically, the position of the State Department is that if you don’t believe the government, you are falling for Russian propaganda.



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