February 11, 2014
Super Bowl Fans Want TSA Administered Proctology Exams.
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As Infowars continues their in depth coverage of the mass mental illness conditioning of the Super Bowl, they take to the streets in New York City to ask Super Bowl fans what freedoms they are willing to sacrifice in order to feel safe. They also cover the gestapo-like police state that is surrounding New York and New Jersey, and rapidly becoming the new normal throughout the rest of the United States.
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In an extraordinary display of stupidity, NFL fans show just how decadent and foolish they really are. Infowars asks a list of meaningless questions about the NFL and the Super Bowl with almost complete accuracy from the fans answers. They then ask important and pertinent questions focusing on the Bill of Rights and The US Constitution and receive nothing more than hesitant mumbles and blank stares proving just how absent-minded and dangerous these people really are. - Watch now
As Super Bowl fans scream and cheer for their favorite team, Infowars points out how useful this passion could be if it was used for something with meaning and purpose. The United States has already slipped under the control of a tyrannical government and the longer we continue to allow our minds and souls to be controlled by others the worse our situation is going to become. Infowars also points out the symbolism used during the half time show, such as the spinning pyramids being blasted on all the screens. - Watch now
As the Super Bowl comes to an end, freedom and liberty in America follows close behind. - Watch now
The Infowars crew were filming a report across the street from the Hyperion Treatment Plant in Los Angeles. The crew was told by the plant's security and local police that a clearly visible building couldn't be filmed because it was their "policy" to deny filming. Both the guard and officer confirmed that the policy is not a law. - Watch now