I’ve already introduced my readers to Greg Brannon, the Tea Party candidate for the Senate from North Carolina. Brannon is a junior Alex Jones, finding conspiracies in everything. Agenda 21, school shootings (all false flag operations, of course) and now even vaccines. It’s one big global conspiracy.
Referencing a non-binding U.N. sustainable development plan that’s long been a bugaboo of the conspiracy-addled political fringe, Brannon railed against Agenda 21, Obamacare, the National Defense Authorization Act and the global conspiracy to make him sick through vaccinations.
“This scam of Agenda 21, this scam of humans are poisoning the earth, is a scam,” Brannon explained. “They are using that to control you, to control me, to control life.”“That’s why Obamacare, Agenda 21, NDAA, all these things are the collective over the individual,” Brannon continued. “The spirit of 1776 must be rebirthed,” he argued, “because we are living in the Orwellian 1984.”
While Brannon’s focus was on the big picture, the worldwide conspiracies that threaten us all, the one-time doctor also spent a bit of the interview explaining why he’s a big vaccination skeptic.
“I remember vividly,” he began, “I was a resident-in-training and I got my flu vaccine like I always did … three weeks later, I had a high fever … bottom-line, I was bleeding blood, and I got a kidney disease I still have today.” Brannon said he no longer gets a flu vaccine every year.
“I can’t say what I have came from that,” Brannon went on, “there’s a lot of correlation that does in a lot of the literature I’ve done.”
I have no idea what that last sentence could possibly mean. I’m not sure they’re in English at all.