Join Jordan Sather as he peers past the illusions of our world with logic and reason on the Conspiracy Analytica podcast.
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I recently listened to Jordans interview with Clif High, great content if you can get past Jordans continuous interruptions. He was clearly trying to prove he knew the content of what was being said before Clif could finish his sentence. Jordan it’s clear you know the material but you need to refrain from trying to prove that point at every turn. Let the interviewee finish their statements without you beating them to the punch. Your not playing Jeopardy where the first one with answer gets the c... more
While many people will try to start a "cult", Jordan i like him cause he will always be the guy to say "this is what i found, but it doesn't exempt you from doing your research and find possibly something else". It's so rare to find somebody who's not attached to his findings but rather someone who's first and foremost committed to the mission of destroying the illusion (😉) and waking people up. Thanks for your great work!!! 🙌💛
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