Because we watch Trumpland TV so you don't have to, today we learned that Trump-loving online outlet TruNews is a big fan of the anti-Semitic hoax that Jews plan world domination, as depicted in The Protocols of the Elders of Zion.
That booklet’s authenticity was debunked almost 100 years ago, and its contents are accepted by only the most conspiracy-minded of conspiracy theorists. That brings us back around to TruNews, which somehow managed its defense of the notorious fabrication amidst a discussion of the New Zealand massacre (which they blamed on violent video games, social media, and definitely not Donald Trump).
Here, Doc Burkhart and Rick Wiles discuss the booklet and the so-called “Three World Wars” letter—purportedly written by Confederate officer Albert Pike—that they think “predicted” Zionism, Nazism and the first two world wars. (The letter is a hoax.)
Nobody can verify whether this is an authentic letter. It’s been circulating around. I think the first publication of was maybe 1925? It’s one of those things, like, OK, there’s no real hard evidence he wrote it, yet it’s been around for nearly 100 years. It’s like the Protocols of Zion, which are disputed, but they’re eerily correct.
So my question is: Why don’t we find out who wrote them, because they obviously knew what was going to happen 100 years later? I’m not saying who wrote them, I’m just saying they're accurate. Very scary accurate.
There’s something scary here, but it isn't the “accuracy” of anything you’re talking about, Rick. It’s that as of writing, more than 77,000 people have watched your video.