Watch the awkward silence as the Hollywood actor tries to joke about globalist ‘conspiracy theories’

Hollywood actor Kal Penn, best known for portraying a drugged burnout in the Harold and Kumar film series, has been heavily immersed in political activism since the Obama administration.

So when Kal Penn presented for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation at its Goalkeepers 2022 conference, surrounded by, he must have thought his “jokes” dismissing Covid “conspiracy theories” would surely be laughed at.

Instead, his presentation fell flat. It was so remarkably embarrassing that you could almost feel his comments had the opposite effect. Look:

“The vaccines that saved millions of lives and got us back to normal,” Penn said. “Even these things are viewed with skepticism.”

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“Take, for example, the words of a 5G conspiracy theorist in June 2020, who said, here’s the quote, ‘5G Corona is the hashtag truth. There’s no fucking virus. We’re all got sick around the same time. And that’s when they released 5g’… okay. Or the words, a very enthusiastic Twitter user posted in December 2020, when the scientists published the first vaccines for COVID 19. Here’s the quote from that “Look, Jacob, what you don’t understand is that Pence and Biden didn’t actually get the vaccine. Instead, they were injected You all know where this leads with Bill Gates’ microchip designed to force you to only buy Microsoft products. Do your research, sheep.

“Now listen, joking aside, to be clear, many conspiracies are based on very real fears, aren’t they?” he continued. “For many communities, especially communities of color, governments and private sector institutions and individuals have historically experimented on us and degraded and disrupted our parent or grandparent or great-grandparent generations. The effects and consequences of this are still things we face today.

“But let’s face it,” he continued. “It doesn’t make a big difference in Bill Gates’ life if people think he’s microchipped you, when he knows he isn’t. He’s too busy jumping on the trampoline in his living room .

“Anyway,” he added awkwardly. “Instead, conspiracy theories hurt everyone. This whole event is about achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, ending poverty, ending hunger and improving health. But we won’t improve health if people believe their medicine contains a GPS tracker. And we are not going to help African farmers produce more food. If anyone thinks the corn Bill brought here is a secret Illuminati plot to take over the ethanol market. The point is, it doesn’t matter how good your idea is if no one trusts you. So the question remains, what can we actually do about it? »

It is interesting that Kal Penn talks about a collapse of trust in the medical establishment after the many false promises made by experts to sell mRNA “vaccines” at all costs.

Just today, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla announced he had Covid for the second time in six weeks after initially promising 100% effectiveness to stop the spread of the virus in April 2021.

Or you could listen to Mark Steyn mock Covid experts for being ‘baffled’ that Europe’s least vaccinated country has the lowest excess mortality rate, while the most vaccinated country has the highest highest excess mortality.

“But absolutely now correlation is not causation,” Steyn remarked.

Indeed, this could all be a coincidence. Just as it is a coincidence that vaccines do not stop the spread. And that masks don’t stop the spread. And that the closures saved almost no lives, but caused extraordinary economic and social damage. It could just be that the experts were stupid when they ignored decades of scientific research that strongly suggested these measures wouldn’t work.

Even though these were so-called ‘noble lies’, they happen to have brought in billions in profits for Big Pharma, and they just so happen to give governments vast ’emergency powers’. which they then militarized to rig the elections.

This will inevitably cause a crisis of public confidence.

It’s also enough to get thinking people to ask questions. And no amount of repeated denunciations of people asking questions as “conspiracy theorists” will stop it. It’s too late for that now. The experts should have thought about that before deciding that they could arrogantly lie to people over and over again and get away with it.

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