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  • Writer's pictureDale Hanks

It's Just a Matter of Time

Okay, I admit it. I am a conspiracy theorist.

I didn't just up and decide to become a CT. Since I was old enough to pay attention to what was going on in the world, decades of lies dished out by mainstream media and by our government have groomed and trained me well.

Here is just a sampling of the countless "conspiracies" that taught me to be the skeptic that I am (if you want to dig deeper, use an uncensored browser to search on any of these topics for more information and the facts behind the lies we were told): the Gulf of Tonkin false flag incident that is credited for starting the Vietnam War; the Bill Clinton "I never had sex with that woman" lie, that lived until the stain on the blue dress proved otherwise; the Hillary Clinton State Department gun-running operation in Benghazi; the Obama administration's Operation Fast and Furious scandal; the Obama Solyndra scandal; the Obama $400 million ransom payment to Tehran, with pallets of cash delivered by an unmarked cargo plane; the Trump-Russia collusion hoax; the disgusting Trump "pee-tape" hoax; the debunked Steele dossier; the "no biolabs in Ukraine" denials; the Dr. Fauci lies to Congress about funding "gain of function" research in the Wuhan lab; the WEF working to establish global governance and a New World Order; and on and on and on...

There are other conspiracy "theories" out there that I still believe we will eventually learn more about. My buzzing tin foil hat tells me that we will learn the truth about 9/11, JFK's assassination, Epstein Island, the Clinton "kill list," Area 51 and ETs, and on and on and on...

It's just a matter of time.

Call me a kook, but we've been told so many lies that it is literally impossible for me to believe anything that we're told by mainstream media or the government. How long do you stay in an abusive relationship, when the one you're supposed to trust lies to your face day-in and day-out?

So yes, I am a conspiracy theorist. And if you're reading this blog, I suspect you may be leaning that way, too.

We critical thinkers have been called science-deniers, Trumptards, anti-vaxxers, climate-deniers, Covidiots, domestic terrorists, and many other aspersions that aren't fit to print.

I'm getting pretty numb to it all, and am more inclined to wear those names as a badge of honor.

As my examples below demonstrate, it always seems that conspiracy "theory" is eventually proven to be conspiracy FACT.

It's just a matter of time.


One of the big stories this week is the exposure of the Biden family corruption and Hunter Biden's dealings in Ukraine and China. You can read more detail of how it came about in my previous blog post.

In the run-up to the 2020 election, the New York Post published an article about the Hunter Biden laptop and how it contained an abundance of emails showing alleged corruption and illegal activities of the Biden family--including how Joe Biden is compromised by Hunter's business activities in Ukraine.

But the left and lapdog media, in an effort to avoid damaging Biden's 2020 election, killed the story and hid it from the American people.

The media went into cover-up mode and preached that the emails were "unverified" and that they were "Russian disinformation." Anyone who questioned the narrative was banned and censored from social media.

Here is a compilation of the corrupt mainstream media trying feverishly to debunk the "conspiracy theory" of the Hunter Biden laptop:

But FINALLY, the New York Times and the Washington Post have admitted that the Hunter Biden laptop conspiracy was not a conspiracy, but a FACT.

Did the suppression of that story affect the outcome of the 2020 election? A poll conducted after the election found that "one of every six Biden voters we surveyed (17%) said they would have abandoned the Democratic candidate had they known the facts about one or more of these news stories."

But, here we are.

You know it's not a conspiracy "theory" any longer when even the likes of CNN come around to acknowledging the facts.

It's just a matter of time.


It's been over two years since the 2020 election took place. Hundreds of articles have been written about how there was no fraud in the election. That's just conspiracy "theory" touted by Trump-loving troglodytes, right?

Well, the truth on that front is starting to bubble up to the surface. An upcoming peer-reviewed study is showing that Biden received 255,000 "excess votes" in six swing states.

In Arizona, the continuing criminal investigation into the 2020 election reveals that unmonitored dropboxes delivered 733,000 unaccounted-for ballots.

In Wisconsin, the election watchdog organization, True the Vote, presented the state legislature with a report showing that at least 137,500 votes were illegally trafficked throughout the state's largest cities.

In Pennsylvania, a contract driver for the USPS described how he was tasked to pick up 288,000 completed ballots in Bethpage NY and cross state lines to deliver them to Lancaster PA. The ballots and the trailer that carried them later disappeared. The driver testified that USPS employees were in on a conspiracy to steal the votes.

Will anything further come from all this? Will it be proven that the 2020 election was rigged, as we critical-thinking conspiracy "theorists" have been saying for two years? Cheating isn't winning.

We'll see. It's just a matter of time.


In another conspiracy "theory" reversal, let's take a look at what's been happening with the Walt Disney Company. As you may have already heard, the chairman of Disney, Robert Chapek, under pressure from the LBGTQI+ employee faction of the company, has said that Disney will fight for the repeal of Florida's newly-enacted Parental Rights in Education bill. Simply stated, the bill prohibits classroom instruction on sexual orientation and gender identity in kindergarten through 3rd grade. The media and LBGTQ activists have perpetuated a lie by calling it the "Don't Say Gay" bill; when, in fact, the word, "gay" doesn't appear even once in the bill.

In a strange turn of events, what Disney's actions did was to highlight something conspiracy "theorists" have been saying for years--that Disney animated films contain subliminal messages about sex that are meant to influence children.

There are dozens of videos easily found on YouTube showing countless examples of questionable content within Disney animation. Here is one such compilation:

Okay, I get it. Some Disney super-fans say that the conspiracy kooks are just looking for invisible dragons to slay.

But after Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed the Parental Rights in Education act into law on March 28, 2022, this conspiracy theory has drawn MUCH more attention.

Just this week, Disney corporate president, Karey Burke, stated that, "as the mother [of] one transgender child and one pansexual child," she supports having "many, many, many LGBTQIA characters in our stories." She goes on to say that, "we don't have enough [LGBT] leads,"

Here she is making that case:

So, score another one for the conspiracy "theorists" who said that Disney is sexualizing children.

Disney used to be the "happiest place on Earth" for children and their parents. Not any more.

It was just a matter of time, before the truth came out.

(And for what it's worth, I just canceled my Disney+ streaming subscription.)


Another conspiracy "theory" that is turning to fact is one that we "Covidiots" (a/k/a critical thinkers) have been saying since the beginning of the push for COVID-19 vaccinations and mandates. How could we "follow the science" (which we were repetitively told to do) when thousands of accredited medical professionals and scientists who questioned the government narrative and data were censored and canceled? And why the rapid progression from offering vaccine incentives to forcing draconian vaccine mandates? Speaking for myself, calling the vaccine-hesitant (and parents who are hesitant to vaccinate their children) "murderers" just made me question things even more. Gradually, first-hand stories and voluntarily-reported data clearly indicated that the vaccines could cause serious adverse events and reactions.

And when the FDA, under a Freedom of Information Act request, wanted 75 years to release their data on the vaccines to the public, that was it for me. Fortunately for us all, a federal judge scrapped that idea, and is now requiring the release over an eight-month period.

As ordered by the court, the FDA released its first 10,000-page set of documents; which allows public access to data Pfizer submitted to the FDA from its clinical trials in support of a COVID-19 vaccine license. As highlighted in this article by the Children's Health Defense organization, a 38-page report included in the document set contains an Appendix, “LIST OF ADVERSE EVENTS OF SPECIAL INTEREST,” that lists 1,291 different adverse events following vaccination. The article says, "The list includes acute kidney injury, acute flaccid myelitis, anti-sperm antibody positive, brain stem embolism, brain stem thrombosis, cardiac arrest, cardiac failure, cardiac ventricular thrombosis, cardiogenic shock, central nervous system vasculitis, death neonatal, deep vein thrombosis, encephalitis brain stem, encephalitis hemorrhagic, frontal lobe epilepsy, foaming at mouth, epileptic psychosis, facial paralysis, fetal distress syndrome, gastrointestinal amyloidosis, generalized tonic-clonic seizure, Hashimoto’s encephalopathy, hepatic vascular thrombosis, herpes zoster reactivation, immune-mediated hepatitis, interstitial lung disease, jugular vein embolism, juvenile myoclonic epilepsy, liver injury, low birth weight, multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children, myocarditis, neonatal seizure, pancreatitis, pneumonia, stillbirth, tachycardia, temporal lobe epilepsy, testicular autoimmunity, thrombotic cerebral infarction, Type 1 diabetes mellitus, venous thrombosis neonatal, and vertebral artery thrombosis among 1,246 other medical conditions following vaccination."

Well now...that first batch of data certainly shows exactly why they wanted 75 years to release it.

But, the whole truth will become known.

It's just a matter of time.


Another conspiracy "theory" that is proving to be conspiracy fact is that the COVID-19 tests themselves contain harmful substances. PCR nasal swabs were said to contain nano-particles including silver, aluminum, titanium, and glass fibers. Even the cotton on the swab is said to be as dangerous as inhaling asbestos since the fibers can become imbedded in the mucous membrane.

Well, this week, it came out that the COVID-19 home test kits (yes, the same ones sent out by the Biden administration) contain a poisonous liquid substance. This is something that people have raised the alarm about for months and it was widely condemned as a conspiracy "theory."

Remember, it's just a matter of time.


We are living in a rapidly changing world. The truth seems to be elusive. But it's out there.

We just have to be patient.

The truth WILL become known.

It's just a matter of time.

Everyone who does evil hates the light,

and will not come into the light for fear that their deeds will be exposed.

-John 3:20


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