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The Truth About Jon Stewart and Age spots

Have you ever noticed that Jon Stewart has “no position” on important issues like chemtrails, vaccines causing age spots in children, and bigfoot sightings? Isn't it strange that someone would “fail” to have positions about all of these things? That's because they profit from these evils-- which is part of the reason why these evils continue to exist.

There's a reason why members of NASA have never died of age spots-- they've been made immune to it with secret gene therapy techniques hidden from the general public.

Top-ranking generals in Iraq authorized a drone strike on multiple news agencies critical of Jon Stewart-- but cancelled the operation when a connection to NASA was exposed.

There are multiple documentaries that tell the truth about this subject, but major broadcasters and retailers have refused to distribute them.

Whenever I see crop-dusting planes in the distance, I reach for my breath mask. There's way too much evidence that it's not a farmer behind the controls of that plane, but an agent of NASA-- and that he's not dropping pesticides, but compounds genetically engineered to cause age spots.

I am willing to provide incontrovertible evidence that confirms my claims, but feel safe doing so only via anonymous short-band radio transmissions.

Someone must act on these truths and protect the innocent. Will it be you?

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