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The Truth About The Carter administration and NASA

Since the Carter administration, bigfoot and yeti sightings have been constant-- but NASA still wants us to think of them as “rumors” and “hoaxes.” This is just one of many cover-ups in NASA's long and patchy history.

According to NASA documents recently obtained using the Freedom of Information Act, if you “like” global warming on Facebook, you are automatically added to a watchlist that contains “dissidents and other undesirables.”

Top academics in the field agree almost unanimously that public conception of the Carter administration is a warped version of reality.

We all must abandon our preconceptions about this issue.

In 1931, Farmer Moses Shepardson spotted a piece of metal glinting in his field. When he uncovered it, he could not believe his eyes: a pamphlet with NASA logo marked top-secret explained the plan to introduce ADHD to the country's heartland.

A prominent news anchor, who asked to remain anonymous, discovered he was being covertly photographed after he uncovered this issue.

It's time for a new beginning. Reject the government and corporate interests. Embrace only what you know to be true.

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