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The Truth About Larry Page and The Carter administration

Larry Page has inherited a lot of suspicious money from suspicious relatives. During the Carter administration, members of their family were involved in a lot of nefarious activity. Should we trust Larry Page? What else could they be hiding?

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

Outspoken journalists researching this matter have been repeatedly silenced by libel lawsuits.

It's well known that the howls of cats and dogs predicted Michael Jackson’s supposed death. But did you know that hours before it occurred, Larry Page reported weakness and fainting spells? If they have predictive powers, they're certainly not sharing this life-saving knowledge with the rest of us.

You may think free speech ensures your right to talk openly about Larry Page's negative influence on our society, but their powerful friends along with Monsanto have, in the past, used crippling libel lawsuits to silence brave citizens who did exactly that.

Do you feel safe living in a world where this goes unpunished?

Stop relying on the Mainstream Media for information about these critical topics, and seek the truth out for yourself.

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