When You Can’t Believe Your Eyes Or Ears, Then You Really Are Living in The Matrix
When You Can’t Believe Your Eyes Or Ears, Then You Really Are Living in The Matrix By Susan Duclos – All News PipeLine
Most all Independent Media readers have seen the amount of “fake news” generated out of the liberal establishment press. One recent example was when the MSM selectively edited a clip of speech President Trump gave to make it appear as if he called General Robert E. Lee a “great general.”
Cue the manufactured outrage:
Those are just a small sample from the first page of a search showing how “outraged” liberals were over his supposed comment, yet as can be seen by NBC News correction (They were one of a few that bothered to make a correction), President Trumps words were taken out of context.
Via NBC’s Twitter account, they stated “CORRECTION: An earlier tweet misidentified the general President Trump described as “incredible” at a rally in Ohio. It was Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, not Gen. Robert E. Lee. An attached video clip lacked the full context for Trump’s remark. Here is the full clip.”
Those type of “mistakes” have become the normal for the MSM these days, all part of a carefully implemented plan to distort reality.
We have seen fake news websites, created to look exactly like the real thing, making people think they are on something like ABC News, but with a .co after the URL, and all the stories at the time on that site were fake news. We have seen photo shopped images go viral, and they even have software out there that can generate a completely fake video of someone saying something that they never said, or said at a different time than what is being shown.
The example below shows how an artificial intelligence tool can be used to take an existing audio file, converting them into mouth movements, then grafting those movements into an existing video.
It is utterly astounding how many different technologies are being created with the sole purpose of tricking people into believing things are are completely false.
Technology and the MSM are not the only ones trying to distort reality, to make it so you cannot believe what you are seeing or hearing in order to mislead, but as a recent news item shows, there are companies that offer the service of paid protesters, which many of us have heard of before, but now one of those companies has been named in a lawsuit as being a tool used in order to extort a man for $23 million.