“Mass Formation Psychosis” has become the first hot new phrase of 2022 and the powers that be hate it almost as much as they hate “Let’s Go Brandon.” From Sundance at theconservativetreehouse.com:
Well, butter my buns and call me a biscuit… if this ain’t the biggest revealing tell in years.
Apparently Big Tech and big propaganda media, Reuters and the Associated Press, have joined together to refute the concept of “Mass Formation Psychosis”, and pushed their collective narrative into the narrative engineering system:
The Associated Press – SEE HERE and Reuters – SEE HERE, quickly rush to the “fact check” typeset to stop people from recognizing what is most likely the cause of their own psychosis. In a world where things are no longer shocking, this is, well, a little shocking, in a weird and seemingly Orwellian kind of way.
Yes Alice, the same “experts” and media who are credibly accused of creating/enabling the mass formation psychosis would like to assure us that no such reality exists. This is almost too funny.