Did The Government Use Media To Lie About The Titan Submarine?—Here Are The Things They Distracted You From

Many were duped by the media once again. An official claims the Navy detected an implosion the same day the Titan submarine went missing. Is it possible the news stations dragged it out? Maybe they were trying to distract us from these other announcements...

By Meredith Evans4 min read
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On June 18, the Titan submarine set out on an expedition to explore the remains of the Titanic wreckage, carrying five passengers inside it. The U.S. Coast Guard announced that the vessel went missing that same day, and by the end of the weekend, millions of Americans began following the story closely. Countless TikToks were being made about the Titan. Debates occurred on Twitter and Facebook among social media users, and the story began trending worldwide. Everyone was on the edge of their seats this past week – was Titan going to be found? Were the passengers going to make it with the little oxygen they had left?

On June 23, it was finally revealed that debris was found on the ocean floor – the cause was a "catastrophic implosion" that resulted in the passengers' demise. Those who have been following the experts' predictions about Titan weren't surprised. The revelation that did surprise many, however, is that the U.S. media may have dragged out the story the entire week.

A senior Navy official has informed CNN that the Navy detected sound consistent with an implosion on Sunday, the same day the Titan was announced missing. During the search effort, the Navy relayed that information to commanders, but they said they had no way of knowing that this sound was an implosion. Still, is it possible they were trying to distract us from other news? 

According to several media personalities, this "theory" rings true. Podcaster Matt believes we were "duped" by the media. "Duped by the f*cking media. Again," he says. "Monday, the Titan is missing. Tuesday, there's a banging sound. Wednesday, they're running out of air. Thursday, oh no. We found the wreckage."

"The entire time, they knew it was BS. U.S. Navy knew the sub already blew up on Sunday. Sunday," Matt reiterates. "But they distracted us. Again. To hide the news cycle." Perhaps the podcaster is onto something because a lot did happen this week – here is the other important news they might have distracted you from.

Jeffrey Epstein Advised JPMorgan Exec, Linked Him with Netanyahu, Prince Andrew

Jeffrey Epstein acted as an adviser to JPMorgan executive Jes Staley on his relations with high-profile individuals in Britain, China, and the Middle East – even as Epstein was jailed for his crimes. He appears to have connected Staley to Prince Andrew and Dubai businessman Sultan Ahmed bin Sulayem. Epstein allegedly also invited Staley to Davos meetings with Bill Gates and Federal Reserve Bank board member Lee Bollinger. 

Additionally, Epstein allegedly facilitated meetings with JPMorgan bosses and Israel's prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu. JPMorgan has also been fined $4 million by the SEC for deleting nearly 50 million emails, including those requested in subpoenas. The SEC noted that JPMorgan started a project to "delete from its system older communications and documents no longer required to be retained." Unfortunately, this project had "glitches," resulting in the deletion of communication records. Pretty suspicious, if you ask me. 

People Want Joe Biden Impeached

On June 20, Colorado Republican Lauren Boebert announced that she was bringing her articles of impeachment against Joe Biden to the House Floor. Boebert argued that Biden is remaining negligent of the U.S. border rather than ensuring the safety of Americans against criminal activities, fentanyl, and sex trafficking. 

“Biden intentionally ceded command & control of our border to cartels. His dereliction of duty caused the deaths of over 900 Coloradans from fentanyl, enabled sex trafficking, & allowed an invasion,” Boebert tweeted. “I brought my articles of impeachment up via a privileged motion to force a vote.” Days later, Speaker Kevin McCarthy negotiated a deal with Boebert to send the Biden impeachment resolution for review. 

Pentagon Sends Ukraine $6 Billion Worth of Weapons

During an audit, glaring "inconsistencies" were found in the value of arms sent from the U.S. to Ukraine. Apparently, the U.S. has overestimated the value of weapons sent over the past two years by $6.2 billion – double the early estimates – resulting in a surplus. “In a significant number of cases, services used replacement costs rather than net book value, thereby overestimating the value of the equipment drawn down from U.S. stocks and provided to Ukraine,” Pentagon press secretary Sabina Singh said.

As a result of this so-called "accounting error," this surplus will now be used for future security packages. "It's just going to go back into the pot of money that we have allocated for the future Pentagon stock drawdowns," Singh added.

"The Department of Defense's change in evaluating the costs of arms sent to Ukraine is a major mistake," U.S. Senator Roger Wicker said. "Its effect would be to underestimate future needs for our European allies. Our priority should be a Ukrainian victory over Putin. Unilaterally altering military aid calculations is an attempt at deception and undermines this goal."

Four Kids Found at Drag Party with Dead Transperson's Body

Guarantee you didn't hear about this one. Four children aged 5 to 10 were found in a Boston apartment full of sex toys, drugs, and one dead black trans woman on the floor. Officials reportedly found six grown men dressed as women who were uncooperative and denied having kids in the home.

The children were found in a cramped room surrounded by filth. City Councilor Erin Murphy informed NBC the partygoers attempted to stop a firefighter from finding the children. "When he opened the door, he saw four children and what I believe are two adults in the back room, and it was really disturbing to him," Murphy said. "They just seemed scared."

At-Large Boston City Councilor Michael Flaherty told the Boston Herald, “This is sickening. I was informed by people at the scene that there were drugs, alcohol, sex toys all around the apartment as well as a dead body on the floor.” Flaherty informed the Herald that the transperson on the floor died "from an apparent overdose" and that "a man wearing a wig claiming to be the father" of the children was found in a bedroom. Where’s the outrage for this? 

Hunter Biden Gets a “Slap on the Wrist”

According to a court filing, Hunter Biden has agreed to plead guilty to two counts of federal misdemeanor crimes of willfully failing to pay federal income taxes. Additionally, Hunter agreed to enter a pretrial diversion program to avoid charges relating to his illegal possession of a firearm, which he reportedly obtained while using crack. “It continues to show the two-tier system in America,” House Speaker Kevin McCarthy said. “If you are the president’s leading political opponent, the DOJ tries to literally put you in jail and give you prison time. But if you are the president’s son, you get a sweetheart deal.”

Lab-Grown Meat Gets Approved 

The USDA has approved the sale of lab-grown meat from Upside Foods and Good Meat, two companies manufacturing "cultivated meat" made from animal cells rather than slaughtered animals. It's important to note that Bill Gates backs both businesses.

One thing I don't see being discussed often on this topic is the concern of additives. These cultivated meat products need additives for them to grow. Some of these chemicals include calcium propionate, sodium nitrate, EDTA (which is known to cause kidney damage), BHA and BHT (possible carcinogens), G-CSF, EGF, IGF, NGF, Interleukin 6, and more.

Closing Thoughts

The power of the news media cannot be underestimated. In a snap of a finger, everyone's attention was fixated on the submarine tragedy. Besides mainstream media's ability to influence opinion, it has the ability to distract and divert attention from various issues. We see this happen all the time – the media remains hyper-fixated on one story by sensationalizing it, almost seemingly on purpose. It's as though they get to choose what the public should be outraged by. At the same time, I can't put all of the blame on the U.S. media for diverting attention away from serious problems. In the end, the crowd is at fault too. Most people lack mindfulness, and this lack of awareness is easily taken advantage of by media companies.

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