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"Orange Coin BAD!" And Other MSM LIES...

By CodyMac50 | MyCripticLife | 27 Jun 2022


About a year ago, I was watching the English (somewhat) funny guy John Oliver. 

He was talking about crypto, and at first, I actually thought he was trying to make a case for it, that is, until he mocked it about halfway through the program.

What he was saying was partly true, but mixed with the lies that the government and the haters throw around.

Investments are not 100% secure. You may get huge returns, or you may end up in a train wreck. These things are obvious.

But the MSM play into the public's fear of loss. Saying, like Oliver did, that crypto is like playing the casino. You could win, but you probably won't.

This is close to what he was saying, just not verbatim. 

He isn't alone.

When Bitcoin was nearing 70,000 USD per coin, the MSM was saying it was in a bubble.

We see it now, with Bitcoin at 20,000+ per coin.

"It's going to $10,000 and it won't stop there..." Says MSNBC.

To me it's all a bunch of nonsense, to pump fear into the minds of fragile people.

"Orange Coin Bad!" is how the MSM keeps a revolution out of the hands and minds of the public. They know what Bitcoin is and why it was created, and that's why they are afraid of it.

We need to ignore the John Olivers, and the useless Bitcoin predictions from the MSM and just keep stacking.

Once the system collapses and Bitcoin and other alts are being used instead, the MSM will still be slamming it and probably calling those who use it "antidemocracy".

Thanks for reading, and let me know what you think about the MSMs portrayal of Bitcoin...

Adieu!

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CodyMac50
CodyMac50

I'm Cody and will post about anything christian, crypto, and sometimes crazy...


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I was involved with crypto since 2012, but left after homelessness entered my life. Now I am back, (since July of 2020) and ready to live this crypto life!

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