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How The Political Game Is Played: It Doesn’t Get Any Easier To Understand Than This Does…

“They control and supply to both sides.”

Last week, we all had the opportunity to see how the political games are being played (Ephesians 4:14).

During one of my radio broadcasts, the conservatives of the day (yesterday’s liberals), were parroting the CIA Mockingbird media’s lying propaganda narrative (Matthew 5:13; Micah 6:16).

The propagandists were driving people to the seats to watch their favorite clowns in the circus of politics ramp up for, as they called it, its next “showdown.” Read Mark 8:15.

The clowns (Distracters), being used to entertain the goats, were Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, and California Governor Gavin Newsome.

Of course, Ron DeSantis is sold to the American people as the good guy while Gavin Newsom, of course, is sold to the American people as the bad guy.

This system of deception is predicated upon divide and conquer (Mark 3:25). It is in hopes that the people will actually follow along and believe both of these stooges in taking them for face value when pitting them against each other as arch enemies.

However, the same agenda by one source is being pushed forward through both sides.

What is worse is when people are not paying attention to the corrupt fruit hanging on both branches of their administrations in accusing each other of what they are both guilty of doing (Revelation 12:10).

This is leading and controlling the opposition. They create the problem leading up to their political objectives.

"The best way to control the opposition is to lead it ourselves.”-Vladmir Lenin
This is controlled opposition. Controlled Opposition is when a deliberate attempt is made to either create an opposing effort to any existing power base, or, to obtain control of any opposition to one's own efforts.

Some time ago, the mainstream media useful idiots came out and did a fair report, unbeknownst to them.  It was the perfect example (Outside of the Harlem Globe Trotters bringing a losing team with them to each venue that they played) of what, and how, politics in America are being played.

CNBC highlighted chicken sandwich wars. They reported, “When it comes to Chick-fil-A versus Popeyes, Tyson Foods wins, Jim Cramer.”

When it comes to the chicken sandwich war between Popeyes and Chick-fil-A, investors should buy the hand that feeds them both: Tyson Foods.

That’s CNBC’s Jim Cramer’s take on the viral clash on Twitter in recent weeks where users pit the two fast food chains against one another. Both restaurants turned to the social media platform to promote their respective sandwiches, which resulted in millions of free advertisement for both companies.

“When you see all these people lined up outside Popeye’s waiting for a bite of their terrific new chicken sandwich, you should buy the biggest arms dealer in chicken world ... Tyson Foods,” the “Mad Money” host said. “Whether Chick-fil-A or Popeyes wins the chicken wars, Tyson will always come out ahead.”

Popeyes, which is a subsidiary of the publicly traded Restaurant Brands International, rolled out the first chicken sandwich on its menu nationwide earlier this month. Many of its locations had sold out of both its mild and spicy chicken sandwiches in recent weeks due to the frenzy of customers looking to get their hands on one.

Cramer, however, doesn’t recommend buying shares of its parent company if investors expect to get a noticeable piece of the profit bump. Popeyes accounts for 12% of the holding company’s store base and potentially 7% of its earnings, the host said. Restaurant Brands also owns Canadian coffee franchise Tim Horton’s and the aptly-named burger chain Burger King, which makes up most of the conglomerate’s revenues.

Chick-fil-A is privately held, so the public won’t be able to get in on the action of the highest-selling chicken chain in the U.S.

“Maybe the real takeaway here is that people just love chicken, and if that’s the case, you don’t need to invest in the chicken war directly, you need to buy an arms dealer,” Cramer said.

The chicken business in Tyson Foods, one of the largest producers of poultry, beef and pork, makes up 30% of sales, he added. The stock has seen its share of ups and downs in recent years, in the wake of higher labor and transportation costs, but the share price has run more than 70% in 2019. The stock closed Monday’s session above $91 a piece.

Conclusion: Politicians are pitted against one another to fill the seats by the same ones pulling the strings and driving the narrative, just like that of “Chick-fil-A” and “Popeyes” in Tyson's being the one behind selling them both the chicken.

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