Charlamagne tha God says people are waking up from official COVID narrative: ‘That was some bulls**t’

Signs that the COVID narrative, with its Big Pharma gratifying message of boosters forever, has truly begun falling apart haven’t necessarily shown in the uptick in voices speaking out against the jabs, but in who those voices are, leading one popular radio host to suggest, “I think folks know the jig is up.”

As reality sinks in for the lockdown crowd who rolled up their sleeves for “freedom” more readily than Meat Loaf’s date was assured he’d love her forever in “Paradise by the Dashboard Light,” COVID zealotry appears to be nearing a critical mass. Supporting the idea that the repeated lies could no longer mask the facts, Charlamagne tha God offered up his hot take on Woody Harrelson’s recent “Saturday Night Live” monologue.

“I think folks know the jig is up. You know what I mean? And it doesn’t matter what side you’re on. I think anybody with some common sense, some eyes can look and be like, ‘Yeah, alright. That was some bullsh*t,” he said during his appearance on comedian Andrew Schulz’s podcast “Flagrant” Tuesday.

As had been covered, Harrelson had been nearing the end of his opening set Saturday when he suggested a breakdown of what really happened during COVID as an unimaginable script and said, “Okay, so the movie goes like this: The biggest drug cartels in the world get together and buy up all the media and all the politicians and force all the people in the world to stay locked in their homes. And people can only come out if they take the cartel’s drugs and keep taking them over and over.”

“I mean, who was going to believe that crazy idea?” he suggested rhetorically.

Initially, Charlamagne booed Harrelson’s joke and said, “That delivery, I mean that might have been a good setup, a good premise, but that delivery was horrible.”

However, Schulz quickly followed and said, “There was no joke there.”

Looking unsure, the guest went on, “I think it was supposed to be, but I think he flubbed the teleprompter.”

That led the host to suggest the SNL guest had circumvented the censors to say what he wanted about the shots as the rest of the team on “Flagrant” broke down the barb Harrelson had delivered toward the pharmaceutical industry.

“Maybe that’s why it didn’t hit, ’cause maybe it wasn’t in the prompter,” Charlamagne appeared to puzzle out to the others. “‘Cause they knew that if it was in the prompter, it would’ve been something they would’ve made them change. So maybe it wasn’t something he even rehearsed. And so he thought he could go up there and wing it and that sh*t didn’t G****** slap.”

After the guest wondered if Schulz was driving at a point with the clip, the host said “I thought it was kind of interesting to see like a mainstream television show, like SNL that always like toes the company line — to at least put out an attempt at a joke about the pharmaceutical companies kind of forcing people to get vaccinated and boosted.”

It was then that Charlamagne reacted “the jig is up,” and they landed on the past weekend’s report from the U.S. Department of Energy that COVID had leaked from a lab. “Ninety percent of everything the YouTube scientists were saying has been true,” he concluded.

The segment can be viewed below starting around the 58-minute mark:

 

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