Athenry04 Posted February 4, 2022 Share Posted February 4, 2022 He attended a lecture by icke as well, he called out the 13 families, now his career is gone. Of courtse the MSM is focussing on ' vile holocaust' comments, when in reality he called out far more than that. His 'vile' comments btw were to question the numbers. He's issued some apologies, no doubt under pressure, be interested to see if he gets 'covided' soon. https://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/other/ex-wwe-wrestler-brian-kendrick-apologizes-for-vile-comments-is-pulled-by-aew/ar-AATqNPE What Did Brian Kendrick Say in Controversial Resurfaced Comments? The resurfaced comments made by Kendrick began circulating on Twitter this week and appear to date back to 2011. A video was originally posted on Twitter by user Dan Pierce, and later posted in full by journalist David Bixenspan, that features Kendrick discussing conspiracy theories involving Jewish families such as the Rothschilds. In this video, he claimed there was a connection between Zionists and the Illuminati and "the end of the world." He also said that the so-called "13 families," citing the Rothschilds and Rockefellers, were involved in "interbreeding." Still in the video, Kendrick says he attended a lecture by a noted British conspiracy theorist, David Icke, who has promoted antisemitic conspiracy theories, Wrestling Inc reports. In a 2013 video, he claimed the Holocaust was "overblown" and that the death toll of murdered Jews was fewer than the factually correct 6 million. An article on the website Culture Crossfire recapped a video Kendrick made discussing these theories. He mentioned conspiracy theories about 9/11, with the article stating "he believes that an outside force—be it the Illuminati or whatever caused the incident" and he also expressed support for other conspiracy theories around the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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