A week or so ago, I posted about the bizarre Kamala Harris interview from July 18th. While the headline questioned whether she was a clone, I tried to be as lukewarm on the cloning explanation as possible. Truth be told, I wasn’t exactly sure what was going on. I wanted to know what the readers thought, and you all did not disappoint.
In the comments to that post, people had said that it was a Deepfake of Kamala. I adamantly disagreed. I noticed certain tics that you would only see out of an actor…an impersonator, and this is not the kind of thing you would see out of a completely artificial Deepfake. They would make the performance as solid as possible.
After some fresh research, I wanted to apologize for disagreeing so strongly. It clouded my judgment. I am writing this post to walk back some of my disagreement. While I reiterate that Kamala was not a total Deepfake, I completely agree that it was a CGI facial overlay. Down this rabbit hole, there is much more to find…
The oddities we are seeing in the mainstream media (where the leaders do not look like themselves) are happening because they ARE being impersonated by actors. Actors with CGI overlays over their faces to make them appear as the person they claim to be. Think of the technology available on your smartphone that can make you look like a puppy, except weaponized by the military establishment. There seems to be a new boldness in the mainstream media in peddling this kind of thing. I never watched the mainstream media closely enough to catch this kind of thing before, but now it seems like you could tune in daily and find it.
Take the case of another recent VP interview, this time with current VP Mike Pence. There is a video to go along with this, and the person astutely points out that this is not Pence. The neck is all wrong, the hair looks fake, the ears look fake, and there is an area of the face which seems totally different than the rest. This is a Pence impersonator with a CGI overlay over his head. This makes the ears, hairline, and face (eyes, nose, mouth) seem to match. However, careful examination will show that something is just not right.
The neck is actually an ideal place to compare, because the CGI overlay rarely goes that far down. When it was previously speculated in the comments here that the Tom Hanks SNL appearance utilized similar technology, the neck was once again a key point of comparison.
I want to be clear with the readership…I agree. The mainstream media is putting out interviews with impersonators who have CGI masks over their faces.
You have to wonder whether they recruit out of the SNL-reject crowd. I can attest to having been involved in improvisational comedy at one point in my life, and you would be stunned at how easy it is for some people to flawlessly impersonate a famous person. You would never realize the switch if you couldn’t see their faces.
The real masks we need to be worried about are these CGI masks. A general reminder, you absolutely cannot trust anything you see on television as being 100% real. Trust your own eyes, and even then we need to be somewhat guarded.
When reality is being distorted to this level, those like us who see through the act are in a precarious position. We wield the truth, and the truth can be a weapon that cuts through a staggering level of deception. At the same time, when the herd believes that the puppets are real, the gulf between us widens and it becomes very easy to paint us as lunatics.
These are dangerous times. It feels as though it is all accelerating at a pace never before seen. Buckle up. Who knows what is next?
PS: Do not think that I am disavowing the “clone” concept. We have thoroughly established already that genetic engineering is already rampant among elites, and I would not put cloning out of the question at all. I simply wanted to clarify and separate the topics of CGI overlay, true “Deepfake” technology, and cloning.