A Ticket, Offered

This is what it looks like. This is how they find out who is for sale and who is not:

“I just got a very interesting email. So for those of you who don’t know, I am a critic of the current economy. And recently, I’ve been posting my thoughts on the economy, and, and, you know, obviously, it’s not good. I’m not saying it’s Trump’s fault. I’m not saying it’s Biden’s fault.

I’m not saying it’s anyone’s fault. But obviously, Biden is president and the economy sucks. So, you know, naturally the blame lies on him. And some of these videos of me being extremely critical of the government have gone so viral that I was literally featured at 7 PM on prime time on Fox News the other night. And this morning, I got an email from someone claiming to be from the Democratic party.

And they said, what would your rate be to post positive videos about Joe Biden? And I replied back, honestly, I know nothing about the economy. I don’t pretend to know about the economy, and I know nothing about politics and I’d rather stay out of it. After all, I’m just a normal guy. I’m not a politician. I’m not a conservative or a liberal talking point. I’m just a normal person.

So they responded back, we understand you’re not a fan of the Democrat party right now. How much would it cost? I was like, you know what?

I wonder how bad they want me to post this. It’s $50 Grand. And they said yes. For those of you that don’t know anything about social media, I have another account that’s massive. And, like, For brand deals on my 3,000,000 follower account, I get like $5 Grand.

They offer me $50 Grand for a video on this account with only like 400,000 followers? I’m not gonna lie. I was very, very tempted, but I didn’t do it.”

This is why you should neither envy nor pursue what looks like mainstream success. Because it’s all fake and manufactured, and if you take the ticket to accept success on their terms, you will find yourself under their control.

They always make that first step very easy, and almost a no-brainer. Why not? What’s the harm? And yet, if you look into the hollow eyes and the weird, modified faces of the most successful, most famous people, they all look as if they are already in Hell.