More Evidence Bush Wears
A Prompting Earpiece editor
There is one obvious reason that George Bush did so badly in the debate: he wasn't wearing his usual earpiece connecting him to advisors in a back room. Prediction: Next time he'll be wearing it and everyone will be amazed at how much better he does...
An email to Meet The Press asking whether Bush wore an earpiece during the interview received a lightning quick response from Executive Producer Betsy Fischer: "The President was not wearing an earpiece at any time during the interview."
Was Bush wearing an earpiece during today's Meet The Press Interview? Consider the following excerpt (italics added):
Russert: "In light of not finding the weapons of mass destruction, do you believe the war in Iraq is a war of choice or a war of necessity?"
President Bush: "I think that's an interesting question. Please elaborate on that a little bit. A war of choice or a war of necessity? It's a war of necessity. We-- in my judgment, we had no choice when we look at the intelligence I looked at that says the man was a threat."
When Bush said "please elaborate on that a little bit" he did not appear to be asking Russert to elaborate the question. He seemed to be talking almost to himself. Perhaps he was just momentarily confused by an unexpected question. However...
If Bush was wearing an earpiece the odd statement makes more sense. An unseen handler would have had an excellent reason to say "please elaborate on that" to encourage Bush to give more of an answer than "I think that's an interesting question." Seen in this light, when Bush said "please elaborate on that" he mistakenly repeated an instruction from an unseen handler.
This one small incident alone is (obviously) not proof. But there have been others. Consider this quote from a December 15th press conference (italics added):
George Bush: "See, without the tax relief package, there would have been a deficit, but there wouldn't have been the commiserate -- not 'commiserate' -- the kick to our economy that occurred as a result of the tax relief."
Again... he could have just said "not commiserate" by mistake. But why? A less contradictory explanation would be that an unseen handler tried to correct him and instead of understanding the correction, Bush simply repeated what he heard in his earpiece.
Early in the Bush administration, commentators poked fun at his frequent verbal gaffes and his inability to accurately read a teleprompter. Then he seemed to improve. Perhaps Bush simply learned to speak more coherently.
But an earpiece connected to a room of unseen handlers also explains this change.
A few commentators - like Salt Lake City Weekly columnist D.P. Sorensen - write about the subject as if it's common knowledge (20 Mar 2003 Edition):
When the president appears on public occasions, observers have noticed that he now wears a tiny earpiece. There is speculation that God is telling Mr. Bush what to say, using a celestial wavelength almost impossible for evil-doers to intercept. Some observers think the divine prompting via the earpiece explains the president's propensity for verbal gaffes, such as his comment in February of 2000 that "there is madmen in the world, and there are terror."
Does it matter if Bush wears an earpiece? I think it should.
From Kieth Jean
"More Evidence Bush Wears A Prompting Earpiece"
Most certainly..Hence the strict debate Rules of Engagement..The GOP Neoconvict Handlers did not want the mobile camera man encircling their candidate..
Moreover...the networks, although did not specifically agree on the staging list of do's and don'ts from the Bushmen, MAY have been somewhat embarrassed and backed off ??..The split screen and Jim L's guarded questions showed enough to the American people for them to realise that one cannot suddenly morph from (say)an impressionable Winston Churchill/Jack Kennedy to a Jim Carrey/Jon Stewart character without some form of "embedded" take-away...Of course it may have been the "Aspatame Withdrawal"..Whether we know what we do not know is not necessarily known for the unknowns is exactly what George was attempting to answer...Ask Old Mac..Donald.
Furthermore, Mr.Bush(if you can recall) for no obvious rationale, said to Kerry's and Jim L's amazement, "Let me finish will you" a moment when NOBODY was speaking...I picked it up instantaneously,so I did not imagine the uncontrolled outburst...The camera man cut straight back to Kerry who just showed his big whites and smiled knowing full well that George was talking to the Lord
It is more than possible that George is strutting around with an "implant"(a very, very expensive RFID)
The layman/woman(Ooops) would not believe what we in the Electronic and BioTech Industry have been capable of engineering and implementing... specifically in the past seven years..
Your articles on nano-biometrics and molecular engineering over this past two years has been both very accurate and educational..and I congratulate your team and contributors.
By Victoria Marcinkowski
Science World
Nov 29, 2002
"Wouldn't it be great to have a cell phone invisible to everyone but you? Well, with this tiny tooth-phone implant you need only start listening to pick up a call--the ultimate hands-free phone.
Last summer, two researchers at the Royal College of Art in London invented the "molar mobile"--the world's first tooth phone. Here's how it works: A tiny wireless receiver embedded in your back molar picks up radiowaves, a form of electromagnetic energy that pulses invisibly through space and matter. A magnet then converts the incoming signals into sound waves, which vibrate painlessly from the tooth up the jawbone to your inner ear. "Your jaw carries sound waves on a molecular level," explains inventor James Auger. In a normal cell phone, the earpiece emits sound waves that travel through air to reach your inner ear.
But don't call your dentist for a tooth-phone implant just yet. The phone only accepts incoming signals--meaning you can listen but can't talk back. You'll also need a remote-control device outside your body to program the phone--and to turn it off when you get tired of those voices in your head....."
kieth norman (WelshBrit)




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