The hosts call out Kaplan, who serves as senior researcher for the left-wing watchdog Media Matters. Pedersen calls Kaplan "a great friend of the show" before accusing him of receiving "dark money" from the group. Pedersen also notes that Media Matters, established 2004 by journalist David Brock, has been working with Democrat-connected firm Arabella Advisors to conduct smear campaigns on patriots.
"That includes [former President] Donald Trump, that includes [QAnon], [and] that includes me and you," Pedersen notes. Aside from Kaplan and George Soros, Pedersen also mentions prominent "bloodline families that are actually out to take over America." These include the Wyss, Quant, Lee and Payseur families.
Pedersen then quotes a tweet from Kaplan about a text message the former has received from Arizona State Sen. Wendy Rogers. The Republican state lawmaker lauds Pedersen for his support toward the election audit in Maricopa County. According to Rogers, the "Matrixxx Grooove" host has "one of the most forward-leaning platforms out there."
Kaplan also includes an excerpt of Rogers's earlier interview with Pedersen and Grove. The GOP lawmaker says in the excerpt: "If you accumulate all these [conservative] media platforms like yours, which is a brave platform, ... all of these platforms add up to more than Fox News." She continues: "You guys need to understand that the alternative media, you are brave. And we couldn't get our message out without you. So I really wanna say that in all sincerity, that it takes a press like you to uphold our First Amendment rights." (Related: Wendy Rogers talks about election fraud and subsequent audits with Mike Adams – Brighteon.TV.)
Pedersen and Grove then explain how QAnon comes into play amid the current situation. First, Pedersen notes that Brighteon.tv is among the brave platforms Rogers refers to in her interview. He continues: "These are our heroes. These are the messages from Wendy Rogers, and [those are] true. We're all here together. We're all here to disseminate the truth – and we are all of God, right?"
The host adds: "I'm speaking on behalf of everybody that has followed this movement for years. If it wasn't for [QAnon], I don't know where we'd be today. Because … the people on this very platform and others, … every single one of them, we're all in it for the same reason: To save our country [and] to save our children."
According to Pedersen, any infighting among those who believe QAnon is "stupid" because everyone in it espouses the same belief. "I voted for [Donald J. Trump], I am America First – if you are all of that, that's all that matters. I'm not the one to judge; that's up to somebody much bigger than me," he says.
Meanwhile, Grove believes that there is an important component to QAnon's emergence. "I know that there's a lot of stuff out there that is … completely off the map regarding what [QAnon] was talking about. But the truth of the matter is: What Q was attempting to do was to create an informed electorate, what the republic so desperately needed," he says. (Related: Twitter bans QAnon accounts while allowing terrorists and pedophiles on their platform.)
"What we really did not have in America was an informed electorate. Everyone was taking pieces and parts of the propaganda narrative, making it whole, making it part of your story [and] making it part of this reality. And what [QAnon] did was [it] came in and showed everyone … the gross underbelly [of the Deep State]," Grove elaborates.
Grove also touches on what he calls the Alphabet Mafia, consisting of mainstream media outlets and government entities colluding together to chip away the people's freedom. "Whether it is CBS, PBS, the [Federal Bureau of Investigation], the [Central Intelligence Agency], [or] the [Food and Drug Administration], they are all part of the Alphabet Mafia [working] to suppress [Americans] and to put America back into a different time – which is the time of non-free speech, no right to own a firearm [and a time when] you don't have a right to a speedy trial," he says.
Watch the full Sept. 22 episode of "The Matrixxx Grooove Show" by clicking here. "The Matrixxx Grooove Show" with Jeff and Shady airs from Monday to Friday, 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. Eastern time, on Brighteon.TV.
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