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Newsmax host goes on bizarre rant about ‘lizard people’

by Harry Garcia

Newsmax Host Raises Concerns About “Lizard People” Controlling Finances and Digital Currency

In a recent on-air rant, Newsmax host Carl Higbie expressed his concerns about a group of “lizard people” who supposedly plan to control the finances of US citizens through the introduction of a digital dollar. The former US Navy Seal began his bizarre tirade by suggesting that the government would create a crisis to advance its own agenda.

During his show, “Carl Higbie Frontline,” Higbie claimed that politicians and bureaucrats already exert control over taxes and interest rates, but their ultimate goal is to have complete control over the personal finances of every American. He argued that they would achieve this by introducing a digital currency, allowing them to monitor all financial transactions.

Higbie specifically mentioned the World Economic Forum (WEF), implying that the federal government and organizations like the WEF would use a Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) to sell the idea of ease and security to the public. He singled out Klaus Schwab, the chairman of the WEF, calling him a “real-life Dr. Evil” and suggesting that he is determined to implement a digital currency.

The Newsmax host then alleged that the invisible money created through a CBDC would be controlled primarily by unelected bureaucrats. He further claimed that certain banks, like Silicon Valley Bank, Signature Bank, and First Republic Bank, were not bailed out because they supported Bitcoin, a currency that the bureaucrats cannot control.

While Higbie’s claims may seem outlandish, he asserted that they are all interconnected. He proposed that the government would use free money initiatives, such as Universal Basic Income (UBI), to persuade people to willingly relinquish their financial autonomy. Higbie argued that the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdowns were a trial run, forcing individuals to rely on the state for financial support, leading to increased control over their lives.

In response to these concerns, the Federal Reserve government website states that a CBDC would not replace physical cash and would only be introduced if it could work within existing privacy and identity-management frameworks.

It is worth noting Higbie’s controversial past. He joined Newsmax in 2020 after resigning from his position as chief of external affairs for the Corporation for National and Community Service in 2018. Higbie left the government agency after making racist, homophobic, and misogynistic comments. Newsmax has garnered attention for promoting various conspiracy theories, including allegations of voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election.

While Higbie’s rant offers an intriguing perspective on the potential risks associated with a digital currency, it is essential to critically evaluate the claims made and consider them in the context of credible information and expert analysis.

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