In 2011, Winfrey unveiled the Oprah Winfrey Network, identified as OWN. But as Crokin wisely found out, OWN spelled in reverse is NWO, which clearly is unshakable evidence of her deep connections to the New World Order.
“What is her network-OWN-backwards?” Crokin inquired. “New World Order. Hello! Anagrams, reverse words, symbolism.”
That awareness was the truth to Myers-Barber, compelling Crokin to elucidate considerably more.
“Her network is the OWN and you spell it backwards,” Crokin stated. “Her channel is OWN. What is OWN backwards? New World Order. No coincidence there.”
“That is something,” Myers-Barber responded, fascinated. “In the Bible, it talks about spirit of Antichrist, which we realize is already in the air. But could Oprah rise up and be the Antichrist? That’s a stretch, but, hey, you never know.”
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