L. A. Marzulli Weighs in on Peruvian "Alien," Claims So-Called "Deep State" Is Plotting to Destroy Nephilim Researchers Like Him
Yesterday I mentioned that the story promoted by Gaia TV about the preserved remains of an “alien” corpse found in Peru has created a great deal of controversy because it has not been examined by qualified experts and appears at first glance to be a rather crudely sculpted statue. But more importantly, it has created a rift in the fringe community between those who want to embrace the “alien” as proof of extraterrestrials and those who are wary about embracing yet another in a long series of hoaxes. This week Nephilim researcher L. A. Marzulli tried to have it both ways but was clearly covering his bases for when this thing inevitably goes south. That wasn’t as interesting, though, as his new claim that the so-called “Deep State” is actively working to destroy him and other Nephilim theorists.
As most readers will remember, Marzulli is an extreme conservative prone to repeating anything and everything the right-wing internet says. He also seems to be becoming increasingly paranoid, if we are to judge by his broadcasts. He started the broadcast, for example, by repeating claims from right-wing extremist conspiracy theorists that the government or a secret cabal are planting child pornography on conservatives’ phones and computers in order to discredit them. He implied quite seriously that someone planted the child porn and child sex evidence against former Subway spokesman Jared Fogle, even though in 2015 Fogle admitted to the crimes and pleaded guilty to possessing child porn and soliciting sex with minors.
Marzulli brought this up because he wanted to allege that an alphabet soup of government intelligence agencies, including the NSA and the Defense Department, are actively monitoring and attempting to subvert the Nephilim research community, including Marzulli, Tom Horn, and Steve Quayle. “They’re all over us like white on rice,” Marzulli said, and he identified the malefactors as representatives of the “Deep State,” the most recent conservative bogeyman. He told his viewers that he was “threatened” in Dallas by an unidentified man from the “Deep State” who said he would plant child pornography on his iPhone in order to discredit him and would remotely access the computer in Marzulli’s 1991 automobile in order to floor the accelerator and crash the car, thus stopping him from researching Nephilim. Marzulli said that he is protected from government interference because “the Most High God” will protect him until it is “my time.” As usual, God’s favor can be measured in dollars, so Marzulli promoted his latest video series and reminded viewers to buy, buy, buy.
Afterward, Marzulli went into a long rant about his love for Donald Trump, his belief in conspiracies about George Soros, and his hatred of “the left,” and he added that leftist beliefs are a “disease.” He promised a new civil war in which conservative white men would take arms against “the left” if Donald Trump is assassinated. This was followed by a longer rant about his hatred of Barack Obama.
Near the end of the show, Marzulli addresses the question of the alien corpse. He said that it was interesting but that he would withhold judgment until trained medical professionals have had a chance to look at the supposed body. He noted, correctly, that he had been burned twice before by Jaime Maussan’s claims about aliens, including the so-called demon-fairy that prompted an apology last year when he realized it was a hoax. Marzulli held out hope that it is a genuine corpse (presumably of a Nephilim), but he expressed misgivings about it.
He concluded the show by teasing a segment about the Roswell UFO crash from his new DVD and reminded viewers to buy more stuff from him, presumably to bestow divine blessings and stick it to the liberals in government.
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