Lift The Veil’s – Nathan Stolpman is an Actor

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The lunatic Truth Movement's, Nathan Stolpman from the Youtube show Lift The Veil, is an actor. He has past Hollyweird er I mean Hollywood connections. He had two acting parts in two Hollywood funded movies.

He played a part in Cecil B. DeMented, which was released in the year two thousand. This movie featured Melanie Griffith. Also, Nathan Stolpman played a part in The Ketchup King, which was released in two thousand two.

Nathan actually played a starring role in The Ketchup King. He had a role in one episode of the television series Homicide: Life on the Street. He had a part in one episode in nineteen ninety seven.

Nathan Stolpman had another role in another television program Legacy. He appeared in one episode in nineteen ninety eight. Nathan is also a former car salesman.

However, not just any car salesmen. On Nathan Stolpman Linkedin profile he worked at Bentley Maserati Alfa Romeo of Walnut Creek, Ferrari Maserati Silicon Valley, and Maserati of Pasadena. He has admitted to earning two hundred thousand dollars per year over a twelve year career.

He received his acting degree also known as a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Carnegie Mellon University in year two thousand. Nathan's specialty is claiming most things are fake. I have noticed this pattern with the wretched Truth Movement.

Nathan's first real break into the Truth Movement was being interviewed by Patricia Steere of Flat Earth & Other Hot Potatoes. Flat earth to me is absolutely ridiculous. Patricia's father owned a radio station in Kalamazoo, Michigan.

However, her professional radio resume is a seperate blog post. Nathan Stolpman is a supporter of the rigged political system. He supported the puppet Donald "Chump" Trump.

Nathan to me is a long line of former actors in this phony fake joke of a Truth Movement. As a matter of fact Alex Jones is also a former Hollyweird I mean Hollywood actor.

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