source by your standards? I'm not saying you should believe every quote you read, but if you do some investigative research you'll find the quote certainly did not originate from this video creator.
Thomas Jeffersons' famous quote calling the central bankers a den of venomous thieves would not be sourced by your standards and yet everyone, even common folk, quote it as gospel. I do not imply that just because a "quote" is mimicked by the public that it should be used as proof of its existence, but you can't just deny its existence because you don't see a direct YT recording of it or a personal memoir quoting it.
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