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Insignificant 6 points ago +6 / -0

And why is nobody paying attention to John Durham and his work? This will be the biggest shoe to drop in my humble opinion. The network of people he's targeting will unravel well over 50% of the garbage that needs to be taken out.

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Insignificant 4 points ago +4 / -0

It's crazy to think that Alaska and the Gulf of Mexico could provide us with more than enough oil to make us the world leaders in oil production/exportation, but they seem to find a way to delay. Trump knew that Canada/Mexico/Alaska and possibly Greenland could sustain the US for centuries, and he got close to securing all of them. This will happen in the future once all the other BS is fixed.

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Insignificant 6 points ago +6 / -0

I was hoping to see more news related to the biolabs in Ukraine...Russia is done playing games it seems. They are now shining the light on Poland, Germany, and the US' connections to funding these labs. The whole truth is likely more unbelievable than we can possibly imagine.

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Insignificant 3 points ago +3 / -0

Seeing how upset the left is over this abortion news lately is just a small piece of what we'll see once the election fraud is fully announced. SC will need extra security once they have no choice but to rule in favor of reinstating Trump. Oh, and then he's back on Twitter in full-force with those glorious mean tweets...the reaction to abortion law will pale in comparison.

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Insignificant 4 points ago +4 / -0

Joe's only getting 1/2353 of what's in the bill, so imagine how much is really going to be wasted on other individuals/entities. It's sickening.

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Insignificant 1 point ago +1 / -0

There's no way to debunk the evidence they have, but they did bring up the idea that the only pushback they might receive is with the question, "How do we know that all those absentee ballots were Biden votes instead of Trump votes?"

But I think they answered that by showing that the individuals they tracked were picking up ballots at Democrat-run non-profit organizations, and that these same people were tracked showing up at BLM and Antifa riots. It'd be hard to convince anyone that those were Trump supporters and Trump ballots.

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Insignificant 23 points ago +23 / -0

The craziest part to me is that these are only the drop-box absentee ballots we're talking about. I can't remember the final numbers they showed, but it was more than enough to give Trump all the swing states. Now consider the other means they used like flipping votes remotely or destroying Trump ballots. The true numbers may be more unbelievable than we imagine.

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Insignificant 4 points ago +4 / -0

I'm watching it now. This is explosive stuff...truly brilliant.

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Insignificant 2 points ago +2 / -0

So her max sentence went from 65 to 55 years? That's not much of a difference at this point.

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Insignificant 4 points ago +4 / -0

I've had this debate so many times in the past. This country needs to step back and learn English again. Definitions do matter, and in this case, a conspiracy can be described as the Chicago Bulls practicing secret plays for months in hopes of bringing down their next opponents. It's also a conspiracy when two parents won't tell their kids what they got them for Christmas.

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Insignificant 1 point ago +1 / -0

If this is what was needed for them to reassert their medical rights, so be it. Right-wing extremists are blamed for everything anyway, so they can go ahead with the stories about how it was Trump supporters all along that wanted vaccine mandates. Then they'll be happy to get rid of them in the name of punishing the ones they think are responsible. Hey, at least he didn't capitalize "her/s". I love when they have no idea what the implications are when they tweet something like this. Keep the inadvertent confessions coming morons.

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Insignificant 1 point ago +1 / -0

"Who's Ellie?"

That was a great movie wasn't it?

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Insignificant 2 points ago +2 / -0

It wasn't Orwell, but it's always attributed to him for some reason.

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Insignificant 26 points ago +26 / -0

This is precisely why I posted this article. There's no doubt to anyone that's been paying attention that this is a significant event. Stay tuned.

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Insignificant 1 point ago +1 / -0

This is from the first few pages of his file:

"Because of Mr. Disney's position as the foremost producer of cartoon films in the motion picture industry and his prominence and wide acquaintenceship in film production matters, it is believed that he can be of valuable assistance to this office and therefore it is my recommendation that he be approved as an SAC contact."

On the next page it summarizes his idea for the Mickey Mouse Club: "He would like the first scene to be done on the range which would show the Agent shooting at a bulls-eye target and would be based on the fact that the FBI agent is a great marksman and would be something that the children would look up to."

https://vault.fbi.gov/walter-elias-disney/walter-elias-disney-part-01-of-03/view

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Insignificant 1 point ago +1 / -0

I haven't read those docs in many years, but here's how I found them:

Go to https://vault.fbi.gov/ and search for Walt Disney. I started from the beginning and read a few dozen pages before I got bored.

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Insignificant 3 points ago +3 / -0

Probably for the same reasons Walt Disney himself got involved in targeting an all-children audience. Declassified docs from the FBI say he was recruited to target children in an attempt to get them interested in law enforcement, but I'd bet the real reason is way more sinister.

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Insignificant 4 points ago +6 / -2

If anyone tries to make the Nazi/Trump supporter connection, just remind them that Trump didn't start a war, but yes, his supporters also can get behind a strong economy with very low unemployment, strong borders, sovereignty from international groups like the League of Nations and the World Health Organization, nationalist-themed education for our children, playing host to the Olympics, defeating a great depression in a few short years, constant Nobel prize winners in every scientific field, a strong and well-funded military, an amazing entertainment industry that's fairly moral due to bans on certain types of pornography and the closure of gay bars, a ban on abortions, ancient decrees that hold the beer industry accountable, and strong animal abuse laws, then yes, Nazis were much like many Trump supporters. Of course that's only one side of the equation though, as you've pointed out.

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Insignificant 3 points ago +3 / -0

The Wiki page on Trump is hilarious. It's clearly a smear campaign. Then I found this after reading a few linked pages...why has nobody mentioned Ukraine's possible role in rigging the 2020 election?

"Since 2016, then-presidential candidate Donald Trump and his allies have promoted several conspiracy theories related to the Trump–Ukraine scandal. One such theory seeks to blame Ukraine, instead of Russia, for interference in the 2016 United States presidential election."

"American intelligence believes that Russia engaged in a years long campaign to frame Ukraine for the 2016 election interference, that the Kremlin is the prime mover behind promotion of the fictitious alternative narratives, and that these are harmful to the United States."

"FBI director Christopher A. Wray stated to ABC News that "We have no information that indicates that Ukraine interfered with the 2016 presidential election" and that "as far as the [2020] election itself goes, we think Russia represents the most significant threat."

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conspiracy_theories_related_to_the_Trump%E2%80%93Ukraine_scandal

Since we know Wiki is as unreliable as they come, perhaps Trump was right again and Russia's liberation of Ukraine will expose more than we imagined...thoughts?

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