Assange: Key To DNC Hack

The [Deep State] doesn’t know which way to turn. All they can do is keep their fake agenda’s moving forward so it takes the spotlight off of their crimes. This is failing and all the pieces are being moved into place to counter all of it. It’s like a vice grip slowly closing. As it gets tighter, it exerts more and more pressure. Julian Assange is the source of the DNC hack. Soon, Assange will have his day. The [Deep State] are now getting ready to push Russia narrative again during the 2020 elections. The swamp is deep and wide. Remove/replace operation ongoing. Traitors everywhere. Moves and counter moves. More from the X22 Report.




In Pursuit of Truth put out a new video called Feddlin’ that deals specifically with the Democrats’ fiddling and meddling — feddlin’. That covers a wide gamut of vote manipulations and election subversions, as well as the suspicious death of the wife of Dr. Robert Epstein, the social scientist who testified before Congress last summer about Google practicing deceptive techniques to increase Democratic voter results. In what is not at all surprising, YouTube — a subsidiary of Google — quickly struck down that video.

We categorically oppose Google and YouTube subverting the US constitution, as well as feddlin’ with our voting processes and trampling our freedoms. This is an evil company that needs to be subjected to anti-trust scrutiny and broken up into smaller, hopefully more responsible companies. Google is not only unmanageable because of its monopolistic size. It is a politically biased outfit that needs to be spanked — and we mean spanked really hard!




From following Q, we know the Deep State is evil and corrupt. But exactly how deep does the Deep State go? Are the people awake their biggest fear? More from JustInformed Talk.

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MoarNewQ!!! MoarVoterFraud!!! D Con Exposed!!! Truth Will BTold!!! More from McAllister TV. She asks the immortal question: Does Michelle Obama still have a wang!!! Dang, Doodle!!!




 

Women Could Cost Trump

If President Donald Trump loses in 2020, it will likely be women who defeat him. More from Mr. Obvious.

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If the Senate ever does hold an impeachment trial, who are the likely Republican turncoats that might vote to impeach President Donald Trump? H.A. Goodman identifies three Senators in question, two of them women: Lisa Murkowski and Susan Collins. The third possible jerk: Mitt Romney.

Let’s hope all three do vote to impeach, and get trounced by Republicans the next time they’re up for re-election. The party will be better off without this riffraff. Republicans have had to deal with these traitorous scumbags for far too long.

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When We First Walked

In 1978, fossilized footprints preserved in volcanic ash were discovered in Laetoli, Tanzania, by legendary anthropologist Mary Leakey, proving that our human ancestors were already striding across the landscape 3.6 million years ago.

The discovery was monumental, because it contradicted a long-standing idea about human evolution, perhaps debunking the theory that early humans developed a large brain before they stood up. Host Kallie Moore explains in this episode of PBS Eons.

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Sanders Means Trump Wins

Styxhexenhammer666 says now that the bottom is falling out underneath Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden is becoming mired in scandal, the Democrats might be tempted to go ahead and nominate the Vermont Socialist Bernie Sanders. Big mistake.

A Sanders nomination will almost certainly mean a Trump victory in 2020. Here, Styx analyzes the race, using the Washington Examiner as a guidepost.

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Virginia Gun Grab Blasted

So the goofy Virginia Governor Ralph Blackface Northam, emboldened by a blue sweep of both houses of the Virginia legislature, stuck his head out of a window in that big white Governor’s mansion in downtown Richmond and proclaimed that Virginia was now going to lead the way into a new world order of anti-gun socialism. And his first proof of service was that he was going to be the state that broke the back of the NRA.

So his overly-excitable, wet-behind-the-ears newbie legislators from the inside-the-Beltway Kremlin put in a wide variety of anti-gun measures as proposed legislation when their first session opens for business on January 9th.

Well, then goofy Northam decided to go them one better and threaten that if legal gun owners didn’t turn in their newly-banned assault weapons the state police would come and get them.

Well, obviously, this didn’t sit well with those of us who grew up wandering the fields with rifles since before we could drive a car. Now we are the mayors and sheriffs and members of Boards of Supervisors all over the state. Hehehe – watch out Northam. Better tuck your head back in your temporary mansion. More from Bill Still, with an assist from conservative spokesman Walter Williams.

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Virginia has quickly become ground zero in the war for the very soul of America. And as Patriots rise in the face of over tyranny, a civil war in the state is now becoming a very real possibility. More from the SGTReport.




Who Is Andrew Inverness?

Looks like Prince Andrew just can’t stop with his dishonesty. Even after being brandished by the Queen, he is still trying to scam folks, even using fake identities. Meanwhile, the FBI is finally getting serious about investigating Jeffrey Epstein’s madam Gjislaine Maxwell after waffling for months and disregarding the scandal. Also, in this episode: Hillary Clinton. More from The Vincent Vendetta Channel.

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What Was The Enlightenment

The European Enlightenment of the 18th century introduced the world to modern science, economics, medicine, and political freedom – or so we’re told. But is what we’re told accurate? Political philosopher Yoram Hazony explores this question and offers some surprising answers in this truly enlightening video.

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Hacking the Periodic Table

A quick glance at the Periodic Table can give you the impression that it’s not very well designed. Why the awkward tall columns and huge gaps in the middle, separating closely related elements? Host Henry Reich shows off his cutting and taping skills to give us some fun, more user-friendly forms in this informative edition of minutephysics.

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