Standard Oil tycoon John D. Rockefeller, who at one time controlled 90 percent of the oil refineries in the United States before being forced to break up the conglomerate by the U.S. Supreme Court, built his fortune on illegality, cons and scams.
Though Standard Oil made Rockefeller America’s first millionaire, this was not enough for him. When Rockefeller discovered that petro chemicals, made from oil, could be used to make pharmaceutical drugs, he saw an opportunity to expand his empire. Soon he controlled the fledgling pharmaceutical industry and basically created Big Pharma. Here’s his story from ThebigawakeningQ.
Simon Parkes says we’re at the juncture in the Great Awakening where so many things are happening that we’ve lost the plot. He says we were forewarned by Q about the chaos, where now it’s difficult to figure what links to what.
Appearing on the David G. Mahoney podcast, Parkes elaborates on the calamity, including another toxic rail derailment in Greece. In a shocking revelation, Mahoney and Parkes report the toxic materials from the Ohio derailment will present no long-term harm. They will be dispersed naturally by the sunlight. Parkes adds that to further the Deep State psyop in Palestine, dead fish were brought in from other locations and placed in area waterways to make it appear they were killed by the toxic spill.
Parkes and Mahoney bring the details, including shocking news that BlackRock has purchased Ancestry.com, the joke that is the Ukraine-Russia conflict, an update on the Brunson case, plus more.
On The Fringe’s Dan Radiostyle reports that Russia is deploying ships with tactical nuclear weapons for the first time in three decades.
He says these are not necessarily “big boom” weapons, but smaller yields that can be used in smaller locations. “Little fuss, little muss, if you get the drift,” Radiostyle says. “Russia is ready.” He explains further, plus also reports that the Deep State has painted themselves into a corner, now realizes their predicament and are causing as much damage and mayhem as possible on the way down.
As the great Yogi Berra used to say: “It’s not over ’till it’s over.” That’s the sentiment emanating from the Brunson Brothers, who are expected to learn on Friday if the Supreme Court will place their case on the docket.
Brunson v. Alma S. Adams, a case challenging the validity of the 2020 presidential election, was denied a hearing by SCOTUS in early January, but Loy Brunson tells ThrivetimeShow that they filed a petition for a re-hearing and were granted another conference to discuss the case, which is scheduled for Friday, Feb. 17. Here’s more.
Stew Peters reports that America is running out of political solutions to secure the integrity of our elections. He says our government is now a crime syndicate that is unresponsive to its constituents.
Author and political activist Josh Barnett joins Peters to explain how, according to the Supreme Court, state legislatures still have the power to directly appoint presidential electors. He’s expected to meet with the Arizona Freedom Caucus to detail how this electoral strategy will end Democrat election theft in big cities.
Simon Parkes says Donald J. Trump could be back in the White House sooner, rather than later, if Joe Biden’s classified-document scandal continues to escalate.
Parkes believes that Biden will not be charged for storing docs in his Delaware garage, next to the 1960 Corvette, because they are in his private residence. For the same reason, Trump will be exonerated from the docs found at his Mar-a-Lago, Florida, residence, because the President of the United States has special dispensation regarding documents.
“However, the documents found in the Penn office, which relate to when Biden was vice-president, that’s different, because the vice-president comes under federal law, not presidential rule,” Parkes says. He posits that Biden will more than likely get impeached by the now GOP-controlled House and probably resign. He says there’s a strong possibility that VP Kamala Harris and Speaker Kevin McCarthy will decline to assume the presidency, paving the way for a military presence, a full election in March and the return of Trump.
Parkes explains further, plus gives his take on the Brunson v. Alma case.
The Supreme Court’s decision to deny the Brunson v. Alma case a judicial review was a bummer for many patriots, but the march toward justice is not over, says Juan O. Savin.
Savin emphasized that he opined on many alternative channel interviews that the likelihood of SCOTUS hearing the case was very low, but says that doesn’t mean it’s zero. “There’s more to come on that, on several fronts,” Savin says. “We’re not done by a longshot. There is up to five appeals and we have another case that’s in the wings, also.” He explains further, plus brings more intel.
The U.S. Supreme Court denied certiorari (judicial review of lower court decision) to the Brunson v. Alma Adams case, regarding alleged Constitutional irregularities by Congress in certifying the 2020 presidential election. The case named the members of Congress who failed to vote against the 10-day audit of the 2020 presidential election as defendants.
Kek-Check News reports the ruling means the lower court’s ruling that the Brunson case did not have standing (cause to stand before the court) and that sovereign immunity does protect Congressional members and the president was affirmed in an unannounced order by SCOTUS. He says there is a similar case pending in the lower courts, but will more than likely face the same roadblock. Here’s more.
What’s next for the Brunson case at the Supreme Court? GHard_Joe says that after meeting on Jan. 6 and combing through 419 cases–including the Brunson case–that filed for writ of certiorari (judicial review of a lower court decision), SCOTUS will reveal its decision on which cases it will hear today.
GHard_Joe says the Supremes will review the cases based on whether or not the lower courts made a legal mistake on standing or sovereign immunity. The Brunson case challenges the validity of the 2020 presidential election, arguing Congress failed to honor its Constitutional duty to investigate alleged foreign interference before certifying the results. GHard_Joe explains further.
Juan O. Savin tells Unrestricted Truths that the Supreme Court decision on whether to hear the Brunson v. Adams election fraud case is rapidly coming to a head.
Savin says the SCOTUS decision is expected on Friday, Jan. 6. The case revolves around whether Congress violated their Constitutional oath by certifying the 2020 presidential election without first investigating a charge by 154 Congressional members surrounding the validity of the vote in six states, and whether there was foreign interference. He explains further and updates the details.