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The Year Is Almost Up

Dave Hayes, the Praying Medic, has written two books about Q. The Calm Before The Storm and his newest book The Great Awakening. The conversation begins with the Rittenhouse trial. The fake news is losing the narrative and the people are seeing the truth. The Jan 6 unselect committee is looking for the devolution plans. This is why they are going after Trump’s cabinet of people. This will fail. Then Dave talks about how something big might happen in January. A year is almost up. as Trump says. The storm is approaching. More from the X22 Report Spotlight.




Joe Biden, the leader of the Democratic snakes, is pushing back his vaccine mandate. Many businesses asked for a delay, but the real reason Biden is going along: The country is becoming more mobilized and opposed to stringent, globalist measures likes these mandates.

We are seeing a red wave building that could be so strong, it will negate the inevitable cheating, fraud and corruption committed by the boa constrictor party. Bye bye Byden. Soon, all will be revealed. At that time, your rule of tyranny is going to end. More from And We Know.




We close with Jordan Sather’s latest Destroying the Illusion update, addressing not only Steve Bannon, John Durham and Pope Francis, but also Ghislaine Maxwell, UFOs, and Biden’s vaccine mandate getting struck down. He closes with some scientific topics, including dark matter and geoengineering.




Vets Still Feel Afghan Impact

American veterans are still feeling the painful impact of the Biden Administration’s abandonment of Afghanistan, after having fought, bled and lost friends there.

Sara Carter discusses the impact with U.S. Army Lt. Col. Scott Mann (Ret.), an organizer of the Pineapple Express, through which veterans helped to rescue more than 700 Afghan allies and their families. Col. Mann offers his take on the Afghan debacle and talks about the challenge of transitioning from military service to civilian life, a change that drove him to the brink of suicide. Here’s the interview.

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