Dquixote1217, RMN 3-17-18… “Buckle Up – It’s About to Get Real!”

This one was sent to me by someone, and I feel it is right on the mark. It has started, and the wave is getting higher and higher, so be prepared, inner-wise, to start riding this massive wave of apocalypse (and eventually, renewal). Big time, baby!!

“It is about to hit the fan like nothing you have ever seen before. Forget the cries of Chaos, Russia! Russia! Russia!, porn stars and the idiotic, yet entirely predictable, claims by the left and the guilty (McCabe and Brennar [Brennan], for example) that Trump caused former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe to be fired. Utter hogwash and shiiny objects meant to distract you from what is coming.

“The IG Report is imminent and those in the know are saying that it will be “explosive”. A bombshell that will rock the political world, the DOJ and the deep state… When all is said and done, heads will roll and prison cells will be filled – and the list of names that may be snared in the web of deceit and corruption is long and impressive…

“Meanwhile, stay tuned to news outlets that tell you what is really happening. Such as Sean Hannity and Lou Dobbs. Partisan no doubt, but also spot on.

“Reports are that McCabe threatened that if he went down he was going to take “everyone” with him. Do ya think he might have emphasized that when he had his last minute meeting with Rosenstein to beg to keep his retirement?”

Thanks to BP who originally sent this message to me. It was laos posted here.

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Buckle Up – It’s About to Get Real!

Folks, it’s about to get real. It is about to hit the fan like nothing you have ever seen before. Forget the cries of Chaos, Russia! Russia! Russia!, porn stars and the idiotic, yet entirely predictable, claims by the left and the guilty (McCabe and Brennar [Brennan], for example) that Trump caused former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe to be fired. Utter hogwash and shiiny objects meant to distract you from what is coming.

The IG Report is imminent and those in the know are saying that it will be “explosive”. A bombshell that will rock the political world, the DOJ and the deep state. And you can pretty much count on a second special counsel being appointed in the very near future. Andrew McCabe, who was fired upon the recommendations of the entirely independent Inspector General and the FBI’s own Office of Professional Responsibility – both of which are beyond Trump’s reach, btw – is just the tip of the iceberg. He leaked, he lied and his pension died. He also committed a number of crimes, as did many others – and those crimes are going to be uncovered and revealed to one an all – including the Trump-hating media and the Trump-hating Democrats who continue to be in denial.

When all is said and done, heads will roll and prison cells will be filled – and the list of names that may be snared in the web of deceit and corruption is long and impressive: Comey, Lynch, Weinstein, Strozk, Page, Brennan, Clapper, Rosenstein, Holder, Biden, Obama and yes, Hillary Clinton. Trust me on this one. I will be back later to tell you “I told you so” to all the doubters. Meanwhile, stay tuned to news outlets that tell you what is really happening. Such as Sean Hannity and Lou Dobbs. Partisan no doubt, but also spot on.

I will leave you with this little tidbit: Reports are that McCabe threatened that if he went down he was going to take “everyone” with him. Do ya think he might have emphasized that when he had his last minute meeting with Rosenstein to beg to keep his retirement? Do ya think that maybe that might have been part of the reason that AG Sessions took until the eleventh hour to make his decision to fire McCabe? Hmmmm . . . .

Buckle up, folks – it’s going to be a jaw-dropping ride!

My two cents.

Grand Torino / InfoWars News3-17-18… “Jerome Corsi, Charles Ortel, with Grand Torino”… “All about the Clinton Foundation”

This group call was run by “Grand Torino“, a citizen journalist in Ireland. I’ve been listening to this explanation of the operations of the Clinton Foundation, and the key statement for me, from Charles Ortel , from is below (at about 1:16:00)…

“You can use the… track record of the Clinton Foundation to help people understand how NOT to run a charity… Pick any law that matters, and this foundation has likely broken it.

[from 1:26:30] “All of these fake foundations associated with the Clintons is just that… it’s a fraud… the largest unprosecuted set of frauds in the history of mankind. Way bigger than Madoff!” Charles Ortel

I am quite sure that as more and more is unveiled about this, deep state dominoes will begin to fall, again and again (they already have, actually… the McCabe firing is one of them). I am personally neither pro-Clinton or anti-Clinton. But I am pro-Unveiling. This is only the beginning. Charles Ortel important contribution is that he has gone through the financials of the Clinton (and other) foundations, and knows what is correct and incorrect about foundations.
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https://youtu.be/2TULvmV9CK0

Published on Mar 17, 2018

You’ll Go Nuts Over These Nutty Keto Cookies

Megan Olson from Paleohacks

https://blog.paleohacks.com/no-bake-freezer-keto-cookies/[RS1] 

 

Recipe by Megan Olson
from Paleohacks

 

A plate of freshly baked cookies is a delightful,
heartwarming treat that will remind many of their childhood days. But owing to
today’s busy, fast-paced lifestyle, not many people have enough time to make
their own pastry. To satisfy their cookie cravings, they turn to ready-to-eat
varieties found on supermarket shelves.

 

However, processed cookies, biscuits and other baked goods
not only taste far inferior compared to homemade ones, but also come with
pitfalls for your health. Case in point: In 2013, a small study from
Connecticut College found that Oreos are just as addictive as cocaine for lab
rats.[1]
The black-and-white cookies were found to activate more neurons in the pleasure
center of the animals’ brain compared to cocaine — showing just how potentially
detrimental processed
foods
can be for your body.

 

So instead of loading up on processed sweets and pastries,
why not make your own at home? If you want something quick and easy, this Keto Cookies
recipe from Megan Olson of PaleoHacks is perfect for you. The best part: No
need to turn on your oven!

 

Prep time: 20
minutes

Cook time: 1 hour

Serves: 15
cookies

 

Ingredients:

 

1/2 cup raw macadamia nuts

1/2 cup raw pecans

1/4 teaspoon sea salt

2 tablespoons grass fed butter, melted

1 cup unsweetened coconut flakes

 

Procedure:

 

1.      
Add the macadamia nuts, pecans and salt to a
food processor. Pulse on high for three to five minutes or until the batter is
smooth.

2.      
Transfer the batter to a mixing bowl. Add the
melted butter and coconut flakes to the bowl and stir to combine.

3.      
Prepare a baking sheet with parchment paper.

4.      
Using a small cookie scoop, scoop the dough
(about 2 teaspoons) onto the baking sheet. Flatten and shape into a cookie with
your hands. Repeat for all the dough until you have 15 cookies.

5.      
Place in the freezer for one to two hours to
set, then enjoy!

 

Healthy Raw Nuts and
Coconut Are the Stars of This Recipe

 

Instead
of flour and sugar, this keto-friendly cookie recipe makes use of raw nuts and
coconut as the base
ingredients. Raw organic nuts, in particular, are excellent because they offer
healthy fats,
antioxidants, vitamins and fiber, all of which are essential for your well-being.

 

Eating nuts has
been linked to a wide range of benefits, and people who include them in their
diet are found to reap these effects (as compared to those who don’t):

 

·        
Better cardiovascular health

·        
Lower systolic blood pressure

·        
Fewer risk factors for metabolic syndrome

·        
Lower risk for
diabetes

·        
Reduced mortality risk
[ECF2] 

 

L-arginine, an amino acid that offers numerous vascular
benefits,[2]
especially for people with heart disease, is also found in different types of
nuts. This may be one particular reason why loading up on these foods can help
improve your heart health.

 

Meanwhile, coconut (it’s technically a drupe, not a nut) is
known for its high fiber content, minerals such as phosphorus, manganese and potassium,
and naturally sterile electrolytes, all of which can be exceptionally good for
your health.

 

However, what makes it unique is its lauric acid — this
converts to monolaurin, the same compound found in breast milk. Monolaurin is
known for its antiviral, antifungal and antibacterial properties.

 

You Can’t Go Wrong
With Grass Fed Butter

 

Butter, one of the essential ingredients used for baking, has
been greatly vilified for decades. But it’s now making a comeback, which is
great news. Raw butter is abundant in vitamins, trace minerals, conjugated
linoleic acid (CLA) and beneficial fats.

 

This is why it’s such a relief that people are now bringing
butter back into their foods, while at the same time realizing that partially
hydrogenated vegetable oils, margarine, and shortening are the true enemies.

 

Remember, however, that for butter to be better, it must be
made specifically from grass fed cows’ milk — and not from cows raised in concentrated
animal feeding operations (CAFOs)
. CAFO butter is nutritionally inferior as
the animals not only are given genetically engineered (GE) grain, but also are fed
additional sugar from GE sugar beets and cottonseed to fatten them up.

 

About the Blog

 

Paleohacks
is one of the largest Paleo communities on the web. They offer everything
Paleo, from a Q&A forum where users get their top health questions
answered, to a community blog featuring daily recipes, workouts and wellness
content. You can also tune in to their podcast, where they bring in the top
experts in the Paleo world to share the latest, cutting-edge health
information.


 [RS1]Please be sure to link to the
recipe in the opening paragraph

 

In the about the blog section please link to
blog.paleohacks.com

The Concussion Repair Manual: A Practical Guide to Recovering from Traumatic Brain Injuries

By Dr. Mercola

Dr. Dan Engle, board-certified in adult psychology and neurology, and who completed psychiatric fellowships in child, adolescent and forensic psychiatry, has written an indispensable guide to recovering from traumatic brain injury (TBI), “The Concussion Repair Manual: A Practical Guide to Recovering From Traumatic Brain Injuries.”

TBI is incredibly pervasive. An estimated 80 to 90 percent of people have had some form of TBI. Military personnel and athletes such as football players and boxers tend to be at particularly high risk, but TBI can happen to anyone, for a range of reasons. Engle has had personal experience with it, which is what motivated him to pursue this discipline of medicine and write a book about it.

“I went to college to play soccer … Boxers … who get slugged in the face — that’s about 20 pounds of pressure to their brain. Soccer players, if you go in for a full volley or a full header, take 70 pounds of pressure to the brain … I had a series of concussions that led up to me choosing medical school,” he says.

“Two weeks before medical school, I broke my neck. That was a big entry point in a recalibration of my direction … I started [medical school] in a Halo Device, where they screw it into your skull and you’re walking around fixated. For the first three months of med school, I was in this Halo. It was the first thing that finally slowed me down. It helped me self-reflect. It helped me realize that I was driving at a level of intensity in my life that I didn’t really enjoy.

I ended up having much more fun in med school and residency than I did in high school and college, just because I wasn’t so intense with everything. It oriented me from ER and surgical medicine into neurology and psychiatry. [My focus] was … the neuroreparative aspects of brain injury and spinal cord injury, as well as the more humanistic side of understanding people, the stories of what make us who we are and the mindset of healing, and how very [important] that is to recovery.”

TBIs Are Incredibly Pervasive, Yet Many Fail to Get Proper Rehabilitation

A common myth is that unless you’ve suffered complete loss of consciousness, you didn’t have a concussion or significant head injury, but this simply isn’t true, Engle says. Generally speaking, a concussion is a mild TBI, and will score higher on assessment using the Glasgow Coma Scale (a scoring system that grades your level of consciousness after a TBI). More severe TBIs that are moderate or severe will respectively score lower.

An estimated 4 million to 6 million people are on disability due to chronic severe conditions resulting from their TBI, but many more have undocumented TBIs — be it from a car accident, slip and fall incident or simply hitting your head on a cabinet. Most of these injuries are mild and heal on their own, but even mild TBI can have lingering effects that can become chronic unless you address them.

“Most people, if they just hit their head on the door or cabinet, it’s not going to be enough to have a significant neurological sequela moving forward, but sometimes, it will. Oftentimes, the thing that happens in the home that will have negative long-term impacts is a fall.

If you slip on a rug or slip going down the stairs, there’s a significant momentum that jostles the brain inside the skull to what’s called a coup contrecoup injury, or back-and-forth kind of injury. That’s going to be noticeable,” he says.

Telltale Signs of TBI

Oftentimes the injury doesn’t seem severe enough to have caused TBI, which is why telltale signs are often overlooked — things like poor concentration, mood changes or changes in your ability to focus and follow through on mental tasks. Word recall may also suffer. Emotional dysregulation, irritability, foggy thinking and sleep problems are also common effects.

Whenever you experience an injury to your head, regardless of how severe it appears to be, pay careful attention to any psychological changes that might occur over the coming week or two. Signs such as those just mentioned are indications that your nervous system is on high alert due to an inflammatory cascade, which presents itself as psychological and cognitive downstream effects.

“The old adage, ‘Go home and rest. It’ll be OK,’ has some merit,” Engle says. “But when I had my concussions — the last of which was after I broke my neck … — I knew something was off because I had problems with attention, focus, concentration, memory, sleep, kind of like the classic post-concussive syndrome …

This was 20 years ago. We didn’t really have appreciable technologies and therapeutics to heal it. I put myself in the lab. It was not fine for me that things were going to continue to be subpar. I wanted to try everything out … The things that worked for me or had worked significantly for friends, family and clients are the things that I ended up putting in the manual …

Some people will experience hypersomnolence, particularly in the acute concussion phase, because the system needs to go into a quiet mode, convalesce and rest … So, get into a low stimulation environment. Being away from electronic stimulation, stressful work, stressful engagements at home; being able to really bring the energy home or rest the nervous system [is important].”

TBI Assessment

There are now novel and portable infrared imaging techniques that can help assess TBI damage, such as whether there’s active or acute bleeding inside the skull. In professional football, they now have neurodiagnostics and a neurologic exam that will allow the doctor to assess whether the player is fit to return to the field.

“We’ve seen variable efficacy of that in the National Football League just this last year. Those protocols are getting more specific and refined all the time.

But suffice it to say, it’s important, as soon as somebody has a significant injury, to be able to get evaluated, whether it’s by a professional on the sideline, in the emergency department or somebody who’s trained in concussion care management, to assess what their level of safety is, and what their level of potential risk should they have another impact,” Engle says.

Adults injured at home will be able to self-reflect and notice psychological and neurological changes, but what about children? It’s important for parents to know how to assess their child’s neurological state, and be observant enough to notice changes in behavior. “Because kids are rambunctious … if there is a significant injury and there’s a change in function within the next few days to few weeks, then that means further workup and more assessment is needed,” Engle says.

If your child plays soccer or football, Engle recommends having a “really clear conversation with the coach about what their stylistic tackling profiles look like. Are they asking them to lead with their head? Is there a clear discussion about the importance of brain health and the necessity for recuperation after a concussion? Do the players themselves know what the long-term potential downstream effects are? All of those things.”

Long-Term Effects of Accumulative TBIs

Long-term, chronic traumatic encephalopathy — low-grade accumulation of concussions over time — accelerates the process of dementia, raising your risk for neurological dysfunction and disease later in life. Many football players and boxers start showing these signs in their 30s and 40s. If you are genetically predisposed to Alzheimer’s by having one or two ApoE4 alleles and suffer a TBI, your risk of Alzheimer’s increases at least tenfold.

“And, if you look at dietary issues and chronic inflammatory issues, for example [eating a] high-sugar diet, not fasting and these sorts of things, and then you stack on lifestyle mismanagement or not being optimized for brain performance, then you’re going to accelerate that process even further,” Engle warns.

Engle discusses a number of prevention strategies in his book, including nutritional components that optimize brain function and help repair neurological function in case of injury. Among the most important are the animal-based omega-3 fats docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA).

According to Engle, the department of surgery at Oregon Health and Science University now even advocates use of omega-3 supplements presurgery, because outcomes are better. Another potent anti-inflammatory is curcumin. Both of these are also valuable for the prevention of dementia.

The Benefits of Floatation Therapy

Engle is a strong proponent of floatation therapy, noting “flotation therapy is on the front line of many different recovery and regenerative medicine protocols, because it has the opportunity to reset so many different systems.”

“When somebody drops into a float tank experience or a sensory deprivation experience, it’s essentially the first time since they were conceived that they’re without environmental stimuli … [Y]ou’re floating in about a foot of water. [The tank] is about the size of a king-size bed. There’s about 1,000 to 1,200 pounds of Epsom salts [in it]. It’s very buoyant, kind of like the Dead Sea. There’s no gravity; there’s no appropriate [sensory] reception.

There’s no skin temperature differentiation, because the water is the same temperature as the skin, not core temperature. It’s hard to tell where you end and the rest of the universe begins. There’s no sight and there’s no sound. Everything is offline, so to speak. Eighty percent of what the brain is consistently bringing in is environmental stimuli. Now, there’s more energy toward the recuperative mechanisms.

It’s both a brain technology and a consciousness technology, because … [the] flotation tank [experience] is like meditation on steroids. If somebody’s using [for] recuperative and regenerative [purposes], they may well find more peace in their lives outside of the tank as well … because it starts to reset the neuroendocrine system.

Cortisol levels normalize. Global inflammatory markers normalize. Blood pressure normalizes. The relationship between the brain and the endocrine or the hormonal systems starts to optimize …”

Engle recommends doing a series of eight to 10 floating sessions within a three to four-week period. By the end of that series, you should notice significant improvement in your symptoms. You may also find yourself more at ease in general, sensing a better “flow” in your life. For maintenance, do one or two sessions per month. If you have the space, the Zen Float Company1 sells float tanks made for home use.

Other Treatment Aids

Other helpful interventions include:

Hyperbaric oxygen

By saturating your tissues with oxygen, the oxygen is able to get into all of the neuroreparative mechanisms in your entire neurologic system from head to toe. It accelerates all wound repair processes, be it in peripheral vasculature or in central vasculature, around the nervous system, brain and spinal cord.

An alternative for home use would be Exercising with Oxygen Therapy (EWOT). It’s not as effective as hyperbaric oxygen treatment for neurological recovery because you’re not saturating the tissues with oxygen, just your blood, but you can still benefit if you have a low partial pressure of oxygen (low oxygen in your blood).

Low-light laser therapy (LLLT), also known as photobiomodulation, which can be done using either lasers or light-emitting diodes (LEDs).

“There are a lot of different studies that show light is beneficial,” Engle says. “When we’re talking about neurologic recovery or building adenosine triphosphate (ATP) production, driving mitochondrial function, there are certain wavelengths that seem to be optimal for that.

Most of the wavelengths for neurologic recovery are going to be in the near-infrared (810 to 830 nanometers) and far-infrared spectrum. There are some handheld devices that can be used.” Red light in the 660 nanometer frequency is also beneficial, and many technologies will combine red with near- and far-infrared.

Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy (PEMF)

Engle explains, “If we’re optimizing voltage and frequency into the cell, then there are going to be energy thresholds below which disease happens, and above which optimized function happens. PEMF tends to raise the voltage and the energy in the cell, in the system globally, to improve physiologic function …

I use a combination of both low-voltage systems and high-voltage systems. There’s a low-voltage system called a Bio Electromagnetic Energy Regulation (BEMER). There’s a high-voltage system called the Pulse. I found benefits in both … There’s also a subset of pulsed frequencies called transcranial magnetic stimulation, which is more based in magnetic impulse to the brain.”

Transcranial direct current stimulation (TDCS)

TDCS provides a more global stimulation, so while some patients experience good results, others do not, due to lack of specificity. According to Engle, if it’s going to work, you’ll notice results quickly. If no benefit is noticed in the first few sessions, move on to some other therapy.

Electroencephalography (EEG) and neurofeedback are similar technologies of varying complexity.

“You go into master your ability in real time to see where your brainwave patterns are firing, and then to lock into the necessary thought modalities and internal states to be able to consistently access an alpha state,” Engle explains. Alpha states are indicative of calmness and centeredness.

“If I can access that and find that place within myself, then I’m starting to generate my own sense of personal empowerment.” The Evoke system is an easy one to use. It involves watching a movie for 20 to 30 minutes. Your focused attention will keep the movie playing. When your attention drifts, it slows down and loses volume.

Cannabidiol (CBD) oil

“CBD is up there with fish oil for neuroreparative support,” Engle says. “Cannabis has two primary therapeutic components; one is tetrahydrocannabidiol (THC) and one is CBD. THC has a psychoactive component. CBD has a neuro-reparative component.

There seems to be an upregulation effect or an enhanced effect if there’s a little bit of THC with CBD. The CBD to THC ratio will be like 20-to-1. We’ve consistently seen benefit in the neurologic system, whether it was stroke recovery, concussion recovery or seizure and epilepsy support … There seems to be this neurologic repair effect.

The CBD receptors are globally affiliated with neurologic function throughout the entire brain. When we’re engaging and stimulating those receptors, we see the neurochemical cascade toward repair, regardless of the input, but particularly with concussion. That’s why during the acute phase, if somebody has an injury that is significant, I say, first and foremost, do [these] things:

1) Lifestyle management. Get quiet. Float if you can. 2) Take fish oil, take CBD, vitamin D and melatonin, particularly if there are issues with sleep. Boost the antioxidants.” CBD may actually be a really potent stimulator of nuclear factor-like 2 (Nrf2) pathway, which stimulates the hermetic production of antioxidants in your body.

More Information

If you have TBI or you know someone who does, be sure to pick up a copy of “The Concussion Repair Manual.” You’ll need it. There are far more details in the book than we have time or space to discuss in this interview. It’s an amazing resource. Engle spent the last 20 years doing the research for you, so you now have it all in one convenient place.

In addition, if you’ve had a concussion or TBI, Engle has put together a free Concussion Repair Checklist to help you recover. It covers exactly what you need to know, along with the Top 10 foods for supporting your brain health. You can download it free of charge at ConcussionRepairChecklist.com.

“I wanted to write it as a fairly available user’s manual for the person going through the experience,” he says. “There are a lot of different methodologies, a buffet of options. The encouragement is to get clear on what tools are available tools in your immediate environment that you can try, and then stay consistent with that methodology while tracking your symptom over a 30-day period. If there was improvement, great, then continue.

If there was improvement but you think there could be more improvement, then you may need to up the intensity or the frequency. We didn’t even talk about ketogenic diet. It might be going even more keto, going even lower carb, or doing that in a more intense way, stacked with flotation and low-level laser therapy. Find a hyperbaric oxygen tank and do that regularly.

Pick the top two or three methods that you want to try. Stay with that over a period of time, be diligent, get support and make sure you’re tracking your top symptoms from the concussion or the neurologic injury — sleep, irritability, focus, concentration and so on. I put a part in the book as a workbook to make it easy to track [symptoms] on a daily basis.

Even more important than that, I think, is staying diligent and knowing deeply that everything is possible to heal. The brain is super plastic. We know that being consistently engaged in optimized modes of thinking, optimized modes of inspiration and empowerment, affect people’s healing. It’s as much of a mindset as it is a neuroanatomy and a neurochemical thing.”

Alex Jones 3-17-18… “The McCabe Firing” (and other items) (and a note of Hope) [TWO VIDEOS]

As some I’m sure know, former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe was fired on Friday. Although I personally have no investment in thsi, it is apparently the “spark” which is going to start a major unveiling of a variety of criminal activities of _____________ (fill in the blank). And although many of the Alex Jones videos are full of “Type A” personality rants, these two, especially the second one, are not like that.

For myself, I found these very informative (video 1) and hopeful (video 2).
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https://youtu.be/KBcQ_CC93B8

Published on Mar 17, 2018
Alex Jones reports on how McCabe altered 302 reports to frame Trump.
https://www.infowars.com/breaking-trump-preparing-mass-indictments-of-clinton-crime-network/
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https://youtu.be/s-1BSZ5kRDc

Published on Mar 17, 2018

#QAnon (#Q) Posting of 3-17-18… “[The Deep State’s] BIGGEST FEAR. PUBLIC AWAKENING”

I’m posting this because I saw it, and it just came out a few hours ago, and I’ve not seen any “Corsi or any other” analysis of it. I’m not sure what all of these things may mean, but I’m just adding a note or two where I may have a clue. So have fun with this.

“FBI (past/present) #1 #1 #2… DOJ (past/present) #1 #1 #2… STATE (past/present) #1 #1… Removal is the least of their problems… [apparently referencing the heads of FBI, DOJ, Dept. of State, under Obama and Trump]

“TRAITORS EVERYWHERE. AMERICA FOR SALE.

“FLYNN. Targeted. Why? Who knows where the bodies are buried?. CLEARED OF ALL CHARGES. [General Michael Flynn knows the details about where the “bodies are buried”]

“TRUMP ADMIN v2? [some have noted that with all the firings and “clearings out” of certain people, the Trump administration is now entering “version 2”]

“Election theft. Last hope. Congressional focus. Impeach. They think you are STUPID. [the last hope of the deep state (cabal) is to steal elections, try to impeach Trump, and that we (the awakened ones) will remain “un-awakened”… “Ain’t gonna happen, baby!”]

“BIGGEST FEAR. PUBLIC AWAKENING.”

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Mar 17 2018 15:03:41 (EDT) Q !UW.yye1fxo 458

953
How bad is the corruption?
FBI (past/present)
#1
#1
#2
+29 (16)
DOJ (past/present)
#1
#1
#2
+18
STATE (past/present)
#1
#1
+41
Removal is the least of their problems.
Projection.
Russia>D/HRC
Twitter Bots>GOOG operated (not Russia)/Narrative & Political SLANT

BIDEN / CHINA.
BIG DEVELOPMENT.
TRAITORS EVERYWHERE.
AMERICA FOR SALE.
FLYNN.
Targeted.
Why?
Who knows where the bodies are buried?
CLEARED OF ALL CHARGES.
TRUMP ADMIN v2?
Election theft.
Last hope.
Congressional focus.
Impeach.
They think you are STUPID.
They think you will follow the STARS.
They openly call you SHEEP/CATTLE.
THERE WILL COME A TIME NONE OF THEM WILL BE ABLE TO WALK DOWN THE STREET.
BIGGEST FEAR.
PUBLIC AWAKENING.
Q

TCM medicines confirmed to accelerate cell death of breast cancer tumors

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