The video is in 3 stages with the first one called: Before&Attack, the second one is called: Responding&Collapse and the third one is called: Memorial. All credit goes to https://www.youtube.com/user/DEA4912
On Patriot Day, we honor the memories of the nearly 3,000 precious lives we lost on September 11, 2001, and of every hero who has given their life since that day to protect our safety and our freedom. We come together, today, to recall this timeless truth: When America is united, no force on Earth can break us apart.
Not sure. But they had the same filenames... Could just be a genuine coincidence, considering we both might have just pulled from the same source a while back... but he's posted these both before, with their original names...
It's an odd coincidence, but that's not the important part. What's important is understanding this tangled web of intrigue, and the way the Deep State used the media to retroactively fabricate the basis for issuing the FISA warrants against Citizen Trump in 2016:
And here, Rep. Meadows tweets about the letter he sent to [RR]; the one we read about on the Sara Carter's site, linked in the previous article. There's not a lot here that you didn't already see already, other than the wheels of Justice slowly rolling along:
Q deleted this post (but didn't ask us to), so I'm including it here, today:
Satan, the "Great Accuser," has been unleashed against the bishops of the Church, Pope Francis said Tuesday, in a thinly veiled reference to the former Vatican nuncio to the United States.
The former nuncio, Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, recently accused a number of prelates of dereliction of duty in dealing with clerical sex abuse and claimed that the pope had rehabilitated serial abuser Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, elevating him to a position of influence despite knowledge of his misdeeds.
In an 11-page testimony published on August 25, Viganò alleged that he had personally informed Pope Francis in 2013 of the serial homosexual abuse perpetrated by Cardinal McCarrick, along with sanctions imposed on his ministry by Pope Benedict XVI, and yet the pope lifted those sanctions and involved McCarrick in the naming of future bishops.
"The Great Accuser, as he himself tells God in the first chapter of the Book of Job, roams around the earth looking for someone to accuse," Francis said in his morning homily at Mass in the chapel of the Santa Marta residence in the Vatican.
In these times "it seems that the Great Accuser has been unleashed and has it in for the bishops," the pope said.
"It is true, we are all sinners, we bishops," he said, but the Great Accuser "seeks to unveil sins so that they may be seen, to scandalize the people."
Scumbag. Especially considering what we know he's been involved with already, with Argentina's military Junta, and his role with "the disappeared."
My post of last week about Gustavo Vera HERE. The Argentine readers are REALLY coming through, folks. This just in: An Argentine reader provides a summary translation: 1 - Natasha Jaitt is a "VIP" prostitute who says she was paid by an intelligence agency to spy on a list of powerful Argentinians, starting with Bergoglio's close friend Gustavo Vera
1 - Natasha Jaitt is a "VIP" prostitute who says she was paid by an intelligence agency to spy on a list of powerful Argentinians, starting with Bergoglio's close friend Gustavo Vera. After following + filming him for a year she announces that he is a pedophile and running a pedophile network, in addition to abusing his role in an anti-sex trafficking organization to further his own sex trafficking enterprise.
2 - Gustavo Vera denies these claims, and has filed charges against Jaitt. He says her slander could jeopardize his career as a primary school teacher. He's in charge of 90 students across 3 grades (!). He then claims that Jaitt is being funded by a spy connected with the CIA and Mossad and that this entire thing is politically motivated.
3 - The article takes Vera's side and spends a lot of time insulting Jaitt and going on about the spy allegedly funding Jaitt, named Antonio Stiuso. Stiuso was an enemy of the previous Argentinian president (Christina Fernandez de Kirchner) and Stiuso was collaborating with a prosecutor in an investigation of a terrorist attack that somehow linked to Christina. This prosecutor was assassinated 3 years ago and no one has been convicted, but Vera (and the journalist writing the article) suggests that Stiuso is responsible and trying to frame Christina. Bergoglio also loathes Stiuso.
An interesting quote from Vera "For 18 years we have suffered numerous attacks and if it weren't for the protection of Cardinal Bergoglio, we would have been floating in the Rio de la Plata in no time."
Looks like a long pattern of abuse and exploitation by #Bergoglio. He can't be exposed quickly enough.
I didn't expect this to land on 9/11. It's too solemn a day. The President wouldn't take any action today, just out of respect for all the victims and their families.
Besides, you need to control the news cycle. You don't want to compete with 9/11 for the news cycle.
So yeah, I'm hoping this starts tomorrow - and I know you are, too.
King and Spalding is a biiiiiiiiiig (and presumably EXPENSIVE) DC Law firm.
Every partner on their page looks like they're sporting a $300 haircut.
Seriously, look at this coif.
$225 minimum + 40 dollars worth of greasy pomade, easy.
But in all seriousness, Yates actually works there:
So maybe she's getting the employee discount.
(And oh, look at that, she published her e-mail there... It would be such a shame if her corporate inbox was suddenly flooded with QAnon memes and such, making it even harder for her to get any real work done during this time).
But Yates must be preparing for her upcoming showdown with Goodlatte (at the very least):
Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) said it is "stunning" to see the disparate way the FBI handling the Hillary Clinton investigation and the probe into the Trump presidential campaign. Goodlatte appeared on FOX News' Sunday Morning Futures with host Maria Bartiromo.
First Words Go hungry for too long, and a lot of strange things will start to look like food. The smallest morsels become precious, especially if you believe they form some kind of trail with a meal at the end. This is true not only of physical sustenance; it is true of knowledge as well.
Sherman Kent, a postwar official considered a founding figure of the United States intelligence community, liked to say that C.I.A. analysts are driven by three wishes: to know everything, to be believed and to have some positive impact. The bread crumb draws its power from that first wish - our human discontent with how little can actually be known. Curiosity, in other words.
The line between inquiring our way into the unknown and speculating our way into it is evident only in retrospect. We can see this most clearly at the edges of old maps, where the terrain loses all proportion before decaying into dragon-filled waters and rings of fire. But these maps were at least informed by the actual journeys of actual explorers; just as Kent's C.I.A. analysts had, for better or worse, real raw intelligence. What makes conspiracy-theory bread crumbs different is that they do little more than rearrange the known in hopes of sparking a conversation about the unknown. They speculate, interpret wildly, ask baffling questions. They adjust their narratives to link new developments back to old hints. These rhetorical moves all serve to conceal the fact that they have nothing verifiable to add.
Q is just one particularly absurd manifestation of this mode of thinking. A related tendency can be found in corners of the anti-Trump resistance, where Twitter gurus highlight whatever nuggets of the day's news are favorable to their camp. Like the bakers, some flatter themselves by calling their work "research," but their real formula is to aggregate and speculate. (If the Russian ambassador, Paul Manafort and Donald Trump were all present at the same Washington reception in April 2016, surely they must have hammered out the details of a criminal conspiracy then and there?) The president is forever on the verge of impeachment; the biggest bombshells are always just about to drop; the full perfidy of the Trump-Russia iceberg is always just below the waterline, visible only to those faithfully connecting the dots. These figures lack Q's mystique (and are far, far better connected with reality), but they share Q's vulnerability: Their influence depends on producing a nonstop stream of portentous tidbits, little pellets of encouragement to keep followers hitting the retweet button.
Gotta give it to the clowns on this one. This is some good propaganda. I especially liked how they derided Q's usage of pop-culture references, and then turned around and referenced fairy tales and myths themselves:
The trail of bread crumbs left by Hansel, though, is not intended as a series of clues for someone else. It is more like Theseus' ball of thread, allowing the children to find their way back home. And this plan does not work: The crumbs are eaten by birds, and the children wander deeper into the unknown, to the witch's house. By the time they arrive, they are starving.
Q's bakers, likewise, are starving for information. Their willingness to chase bread crumbs is a symptom of ignorance and powerlessness. There may be something to their belief that the machinery of the state is inaccessible to the people. It's hard to blame them for resorting to fantasy and esotericism, after all, when accurate information about the government's current activities is so easily concealed and so woefully incomplete. Despite Q's insistence that "we are in control" and "you have the power," the truth may be even more frightening.
Like those veiled threats, though? Expect that kind of thing to continue.
And before we end, I have to highlight this Trump tweet:
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