Dear KMAG: 20200807 Open Topic / ObamaGate News / HCQ News / HCQ Insights / Time To Go To WAR Over Hydroxychloroquine

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ObamaGate News

Let’s start here. A tough one to swallow.



READ (NEW): Attkisson v. Rosenstein for government computer intrusions


The following is an excerpt from the brief being filed today in Maryland state court in Attkisson v. Rosenstein and others for the government computer intrusions.

Plaintiff Sharyl Attkisson, an award-winning journalist—along with her husband and child—have tried for years to pursue their significant and credible claims of illegal government surveillance, but the U.S. Government has stonewalled them at every turn. Yet, despite the Government’s repeated efforts to obfuscate and delay, the Attkissons detailed in their Complaint:

  • Expert forensic computer analysis of the Attkissons’ computers, revealing that an unauthorized entity or entities gained remote access to the Attkissons’ computers for a prolonged period, and that one of the pathways by which the intrusions occurred were IP addresses controlled by the U.S. Government. 
  • Confirmation, via testimony, that the U.S. Government controlled the IP addresses identified in the Attkissions’ computers. 
  • The degree to which senior figures in the Department of Justice were concerned about, and took steps to block, Sharyl Attkisson’s reporting, as well as her use of confidential governmental sources;
  • Many documented instances of abnormal, otherwise unexplained behavior of the Attkissons’ computer systems and devices.

But then it gets interesting…..

Plaintiffs’ investigator has interviewed Ryan White, a Government whistleblower (and named Defendant). During this interview, White made the following significant assertions:

  • White worked with defendants Sean Bridges (who was then a Secret Service agent) and the FBI’s Shawn Henry in Baltimore and reported directly to defendant Rod Rosenstein. 
  • White and Agent Bridges were ordered to conduct various clandestine operations involving hacking computer systems, servers, emails, and phones. 
  • White and Agent Bridges were directly involved in the illegal surveillance of the Attkissons’ computers and the exfiltration of data. 
  • The rogue order to target the Attkissons came directly from Agent Henry and Rosenstein. 
  • Later, Agent Bridges and another federal agent were convicted of corrupt acts for their involvement in the Government’s notorious Silk Road Task Force, also based in Baltimore, in which corruption by federal agents was uncovered, resulting in the convictions of Bridges and another federal agent. 


As far as I can tell, the surveillance of journalists at that point (2009-2012) was coming from Obama and ERIC HOLDER. So if Rosey was working Holder’s game under Obama, this fits in perfectly with everything I know about DOJ intentions and actions during the first 2 years of the Trump White House, when Rosey and Holder’s lieutenant Tashina Gauhar were running the show.

Rosey sure looks like a black hat to me. But I’m listening. If Rosey was an informant, then WHO was he informing under Obama and Mueller, as Mueller was clearly allowing spying on Attkisson, and planting of incriminating documents on her laptop?

But let’s move on, since Rosey’s guilt or innocence may be reflected in any upcoming indictments…..

Sally Yates, covered HERE:

LIVE THREAD: Sally Q. Yates Gets Grilled

……was a big deal. It seemed like she almost got away clean. BUT WAIT – THERE’S MOAR….. courtesy of Sundance…..

Richard Grenell Discusses Yates Testimony: “She got away with questioning yesterday”…

Trump’s tweet on the getaway is wonderful. Sundance clearly SAVED it, lest it disappear. Or DID IT ALREADY? I cannot find it.

ANYWHO – indictments are very likely coming SOON.

“Be prepared.”

HCQ News

Let’s start here:

This is the “Henry Ford study”. It basically shows HCQ cutting the death rate in half.

But those numbers get BIGGER.

Scientifically, this is exactly where I was when Didier Raoult (or Raoult Didier – whatever his name is) published his first “pay dirt” data with demonstrable dose-related antiviral activity in ALL test subjects. His numbers can be off by a factor of 50%, and it’s still huge and can’t be explained away as anything but SOME kind of real effect.

Numbers like these are either massive fraud or pay dirt. And they could be real nuggets. With a solid, known antiviral explanation, it’s almost certainly REAL.

Now – let’s take a look at a country a bit off the commonly argued map. You don’t hear a lot about COVID-19 in Turkey. Here’s why.

I had to comment and retweet!

The situation isn’t done in Turkey – they are teetering very close to lockdowns. Turkey is trying the same thing as Trump – avoiding lockdowns. A lot of information on how hard that has been, in this article.


Scott Adams found Turkey’s claimed near-100% effectiveness of contact tracing a bit unbelievable, and I have to agree – it’s not easy to either prove or disprove such a claim, but in a country like Turkey, it should be nearly impossible to contact everybody catching the disease.

NEVERTHELESS, those people who DO get caught by contact tracing ARE very likely to live, if they are getting HCQ as early as possible. See how that works? The more the tracers catch, the more contacts they find, the more contacted contacts are WAITING FOR SYMPTOMS with their HCQ in hand, and the more likely the HCQ is going to work. Clearly, [HCQ + contact tracing] makes sense. BUT here is the deal. People have to TRUST the government behind it.

Not exactly easy in New York.

Moving on, HERE is the biggie. I call it the “LancetGate Effect”.


…..and here is the original article…..


Banning HCQ in Switzerland left a FOOTPRINT in the data. I would argue that there is half a footprint in FRANCE, too…..

This evidence is extremely convincing, and is blowing people away.

This data EVEN got the attention of microbiologist Steven Hatfill, who wrote a GREAT piece defending HCQ.

An Effective COVID Treatment the Media Continues to Besmirch


Yes, that would be THE Steven Hatfill, falsely accused by Mueller in the 2001 anthrax attacks.


Peter Navarro – THE KILLER – tweeted the article.

And then I introduced HIM to something even more shocking.

There was a LancetGate Effect in The United States.

Now – I’m not going to show you this – you have to dig to find – but in the wake of my comments, Daughn came in for an assist, and we were then both engaged by HCQ opponents. One kept emphasizing that FDA head Hahn, who was in charge when the EUA was rescinded, is a Trump appointee – like this was going to bother me somehow.


I thought this was clearly an attempt to generate “Alinsky fears” – specifically POLITICS BEFORE SCIENCE, because it might hurt Trump or Hahn, as a way of shutting me up.


Hahn, as I tried to explain, has his own mind. I LIKE THAT. It’s like the way things used to be. I believe that Trump hired him because Hahn is a strong believer in FAST TRACKING new drugs, like Trump is. A believer in TRUMP TIME. Hahn’s opinion on HCQ, wrong as it turns out to be, is secondary. This is WAR, people make mistakes, people die. Generals and Colonels live with this horrible responsibility, and WE SOLDIERS SUPPORT THEM.

BUCK UP, WORLD. We do our best, we trust in God, but we do NOT lie and cover up when we understand error. People have been all over the place on HCQ, but when the chips come in STRONGLY that it works, and even more so that banning it is a PROVABLE mistake, we have to consider CHANGING COURSE.

One way to do that would be to listen to Dr. Zelenko and have a NEW EUA (Emergency Use Authorization) for HCQ – this time without Rick Bright’s toxic “hospitals only” poison pill attached.

YES! We can RECOVER from the LancetGate blunder by doing what Zelenko suggests.


HCQ Insights

One way to make Zelenko’s new EUA actually happen would be to INCLUDE NEW DRUGS – albeit handled DIFFERENTLY from HCQ, as part of the EUA.

I call this the “EUA EUA“.

“Early Use of Antivirals Emergency Use Authorization”

The way this would work is to grant flexibility to doctors WORKING WITH pharmaceutical companies and state governments to try new antivirals early in the disease process upon confirmed diagnosis. HCQ is well-tested, and as the “standard of this EUA”, it becomes the GOLD STANDARD of safety and efficacy for other newer drugs to beat, using whatever delivery tricks and codrugs make these other drugs work best. Those drugs need every advantage we can find for them, just like South Korea (zinc), Didier Rauout (azithromycin), and Zelenko (zinc + azithromycin, very early) found for HCQ.

One of my rationales here is that we can reduce or even remove toxicity from the equation by low-dosing a lot of these drugs, since EARLY use can mean less drug needed for the more toxic ones. In some ways, what I am doing here is learning from sabotage studies of HCQ, which used massive and toxic doses LATE. We are doing the opposite – trying to “help” alternatives to HCQ by giving THEM access to patients at the same time when HCQ works best. Some – maybe even most patients may still opt for HCQ, but others may welcome new drugs like EIDD-2801 and RLF-100, the latter of which may prove to be effective not just late, but early as well.

The point is, get EVERYBODY early, so we remove the incentive to let patients deteriorate, which is now “imposed” on drugs which need desperate patients for “right to try”. The EUA, in essence, would EXPAND right to try to early or even asymptomatic patients – not just patients at death’s door.

The EUA EUA *removes* any incentive to delay treatment, or to bash HCQ, but at the same time, it doesn’t blockade new drugs from access to patients at the time when THEY might be very effective, too, which our current system, weirdly, does.


NOW – about HCQ alleged toxicity. Here is an AR-15 of logic to take down trolls.

It’s important to address the cardiac toxicity issue head on, because that “problem” is really a deflection by people who “pretend not to know” how minor the problem really is, ESPECIALLY compared to LIVES SAVED.

This is JUST AS TRUE as it was with MALARIA.


Now – here is one reason I think that NON-VACCINATION AND TREATMENT is an important option.

One of the primary reasons to use HCQ instead of a vaccine, is the likelihood that coronavirus vaccines will cause immune overreaction TO infection by the disease, instead of actual protection FROM infection.

This is a nice article which introduces you to Dr. Peter Hotez, vaccine maker, vaccine advocate, but also vaccine truth-teller on immune enhancement. Hotez is somebody very difficult for the MSM to downplay and crush. At least, SO FAR.

Scientists were close to a coronavirus vaccine years ago. Then the money dried up.

“We just could not generate much interest,” a researcher said of the difficulty in getting funding to test the vaccine in humans.

March 5, 2020, 4:30 AM EST / Updated March 8, 2020, 4:23 PM EDT

By Mike Hixenbaugh


There will be more talk about immune enhancement later. Be prepared. It’s a very “sciencey” argument AGAINST mandatory vaccination. It is a much more EFFECTIVE argument than “I don’t trust Bill Gates” – even though the latter is a HUGE motivator for most people.

And now THIS.

Time To Go To WAR Over Hydroxychloroquine

What are we up against?

Something that runs us over if we DON’T put it down.

Let’s look more closely.

We are not “starting a war”. We’re FIGHTING BACK.

Masks are a huge battle from the socialists who want ANY kind of permanent change, even really stupid ones.

Fighting back will be on all fronts. Some of it will be masks themselves, but others will be technical – TESTING and HCQ are going to be big.

Do not be afraid to put DATA like this in people’s faces.

Do not be afraid to ADMIT TRUTHS, because you can TRUST that more truth will come to your rescue.

We are going to WIN, and we are going to win BIGLY.

Take THAT to the Bank, Nancy Pelosi.


619 thoughts on “Dear KMAG: 20200807 Open Topic / ObamaGate News / HCQ News / HCQ Insights / Time To Go To WAR Over Hydroxychloroquine

  1. Wolf I gotta question about your section on Turkey. let’s say a friend of mine tests positive and with their comprehensive contact tracing they tell me I may be as well. so they hand me the HCQ, tell me to wait for symptoms before beginning use. then what? am I quarantined? what if I’m positive but asymptomatic? how do i know when to start taking the HCQ if i have no symptoms?

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    1. Interesting question, Pat. But, when you are going overseas to a malaria prone country, you start taking the medication before you leave.
      I took it many years ago while living overseas with no symptoms at all…A prophylactic, as you will. Note…I said many years ago, and as we know the protocols change. But, after all, that is what a vaccine is, a preventive measure.
      I know of a few people that somehow got their HCQ supply and are just holding on to it “in case” but that doesn’t answer your question. I think if I were in a daily situation of possible exposure, I would take it as a preventive. In my case of non-exposure I wouldn’t be so concerned.
      I vote for OTC status, with easily obtained RX, and treat it like so many other medications we all take.

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      1. no, I just meant if I was a Turkish citizen…I mean the strict contact tracing will ensure you identify “possible” positive people, but if you’re asymptomatic as many are, when would you start the HCQ? you may never get symptoms?? so do you quarantine? how do you not pass it? (speaking just of Turkey)


          1. I am just asking it in response to Wolf’s example in the thread about Turkey is all…that they have strict contact tracing and giving HCQ to suspected positive contacts.
            my question is (let’s say they did that here) and I’m a suspected positive…I have the HCQ at the ready which I’m supposed to take at the first sign OF SYMPTOMS. what happens if I’m one of those asymptomatic people? do I quarantine or just go about my business infecting people because I never get symptoms so I never take the HCQ?
            just a big what if…

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            1. After being identified through contact tracing, take HCQ regardless of symptoms.

              Very proactive.

              The opposite of what the USA is…purely reactive. Goofy. IMO.

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    2. Have not read all the way through below.

      Taking HCQ after being identified in the contact tracing can be likened to President Trump taking HCQ when, IIRC his valet tested positive. Preventive, me thinks. Seems to work as a stand alone preventive or earliest stages of Covid.

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          1. Actually all you need to do is make sure you are getting enough Zinc & Selenium & Iodine & even Copper. That along with Vitamins D3, C, and E.

            Quercetin or Green Tea either drink some or 1 pill per day as alternate zinc ionophores to HCQ.

            Other suggestions are HERE:

            The Viral Passover protocol

            Video of discussion by doctors.

            Why I am bullet proof from Covid

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  2. it was an epidemic back then…LOL

    BREAKING: Rumored Biden vice presidential pick Susan Rice used a private unsecured email server to conduct US government business as Obama’s National Security Adviser

    — Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) August 7, 2020

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    1. It started with Lisa Jackson of Øbozo’s EPA (who gave us the fake 2.5µm particulate “science” which begat the Diesel problems).

      The point was to avoid FOIA requests/judgements, as (IIRC) personal/private email accounts weren’t covered by FOIA, only official government accounts. Of course, this was because it was then (as now) illegal to use personal email(s) for official business.

      And most, if not all, of the ØbamaNation followed suit…

      Would be interesting if yet another one of their dishonest/illegal “workarounds” comes back to bite them in their collective hiney(s)…..

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  3. Places #COVIDー19 thrives according to Democrats:

    -Voting booths
    -Bars after 10 p.m.

    Places #COVIDー19 ceases to exist according to Democrats:

    -Liquor stores
    -Marijuana shops
    -Bars before 10 p.m.

    — Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) August 6, 2020

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        1. I’ve been thinking on that…I’ve seen people coordinating masks with their outfits–making statements, etc, treating them as ACCESSORIES. that needs to stop. they need to be ugly…we don’t want them funny, engaging or anything but disgusting….so we don’t accept them as part of our lives.
          the swastikas were over the top–but close to the point–imo

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          1. I TOTALLY agree, and was going to make that exact comment about the masks. They aren’t accessories, even if they are being manufactured and sold as if they are. I have ONE mask that I finally washed last night. ONE. That’s it. NOT spending any money on this fiasco. My mom’s all, well, we can get some for the kids, and these match this, and I’m going. Mom, this is going to be over November 4. Don’t waste the cash.

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            1. I have 3–the 2 I made as practice ones and the one I made after your single ply suggestion (which is the one I prefer). I only go out once or twice a week, but throw mine in the washer (yep that’s all i do to clean it) after each time i wear it.
              cloth masks are so cheap to make–except for the expensive printing like these have–but that brings up a whole other point.
              companies must have reasonable guarantees that this product will be worth the investment to retool their patterns and invest in printed fabrics before they even begin–and there must be sufficient lag time to order and facilitate the printing time. so the companies received some sort of guarantee that these masks will be required for a long time before they changed their places to even print the fabric. (I’m thinking at a governor level–giving assurances to printing facilities in their states.)


              1. I go out almost daily (today, I’m probably not going to. I hit a major brick wall of tired last night), and literally do put the da&* thing on as I’m walking into buildings and rip it off walking out. I’m basically shopping for the household, and my parents have no business wearing any face covering even if my mother gives in.

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          2. Notice how Nasty Nancy always wears a cute matching one. If she was serious about the whole thing she’d wear the black, utility type.

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          3. ^ ^ ^ THIS ^ ^ ^. There is NOTHING cute about this mask crap. At all. Smiling about it and acting like it can be benign is what they want you to do. It is all horrifying.

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              1. If they do, it is probably to Dim Governors and Mayors – who appear to be enjoying this whole hoax way too much – dictators to the max – they are – wanna lock them all up – for their dastardly deeds they have perpetrated during the past few months – elderly killers – all of them – some won’t quit, either – just when you think they have gone too far – they come up with another method to spread more misery – ex – NYC Checkpoints!

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              2. PA People should petition for a RECALL – these bums need to be removed from office – spend some time in a cold cell thinking about what they have done – crimes against humanity – imho

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      1. That LOL was for the Golden Girls, btw. I always thought they were a hoot…good comedians.
        I was struck today when I saw their photos…every one is wearing a wig! Just thought that amusing….funny how you see thing differently later in life. Must be a moral there somewhere…😉


    1. Converted to useful form and save on page 11 of Meme thread.


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      1. Sorry, as I’ve posted numerous times I do not have that ability on my iPad.
        Easy to find…go to and you will quickly find it. “Fauci’s Waterloo”


  4. I called the politicization of the China Virus by the Radical Left Democrats a Hoax, not the China Virus itself. Everybody knows this except for the Fake and very Corrupt Media!

    — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 7, 2020

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  5. The Library

    Mary Ann Miller-Meeks is a GREAT candidate & is going to flip D dave loebsack’s house seat in IA-2!


    Larry Schweikart
    With the R ahead now in IA2 (and I don’t do polls), I think the GOP is probably within 10 of flipping the House.

    Harold Wren
    , edited

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  6. Tracy Beanz@tracybeanz

    UncoverDC columnist @NewBookofDaniel has obtained documents that appear to show the Governor of Idaho is seeking to explore immunity from civil liability in COVID response, including prohibiting doctors from prescribing certain medications to their patients.
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    Tracy Beanz@tracybeanz

    · 15h

    🚨🚨BREAKING: Idaho Governor Brad Little seeking immunity from civil liability via @NewBookofDaniel

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    1. Hell No. These idiot guvners are playing god with folks lives. They make idiot decisions, they pay the price. No immunity for the bastards.

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    1. ^^^ THIS is why NICS needs to be thrown in the trash heap. Along with back ground checks. Trash them all. No American should ever have his Rights infringed on.

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    1. LOL so now I can imagine people being deliberately infected with the Chi Com Crud to fight their cancers.

      Of course that will only work once per person.


      1. I watched it, and if this guy works/worked at MD Anderson, he’s a big time oncologist, and now he knows that HCQ is an arrow in his quiver. That’s no small potatoes.

        If the actual cures to cancer are this simple and have been known for a while, I know survivors, and surviving family members who should sue the ever living daylights out of whoever kept that information out of the medical community.

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          1. HCQ.

            Malaria drugs could help to combat cancer

            Chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine are drugs that are used to treat malaria, but a new review suggests that they may have another purpose: treating cancer….

            The research — which reviewed more than 190 studies investigating how chloroquine (CQ) and hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) affect cancer cells — describes how the malaria drugs may increase tumor sensitivity to existing cancer treatments.

            Based on their findings, first study author Ciska Verbaanderd, from the University of Leuven in Belgium, and her colleagues say that the drugs “deserve further clinical investigations in several cancer types.”

            The review was recently published in the journal ecancermedicalscience.

            While the United States has seen a fall in cancer death rates in recent years, the disease remains a significant burden on public health. Last year, there were more than 1.6 million new cancer cases diagnosed in the U.S. and more than 595,000 cancer deaths.

            Given that cancer is increasingly becoming resistant to existing therapies, there is a desperate need to uncover new ways to fight the disease….


            cancer is increasingly becoming resistant to existing therapies, WTF???

            That indicates a BIOLOGICAL CAUSATIVE AGENT!

            That independently suggests Dr Judy Mikovits is correct about mouse viruses IN VACCINES causing cancer in humans.


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    2. The first comment below nastily criticizes this doctor because he’s not in the “right” medical specialty and therefore shouldn’t have an opinion. What does that say about Bill Gates?

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        “In terms of who Trump was identifying as his “enemies,” the president made reference to wealthy anonymous “middlemen” who skim profits from pharmaceutical sales.

        “They are so wealthy. They are so wealthy,” said Trump. “Nobody has any idea who the hell they are or what they do. They make more money than the drug companies. You know, in all fairness, at least the drug companies have to produce a product, and it has to be good product.”


        Last night Beer_at_the_parade posted this:

        Pure supposition, but if DJT says he’s pissed off a lot of rich/powerful people and he has to “disappear for a while”, could he be hinting at the big pharma c-level shitheels that have been buying off our politicians (hello, Mike DeWine!)?

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        1. I would imagine the “middlemen” might also include the pharmaceutical management companies like Express Scripts, Centene and the like. They’ve popped out of nowhere in the last 20-25 years and are worth a fortune. Literally.

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          1. Do not forget Bill Gates & Fauci AND THE ROCKEFELLERS!

            David Rockefeller

            “…Along with his brothers – John D. III, Nelson, Laurance, and Winthrop, David Rockefeller established the Rockefeller Brothers Fund (RBF) in 1940. Became a trustee of The Rockefeller Institute (later transformed into a university) for Medical Research in 1940. Trustee Rockefeller University 1940-1995. Secretary to New York City Mayor Fiorello H. LaGuardia 1940-1941. Assistant regional director of the United States Office of Defense, Health and Welfare Service 1941-1942….

            Chairman of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research 1950-1975. In 1953, at this position, he recruited Detlev W. Bronk as president of the Rockefeller Institute and head of its medical research program. Bronk, a biophysicist, appeared on the initial membership list of the MJ-12 study group.

            Who OWNS big Pharma (and big AG): [

            ….History of pharmaceutical interests
            In the early half of the 20th century, petrochemical giants organized a coup on the medical research facilities, hospitals and universities. The Rockefeller family sponsored research and donated sums to universities and medical schools which had drug based research. They further extended this policy to foreign universities and medical schools where research was drug based through their “International Education Board”. Establishments and research which were were not drug based were refused funding and soon dissolved in favor of the lucrative pharmaceutical industry. In 1939 a “Drug Trust” alliance was formed by the Rockefeller empire and the German chemical company IG Farben (Bayer). After World War Two, IG Farben was dismantled but later emerged as separate corporations within the alliance. Well known companies included General Mills, Kellogg, Nestle, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Procter and Gamble, Roche and Hoechst (Sanofi-Aventis). The Rockefeller empire, in tandem with Chase Manhattan Bank (now JP Morgan Chase), owns over half of the pharmaceutical interests in the United States. It is the largest drug manufacturing combine in the world. Since WWII, the pharmaceutical industry has steadily netted increasing profits to become the world’s second largest manufacturing industry; [3], [4] after the arms industry.

            The Rockefeller Foundation was originally set up in 1904 as the General Education Fund. The RF was later formed in 1910 and issued a charter in 1913 with the help of Rockefeller millions. Subsequently, the foundation placed it’s own “nominees” in federal health agencies and set the stage for the “reeducation” of the public. A compilation of magazine advertising reveals that as far back as 1948, larger American drug companies spent a total sum of $1,104,224,374 for advertising. Of this sum, Rockefeller-Morgan interests (which went entirely to Rockefeller after Morgan’s death) controlled about 80%. [5] See also AMA.

            IG Farben & Auschwitz
            Auschwitz was the largest mass extermination factory in human history. However, few people are aware that Auschwitz was a 100% subsidiary of IG Farben. On April 14, 1941, in Ludwigshafen, Otto Armbrust, the IG Farben board member responsible for the Auschwitz project, stated to board colleagues:
            Thousands of prisoners died during human experiments, drug and vaccine testing. Before longtime Bayer employee and SS Auschwitz doctor Helmut Vetter was executed for administering fatal infections, he wrote to his bosses at Bayer headquarters:

            “I have thrown myself into my work wholeheartedly. Especially as I have the opportunity to test our new preparations. I feel like I am in paradise.”

            After WWII, IG Farben attempted to shake its abominable image through corporate restructuring and renaming. So great has been their success that the public has no idea that it many of the men responsible for such atrocities, were able to carry on their work even after the collapse of the Nazi regime. Namely, a medical paradigm that relies almost exclusively highly toxic drugs. Such men were in control of the large chemical and pharmaceutical companies, both well before and after Hitler. The Nuremberg Tribunal convicted 24 IG Farben board members and executives on the basis of mass murder, slavery and other crimes. Incredibly, most of them had been released by 1951 and continued to consult with German corporations. The Nuremberg Tribunal dissolved IG Farben into Bayer, Hoechst and BASF, each company 20 times as large as IG Farben in 1944. For almost three decades after WWII, BASF, Bayer and Hoechst (Aventis) filled their highest position, chairman of the board, with former members of the Nazi regime. Bayer has been sued by survivors of medical experiments such as Eva Kor who, along with her sister, survived experiments at the hands of Dr. Josef Mengele.[6] See also Bayer…..

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      1. I posted about that late last night

        and also

        anonymous patriot Flag of United StatesFlag of United StatesFlag of United States@anonpatriotq
        POTUS won’t be returning to the WH tonight (at least according to the public schedule).

        Also, in a past drop Q referenced (LZ) which many translated as Landing Zone.

        At 9:30 PM POTUS arrives at Bedminster Landing Zone.

        followed by image of POTUS’ schedule for today, along side image of Q drop 4564

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    1. and then there’s THIS tweet…

      Upon departing the Oval Office for Ohio, I’ve notified my staff to continue working on an Executive Order with respect to Payroll Tax Cut, Eviction Protections, Unemployment Extensions, and Student Loan Repayment Options.

      — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 6, 2020

      if he was coming right back, why would require them to continue working on that?

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        1. i was actually hoping he was going on a vacation–which he clearly cannot say he’s doing because the left would crucify him for it. but the man works non stop and he needs and deserves a break

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        2. lots of military D.U.M.B.s across the country…

          Camp David has underground facilities iirc, along with great security

          Agree DPat, he could be anywhere and moving around

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    2. If I recall, he and the family (As with previous Presidents) usually leave the WH for a couple of weeks in August so the some of the major projects can be done inside and out (Rose Garden renovation this year, located right outside the Oval Office.)
      NJ may not be set up for nor does he wants a lot of WH Pressers.
      If, indeed, he is accepting the Party’s nomination at the White House….my guess is that he may have already pre-recorded it …just a feeling.


  7. Donald J. Trump@realDonaldTrump
    Presidential Message on National Purple Heart Day, 2020 | The White House
    General George Washington established the Purple Heart—then known as the Badge of Military Merit—238 years ago today to recognize meritorious service in ac

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  8. ENoCH@elenochle
    Portland protest just declared an unlawful gathering, time for arrests.
    Quote Tweet


    · 9h

    Watching @RealDKRecords stream multi-views of the late night protests/riots, come join me in the chat there and hang out for awhile.

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    1. Lots of new tweets at DoJ acc’t … esp wrt arrests of ‘protesters’

      remember to remove splat


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  9. ENoCH Retweeted
    BREAKING: Lebanon’s president has said an investigation into the Beirut blast is exploring the possibility it was caused by “a rocket or a bomb” – Sky News

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  10. ENoCH Retweeted
    Josh Medium starMedium starMedium star Frog face@joshuahughes
    Satanic Temple Claims Killing Babies in Abortions is a Protected Religious Ceremony |

    Satanic Temple Claims Killing Babies in Abortions is a Protected Religious Ceremony
    The Satanic Temple admitted proudly Wednesday that, in their belief system, killing an unborn baby in an abortion is a religious ritual similar to communion or

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      1. The problem is, it’s not *legally* defined as murder, and the legal definition will be operative in a court case, even if wrong.

        In other words if someone tries to argue in court that abortion can’t be a religiously protected act on the grounds that it’s murder, the judge will simply disregard the argument–especially since the Satanic Temple will no doubt have a lawyer there to point out that according to the law, abortion isn’t murder.

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      1. Indian tribes have managed to get smoking peyote exceptions on religious grounds. We’d go to jail for that; to them it’s part of their equivalent of Mass and is therefore considered protected.


    1. If they’re trying to raise a Constitutional question about conflicting laws and rights, I’m pretty sure (without looking it up) that that question has been raised before. But the Left keeps coming, like zombies. We have to fight the same battles over and over as they try to wear us down.

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      1. i think she’s depressed because she’s not getting the constant adoration of fawning sycophants. she’s not first lady any more…the book tours have stopped…no one’s falling all over her.

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  11. Gold at 2,037, silver 28.08, both representing drops since yesterday, but gold is still in territory above anything it had done before this week.

    Platinum at $956 (a much bigger drop than gold, both in dollars and percentagewise), palladium $2175, an even bigger drop than platinum, both dollars and percent ($-107, -5.07%). Palladium’s main uses are industrial.

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        1. The button should be removed.

          And so should the jackwagon who ordered it put there, and everyone who knew about it or should have known about it but could have prevented it (his managerial chain) and didn’t.

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  12. My Dr Didier Raoult covid virus notes:

    Dr. Didier Raoult published new results of 1,061 coronavirus patients treated using hyroxychloroquine with 91% success rate




    In a recent survey, most physicians worldwide considered that hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) and azithromycin (AZ) are the two most effective drugs among available molecules against COVID-19. Nevertheless, to date, one preliminary clinical trial only has demonstrated its efficacy on the viral load. Additionally, a clinical study including 80 patients was published, and in vitro efficiency of this association was demonstrated.

    The study was performed at IHU Méditerranée Infection, Marseille, France. A cohort of 1061 COVID-19 patients, treated for at least 3 days with the HCQ-AZ combination and a follow-up of at least 9 days was investigated. Endpoints were death, worsening and viral shedding persistence.

    From March 3rd to April 9th, 2020, 59,655 specimens from 38,617 patients were tested for COVID-19 by PCR. Of the 3,165 positive patients placed in the care of our institute, 1061 previously unpublished patients met our inclusion criteria. Their mean age was 43.6 years old and 492 were male (46.4%). No cardiac toxicity was observed. A good clinical outcome and virological cure was obtained in 973 patients within 10 days (91.7%). Prolonged viral carriage at completion of treatment was observed in 47 patients (4.4%) and was associated to a higher viral load at diagnosis (p < 10-2 ) but viral culture was negative at day 10 and all but one were PCR-cleared at day 15. A poor outcome was observed for 46 patients (4.3%); 10 were transferred to intensive care units, 5 patients died (0.47%) (74-95 years old) and 31 required 10 days of hospitalization or more. Among this group, 25 patients are now cured and 16 are still hospitalized (98% of patients cured so far). Poor clinical outcome was significantly associated to older age (OR 1.11), initial higher severity (OR 10.05) and low 2 hydroxychloroquine serum concentration. In addition, both poor clinical and virological outcomes were associated to the use of selective beta-blocking agents and angiotensin II receptor blockers (P 3 days of HCQ-AZ than in patients treated with other regimens both at IHU and in all Marseille public hospitals (p< 10-2 ).

    The HCQ-AZ combination, when started immediately after diagnosis, is a safe and efficient treatment for COVID-19, with a mortality rate of 0.5%, in elderly patients. It avoids worsening and clears virus persistence and contagiosity in most cases.

    Click to access Table_final_website_IHU_09_04_2020.pdf

    Table 1. Baseline characteristics according to clinical and virological outcome of 1061 patients treated with HCQ + AZ ≥ 3 days at IHU Méditerranée infection Marseille, France with Day 0 between March 3 and March 31, 2020.
    [Description] ……..……….Poor virological outcome(a) ….Good outcome ….Poor clinical outcome (a,b) ……. Total
    ……………………………………….n (%) …………………….n (%) …………………n (%)…………..……… n (%)

    Group size ……………………… 47 (4.4%) ………………….. 973 (91.7%) ……. 46 (4.3%) ………. 1061 (100%)

    Age (years) Mean (SD) ……….. 47.9 (17.5)* ………………….. 42.4 (14.7) …….. 69.2 (14.0)*** ..….. 43.6 (15.6)
    Male 19 (40.4%) 450 (46.3%) 23 (50%) 492 (46.4)

    Chronic condition(s) and treatment(s)
    Chronic conditions

    Cancer 0 (0.0%) 21 (2.2%) 7 (15.2%)*** 28 (2.6%)
    Diabetes 3 (6.4%) 66 (6.8%) 9 (19.6%)*** 78 (7.4%)
    Coronary artery disease 2 (4.3%) 36 (3.7%) 9 (19.6%)*** 46 (4.3%)
    Hypertension 8 (17%) 120 (12.3%) 23 (50.0%)*** 149 (14%)
    Chronic respiratory diseases 8 (17%) 96 (9.9%) 8 (17.4%) 111 (10.5%)
    Obesity 1 (2.1%) 57 (5.9%) 4 (8.7%) 62 (5.8%)

    Biguanides (metformin) 1 (2.1%) 15 (1.5%) 4 (8.7%)** 20 (1.9%)
    Selective beta blocking agents 6 (12.8%)** 22 (2.3%) 9 (19.6%)*** 34 (3.2%)
    Dihydropyridine derivatives 3 (6.4%) 23 (2.4%) 8 (17.4%)*** 34 (3.2%)
    Angiotensin II receptor blockers 6 (12.8%)** 22 (2.3%) 14 (30.4%)*** 40 (3.8%)
    HMG CoA reductase inhibitors 4 (8.5%) 28 (2.9%) 7 (15.2%)*** 38 (3.6%)
    Diuretics 2 (4.3%) 28(2.9%) 5 (10.9%)* 35(3.3%)

    Time between onset of symptoms and first day of treatment start (days) (c )
    Mean (SD) 4.3 (2.5) 6.5 (3.9) 5.9 (4.0) 6.4 (3.8)
    Median [Min-Max] 4.0 [0.0-9.0]*** 6.0 [0.0-27.0] 5.0 [0.0-16.0]*** 6.0 [0.0-27.0]

    Clinical classification (NEWS score)
    0 – 4 (low) 43 (91.5%)* 948 (97.4%) 19 (41.3%)*** 1008 (95.0%) 5 – 6
    (medium) 2 (4.3%) 14 (1.4%) 10 (21.7%) 25 (2.4%) ≥ 7
    (high) 2 (4.3%) 11 (1.1%) 17 (37.0%) 28 (2.6%)

    Low-dose pulmonary CT-scanner within 72 hours of admission (d)
    Normal 11/37 (29.7%) 231/642 (36.0%) 4/39 (10.3%)*** 245/714 (34.3%)
    Limited 23/37 (62.2%) 277/642 (43.2%) 10/39 (25.6%) 307/714 (43.0%)
    Medium 3/37 (8.1%) 123/642 (19.2%) 20/39 (51.3%) 146/714 (20.5%)
    Severe 0/37 (0.0%) 11/642 (1.7%) 5/39 (12.8%) 16/714 (2.2%)

    Viral load at inclusion (Ct – nasal) (e)
    Mean (SD) 23.4 (5.1) 26.8 (4.9) 25.6 (4.8) 26.6 (5.0)
    Median [Min-Max] 22.1 [14.8-34.0]*** 27.3 [12.8-34.0] 25.8 [15.0-33.2] 27.0 [12.8-34.0]

    Hydroxychloroquine levels at day 2 (µg/mL) (f)
    Mean (SD) 0.25 (0.17) 0.26 (0.16) 0.20 (0.17) 0.25 (0.16)
    Median [Min-Max] 0.19 [0.07-0.70] 0.22 [0.00-1.01] 0.15 [0.00-0.75]** 0.21 [0.00-1.01]
    Number ≤ 0.1µg/mL 4/24 (16.7%) 15/206 (7.3%) 12/37 (32.4%)*** 30/263 (11.4%)

    Poor virological outcome (PVirO): viral shedding persistence at day 10, Poor clinical outcome (PClinO): either death or transfer to intensive care unit (ICU) or hospitalization for 10 days or more, Good outcome: individuals who belonged neither to the PClinO group nor the PVirO group.

    (a) Five patients belonged to both the PVirO and PClinO outcome so the sum of frequencies may be above 1061. SD: standard deviation.

    (b) Including 5 deaths.

    (c) Data available for 928 patients (56 patients who did not declare any symptom before treatment start were excluded and 77 with missing data);

    (d) for 714 patients; e for 992 patients, and

    (f ) for 263 patients. On low-dose pulmonary CT-scanner, patients were classified as no involvement (lack of lung involvement (ground glass opacities, consolidation or crazy paving pattern) ; minimal involvement (subtle ground glass opacities); intermediate involvement (less than 50% of segment involvement in no more than 5 segments) and severe involvement (involvement of more than 5 segments). The denominator was mentioned when the result was not available for all patients. *: p<0.05; **p<0.01; ***p<0.001 (Fisher's exact test, Student t-test, Wilcoxon-Mann-Whitney where appropriate; reference group is good outcome).

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  13. But nothing is happening….

    SparklesLadyQanuck Flag of CanadaSparkles
    Smuggling Tunnel To Mexico ‘Most Sophisticated In US History,’ Complete With Rail System and Electricity, Authorities Say

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          1. Actually, I’ve talked with someone that’s looked into the CA state finances some time back. NO ONE knows where all the money is going, even the auditors and accountants can’t say.

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  14. One interesting tidbit from the TN Primary – incumbents CAN be beaten! Sen. Thom Tillis’s brother lost his reelection bid in TN Representitative race for district 92 … and lost Soundly despite Rick Tillis receiving last minute support from Gov Lee. The Gov Lee indorsement might have actually hurt rather than helped Tillis as Lee has lost some support and popularity in recent months and is being seen as a moderate/RINO who is being used by the TN GOP”e” on many issues.

    Also notable – the turn out difference between Dems and GOP

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    1. Hoping Sethi will primary Lee in the next gov. election. Hate that we keep getting stuck with RINOs. We may be a “red” state, but by the way people vote it’s more like “RINO red.”

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  15. speaking of the covid tests…this article raises interesting questions…
    We need to ask ourselves whether these COVID tests are in fact a clever way to gain secret access to the inside of our bodies, especially our brains.

    The nasal swabs being used (called nasopharyngeal or oropharyngeal) are incredibly long (around 6 inches or 15 cm) which means they reach to the very back of our throats. Is there any medical reason why the swabs must be this length?

    In human anatomy, the cribriform plate is a midline bone important as part both of the cranium and of the nose which transmits the olfactory nerves that carry the sense of smell. It is a very delicate and fragile part of the body.

    Why on earth do the COVID tests contain a swab (a padded stick) which can poke and prod this delicate bone? Could it be because the cribriform plate allows access to the brain?

    Could these COVID tests be used to surreptitiously infect people (with some disease-causing agent), deliver the vaccine (which they claim they are still developing) or even implant people (with nanotechnology such as microchips)?

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    1. I was forced to be tested about ten days ago…

      needed an out-patient procedure, and no test, no procedure.

      I was more anxious about the test than the procedure.

      It’s not just a ‘swab’ — there is some chemical on the elongated q-tip that creates a burning sensation in the temple area… which stays with you for quite some time. I had to pull over in the parking lot and wait a few mins to get my bearing.

      I spent days before the test fearing the test would be ultra sensitive and I might test negative and NOT be negative. Additionally I feared and am still anxious that there was something nefarious about the test.

      A bad trip all the way around.

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            1. Grandson told me it was not an uncommon side effect. Doc didn’t seem concerned. Waiting for results of biopsy, and then another procedure date. Patience is not my strong point…

              TY Tea…


      1. I took a test early on in the lockdown as I feared I was coming down with it.

        It was the “right turn under the eyeball” test that PDJT described, only it wasn’t a right turn, really…but they did probe the back of my nasal cavity. One of the two swabs did nothing, the other one sure felt odd and uncomfortable. Not awful; I’d repeat the experience if there was good reason to.

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        1. I’m obviously more cynical than you 😉 I want nothing to do with their tests or vaccines. Was never anti-vaccine before the lockdown… am now… no flu shots either.

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    1. I just watch one of my does (goats) knock one of the kids away from a patch of weeds earlier today and she was NOT gentle about it!

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    2. Interesting how there are two or three (and a junior) lookouts watching all the time…
      Have to laugh at the stubborn one, but cats like that are likely the origin of “curiosity killed the cat”… no matter what kind or species thereof…

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      1. I thought that was interesting as well, that there were multiple cats watching for trouble.

        It just struck me as great today. My one nephew who is 8 has developmental delay, so he’s going through all sorts of different phases he missed, and we are constantly coaching him. I mean constantly.

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    Morpheus 78

    Contrary to popular belief there are rational liberals/centrists who are very aware of the fact that their party is the party of pedophiles (Pedocrats). I know many associates who are privately disgusted with Biden’s pedophile, racist, and highly corrupt past and present.

    Replying to

    While the R. Party also has its long list of Luciferian pedophiles, people like Dennis Hastert, Mitt Romney, John McCain and others, Trump’s infiltration of the Republican Party meant that many corrupt RINO’s were shown the door in the 2018 midterm elections. Scum like Paul Ryan.

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  17. Another tweet came up with this on it.

    For expanded reference and information, here’s the whole drop.

    POTUS Insulated & Protected
    1 Nov 2017 – 10:56:38 PM

    POTUS will be well insulated/protected on AF1 and abroad (specific locations classified) while these operations are conducted due to the nature of the entrenchment. It is time to take back our country and make America great again. Let us salute and pray for the brave men and women in uniform who will undertake this assignment to bring forth peace, unity, and return power to the people.

    It is our hope that this message reaches enough people to make a meaningful impact. We cannot yet telegraph this message through normal methods for reasons I’m sure everyone here can understand. Follow the questions from the previous thread(s) and remain calm, the primary targets are within DC and remain at the top (on both sides). The spill over in the streets will be quickly shut down. Look for more false flags – stay alert, be vigilant, and above all, please pray.

    “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. Love is patient, love is kind.”

    God bless my fellow Americans.

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    1. I found–somewhere–the story of where Bush went after leaving the school on 9/11.

      He literally landed at some airbase next to a bunch of actual nukes, and on deplaning was greeted by the base commander, who told him he could order those dropped, if he liked, just name the target.

      If I had been in the oval office there might have been about a dozen smoking holes in the ground.

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  18. ENoCH Retweeted
    Breitbart News@BreitbartNews
    The chief investment officer of the nation’s largest public pension fund resigned Wednesday amid controversy over his ties to a Chinese sovereign massive wealth fund.

    California Pension Fund Investment Chief Tied to China Resigns
    Ben Meng said that “it’s important for me to focus on my health and on my family and move on to the next chapter in my life.” | Economy

    Replying to@BreitbartNews

    California needs to change its state motto to “Corruption is King”. Hell no to bailouts!
    Why California Is In Trouble – 340,000 Public Employees With $100,000+ Paychecks Cost Taxpayers $45…
    Will U.S. taxpayers bailout California? The state has a $54 billion budget deficit and $1 trillion in unfunded pension liabilities.–340000-public-employees-with-100000-paychecks-cost-taxpayers-45-billion/#4b5d85c95fb8

    Replying to @BreitbartNews

    The California Public Employees’ Retirement System better known as CalPERS manages about $360 billion and has been described as one of the most influential pension fund investors in the U.S. It said Wednesday that its chief investment officer, Yu “Ben” Meng, had stepped down from

    his position after less than 2 Yrs on the job. Meng’s appt to the CIO slot was controversial from the start because he had recently worked for China’s State Admin of Foreign Exchange (SAFE), the country’s foreign-exchange and currency regulator that manages a $3 Tril Retir Funds.

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  19. Q: What if Sundance discovered the Mueller Team … and Demo☭rat DNC, Presidential Candidates, Pelosi and Governors … LED a CONSPIRACY with ChYna to INFECT AMERICA with ChiComVirus and SHUT DOWN the ECONOMY to DELAY Durham’s Investigation until after the 2020 ELECTION?

    FTA: If Durham announces criminal indictments or plea agreements involving former officials operating under the Obama-Biden administration, or releases a report documenting widespread corruption, independent voters could sour on Biden and sympathize with Trump. On the other hand, kicking the ball past the election could dispirit Trump’s base.

    “I would find it hard to believe that he punts under any circumstances,” said former assistant FBI director Chris Swecker, who knows Durham personally and has worked with the hard-nosed prosecutor on prior investigations.

    He pointed out that Durham would risk throwing away 16 months of investigative work if he delayed action beyond the election.

    “There’s no question that if Biden is elected, everything Durham has done at that point will be canceled out,” Swecker explained, adding that Biden would replace Barr and possibly even Durham.

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    1. Update: What if the Obama Leadership Team, Deep State and Mueller Team … together with the Demo☭rat DNC, Presidential Candidates, Pelosi and Governors … LED a CONSPIRACY with ChYna to INFECT AMERICA with ChiComVirus and SHUT DOWN the ECONOMY to DELAY Durham’s Investigation until after the 2020 ELECTION?
      😳 😬 💩

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    2. The Swamp was hoping the Chyna Commie Corona Crud would make it impossible to impanel grand juries before the election.

      NOW do you know WHY president Trump kicked the FDA & CDC in the butt and DEMANDED the development of GOOD testing?

      Now do you know why HE DID NOT WEAR A MASK but talked of routinely getting tested instead?
      Of insisting others get tested?

      July 13, 2020
      Chief judge OKs return of grand juries outside NYC

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    1. Washing machines in those boxes…laundry…maybe has to do with money laundering? Ukraine in the news…lots of politicos tied to that Ukrainian here that was raided…Also, if today is the beginning of 10 days of darkness, the end would be the 17th…Just throwing stuff at the wall to see what sticks on my part…

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    1. They wanted school closures to happen in OHIO, not New York, and then FLIP the message.

      “Smart Cuomo” is just hypocritical now. REVERSO FAILURE.

      They’re CUNNING. Plus, all those ChiCom embeds in NY on student visas. Can’t sell them out.

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      1. It’s like the memes where Aliens are supposed to have next month but in this case the it’s time to bring on the teachers who are more corrupt than the medical mob. Together they will hold schooling hostage all the way up to their mandatory vaccine, by which time the they’ll hope to have the presidency, a massive surveillance state, cashless society, and the social credit system all running off the back of 5G. What they’re missing is Trump holds and the 2A back up plan if he does not.

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  20. CLEAN NETWORKS INITIATIVE vs Chinese Economic Warcraft

    Sponsor: Secretary of State Mike Pompeo (Undersecretary Keith Krach on Bartiromo Show)
    Goal: ELIMINATE Chinese IP Theft & Spying for BLACKMAIL against
    • Companies
    • Industry Leaders
    • Members of Congress
    • Government Officials
    • Essential Institutions

    “Clean CARRIER” – Target Chinese Telecom Services that SPY
    • Huawei …

    “Clean STORE” Removing UNTRUSTED Apps from USA App Stores
    • WeChat
    • TikTok

    “Clean APPs” – Prevent Smartphone Makers from PRE-INSTALLING Apps
    • All

    “Clean CLOUD” – Prevent US Info being STORED on Chinese Cloud Systems
    • TBD

    “Clean CABLE” – Ensure Underseas Cables are NOT being SUBVERTED
    • Collection of Data @ Hyper Scale

    • Huawei
    • Alibaba Group
    • Baidu
    • Tencent
    ○ WeChat
    • ByteDance
    ○ TikTok
    SPECULATION – Next Up:

    ○ Financial Fraud
    ○ Foreign Infiltrators
    ○ Money-Laundering
    ○ Market Manipulation
    ○ Insider Trading
    • SECURE
    ○ USA Market Trust
    ○ Investments
    ○ Retirement Plans
    ○ Individual Investors

    “Clean EXCHANGES”

    “Clean STOCKS”

    “Clean OWNERSHIP”

    “Clean FUNDS”


    “Clean PLATFORMS”

    “Clean TRADERS”

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    1. SEE this write up (It is Pro-China)
      “…More than a third of the world’s smartphone sales come from Chinese vendors Huawei, Xiaomi and Oppo. These manufacturers have thrived not only because they offer value-for-money handsets thanks to China’s supply chains, but they also enjoy a relatively open mobile ecosystem, in which consumers in most countries can freely access the likes of Google, Instagram and WhatsApp.

      That openness is under attack as the great U.S.-China tech divide inches closer to reality, which can cause harm on both sides….”

      The comments are great! (People are NOT buying the crocodile tears for China.)

      Jason Lundbloom
      1 day ago

      “Apple and Tesla are the few American tech behemoths with significant business interest in China” … and the NBA. Oh you said tech… my bad. Look into the NBA’s China training program… complete horror show. But you’re right… we should loosen up on China, they aren’t so bad. Just ask the Uighers.

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