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If the United States saw what the United States is doing...
If the United States saw what the United States is doing in the United States, the United States would invade the United States to liberate the United States from the tyranny of the United States.
14 days ago
America is the timeless idea of freedom, of a sovereign nation and sovereign man bound by moral principles based upon the doctrine of Christianity
ohh. so thats why we had slavery.
16 days ago
Yes, casual observer, some people, a category clearly exclusive of yourself, do understand what happened yesterday - an operation Gladio style false flag carried out by state actors and useful idiots, the objective of which was to excite the emotionally driven, intellectually deficient, MSM mob to demand the crucifixion of Trump. The Great Reset requires total global cooperation. The fact that so many still don't get it is the most terrifying thing happening in the world today. And oh, BTW, just what race are you accusing me of being against? Do us all a favor and explain that please.
16 days ago
Good grief.....in light of what happened at the Capital building yesterday, butler is still blathering on about the great reset and oh ya with his usual inane racist crap. Can't believe you two morons don't understand the significance of what happened yesterday.
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