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This is the continuation of the Books Of Q: Red, White & Q Edition

Since people are getting suspended left & right on Twitter & my

lack of storage space we are a little out of order this time. This will

be Part XXVII.

@POTUS @PhillyQ_ @beldandolo @mbees39 @love4thegameAK
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QDrop #3204

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1/ the #4thJuly , "independence" and the nation-state (collecting input from descendants of non-European invaders):

The 4th of July and the African-American population (the "involuntary immigrants")

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2/ The #4thJuly and Indigenous populations (you know, the ones that actually owned the whole land known as the "New World").
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3/ A #4thJuly meme:
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The state legislature's assertion of a right to prevent an an abortion is little different from the state legislator's assertion of a right to force one. It's either your body or theirs. It's noteworthy that @realDonaldTrump's new pal Kim forces abortions. #BlockTheTryrant.
Real Constitutional question is who makes these decisions? While the @GOP claims to be for freedom, including freedom of religion. in practice the radical right is for less freedom, lack of personal autonomy, right of association and imposition state imposed hate-filled heretical
perversion of Christianity that shuns the oppressed and would have cast Jesus out when he fled Herod. Men too should realize that the loss of rights reinforced by SCOTU in Loving, Grizwald & Roe will be lost to them too: Rights not derived from the power of state legislatures.
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July 4, 1826.

The nation was 50 years old.

Only two of the Founding Fathers, who fought and struggled and risked their lives for OUR freedom today, had survived.

Two men who had been political enemies... two polar opposites, who had pained and grieved each other had lived...
...to see our nation's 50th birthday.

Though they both loved America, their views on how this unique, new nation would be formed clashed. At times, one was even willing to destroy the reputation of the other, in order to promote their own political agenda... their own vision...
...for how these United States of America would become a nation which would survive to be governed by the people.

These two men were the great statesmen and our 2nd and 3rd Presidents, John Adams and Thomas Jefferson.

BOTH contributed to our nation.

BOTH loved America.
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Spending this #4thJuly exploring this amazing island off-road in a #jeep. What an amazing country. πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ
Yesterday we went to southern most point of the island and the US and today we’re at the northern most
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