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1) @realDonaldTrump @Whitehouse @POTUS
#QAnon drop No. 2899...
#Q drops images from the #Feinstein/#Murkowski hall confront, followed by #TheHill article ==> Murkowski 2vote 4resolution blocking #Trump’s emergency declaration
thehill.com/homenews/senat…
"Puppet & Puppet Master."
2) #QAnon drop No. 2900...
In the image #Q drops, the question is, when did #SpikeLee decided 2work against his old friend #POTUS.
All of those that sustain their fame & fortune in the entertainment field of the #DSMedia complex are compromised in some manor.
Just another asset!
3) #QAnon drop No 2901...
"[INTERNAL CIVIL WAR]" Q. Now, we know all of the bullet points listed here. They never thought she'd lose & their plan 2destroy #America fall from its intended path. The issues is, we're ready, but are we actually seeing the war?
#Prepare #WeAreAtWar!
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@klawls Mitch McCancer Factoids:

McConnell's eyes suffered from "Bone-Spurs" = Vietnam Draft-Dodger en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mitch_McC…

In March 1967, shortly before the expiration of his educational draft deferment upon graduation from law school, McConnell enlisted in the U.S. Army Reserve

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@klawls as a private at Louisville, Kentucky.

This was a coveted position because the Reserve units were mostly kept out of combat during the Vietnam War. McConnell's first day of training at Fort Knox was July 9, 1967--two days after taking the bar exam--and his last day was

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@klawls August 15, 1967.

Shortly after his arrival, McConnell was diagnosed with optic neuritis and was deemed medically unfit for military service as a result.

After just five weeks at Fort Knox, he was honorably discharged.

McConnell's brief time in service has repeatedly been

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I may be an expert in ISIS propaganda, but let me just tell you a bit of personal history, because I literally grew up in it.

But I wasn’t born in Iraq. I was born in Wichita, Kansas - and I grew up at the height, and heart, of terrorism in the name of Jesus: the abortion wars.
Throughout the 90s, in the Kansas heartland of “real America,” a militant religiously motivated terrorist group called the Army of God focused on Wichita as the battleground over women’s reproductive rights.

They attacked doctors, patients, and clinics with acid, bombs, guns.
This Christian terrorist campaign in Kansas took it digital before Al Qaeda or ISIS.

Army of God groups launched websites with “kill lists” - including patient, doctor, clinic volunteer photos, addresses, names, numbers, license plates, etc.

One was called “Nuremberg Files.”
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