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1/Fitton tweets Alice in Wonderland
Information is EVERYTHING & no longer controlled by MSM but by You/Others
We are FULLY prepared that all social media will be shut down 2 prevent spread of info
Sealed Federal Orders PRESUBMITTED as prevention
Dates (impending actions) provided
2/Fitton tweets Alice in Wonderland

Count on 2 hands Ppl who have FULL pic
👉10-only 3 non-military👈

⚡️GAME THEORY⚡️

Outside of a potential operator who has been dialed-in w/ orders (specific to his/her mission) nobody else has this information

Operators never divulge‼️
3/Fitton tweets Alice in Wonderland

To those watching 👀(you know who you are):

You have a choice to make👇👇👇

You can stand up and do what you know to be right! 🙏

💥OIG report release Fri 10/18

🚨 PANIC PANIC PANIC 🚨
@michaelbeatty3

#QANON @GenFlynn @realDonaldTrump
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Since my house narrowly avoided the #pgeshutdown, I figured I'll use my desktop to give a rundown of the whole deal with not just PG&E, but California's fire problem.

The home of the Sierra Club and the first national park has a unique history of environmental destruction
First of all, it's not just fires. In San Bruno, the original home of YouTube, a PG&E gas pipe exploded in 2010. It was big enough to make a small earthquake

8 people were killed, and dozens injured, leaving a scene you'd expect to see in a Fallout title
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Bruno…
This was completely preventable. The pipe needed replacing because it was a patchwork of varying thicknesses with a weld running the length. It was the load-bearing drywall of welding jobs.

PG&E was indicted with lying to the Nat'l Transportation Safety Board, and much more
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How about you use the money we pay for power to keep your equipment and services up to date? Like other businesses. This is a #PGEshutdown and you should own that. When we pay for power we are — or were — assuming public safety was part of your plan.
Imagine if the airline industry operated like @PGE4Me? We’d have to wait for widespread devastation — for public to get enraged — before there was action. The answer would be, “We stopped flying because it is really windy and we can’t guarantee our planes are safe” #pgeshutdown 2
But if a plane can’t handle weather is it really safe? Right. @PGE4Me if you can only handle temperate conditions you are not doing your job. And when you don’t do your job people die and lives are devastated. You need to own that your equipment and infrastructure puts us at risk
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