I need to nip something in the bud now before there is chance for accusations or rumors:

The url in footnote #12 of the Jan 6th Committee subpoena shown below is a link to my personal google drive storage.

It's a copy of a video originally found uploaded elsewhere.
When I was made aware of the video's existence I downloaded and stored a copy for the sole purpose of preserving evidence.
Some time ago, a fellow internet sleuth asked if I still had a copy of the video. I replied with the url which is now listed in footnote #12 of the January 6th Committee subpoena letter to Robert Patrick Lewis.
The video located at the listed google drive link is (to the best of my knowledge) a full, complete, accurate, and unaltered copy of the video.
It is real and authentic to the extent of my knowledge. I did not, and would not, alter its content. It is a true copy of the video I personally downloaded previously.

Thank you.
Additional info-
The Patriot Transition Voice (episode 90) video was originally on YouTube at this url:

That YouTube account was suspended later on after @visionsurreal noticed its significance to the events of the January 6th insurrection.
p.s. still waiting for @FEC to reply to my email over on this other thing here:
"Let's give him enough and on time."

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Does nicotine have any medicinal value whatsoever? Other than satiating people currently addicted to it, is there any reason to allow its production?
Seems to me the only reasonable thing to do is pass a law prohibiting the sale of nicotine products to anyone who has never used a nicotine product. Starting asap.
Modern society now understands nicotine is a substance included in products with harm in mind.
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+Victim families
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The final product will be a financially destitute Kyle Rittenhouse. Run the suits sequentially. Force him to declare bankruptcy to cover the debts from the first civil judgement against him. In the US he cannot declare bankruptcy a second time for the rest of his life...
Then hit him with the second suit. Then the third.
Bury him in never-cancellable financial destitution to the point that no organization will dare associate themselves with him out of fear to establish a "reasonable nexus" to the infinitely deep hole of wage-garnishing debt.
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Steel Curtain.
The Texas National Guard named it Operation Steel Curtain.

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The architects of this operation were alive during the first Cold War, correct?
They have obtained at least a high school diploma, right?
What is happening? Why are all the worst people making these decisions?

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Throwing the word "attempted" in the description is journalistic dishonesty and wrong.

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Do you want people to be able to read words and have any level of confidence in understanding what message those words are conveying?
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SOMEONE AT @FEC, GET IN CONTACT WITH ME!!
I have extensive evidence for you regarding these two individuals and the activity mentioned below.
Seriously, @EllenLWeintraub!
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The five year statute of limitations is NOT over! I can get you there on some of these people!
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