Possible Implications of 6 January, Trump’s last days, Betrayal, Censorship, 1984

Big Tech censorship, and the rise of Orwellian NewSpeak. Does government serve us or do we serve government? Trump’s last days with his opponents and the American people.

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15 thoughts on “Possible Implications of 6 January, Trump’s last days, Betrayal, Censorship, 1984

  1. Actually the girl who got shot (the air force vet) was climbing over a barricaded door through a missing glass panel and was shot as she was climbing. She wasn’t just walking around. I’ve felt that Brad Johnson is reasoned in his analysis but he couldn’t be more wrong on the shooting. The video (from an angle not previously seen and primarily focused on the shooter) is pretty clear

    1. The girl was former military. I’m sorry she was shot & killed. But, she was attempting to climb through the window. She “breeched” the line and the officer was “holding” the line. She should have known this after 3 tours in Iraq & Afghanistan.

      1. Her gravestone will read “Here lies Ashli Babbit, 12 year Air Force veteran, survivor of 3 tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan. Killed for trespassing in Jerkwater, DC”

  2. Here’s a different view to just before Ashli was shot. Why were the police just standing there, 10 feet away, allowing them to break in the windows? Why did the two Capitol Police officers suddenly leave? Ashli is on the right side waiting for them to finish breaking in the windows. https://bianco.tv/video/UTpij

  3. President Trump’s foreign policy was a work of genius: get people to the negotiating table, get a commitment from them that you know very well they’ll break, when they break their commitment, institute sanctions against them, then politick against anyone who tries to break the sanctions. That way, few people die – if any – there are no refugees, and pots of money are NOT spent on pointless, endless wars.

  4. If Biden was appointed (as opposed to being elected) – well, there’s no “if” about it, actually – then it follows that the people who appointed him are in charge now. I give him 12 months before they have to use the 25th Amendment on HIM – and hand over the Presidency to Harris. He might high-tail it sooner if it becomes expedient – I mean, if mounting evidence of Biden family vice and corruption makes things uncomfortable…

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