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Naming Names: The Architects of Our Present Disaster…

Adina Kutnicki

By Adina Kutnicki

UNARGUABLY, it is due to the prescience (and brilliance) of America’s Founding Fathers that the underpinnings of the greatest experiment in human liberty and freedom was born. Birthed as a Constitutional Republic (in contrast to a democracy), the U.S. became a national beacon for hope and light within a sea of worldwide darkness and despair. Let’s just admit to said truths and proceed from there.

THAT being established, yesteryear’s (Presidential) arsonists — along with like-minded self-appointed elitists — must be traced back, that is, in order to correctly analyze and internalize the nation’s fracturing, and, ultimately, its disintegration. Consider their decades-long, insidious mischief-making as knock-on effects, thus, reverberating until this day. Climaxing. Indeed, coupled with continuous force multiplier hammer-blows, America is now on the precipice.

AS a precursor to the above analysis, the following was reported herein on Nov. 11, 2018. Beforehand, alike. As excepted,


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Candace Owens Why was the CDC not forced to shut down in 1972? (Video)

Candace Owens Why was the CDC not forced to shut down in 1972?

boudicaus Published February 20, 2022


Why was the CDC not forced to shut down in 1972?

Serious question: why wasn’t the CDC forced to shut down after they were caught experimenting on black Americans back in 1972?
Why are we instead being told that we should trust them implicitly as an authoritative health source that cares about our well being?
There’s a lot we can learn when we study American history.
June 10, 2021

*Why have so many people swallowed the governments position and complied with their unconstitutional mandates on the global covid government plandemic? boudicaus

Authoritarian Madness: The Slippery Slope from Lockdowns to Concentration Camps

Below is an excerpt from an article by attorney John Whitehead of the Rutherford Institute.

John Whitehead

The discord is getting more discordant by the day.

Just recently, for instance, the Salt Lake Tribune Editorial Board suggested that government officials should mandate mass vaccinations and deploy the National Guard “to ensure that people without proof of vaccination would not be allowed, well, anywhere.”

In other words, lock up the unvaccinated and use the military to determine who gets to be “free.”

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Biden’s No Good, Very Bad First Year 👎

Via Geller Report

Biden’s No Good, Very Bad First Year 👎

Biden’s No Good, Very Bad First Year 👎

By Stand for America, January 20, 2022

Joe Biden has been president for exactly a year. Are Americans better off now than we were 12 months ago? 

The answer is a resounding no.

That’s true on every measure that matters: our public safety, our personal freedom, our family budgets, our children’s futures, and our national security.

Biden tried to take a victory lap in a speech yesterday, but Americans know better. Here are just a few of the ways we’re suffering after a year of failed liberal leadership.

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Putin’s Real Puppet – After Killing XL Pipeline, Biden Regime Imports Oil from Russia at Record Levels

Putin’s Real Puppet – After Killing XL Pipeline, Biden Regime Imports Oil from Russia at Record Levels
GATEWAY PUNDIT| By Joe Hoft | Jan. 22, 2022As a result of his insane move to kill the Keystone XL pipeline, Biden is now importing a record amount of oil from Russia.  We all knew this would happen.  Really, why would Biden do this? reports:

One year since President Joe Biden cancelled approval for the Keystone XL pipeline from Canada, and the United States’ thirst for oil is as strong as ever and rising.

U.S. oil imports from Saudi Arabia and Russia have increased, and gasoline prices are higher than they have been in the last five years. 

[Keystone XL] was a missed opportunity to increase North American energy security, lower costs for American consumers and reduce dependence on foreign energy sources that are hostile…

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