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  1. Nixon's Department of Justice had a search warrant for the DNC boiler room, but when agents served the warrant, their back-stabbing comrades back at the FBI pulled the paperwork, and left them high and dry on fake trumped-up burglary charges. That was watergate, and both JFK and LBJ should have been prosecuted for high treason in the Vietnam War, but Lee Harvey Oswald up and shot JFK, and then LBJ railroaded a Democrat gun control bill through Congress, admitting total defeat in the Vietnam War which we could easily have won without Democrat treason.
  2. >>> https://perma.cc/BSE7-E83X?type=image >>> This post, shared more than 8,000 times, alleges "doctors in the United States have found new cancer in human beings, caused by Silver Nitro Oxide. Whenever you buy recharge cards, don't scratch with your nails, as it contains Silver Nitro Oxide coating and can cause skin cancer".>>> https://www.boomlive.in/world/cancer-causing-silver-nitro-oxide-does-not-exist-as-posts-falsely-claim-8652 The explanation must involve vice. It's the stuff you scratch off lottery tickets. It's highly proprietary to the gambling industry, and does contain silver oxide compounds as these are photographic quality light-blocking. Silver compounds are toxic, and can stain the skin obnoxiously in conjunction with certain other compounds in sweat, hand lotion, creams, oil, grease, dirt, etc. If hydrogen sulfide tarnishes silver, then laughing gas or nitrous oxide likely does the same. Silver is very shiny and highly conductive of electricity, but not nearly as inert as, say, gold or platinum.
  3. https://www.space.com/amp/mars-atmosphere-green-glow-exomars-tgo.html A green glow was seen in the Martian atmosphere by scientists. As far as I know, that is characteristic of oxygen, which would support the possibility of life on Mars. Cf. Aurora Borealis on Earth. https://www.bbc.com/news/amp/science-environment-53057055 https://futurism.com/green-glow-mars https://www.extremetech.com/extreme/311768-astronomers-detect-eerie-green-glow-on-mars-for-the-first-time
  4. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/06/13/health/trump-health-care-transgender-rights.html The Catholics oppose the new rules of course, for fear the regulations would interfere with the routine castration of choirboys.
  5. https://www.foxnews.com/world/sweden-prime-minister-assasinated-olof-palme.amp >>>An investigation into the assassination of Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme that’s spanned for more than 30 years was closed on Wednesday after authorities determined the main suspect has been dead for decades, according to reports https://www.bbc.com/news/amp/world-europe-52991406 >>>They said it was Stig Engstrom, a graphic designer known as "Skandia Man" who killed himself in 2000. >>>As a result they were closing the investigation into Palme's death, Chief Prosecutor Krister Petersson said.
  6. I suppose Humans are all "furries" if by "furries" you mean mammals that bear fur rather than feathers like birds or scales like fish or reptiles or slime like amphibians to protect their skin.
  7. There's too much plastic, and it doesn't come from God, and that which comes from God, they cut off, extract, or amputate. Presumably at some point in evolutionary history, man did have fur, or at least more fur than his present sparse body hair. In the garden of Eden, a lush rain forest at the time, man ate a diet of fruit from some kind of tree or another and eventually lost his fur or body hair. As he was "driven out" of the lush rain forest garden by vicious snakes to the savanna or desert, the soil was more difficult to cultivate, food from edible plants was scarcer and more difficult to obtain by the sweat of his brow, and he needed clothing for protection from the weather after having emerged from a forest so dense that sunlight scarcely touched the ground. The shame is the desire or propensity to procreate together with the lack of means to support, defend, and protect oneself and one's family.
  8. Thunderstorms and Aurora Borealis have adversely affected and destroyed some of the wiring in my car. Then there's HAARP, funded by George Soros.
  9. >>> The recent arrest of Coast Guard Lt. Christopher Hasson, a former Marine who investigators say was a longtime white nationalist, has lawmakers worried that military leaders may not be adequately tracking white supremacy issues within the ranks. >>> Hasson was arrested on Feb. 15 on drug and firearms charges, but investigators allege he was planning an attack against political and media targets. https://www.marinecorpstimes.com/news/your-marine-corps/2019/02/26/another-marine-is-being-investigated-for-neo-nazi-ties-amid-concerns-about-white-supremacy-in-the-ranks/ Guns are banned in the Marine Corps? Since when? How did this come to be? The drug charges have to be illegitimate as well, because authorities are not allowed to plant-and-bust targeted individuals when guns are banned.
  10. Asymptomatic spread of coronavirus is 'very rare,' WHO says All the same, it's yet another legalistic excuse for extraordinary rendition, arbitrary detention, and torture of targeted individuals at the request of international authorities.
  11. It's even worse than that. Democratic governors of several states rejected Trump's offer of military deployment for peacekeeping and suppression of the insurrection and rebellion. Our nation has not seen the like since Abraham Lincoln, a staunch Republican, issued the emancipation proclamation over 157 years,, 5 months, and 2 days ago, declaring several states and certain counties of other states to be in rebellion against the United States, and invoking the Insurrection Act, passed some 45 years previously by a Congress already concerned with festering unrest, which had long been flaring up as a severe "industrialist" financial crisis brought about by labor union rebellions once every decade or so. (Industrialism = slavery = labor unionism) To the black slaves, in essence, "You're fired! Don't work for me as a slave! You are free to find a job anywhere else you please!" The states that have formally rejected Trump's offer of military deployment for peacekeeping are now by the very actions of their governors, officially in rebellion against the United States, just as the Southern Black states were so many years ago.
  12. It's over. Donald Trump is reading the Riot Act (actually, the Insurrection Act of 1807)... https://www.cnn.com/videos/politics/2020/06/02/jeffrey-toobin-insurrection-act-explainer-trump-newday-vpx.cnn https://www.cnn.com/2020/06/02/politics/congress-republican-reaction-trump-church/index.html https://nymag.com/intelligencer/2020/06/trump-mulls-sending-military-into-u-s-cities.html
  13. How much of the fire protection equipment they sell is actually installed in the building? Heat-activated sprinklers, fire extinguishers, alarm systems, some buildings even have full-blown fire hoses locked in break-the-glass cabinets and plumbed from the water mains. Some of that stuff is a little bit too plush and deluxe — intended in reality only to offer psychological comfort to the occupants of the building rather than allowing them adequate egress in the event of fire. In the world trade centers on 9/11/2001 most people died because they couldn't get out in time.
  14. Rochester Fire Equipment Company on Marshall Street? That sounds awfully Jewish to me. There's a fire district and fire insurance coverage is mandated for all buildings in the district. All the stuff they sell is either government-mandated by strict New York building codes or required as a condition on the fire insurance coverage which is required by law for business and occupations. That stuff ain't cheap, and it's stuff people buy because they are required to, not because they choose to buy it or have any use for it.