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originally posted by: daskakik
a reply to: queenofswords
Hyperbole. Patroldesign was a web designer.
Pence-Ryan was plan A. Plan B was probably Trump-Pence.
Why a sniper?
originally posted by: XAnarchistX
this is a couple of years old but relevant to Trump/Epstein
"Reminder: Trump, his brother, children & ex wife are all in Epstein's LBB - including emergency no. #OpDeathEaters"
"What’s messed up is #Anonymous tracked a bunch of information on Epstein that lead to Trump via #OpDeatheaters cc:@OpDeathEaters @OpDeathEatersUS
MSM ignored us. Everyone ignored us."
originally posted by: queenofswords
You could be right...but,
Did you read (bottom to top) the entire email chain? If not, do so, carefully.
Why do I think email@example.com may be a marksman? He used these phrases:
"Chase Is On The Case" and "No Job Is Too Big"
Those phrases are from a particular television animated series.
Hint: Chase is, among other things, a spy DOG.
What is a PDM, patrol designated marksman? They are trained as precision marksmen/snipers and more. Who are their "clients"....many and varied.
originally posted by: Sostratus
If Chase was posting those types of placeholders to my prototype political website, I'd want to "take care of Chase" also
Fast forward to 2010, Squarespace has just raised $38.5 million— representing its first round of outside capital. The round, which was announced late Tuesday, is led by Index Ventures and Accel Partners. Under the deal, three new members will join Squarespace’s board: CEO of Getty Images, Jonathan Klein, Accel’s Andrew Braccia, and Index Ventures’ Dominique Vidal. The deal likely values the company north of $100 million.
Sri Kulkarni (D) Contributor Total
Star Pipe Products $36,600
Pyramids Pharmacy $18,100
Hindu American PAC $12,500
Flow of Light-Natural Health $10,800
Krist Law Firm $10,800
Biourja Trading $8,100
Squarespace Inc $7,600
Kulkarni served in the United States Foreign Service for fourteen years, including in Iraq, Russia, Israel, Taiwan and Jamaica. He also served as a foreign policy and defense adviser to United States Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) on the Senate Armed Services Committee. After President Donald Trump made comments widely seen as supportive of white supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia, Kulkarni resigned from the foreign service and filed to run for Congress in Texas's 22nd congressional district.
NOTE: This committee is a single-candidate super PAC against Marsha Blackburn (R).
originally posted by: TheLead
Their plan consisted of implementing 9 Scalya type judges and they are joking about him being killed. They obviously revered him as sort of a martyr no?