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Anonymous ID: v3eCc2tY No.148020085 📁
Nov 4 2017 23:49:24 (EST)
[Repost]Things need to be solved to understand what is about to happen.
Let's start w/ Alice & Wonderland.
Hillary Clinton in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll.
Saudi Arabia - the Bloody Wonderland.
Anonymous ID: v3eCc2tY No.148021501 📁
Nov 5 2017 00:03:28 (EST)
Please add crumbs above in new complete graphic.
Organized and in order.
Critical for understanding and review.
Hillary & Saudi Arabia (Alice & Wonderland)(see above).
This is staged and deliberate.
The Kavanaugh railroad is the most politically clarifying event in my life, and it is why, as the New York Times seems intent on reminding us, I will crawl over broken glass to vote for a guy I don't particularly like next year.
Same. I was NeverTrump through mid-year 2016, and no fan leading up to his election victory, but he's surprisingly shifted the overton window rightward, completely exposed the "unbiased press," and didn't buckle on Gorsuch and especially Kavanaugh, so I'm no longer ambivalent.
My mom was a devout Hillary supporter. She HATED Trump, but after everything they have thrown, done, said, about him, she is now a Trump supporter. Gotta love it.
I’m in the same boat. I reluctantly voted for him in 2016, but I will hop skip and jump to vote for him this time around. The left is so freaking insane it’s a wonder to behold. 5 replies 19 retweets 133 likes
I, as a NeverTrumper, will stand in a snowstorm, freeze to the bone, get blown by a windstorm, get drenched by rain, in order to tell Democrats, I stand with @realDonaldTrump and Kavanaugh. 10 replies 52 retweets 186 likes
This state-of-the-art, 39ft-long vessel – being tested by British Special Forces – is set to transform the Royal Navy’s ability to protect shipping in the Persian Gulf.
Q = Alice
You'll soon understand the meaning behind Alice "&" Wonderland.
Aramco picked Bank of America Corp., Citigroup, Credit Suisse Group AG, Goldman Sachs Group Inc., JPMorgan and Morgan Stanley for top underwriting roles on the deal along with some Middle Eastern banks.