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It is a real word of Yiddish origin, meaning "a futile search" or "a pointless and false quest." It was originally transliterated from the Hebrew as "kabfefe," whose etymology is "kab"—relating to the mystical Qabalah—and "fefe," which is a word for "butterfly." What Trump was actually saying in Yiddish tweet-speak was, "We are doing great things despite the press's negative and pointless search, aka fake news."
Dianne Marshall, an amateur historian, bible scholar, and author went digging and found that it is actually an Antediluvian term. It means, “In the end we win.” According to Marshall, it was commonly used by the sons of Adam as they fought against the evil and fallen men."
originally posted by: worldstarcountry
a reply to: Stormdancer777
Honestly I don't know numerology.
My methodology for this theory was
A=1 , B=2, C=3, D=4, E=5, F=6
I don't know if that is numerology. Did you get four because the number of letters on the fefe?? I wonder if that means we should consume more iron?? All I know is, I am starting to feel like John Titor is Donald Trump is becoming more likely.