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Republican Ties to Far Right Wing Terrorist Groups and Seditionists Are Under Scrutiny

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A number of members of Congress have links to organizations and movements that played a role in the Jan. 6 assault on the Capitol.

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/29/us/republicans-trump-capitol-riot.html

WASHINGTON — The video’s title was posed as a question, but it left little doubt about where the men who filmed it stood. They called it “The Coming Civil War?” and in its opening seconds, Jim Arroyo, who leads an Arizona chapter of Oath Keepers, a right-wing militia, declared that the conflict had already begun.

To back up his claim, Mr. Arroyo cited Representative Paul Gosar of Arizona, one of the most far-right members of Congress. Mr. Gosar had paid a visit to the local Oath Keepers chapter a few years earlier, Mr. Arroyo recounted, and when asked if the United States was headed for a civil war, the congressman’s “response to the group was just flat out: ‘We’re in it. We just haven’t started shooting at each other yet.’”

Less than two months after the video was posted, members of the Oath Keepers were among those with links to extremist groups from around the country who took part in the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol, prompting new scrutiny of the links between members of Congress and an array of organizations and movements that espouse far-right beliefs.

Nearly 150 House Republicans supported President Donald J. Trump’s baseless claims that the election had been stolen from him. But Mr. Gosar and a handful of other Republican members of the House had deeper ties to extremist groups who pushed violent ideas and conspiracy theories and whose members were prominent among those who stormed the halls of Congress in an effort to stop certification of President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s victory.

Their ranks include Representative Andy Biggs of Arizona, who like Mr. Gosar was linked to the “Stop the Steal” campaign backing Mr. Trump’s effort to overturn the election’s outcome.
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DJT IS THE SHADOW PRESIDENT

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https://greatawakening.win/p/11SJjlBUT0/at-first-i-was-disappointed-in-t/

Donald J. Trump is STILL PRESIDENT.

HOW?

The plan was enacted over the weekend... Only you never saw it.

Biden, his cabinet, and tons of both Dem and Republican senators and other officials were arrested. Proof of their vast crimes was shown. They were court martialed and found guilty. However, it was decided this was too much for the American people to accept. Overturning the election and showing the crimes of these politicians could lead to Civil War.

So an agreement was reached: Biden and other deep state elements wI'll be allowed to move freely and serve their terms. President Trump would "concede" and leave office. But this is all for appearances. Behind the scenes, Donald J. Trump is still President.

This plan, known as Shadowprez, was seen as a last resort. But it worked. Anything that happens in the next 4 years is actually President Trumps doing.

#MAGA #WWG1WGA
#SHADOWPRESIDENT
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MASSIVE COVERUP AT NY TIMES

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NY TIMES STAFF WRITER ARRESTED FOR ESPIONAGE & MAINSTREAM MEDIA REFUSES TO COVER THE STORY

https://thegreggjarrett.com/nyt-writer-arrested-for-allegedly-working-as-secret-agent-of-the-iranian-government/

The Trump Coup D'etat Terrorists Aren’t Like Other Extremists

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https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2021/02/the-capitol-rioters-arent-like-other-extremists/617895/

On January 6, a mob of about 800 stormed the U.S. Capitol in support of former President Donald Trump, and many people made quick assumptions regarding who the insurrectionists were. Because a number of the rioters prominently displayed symbols of right-wing militias, for instance, some experts called for a crackdown on such groups. Violence organized and carried out by far-right militant organizations is disturbing, but it at least falls into a category familiar to law enforcement and the general public. However, a closer look at the people suspected of taking part in the Capitol riot suggests a different and potentially far more dangerous problem: a new kind of violent mass movement in which more “normal” Trump supporters—middle-class and, in many cases, middle-aged people without obvious ties to the far right—joined with extremists in an attempt to overturn a presidential election.

To understand the events of January 6 and devise solutions to prevent their recurrence, Americans need a fine-grained comprehension of who attacked the Capitol. Understanding the ideology and beliefs of those who commit political violence is important, but so is knowing what kind of people they are and what their lives are like.

For the past decade and a half, our research team at the Chicago Project on Security and Threats has conducted demographic studies of international and domestic terrorists. Four years ago, our study of 112 people who U.S. authorities suspected were involved with the Islamic State undercut a widespread assumption that supporters of the group were uneducated, isolated, and unemployed.
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Report of the WHO-China Joint Mission on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

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https://www.who.int/docs/default-source/coronaviruse/who-china-joint-mission-on-covid-19-final-report.pdf

The WHO has sent a team of 25 international experts, including the Robert Koch Institute in Berlin, to China to investigate the situation there. Here is the final report of the commission as PDF after the visit to Beijing, Wuhan, Shenzhen, Guangzhou and Chengdu as well as the press conference of the team leader on Youtube . Here are some interesting facts that I haven't read in the media:

When a cluster of multiple infections occurs, this is most often (78-85%) caused by infection within the family by droplets and other carriers of infection in close contact with an infected person. The transmission by fine aerosols in the air over longer distances is not one of the main causes of the spread. Most of the 2,055 infected hospital staff were either infected at home or in the early stages of the Wuhan outbreak when protective measures in hospitals had not yet started.
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what the hell happened to journalism??

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mmk6aESKYWE&ab_channel=MikhailaPeterson

not only is the report inaccurate... but when you hear the interview and read the article.. it's chilling how ill intentioned it is. I was shocked at how in the actual interview, the journalist could lie so well, and pretend like she was caring and sympathetic to the situation, whilst then showing a completely different side of her in that article... isn't that sociopathy? shouldn't journalism be unbiased...? just what the fuck is going on.. I get idealogs, but this is straight up fucked up. like legit question, what the heck is up with journalism?
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Watch to see who wears this pin.

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Do they signify allegiance to the NWO and the coming reset?

You will be happy to own nothing! They will be happy owning all that you once owned.

https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2021/02/top-10-global-causes-death/

https://www.weforum.org/great-reset


https://www.weforum.org/focus/podcasts


https://www.weforum.org/events/the-davos-agenda-2021
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Rep. Madison Cawthorn, who sought to overturn Biden's win, admits that the election

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'was not fraudulent' on CNN

https://www.businessinsider.com/video-madison-cawthorn-cnn-interview-voter-challenges-electoral-college-2021-1?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+businessinsider+%28Business+Insider%29

GOP Rep. Madison Cawthorn of North Carolina came into office pledging to contest President Joe Biden's electoral win.

Throughout the evening of the deadly Jan. 6 Capitol riots, Cawthorn continued to challenge the election results for both Arizona and Pennsylvania, emphasizing his focus on election integrity and the Constitution.

However, during a Saturday interview with CNN's Pamela Brown, his argument for contesting the results fell apart.

When Cawthorn was asked by Brown for evidence supporting claims of voter fraud, he was unable to cite any specific cases.

"The things that I was not objecting to the election on behalf of was things like Dominion voting machines changing ballots, or these U-Haul trucks pulling up filled with ballots for Joe Biden as president," he said.

"The thing I was objecting for is things like, like I said in the state of Wisconsin, particularly in the town of Madison … there was an appointed official in that town who actually went against the will of the state legislature and created ballot drop boxes, which is basically ballot harvesting that was happening in the parks," he continued.

https://twitter.com/CNN/status/1353444735050985479?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1353444735050985479%7Ctwgr%5E%7Ctwcon%5Es1_&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.businessinsider.com%2Fvideo-madison-cawthorn-cnn-interview-voter-challenges-electoral-college-2021-1

Brown reminded the 25-year-old freshman congressman that then-President Donald Trump's campaign litigated several Wisconsin ballot issues and lost in court.

When Brown asked if Cawthorn had seen any specific cases of fraud, he could not come up with an answer.
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BOMBSHELL Q Identified

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Thousands flee Hong Kong for UK, fearing China crackdown

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https://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory/thousands-flee-hong-kong-uk-fearing-china-crackdown-75586656

Thousands of Hong Kongers have already made the sometimes painful decision to leave behind their hometown and move to Britain since Beijing imposed a strict national security law on the Chinese territory last summer. Their numbers are expected to swell to the hundreds of thousands.

Some are leaving because they fear punishment for supporting the pro-democracy protests that swept the former British colony in 2019. Others say China’s encroachment on their way of life and civil liberties has become unbearable, and they want to seek a better future for their children abroad. Most say they don’t plan to ever go back.

The moves are expected to accelerate now that 5 million Hong Kongers are eligible to apply for visas to Britain, allowing them to live, work and study there and eventually apply to become British citizens. Applications for the British National Overseas visa officially opened Sunday, though many have already arrived on British soil to get a head start.
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