And then there’s this:
There’s goes Songbird McCain again. This time he’s shilling for TPP, which both Trump and Hillary opposed in their public statements.
47 seconds. There’s a worthless short article at Salon not worth reading, that goes with the video.
The video makes clear that McCain’s loyalty is to the globalists. We really didn’t need any more evidence of that, did we?
This video appears at Salon. More Trump bashing by McCain.
David Icke has for decades advanced the theory that leaders in government are part of a family of nonhuman shape-shifting reptilians who can take human form.
During his Congressional testimony on Thursday, former FBI Director James Comey may have revealed that he is not human.
Read his statement and watch it in the video to help you make up your mind. Is six foot seven or eight inch Comey a nonhuman? Did he reveal the greatest secret by accident?
NOBODY would say “I have had a lot of conversation with humans over the years” unless they were not human.
Comey may have exposed a master species
Comey had a MAJOR, and I mean MAJOR freudian slip while testifying yesterday. What he said probably made David Icke’s skin crawl. Comey spoke in a way that implied “humans” were a species separate from whatever his is. People have noticed this and ran with the topic – Did Comey accidentally let the truth out about a master species that the human race is subservient to? A master species that runs the shadow government?
Whatever you think about this, it made my skin crawl and really ask the question, “what if?”
Here is the relevant portion of the transcript, in context, with the exact wording Comey used. This really could be a smoking gun.
“MCCAIN: Yeah, but I – I think it would intensely arouse my curiosity if the president of the United States said â€œWe had that thing, you knowâ€ – Iâ€™d like to know what the hell that thing is, particularly if Iâ€™m the director of the FBI.
COMEY: Yeah, I – I get that, Senator. Honestly, Iâ€™ll tell you what – this is speculation, but what I concluded at the time is, in his memory, he was searching back to our encounter at the dinner, and was preparing himself to say, “I offered loyalty to you, you promised loyalty to me, ” and all of a sudden his memory showed him that did not happen, and I think he pulled up short.
Thatâ€™s just a guess, but I – I – a lot of conversations with humans over the years.”
My comment: ???????!!!!!!!
Hmm, let’s say the equivalent – I – I – a lot of conversations with dogs over the years. A lot of conversations with birds over the years. A lot of conversations with horses over the years. A lot of conversation with humans over the years. NotOTHER PEOPLE or simply “PEOPLE”, the fact he left out the word other in relation to HUMANS, which denotes a species is really creepy. Maybe it is nothing, but I gotta say, I am shaking my head. That really is enough to make me wonder if David Icke has it right about the lizards. Quite honestly, I would not be surprised if he is right about that considering the way the shadow government is driving our civilization off a cliff. Maybe our nukes are too much for somebody’s comfort. It really may have been a classic freudian slip with Comey.
Watch Comey’s Freudian slip here. Fast forward to about the 7 minute mark and listen for the next 20 seconds or so.
The Atlantic ran an article in 2013 intending to mock the reptiiian theory, although it’s actually pretty informative.
Problems with Lieberman:
1. He’s a Jew. Jews already control everything else.
2. He’s 75 years old. He too old and won’t last long in a job where the appointment is for 10 years.
3. Lieberman has no law enforcement experience.
4. Lieberman is a Deep State democrat.
5. Lieberman is a pal of insane McCain.
6. He has dual citizenhip, American and Israeli. Hell, he’s probably a Mossad agent.
7. Lots of Trump supporters will become ex-supporters if Lieberman is the pick.
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump said he is “very close” to choosing a new FBI director with at least one senior White House official putting the odds of a selection as early as this Friday at “better than 50-50”.
Speaking to reporters at an off the record lunch, and reiterating the comments on camera moments later, Trump called former Sen. Joe Lieberman his top pick. Multiple officials tell NBC News that Lieberman is the current “frontrunner” for the job.
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This video talks about Lieberman’s emails. It’s decent, but really, you don’t need to watch it to know that Lieberman is a bad choice.
If a person could be optimistic, he’d say Trump is playing a game with the Deep State. If Lieberman is his choice, a person might conclude that Trump gave in to the Deep State.
For now, I’m sitting on the fence.
Putting this detailed excerpt from an even longer detailed article with numerous links into perspective is not difficult.
1. Evidence suggests that rebel forces, not the Syrian government, killed people in a possible chemical attack earlier this week.
2. Evidence further implicates American Senator John McCain in orchestrating the attack for his own personal financial gain.
3. President Donald Trump’s abrupt policy shift toward Syria and his use of military force was based on flawed information–a so-called false flag.
The April 4th, 2017 incident at Khan Sheikhoun has provoked an emotional response around the world after images began to emerge showing civilian adults and children apparently suffering from the effects of chemical weapons. President Donald Trump has stated that the attack has totally changed his views towards the Syrian civil war, and may alter his intended strategy there.
Although Western media immediately accused Bashar al-Assad of participating in a gas attack against his own people, the evidence indicates that the intended target was not immediately in a civilian area and was in fact a location where Syrian White Helmets were on the scene with rebel groups at what observers have claimed was a storage facility for conventional and chemical munitions. Additionally, evidence indicates that rebel groups may have had prior knowledge of the attack and knew that there was a risk of chemical weapons being unleashed. The attack also came in the aftermath of a trip by Senator John McCain to meet with groups known to associate with radical jihadist factions in Syria, at a time when the United States government has been engulfed in a power struggle between different political factions who disagree strongly over what should be appropriate policy in regards to the Syrian civil war.
The preferred method that Trump supporters use to express their views is Twitter. I’ve collected Tweets condemning and/or rejecting support for President Donald Trump by prominent alt-right and conservative figures. Baked Alaska, Mike Cernovich, David Duke, Richard Spencer and a host of others have spoken in 140 characters.
It’s entirely possible that President Trump lost half his base of support Thursday night. I’m disgusted, but still on the Trump train.