Julie Green is one of the people who are currently receiving messages from beyond the appearance of things. Apparently, many of the predictions she receives, come true. The world is a bigger place than we have thought. This is an especially interesting video:
Dave of X22 Report is always a breath of fresh air.
The [DS] is in trouble, their plan to get Trump has failed, not once but multiple times, it is now obvious to the people that this is a witch hunt. The NY case against Trump has failed. The SC continues to bring back the Rule Of Law. The elections are in the spotlight, the SC decided to take up a case on legislative power for the elections in October, timing is interesting. This could be the final piece of the puzzle to block the [DS] cheating attempts.
Chances are, if you live in any large city in America, George Soros owns your District Attorney. This is why DAs obediently satisfy their Sugar Daddy Soros’ plan to keep liberal demonstrators, drug gang members, Jussie Smollett type celebrities, and local corrupt politicians out of jail…
Why is this important? Because a District Attorney can jail or prosecute a criminal or let him or her go free, at his/her whim. (Don’t want to be politically incorrect here.)
Why have some groups been able to burn cities and criminals go free, while other groups and individuals are in jail or even prison for misdemeanors? The District Attorney decides.
If your town is overrun with violent crime, chances are your DA is owned by Soros. The Soros philosophy is driving much of the movement toward socialism in the world. Find out if your District Attorney won his or her position thanks to the generosity of politically correct George Soros.
And you will also learn more about George Soros. His stated goal is to destroy the USA. Be careful who you vote for in every election.
Jonathan Turley lays out another example of the progressive left abandoning its constituency. The court systems have joined in the assaults on academic and personal rights we took for granted, apparently to our detriment. This is a clear and detailed look at the law and how it is being wielded as a weapon, not a shield.
Many of us have criticized (Rep. Marjorie Taylor) Greene for her inflammatory rhetoric and her extreme views. No less dangerous, though, is the means being used by some of Greene’s critics to get rid of her. It is all part of a new movement to defend democracy by denying it. To paraphrase the Vietnam strategy, democracy can only be saved by destroying it through the denial of speech or the right to vote.
As with the calls to censor disinformation, the growing calls for disqualification represent a serious threat to our democracy.
Just as free speech allows good ideas to counteract bad ideas, free elections allow good candidates to prevail over bad candidates. The problem is that you have to be willing to live with the judgment of your fellow citizens rather than control what they read or who they may vote for.
An oldie but goodie that needs to be viewed often and heard on a very deep level – by both citizens and “leaders”
“I am the majority!”
Wouldn’t it be nice if every government of every country was honest, humble, compassionate and logical? Thailand leads the world in those traits.
What is important in this report by the Bangkok Post is that the Royal Thai Government (member state of the UN and the WHO) firmly acknowledges the deaths and adverse events affecting Thais who have taken the vaccine jab.
“Out of the 11,707 people who filed a claim with the authorities, 8,470 people, or 72.3% of all claimants, have been compensated”.
1,962 individuals, namely 23% of those compensated “were left permanently paralysed or died after receiving their Covid-19 shot”.
The implications are far-reaching.
People in Thailand and around the World will be informed of the decision of the Thai government and will refuse to take the jab.
And this decision establishes a legal precedent. It sets the stage for compensation Worldwide on behalf of the victims of the vaccine.
Class action law suits as well criminal charges against Big Pharma and corrupt governments are forthcoming.
National governments will no longer be able to deny the devastating impacts of what is widely recognized by scientists and medical doctors as a killer vaccine.
Nor will they be able to impose a vaccine passport...
Don’t let the media call January 6 a “riot” – turn it around by calling it, rightfully, “Ashli Babbitt Day”
A Missouri judge ruled that local health officials can no longer issue COVID-19 safety orders, which he said infringe upon the constitutional separation of powers between branches of government, reported the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
The ruling from Cole County Circuit Court Judge Daniel Green means local health regulations throughout Missouri are struck down and rendered obsolete, reported the Post-Dispatch.
“This case is about whether Missouri’s Department of Health and Senior Services regulations can abolish representative government in the creation of public health laws, and whether it can authorize closure of a school or assembly based on the unfettered opinion of an unelected official. This court finds it cannot,” said Green, according to the Post-Dispatch.
“Missouri’s local health authorities have grown accustomed to issuing edicts and coercing compliance. It is far past time for this unconstitutional conduct to stop,” added Green, a Republican who was first elected as county judge in 2010.
The lawsuit was originally filed in 2020 and claimed that state health officials were overstepping their authority by issuing coronavirus mitigation measures such as quarantines and business closures, reported the Post-Dispatch…
I have heard that the Prosecutor in the Rittenhouse case has political aspirations and might have seen this trial as an opportunity to make a name for himself. He behaved in a way that made me think of daytime soap operas.
In fact, after the closing arguments, a new high definition video emerged. The Prosecutor should have provided it to the Defense but had not.
If you watched the trial, read through and see which of these “Special Responsibilities” were met and which were not met:
The prosecutor in a criminal case shall:
(a) refrain from prosecuting a charge that the prosecutor knows is not supported by probable cause;
(b) make reasonable efforts to assure that the accused has been advised of the right to, and the procedure for obtaining, counsel and has been given reasonable opportunity to obtain counsel;
(c) not seek to obtain from an unrepresented accused a waiver of important pretrial rights, such as the right to a preliminary hearing;
(d) make timely disclosure to the defense of all evidence or information known to the prosecutor that tends to negate the guilt of the accused or mitigates the offense, and, in connection with sentencing, disclose to the defense and to the tribunal all unprivileged mitigating information known to the prosecutor, except when the prosecutor is relieved of this responsibility by a protective order of the tribunal;
(e) not subpoena a lawyer in a grand jury or other criminal proceeding to present evidence about a past or present client unless the prosecutor reasonably believes:
(1) the information sought is not protected from disclosure by any applicable privilege;
(2) the evidence sought is essential to the successful completion of an ongoing investigation or prosecution; and
(3) there is no other feasible alternative to obtain the information;
(f) except for statements that are necessary to inform the public of the nature and extent of the prosecutor’s action and that serve a legitimate law enforcement purpose, refrain from making extrajudicial comments that have a substantial likelihood of heightening public condemnation of the accused and exercise reasonable care to prevent investigators, law enforcement personnel, employees or other persons assisting or associated with the prosecutor in a criminal case from making an extrajudicial statement that the prosecutor would be prohibited from making under Rule 3.6 or this Rule.
(g) When a prosecutor knows of new, credible and material evidence creating a reasonable likelihood that a convicted defendant did not commit an offense of which the defendant was convicted, the prosecutor shall:
(1) promptly disclose that evidence to an appropriate court or authority, and
(2) if the conviction was obtained in the prosecutor’s jurisdiction,
(i) promptly disclose that evidence to the defendant unless a court authorizes delay, and
(ii) undertake further investigation, or make reasonable efforts to cause an investigation, to determine whether the defendant was convicted of an offense that the defendant did not commit.
(h) When a prosecutor knows of clear and convincing evidence establishing that a defendant in the prosecutor’s jurisdiction was convicted of an offense that the defendant did not commit, the prosecutor shall seek to remedy the conviction.
This is a Red Pill Expo talk, by Dr. David Martin. He says he’s not going to play the “Mr Nice Guy” role any longer. He can’t live with the idea that he might contribute to the deaths of 5-year-olds, so he is speaking out.
A list of the names and photos of the perpetrators of the COVID mess can be seen below the video.