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  1. That would make it just one possibility within a wide range of possibilities, void of proof to make it a certainty. ??? But one notion I do think holds merit, is that the Democrat Party from it's conception, has had a secret agenda to take over the US... and that objective has morphed with time, as has their tactics. They have literally been enemies of America since they were forced to give up the slave trade in the Compromise of 1850. It took 63 years to bring the vision of the Constitution to fruit concerning slavery, as our own Constitution was ratified in 1787. SIXTY THREE YEARS. And so it has been ever since. The gains, small and large, coming slowly because of Democratic opposition to constitutional vision. Their political savvy today has adapted. Their goals have changed as has their global elitist allies. The Constitution has suffered many setbacks as money from all over the world corrupts and places our politicians and unelected officials serving as "little kings", joining together to preserve self and control America.
  2. I've noticed that the "left" are expert wordsmiths that quite purposely deploy their expertise to confuse, distract, lie, a decieve common, well meaning people on the right. It's all intentional and serving deception. That should be enough to tell anyone they need not have any part in what they are saying or doing... and certainly not electing them to office. But many folk aren't paying attention. That's an ugly reality. I see no evidence of any political power having any unconstitutional power before the Administrative State was created with the original "New Deal". That's when powers were combined and corruptions born... at least in anything that can be read. If you have proof that America was born corrupt, I'd be willing to have a look at it.
  3. Yes. Many or all of us did know there was a problem, and there were a great many guesses as to what the problems were... but my reasoning told me that I couldn't use possibilities to justify certainty. I looked for proof, and of course there was none because it was all being hidden by the various Administrative (Deep) State. It was not until this war between President Trump and the secret "ruling class" (CIA, FBI, Justice Department, Homeland Security, etc., etc., etc.) that we had any proof of anything at all and are now getting new revelations daily (even though it is still very slow). Yes. Had I been more savvy in my understanding of what the Administrative State was since it's conception 80 years ago, I could have figured out there were global corruption on a national and even global scale by the ruling class that has ALL powers of government within themselves with no separation, no accountability, using totally unelected (and unknown) officials. Now we know. We have details. We have facts. We have crimes. We don't have them all YET, but plenty enough to start. NOW we can act if we can remove the political obstructors (Democrats in House and Senate). Then the swamp (Administrative State officials) can be drained at warp speed. It's life and death for the Deep State. If they win, they live and rule. If they lose, they will be wiped out and history will show it rocked the world in unprecedented fashion. It's life and death for free, constitutional Americans. If we win, we preserve the Constitution and freedom for maybe another half a generation. If we lose, our children and grandchildren will be socialists, or worse.
  4. Looking through https://www.congress.gov/bill/116th-congress/house-bill/838 , I see the bill was introduced on Jan. 29, 2019, and was referred to the Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security on 03/25/2019. The bill has went nowhere, but it did originally appear to have the support of 90 Republicans, including Crenshaw. That baffles me... makes me feel like I'm missing something. It is out of character (as far as I can perceive) for Crenshaw to support anything unconstitutional. Nothing about the bill looks at all good to me. It's like most legislation now days: ok if you have a good king, terrible for the people if you have a bad one. I guess a person can be thankful that it's a dead bill. However, one of the Deep State agencies can scarf it up, create their own law, operate as they wish, until someone hauls them into the Supreme Court. The Administrative State is quite the work around of traditional legislation. No matter how you look at it, the Deep State has been far more successful than anyone ever thought... and they did so without "we the people" even being able to prove they were there... until President Trump. This is troubling. I'll look into this further. It's kind of like the national version of the red flag laws on steroids.
  5. "We are not storm troopers," he wrote. "We are peacekeepers." My hat is off to the man. He's savvy. Illinois is a blue stronghold right now. Reason isn't at the top of their list.
  6. FPI / May 22, 2020 Republicans swept to victory in Staunton, Virginia's city council election on Tuesday as voters tossed out three Democratic incumbents in a usually reliable Democratic stronghold in the state's Shenandoah Valley. Local media cited gun coLocal media cited gun control legislation as well as COVID-19 lockdowns as key turnout drivers for Republicans in Staunton. staunton by N/A is licensed under City of Staunton N/A Republican candidates Mark Robertson, Amy Darby, and Steve Claffey all joined incumbent Andrea Oakes in a four-seat GOP sweep, WHSV reported. The three incoming council members replaced Democratic incumbents Erik Curren, Ophie Kier, and James Harrington.Nearby Waynesboro also put two conservatives, Lana Williams and Bruce Allen, on their city council to “give conservatives a working majority,” Augusta FreeRev Press reporter Chris Graham noted.“Bottom line is that the strategies worked, flipping both from D to R, but the change in Staunton is stunning almost beyond words,” Graham opined. “A city that voted for Barack Obama, twice, voted for Hillary Clinton, voted for Terry McAuliffe and Ralph Northam, even gave a solid majority to Jennifer Lewis in her 2018 congressional run against Ben Cline, is now controlled by Republicans.”All of the Democratic incumbents almost doubled their vote totals from 2016, yet still lost in a massive voter turnout amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis. “Democrats got their voters out better than they have in a May cycle in years,” Graham wrote. “Republicans got turnout more akin to, not quite a presidential year, but approaching gubernatorial.”Graham cited gun control legislation in the state as well as COVID-19 lockdowns as key turnout drivers for Republicans in Staunton.Overall voter turnout was 4,320, the Augusta Free Press reported, with a total of 17,279 votes cast in the election for the four city council seats.“For comparison to previous cycles, the 2018 local election had 7,068 votes cast for three seats, which would work out to 2,356 individual voters turning out,” wrote Graham. “Back in 2016, the most recent, until Tuesday, four-seat election, the total cast was 6,325, or 1,581 individual voters.”
  7. The U.S. Navy has patented technology to create mid-air images to fool infrared and other sensors. This builds on many years of laser-plasma research and offers a game-changing method of protecting aircraft from heat-seeking missiles. It may also provide a clue about the source of some recent UFO sightings by military aircraft. The U.S. developed the first Sidewinder heat-seeking missile back in the 1950’s, and the latest AIM-9X version is still in frontline service around the world. This type of sensor works so well because hot jet engines exhausts shine out like beacons in the infrared, making them easy targets. Pilots under attack can eject decoy flares to lure a missile away from the launch aircraft, but these only provide a few seconds protection. More recently laser infrared countermeasures have been fielded which dazzle the infrared seeker. A sufficiently intense laser pulse can ionize producing a burst of glowing plasma. The Laser Induced Plasma Effects program uses single plasma bursts as flash-bang stun grenades; a rapid series of such pluses can even be modulated to transmit a spoken message (video here). In 2011 Japanese company Burton Inc demonstrated a rudimentary system that created moving 3D images in mid-air with a series of rapidly-generated plasma dots (video here). A more sophisticated approach uses an intense, ultra-short, self-focusing laser pulse to create a glowing filament or channel of plasma, an effect discovered in the 1990s. Known as laser-induced plasma filaments (LIPF) these can be created at some distance from the laser for tens or hundreds of meters. Because LIPFs conduct electricity, they have been investigated as a means of triggering lightning or creating a lightning gun. US Army 'lighting gun' experiment with laser-generated plasma channel One of the interesting things about LIPFs is that with suitable tuning they can emit light of any wavelength: visible, infrared, ultraviolet or even terahertz waves. This technology underlies the Navy project, which uses LIPFs to create phantom images with infrared emissions to fool heat-seeking missiles. The Navy declined to discuss the project, but the work is described in a 2018 patent: “wherein a laser source is mounted on the back of the air vehicle, and wherein the laser source is configured to create a laser-induced plasma, and wherein the laser-induced plasma acts as a decoy for an incoming threat to the air vehicle.” The patent goes on to explain that the laser creates a series of mid-air plasma columns, which form a 2D or 3D image by a process of raster scanning, similar to the way old-style cathode ray TVs sets display a picture. A single decoy halves the chances of an incoming missile picking the right target, but there is no reason to stop at one : “There can be multiple laser systems mounted on the back of the air vehicle with each laser system generating a ‘ghost image’ such that there would appear to be multiple air vehicles present.” Unlike flares, the LIPF decoy can be created instantly at any desired distance from the aircraft, and can be moved around at will. Equally importantly, moves with the aircraft, rather than dropping away rapidly like a flare, providing protection for as long as needed. The aircraft carrying the laser projector could also project decoys to cover other targets: “The potential applications of this LIP flare/decoy can be expanded, such as using a helicopter deploying flares to protect a battleship, or using this method to cover and protect a whole battle-group of ships, a military base or an entire city.” The lead researcher in the patent is Alexandru Hening. A 2017 piece in the Navy’s own IT magazine says that Dr. Hening has been working on laser-induced plasma at Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific since 2012. “If you have a very short pulse you can generate a filament, and in the air that can propagate for hundreds of meters, and maybe with the next generation of lasers you could produce a filament of even a mile,” Dr. Henning told the magazine, indicating that it should be possible to create phantoms at considerable distances. Phantom aircraft that can move around at high speed and appear on thermal imagers may ring some bells. After months of debate, in April the Navy officially released infra-red videos of UFOs encountered by their pilots, although the Pentagon prefers to call them “unidentified aerial phenomena.” The objects in the videos appear to make sudden movements impossible for physical aircraft, rotate mid-air and zip along at phenomenal speed: all maneuvers which would be easy to reproduce with a phantom projected image. It is unlikely the Pentagon would release videos of their own secret weapon in a bizarre double bluff. But other nations may have their own version. In the early 1990s the Russians claimed that they could produce glowing ‘plasmoids’ at high altitude using high-power microwave or laser beams; these were intended to disrupt the flight of ballistic missiles, an answer to the planned American ‘Star Wars’. Nothing came of the project, but the technology may have been refined for other applications in the subsequent decades. Heat-seeking missiles will no doubt evolve ways to distinguish the plasma ghosts from real jets, leading to further refinement of the decoy technology, and so on. Whether humans also get smart enough to recognize such fakes remains to be seen.
  8. WASHINGTON (CNN) — A US Navy warship has successfully tested a new high-energy laser weapon that can destroy aircraft mid-flight, the Navy’s Pacific Fleet said in a statement Friday. Images and videos provided by the Navy show the amphibious transport dock ship USS Portland, homeported at Naval Base San Diego, executing “the first system-level implementation of a high-energy class solid-state laser” to disable an aerial drone aircraft, the statement said. The images show the laser emanating from the deck of the warship. Short video clips show what appears to be the drone burning. The Navy did not give a specific location of the laser weapons system demonstrator (LWSD) test, saying only that it occurred in the Pacific on May 16. The power of the weapon was not disclosed, but a 2018 report from the International Institute for Strategic Studies said it was expected to be a 150-kilowatt laser. “By conducting advanced at sea tests against UAVs and small crafts, we will gain valuable information on the capabilities of the Solid State Laser Weapons System Demonstrator against potential threats,” Capt. Karrey Sanders, commanding officer of Portland, said in the statement. “With this new advanced capability, we are redefining war at sea for the Navy.” The Navy says lasers, which it calls directed energy weapons (DEW), can be effective defenses against drones or armed small boats. “The Navy’s development of DEWs like the LWSD provide immediate warfighter benefits and provide the commander increased decision space and response options,” the statement said. In 2017, CNN witnessed a live-fire exercise of a 30-kilowatt laser weapon aboard the amphibious transport ship USS Ponce in the Persian Gulf. At the time, Lt. Cale Hughes, a laser weapons system officer, described how they work. “It is throwing massive amounts of photons at an incoming object,” Hughes said. “We don’t worry about wind, we don’t worry about range, we don’t worry about anything else. We’re able to engage the targets at the speed of light.” The Ponce was retired from service later that year.
  9. You're absolutely correct. And I would appreciate it if that everytime you see me in error, point it out clearly while providing the information that is correct. I'm a live and learn type of guy. I have no problems saying, "I don't know". Everytime I do say something, I try to provide why I see it that way or give a trail to the details, verifiable, because if not verifiable, then who knows what it is. If something is questionable, I'll say that too. No one in his right mind would expect to be correct all the time. But that gives us no excuse to be repetitively in error. When I'm in doubt, I do hope that most of the time as far as I'll go is "I don't know".
  10. I'm just curious... Do you know what the "Confederate heritage" is?
  11. I know Q has quite the following. But I have no idea why. A source no one can identify, putting out falsehood after falsehood, politically savvy they use the intelligence to ultimately create a work of political fiction to give the public and pretending to be real? Here are just some of the bizarre, totally inaccurate predictions that QAnon has made: 01/21/18 – A flood was alleged to be coming. A flood consisting of various forms of media that I imagine were supposed to implicate somebody in something nefarious. Sadly, this flood never came. 01/21/18 – Q makes some very certain claims about the Nunes Memo, which of course do not come remotely true when the memo is released a couple weeks later. 01/22/18 – Q posts a confirmed fake Podesta email, then promptly deletes it. But not before his followers have time to notice. 02/09/18 – Next week [Next week] was declared ‘suicide weekend‘. Nothing came to pass. 02/21/18 – Q predicts that the founder of Twitter is removing accounts because he and his Deep State friends are in deep trouble. Nothing came to pass. 03/15/18 – Q declares ‘March Madness’ and that ‘the public will soon know’. Nothing came to pass. 04/02/18 – April was supposed to be a “BIG month“, full of happenings including but not limited to arrests, the release of the IG report, the wall, “military start”, and unsealed indictments. Nothing came to pass. I can trust Sebastian Gorka much more than I can Q, and here's what he has to say about them: https://www.sebgorka.com/the-truth-about-q-anon/
  12. Hi Matt,

     

    If I understand you in your resent response to Megatron that President Trump is ineffective do to his being encircled By the deep state, then I agree, how ever he has been appointing deep state operatives to post in his administration ever sense he entered office. Take for instance AG William Barr, look at his history, and the fact that nothing has happened with indictments,and in the last 24 hrs Barr saying that President Obama, and Biden will not be looked at, It sure looks like a cover up to me.

     It seems to me that we are at a point in time that these deep state actors have committed multiple acts of treason, with the intent to overthrow a duly elected President of the united states. In reference To the oath that I took, it states against all enemies foreign and domestic. Having said all of that, I think that President Trump could enact  Aritcle 2 Section 2 of the United States Constitution.

     

    Mike

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    2. Matt In West Virginia

      Matt In West Virginia

      I never thought about a rebuild. I think that when America falls, it will be to global;ists and a one-world government. When that happens, the rest of our history has already been written.

      I think we either win this fight and regain control of our government, or we lose to globalists until Someone steps on the scene to intervene, not for America, but for the world.

    3. Hamphire Co. Patriot group

      Hamphire Co. Patriot group

      You are so right,in the end game we win.

       

      Mike

    4. Hamphire Co. Patriot group

      Hamphire Co. Patriot group

      You make me LOL. I love your tactics when you are addressing issues of the third dimension. Semper-Fi Brother

       

      Mike

  13. Are you referring to the unConstitutionality of Roosevelt's New Deal?
  14. www.MagaPill.com There's only so much a fella can do with the Deep State circling your wagons every day. Your points are over-exaggerated in my opinion. Not to say I think he has performed perfectly, but far better than I probably would were I in his shoes.
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