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Well one side’s main story today in MSM is about things Clinton said in response to another story, and reactions around it, and the other side’s main story is Steve Wynn and more unconfirmed accusations ... and the reactions around it...
All while Indiana passes a bill clearing the way for commercial hemp production, openly defying the archaic and subversive federal laws. The US air force begins a massive war drill in Las Vegas causing GPS blackouts with little regard to the major issue that could and will cause. The US continues to hint at a preemptive tactical nuclear strike on North Korea that will likely never happen, and that seems aimed at inciting a response in order to disrupt the peace being made, and the FBI releases "information" on the suspicious death of RT founder Mikhail Lesin claiming the man apparently beat himself to death.
But yeah, let's talk more about opinions and conjecture instead, thanks MSM ... really keeping the people informed.
Indiana Committee Passes Bill to Clear Way for Commercial Hemp Market Despite Federal Prohibition
USAF Begins Massive GPS Blackouts In The Western US During Largest Ever Air War Drill
Papers Please: “Daily Citizenship Checks” on Buses Across Maine Highlight Constitution-Free Zone
US Stealth Bombers in Guam Seen Readying for Nuclear Strike on North Korea
Will There be a US Nuclear Sneak Attack on North Korea?
North Korea Calls for Peaceful Reunification with South
FBI Releases Docs Claiming RT Founder Beat Himself to Death in His Hotel Room
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