I watched Bombard’s body language, referring to Trump’s announcement declaring a National Emergency for the border wall outside the W.H. She expressed surprise at how hesitant and non-Trumpian he looked and sounded. That he kept looking down, fiddling with papers, and so on.
Her analysis dovetailed with doubts I was having, thanks to stories I had seen in various places about “poison pills” buried in the spending bill that contained items such as saying that local communities along the border would be able to decide whether or not their portion of the wall got built. And of course, if that “poison pill” is true, if, as Trump says, then all migrants have to do is go around the wall and pour through those open areas, then him signing the bill, which he did, is a betrayal of his promise to construct a high wall across the entire border of the southern U.S. In which case, it looks like Trump was defeated by Nancy and the libs, who BTW, other sources say, are paid off by those who don’t want the wall including drug lord kingpin El Chapo. Oops, maybe not? But can you trust so-called “fact-checker” snopes? NO.
Hmmm. Well then, who can you trust?
The other day I picked up on this item from among the enormous number of Q drops during these possibly climactic days:
But of course, again we must ask, can we trust Q? I tend to think so, and have thought so, ever since Q began to roll out his enigmatic coded military intelligence(?) posts that call for us to recognize that the Deep State swamp- draining takedown is rolling out bit by bit via meticulously ordered events planned in advance, and all heading in a fruitful direction.
On the other hand, remember that Q also warns: “Disinformation is necessary” — in order to confuse deep state actors who are also reading Q posts. So who knows what Q posts contain disinfo?
Meanwhile, I also find myself following the X 22 Report on a daily basis, very much appreciating Dave’s research and the way he thinks about the complex, multi-layered, three-steps-ahead, 4-D “Art of War” manner in which Donald Trump appears to think.
Here’s Dave’s post that refers to the possible “poison pill” matter; 1793b. Check in at about minute 15, and again at about minute 33.
Hint: Dave says that communities along the border have always been consulted as to the wall in their area; however they have not had final say; nor will they in the future as the wall goes forward.
Disclaimer: I’ve never been one for impenetrable borders. Indeed, in the long run, I know that we will all come to realize that the world is one, and that all humans need to be free to pursue their dreams, wherever they may lead. However, at this time, when the deep state globalist roll-out calls for dismantling all national borders and encouraging migration in order to mix various cultures together to the point of chaos, which then, in the usual Hegelian “Problem, Reaction, Solution” manner would have all of us begging for a centralized, police state authority to take control and save us from murdering each other, I am definitely FOR national borders.
Ideally, the global civilization can eventually decentralize from national borders into small geographical niches, with whoever lives in them connected to both each other and the land.