JOACHIM BARTOLL: “Trump Sues Hillary Clinton, Alleging ‘Deep State’ Conspiracy To Link His Campaign To Russia”

“Look at that. More drama and theatre for the sleeping masses and the Q-tards. Speaking of which, whatever happened to the hyped interview between Trump and Putin on the new CIA-platform called ‘Truth Social?’ It was rescheduled all by the numbers and then just… ‘puff,’ disappeared. Well, this story broke on March 24, the 83rd day of the year, and it’s all about the election, his campaign in 2016, and a wide cast of characters that Trump has accused for years of orchestrating a ‘deep state conspiracy’ against him involving Russia. And this lawsuit comes during the Russian Ukraine war and it involves Donald’s connections with Russia and Vladimir Putin. Such beautiful synchronicity and it’s all just coincidences, right? But we’re only getting started. How appropriate that such a silly lawsuit hit the news on the 83rd day of the year. Donald was born on June 14, which means that it’s also 83-days until his upcoming 76th birthday. And remember, Hillary was mentioned in the headlines. March 24 was 149-days after her birthday on October 26. 149 is very special, as it is the duodecimal of 201, the number of the Jesuit Order. Donald is a Freemason and he’s connected to Order 322, Skull and Bones, also known as The Brotherhood of Death. Also, remember that he called it a ‘deep state’ conspiracy. The phrase ‘deep state’ was coined by CIA and Q-tards. But this should be more than enough to show you, once again, that everything they do is scripted by the numbers and it is nothing more than pure theatre for the sleeping masses. And you still don’t think they do things by the numbers, eh, you little coincidence theorist? Using the phrase ‘deep state’ is the same thing as telling everyone that you are retarded and very much asleep, totally unaware of how the world actually works.”

~Joachim Bartoll

Look at that. More drama and theatre for the sleeping masses and the Q-tards. Speaking of which, whatever happened to the hyped interview between Trump and Putin on the new CIA-platform called ‘Truth Social?’ It was rescheduled all by the numbers and then just… ‘puff,’ disappeared.

Well, this story broke on March 24, the 83rd day of the year, and it’s all about the election, his campaign in 2016, and a wide cast of characters that Trump has accused for years of orchestrating a “deep state conspiracy” against him involving Russia.

The Donald = 83

Election = 83

Deep State Conspiracy = 83

Trump = 83

Russia = 83

How appropriate that such a silly lawsuit hit the news on the 83rd day of the year. But we’re only getting started. Donald was born on June 14, which means that it’s also 83-days until his upcoming 76th birthday.

And you still don’t think they do things by the numbers, eh, you little coincidence theorist?

Donald is a Freemason and he’s connected to Order 322, Skull and Bones, also known as The Brotherhood of Death. A lot of recent stories has been connected to them since we recently had their celebration date of 3/22, as in Order 322. This story is no exception. And remember, he is also suing people within the FBI.

Brotherhood of Death = 83

FBI-led Operation = 83 (what he claimed was working against him)

83 is the 23rd prime number.

Donald = 23

It’s also 2 months and 22 days until his birthday. A very nice number.

Federal Lawsuit = 222 (what he filed)

Order Out of Chaos = 222 (Freemasonic motto)

As Above, So Below = 222 (Freemasonic and Satanic motto)

And this lawsuit comes during the Russian Ukraine war and it involves Donald’s connections with Russia and Vladimir Putin.

Russian-Ukraine War = 222

March 24 just happen to be 24-weeks on the day after Putin’s birthday on October 10. A double wham for 24, and of course…

Lawsuit = 24

Russia = 24

Donald = 24

Trump = 24

Lawsuit = 24

Such beautiful synchronicity and it’s all just coincidences, right?

And keep in mind that ‘24’ is one of the big numbers in the ongoing staged war, as it started on February 24.

And speaking on the ongoing fake war, another very important number is 48, as I decoded several times.

Lawsuit = 48

Russia = 48

Donald Trump = 48

And those 24-weeks after Putin’s birthday breaks down to exactly 168 days.

Vladimir Putin = 168

And remember, Hillary was mentioned in the headlines. March 24 was 149-days after her birthday on October 26. 149 is very special, as it is the duodecimal of 201, the number of the Jesuit Order. And also…

The Jesuit Order = 201

Skull and Bones = 149 (she is also a member)

And 149 days is 21 weeks and 2 days, as in 212.

Hillary Clinton = 212

Also, remember that he called it a ‘deep state’ conspiracy. The phrase ‘deep state’ was coined by CIA and Q-tards. Originally it surfaced as a shorthand for bureaucrats wanting to undermine Trump, as one of many acts in the theatre of politics. Using the phrase ‘deep state’ is the same thing as telling everyone that you are retarded and very much asleep, totally unaware of how the world actually works.

Deep State = 148, 49

Donald J. Trump = 148, 49

There is so much more to this story, such as the names James Comey tied to his campaign and the Jesuits, and the DNC. But this should be more than enough to show you, once again, that everything they do is scripted by the numbers and it is nothing more than pure theatre for the sleeping masses.


~via Joachim Bartoll Official


RYAN CRISTIAN: “‘Scientists Say’ We Should Have Lithium In Our Water To Reduce Suicide”

This is an excerpt of The Daily Wrap Up 8/7.

 

 

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DERRICK BROZE: “#FluorideTrial August 2020 Update”

Derrick Broze breaks down the latest on the #FluorideTrial #FluorideLawsuit

 

~via The Conscious Resistance

DERRICK BROZE: “#FluorideTrial Week 2 Recap, What’s Next?”

 

 

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DERRICK BROZE: “#FluorideTrial: Ruling Delayed As Judge Asks Defense and Plaintiffs to Discuss New Evidence”

The historic trial examining the dangers of water fluoridation reached a temporary conclusion on Wednesday after the judge delayed the ruling so the parties may consider new evidence on fluoride.

(To read about week 1 of the trial, please see #FLUORIDETRIAL: SCIENTIST SAYS HE WAS THREATENED BECAUSE OF FLUORIDE STUDY – WEEK 1 IN REVIEW)

On Wednesday, U.S. District Court Judge Edward Chen delayed a ruling in the case between the Fluoride Action Network (FAN) and the U.S Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The FAN is aiming to prove the harms caused by community water fluoridation. The government is defending water fluoridation and seeking a dismissal of the petition by the plaintiffs.

Over the last two weeks, Judge Chen has heard arguments from witnesses with the FAN and EPA. Attorneys with FAN argue that water fluoridation violates the 1970 Toxic Substances Control Act provisions which prohibit the “particular use” of a chemical which has been found to present an unreasonable risk to the general public. Under section 21 of the TSCA citizens are allowed to petition the EPA to regulate or ban individual chemicals.

Judge Chen suggested the FAN file a new petition with the EPA, a suggestion which plaintiffs attorney Michael Connett was not eager to accept given the fact that it has taken four years to get the lawsuit to court. Connett told the court that the plaintiffs might not have the resources to continue this fight for another couple of years and cautioned against delaying a ruling because it would continue to endanger Americans due to ongoing fluoride exposure. The EPA’s attorneys were equally disinterested in a delayed ruling, stating that there is “no way” the EPA could conduct a review within the required 90 days.

Judge Chen said he was only discussing delaying the ruling for another couple of months, not years. Chen also noted that the evidence presented by both sides went “well beyond administrative record, because so much has changed since that petition was filed” in 2016. “Doesn’t it make sense to have the agency take a second look?” Judge Chen asked the attorneys for the EPA and FAN.

Judge Chen noted that the National Academy of Science is expected to publish a study later this year and the National Toxicology Program is working on a review of the literature on fluoride. These new studies, he said, should be considered by the EPA. The judge did acknowledge it is undisputed that fluoride can cause harm to the human brain and is a neurological hazard. The disagreement between EPA and FAN hinges on arguments over the levels at which fluoride causes neurological damage.

Ultimately, Judge Chen, the EPA, and the FAN agreed to delay a ruling until both parties have time to discuss whether the EPA will revisit the original petition, FAN will file a new petition, or the judge will rule on the current case. A briefing between both sides is scheduled for August 6.

During the discussions about the potential ruling, Judge Chen admitted that the EPA held the FAN petition on water fluoridation to a standard which is not typical of petitions under TSCA. “The EPA appears to have applied a standard of causation, which from my read of TSCA is not accurate, is not a proper application, not the proper standard,” Chen said to the EPA. This fact was acknowledged by FAN attorney Michael Connett on Tuesday during cross examination of EPA witness Dr. Tala Henry. Under standard TSCA procedure, parties must show an association — not causation — to prove the harm of water fluoridation.

Connett also spent much of his cross examination of EPA expert witnesses drawing attention to their previous testimony in defense of chemical companies and chemicals known to be hazardous to humans. Two of the EPA’s witnesses are employed by the corporate firm Exponent Inc. While cross examining EPA witness Dr. Ellen Chang, Connett asked how much biotech/pesticide company Syngenta paid her for a presentation she had given.

Connett also questioned Dr. Chang about how much she was being paid to defend water fluoridation. Chang stated that Exponent Inc was paying her an estimated $149,000. Dr. Chang was also questioned by Connett about her previous work for Monsanto, Dow Chemical, and other chemical companies and associations. Specifically, Connett called attention to the fact that Dr. Chang had previously stated that despite an association between Monsanto/Bayer’s glyphosate and cancer, she concluded there was no risk. Chang admitted that one peer-reviewer of her study on glyphosate found her analysis “devolved into a laundry list of every possible cause of bias.”

Despite arguments from the EPA’s attorneys that the EPA would never fail to act to protect Americans from harm, the fact remains that the U.S. government hired corporate scientists to defend water fluoridation. The EPA attempted to diminish the concerns brought by the plaintiffs and their experts, while simultaneously attempting to present last-minute evidence which had not been peer-reviewed. If the EPA wants to protect the American people they should accept the plaintiffs petition and end water fluoridation. If they refuse to do so, Judge Chen should see clearly that fluoride is a neurotoxin which poses an unreasonable risk to human health.

Stay tuned to The Last American Vagabond for updates on this ongoing case.

 

Question Everything, Come To Your Own Conclusions.

 

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