Flynn Signals Dark To Light, [DS][CB] PANIC – Episode 1749

Flynn Signals Dark To Light, [DS][CB] PANIC
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All players are there for a reason, they have specific skills that are needed at specific times. Mnuchin has a specific skill set,he is a Goldman boy and knows how to manipulate the market. Mnuchin tried to build confidence in the market but it might have backfired. Trump calls out the Fed and Rothschild responded. A bill was introduced in the beginning of 2018, to define the dollar as a fixed weight of gold.

Comey tweets that the FBI will spend the Christmas without a paycheck, one problem they got paid before the shutdown. Comey says there is no deep state. MSM pushes fake news throughout 2018. Troops are being withdrawn from Syria and the deep state is in a deep panic. Susan Rice tweets out and it backfires on her. SA will pay the rebuilding of the Syria. Flynn changes his background, Dark to Light.

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Futures Suddenly Plunge Ahead Of Mnuchin’s “Plunge Protection Team” Meeting

Certain skill sets, thats why they are needed until they are no longer needed.


James Comey Lies in Tweet About Lying….

Former FBI Director James Comey is a liar.

  • If he’d lie about a little thing; what else would he lie about?….


James Comey: ‘There’s No Deep State’

  • During testimony before the House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees last week, Comey was asked by Rep. Elijah E. Cummings (D-Md.) for suggestions on how the nation should get back “on track” after the “storm” it is currently weathering – a clear reference to Trump’s presidency.
  • Comey responded by launching into mini-speech about the resilience of America, while insisting there is no “deep state” and urging people to speak out:


The gov is still shutdown, Trump is holding out and waiting he knows if they do not vote the incoming Senate will change everything, will Schumer fold trump tweeted the following.

GoFundMe Border Wall Nears $16M As Counter Campaign For Ladders Nets Just $127K

  • A GoFundMe campaign, titled “We The People Will Fund The Wall,” is closing in on $16 million in just six days. Some 259,936 have donated $15,828,419 toward a $1 billion goal, making the average donation just over $60. The page was created by Brian Kolfage, a triple amputee Air Force veteran.
  • “It’s time we uphold our laws, and get this wall BUILT! It’s up to Americans to help out and pitch in to get this project rolling,” Kolfage wrote on the page.
  • But now a new page has popped up to compete with the wall page. Charlotte Clymer, a transgender Army veteran and human rights activist from Texas, has launched a page titled “Ladders to Get Over Trump’s Wall.” that has raise 142,000 in 4 days


Here Are The Most Egregious Fake News Stories Of 2018

  • here is the list of 2018’s worst examples of fake news:
  • 1. WaPo Blames Border Patrol For Death of 7-Year-Old Migrant
  • The Washington Post published a story in December focusing on a 7-year-old migrant child from Guatemala who died in border patrol custody.
  • Despite WaPo’s misleading headline suggesting border patrol was to blame for the girl’s death, the full timeline of events and statements from the girl’s father praising border agents revealed a different story.
  • 2. CNN And The Hill Spread Retracted Sexual Assault Claim Against Kavanaugh
  • CNN and The Hill both reported on a sexual assault claim against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh in late September without ever mentioning that the claim had been quickly retracted.
  • Jeffrey Catalan apologized for making a “mistake” in leveling the false claim against Kavanaugh, but CNN and The Hill’s initial reports on the claim failed to note the retraction. The Hill later retracted a tweet bolstering the claim and CNN updated its misleading report.
  • 8. CNN Spreads False Statistic On School Shooting
  • After a May school shooting in Texas, CNN anchor Jim Sciutto and political correspondent Sara Murray both claimed that there had already been 22 school shootings in 2018.
  • CNN’s list of “school shootings” includes accidental firearm discharges, events that don’t involve any students, and domestic disputes — hardly the incidents that most people consider to be a school shooting.
  • 9. NBC Sat On Information That Contradicted Kavanaugh Allegations
  • While NBC’s story is not incorrect, its choice to sit on evidence that contradicted a serious sexual assault allegation against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh earned them a spot on this list.
  • Celebrity porn lawyer Michael Avenatti claimed he knew a second woman who could back up gang rape allegations made against Kavanaugh by his client, Julie Swetnick.
  • That second woman actually contradicted the allegations in a phone interview with NBC News on September 30. Mysteriously, NBC chose not to publish this information until weeks later and after Kavanaugh had already been confirmed to the Supreme Court.
  • 11. Jim Acosta Said Illegal Immigrants Wouldn’t Climb Border
  • CNN Chief White House Correspondent Jim Acosta got into an ugly, public battle with President Donald Trump over immigration in November. During the testy exchange, Acosta claimed that illegal immigrants would “not be” trying to climb over the U.S.-Mexico border wall.
  • Unfortunately for Acosta, images a week later revealed that immigrants were doing exactly what he claimed they wouldn’t.
  • 15. Chris Cuomo Shares False Story About AR-15 Purchase
  • CNN anchor Chris Cuomo spread a false story claiming that a 20-year-old student was able to purchase an AR-15 rifle without going through a background check.
  • The story itself admitted that the student never actually finished filling out paperwork — which would trigger the background check — nor did he purchase the gun.
  • Cuomo doubled down on sharing the story, insisting that the “point” he was trying to make still stood.
  • 18. CNN’s Trump Tower Story Obliterated By Lanny Davis
  • CNN reported in July that former Trump attorney Michael Cohen was prepared to tell special counsel Robert Mueller that the president had knowledge in advance of a Trump Tower meeting between his son and Russians.
  • But Cohen’s lawyer, Lanny Davis, said in August that CNN’s reporting got “mixed up” and that Cohen had no information related to the Trump Tower meeting. Cohen said the same to Congress on two separate occasions.
  • 23. Time Magazine’s Family Separation Cover Featuring Crying Honduran Child
  • Time Magazine published an infamous cover in June that showed a Honduran child crying at the U.S. border, apparently after she had been separated from her mother. The image quickly became the face of the “issue of family separations at the border,” despite the fact that the child in question was never separated.
  • Later reports also revealed that, in contrast to common left-wing talking points, the mother and her child were not fleeing violence, and the mother had been previously deported from the U.S. In addition, the mother left three other children in Honduras and allegedly paid a smuggler to help her and her daughter cross the border illegally.



Troops are being withdrawn from Syria and Trump tweets out the following

 Susan Rice chimes in about brett mcgurk and she tweets out the following

Trump responds

Trump Fact-Checks Media: Brett McGurk Responsible for Pallets of Cash to Iran

The claim is true, as initially reported by the Wall Street Journal, which broke the story of the cash ransom for American prisoners in 2016:

The Obama administration has refused to disclose how it paid any of the $1.7 billion, despite congressional queries, outside of saying that it wasn’t paid in dollars. Lawmakers have expressed concern that the cash would be used by Iran to fund regional allies, including the Assad regime in Syria and the Lebanese militia Hezbollah, which the U.S. designates as a terrorist organization.

The U.S. delegation was led by a special State Department envoy, Brett McGurk, and included representatives from the Central Intelligence Agency and Federal Bureau of Investigation, according to U.S. and European officials. The Iranian team was largely staffed by members of its domestic spy service, according to U.S. officials.

Revolutionary Guard commanders boasted at the time that the Americans had succumbed to Iranian pressure. “Taking this much money back was in return for the release of the American spies,” said Gen. Mohammad Reza Naghdi, commander of the Guard’s Basij militia, on state media.

Critics also argued that paying ransom for hostages would endanger Americans by creating a financial incentive to kidnap and imprison more of them.

In 2012, McGurk withdrew his nomination to be ambassador to Iraq over an affair with a Journal reporter.

As the New York Times reported at the time:

Six of the nine Republicans on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee wrote Mr. Obama last week that Mr. McGurk “lacks the leadership and management experience” to run the largest American embassy in the world and suggested that the e-mails documented “unprofessional conduct” and “poor judgment” that would tarnish his credibility. The public opposition by Republicans led to private defections among Democrats, including Senator Barbara Boxer of California, according to Democrats.




General Flynn just signaled all anons

If you look at his twitte page he changed his header,

What did he change it to

Dark to light