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BOMBINGS🧨MURDERSπŸ—‘ during ...explaining #13Days of
#AbelDanger video w/ @fieldmcc & Juan 0 Savin (107=17) @realDonaldTrump #QAnon #TrustThePlan
2/ These Horrors are #OccultSacrifices This is THEIR #Satanic #FireBaptism where they Murder the Innocent as a Sacrificial offering to #Lucifer #Baal #Moloch & other Demons #13Days Of
πŸ‘‰πŸ»#BELTANE πŸ‘ˆπŸ» #SriLanka #NotreDame #QAnon

3/ I have been keeping track of these Horrific events... Lets Pray that I won’t have to add more - Amen πŸ™πŸ»
Please take a moment to read... 13Days #Beltane #Occult
#QAnon @realDonaldTrump
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Some interesting findings and observations- enter at your own risk, make up your own mind.
Follow the watch. 3:15
#MarchMadness #Symbolism
#Numbers #DarktoLight #Synchronicity #patterns
There are multiple signals pointing to mid March, 3/15- 3/19, as being very important.
Lets start laying this out.
One person under much scrutiny currently is Justice Ginsburg, the subject of much speculation and controversy.
Born 3/15/1933.
Is the watch referencing RBG?
Rod Rosenstein is leaving DOJ, slated for "mid March". The 15th (3/15) is a Friday, so 16th-17th is St. Paddys Day weekend. Think news cycle. Friday or Monday most be most likely for happenings, technically.
Is the watch signalling RR...?
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Digging around the @ONS MQ5 dataset, thought I’d share 4 UK pension charts. First up, employer contributions to funded pension schemes still overwhelm employee contributions 1/4
Beneath the surface though DB normal contributions on a secular decline, with one-off Employer contributions huge and lumpy. DC contributions on the march (and can be expected to jump this April!) 2/4
When we ask who is contributing what (ex-special) we can see that aggregate contributions to schemes are on the rise as a % of GDP. 3/4
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Look at the #numbers that Democrats don't want us to see.
#7MonthsOfTaxReform πŸ’΅πŸ’΅πŸ’΅πŸ’΅πŸ’΅
16 – Regulations rolled back through the Congressional Review Act process – the most in history
$4.1 billion – Dollars saved in agency regulatory costs through Congressional Review Act rollbacks
4 million+ – Hours of paperwork saved by rolling back regulations
102 – Number of utility companies that have lowered prices in 48 states as a result of tax reform
642 – Companies that gave out pay raises, bonuses, or more benefits to workers, and counting
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