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May 17 2018

Q !4pRcUA0lBE ID: cfcc74 No.1448537 📁
May 17 2018 18:08:47 (EST)

We are everywhere Anon.
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May 17 2018 18:16:15 (EST)


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May 17 2018 18:02:12 (EST)
A theory ?
Those pallets were full of smart phones  to be distributed  members, i.e. Hillary, bill, Hussein, bremmer,etc..  These were special phone which the cabal thought could not be tracked or monitored.  The cabal needed a new way to communicate after Q exposed their gmail draft and game forum methods.
Hillary was in NZ (FIVEEYES), not only to raise funds (if that is the true story) but to test out the phones. . Under directions of Trump, NZ told Hillary that the phones were good.
The cabal worked with China’s ZTE for these special PHONES.  That is why ZTE was in the news lately.  Trump drew attention to them to send the cabal a message that he was on to them.

The pics in London show the cabal meeting up after communicating with their secret phones.
Just a theory.
Q !4pRcUA0lBE ID: cfcc74 No.1448537 📁
May 17 2018 18:08:47 (EST)
We are everywhere Anon.  8) ;D

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May 22 2018

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May 22 2018 11:52:25 (EST)
Slowly & carefully.📁
Did you see the Ryan [PR] interview a short time ago?
When you are no longer seeking another term you are 'FREE' to make better decisions.

'Flood is coming'
Future proves past.

Turley: Sessions’ Appointing Utah Federal Prosecutor Much Better for Trump than 2nd Special Counsel.

WASHINGTON, DC – Professor Jonathan Turley, a top national legal expert on government investigations, commented on Thursday about Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ decision to bring in U.S. Attorney John Huber. Turley called it “brilliant”to combine all the powers of the U.S. Department of Justice’s inspector general with a prosecutor who can bring charges, seek indictments, and get results for President Trump far more quickly than a second special counsel.

Sessions informed Congress in his letter that all the matters recommended for investigation by Goodlatte, Gowdy, and Grassley are “fully within the scope of [Huber’s] existing mandate.” He also informed the chairmen that Inspector General Michael Horowitz, who is working with Huber, has a staff of 470 investigators, giving Huber access to enormous investigative firepower that far exceeds the staff of any special counsel.

That point is critical because as Sessions’ March 29 letter explains, the inspector general’s jurisdiction to conduct civil and criminal investigations includes “actions taken by former employees after they have left government service.” Then Huber can act on any of those matters.

As a U.S. attorney, Huber has full authority to empanel a grand jury and to file criminal charges. A grand jury can be empaneled anywhere, which means that it could be a group of citizens from deep-red Utah – in the heart of Trump country – instead of the D.C. Swamp that decides whether to hand down indictments for felony prosecution.

“The Inspector General’s jurisdiction extends not only to allegations of legal violations, but also to allegations that Department employees violated established practices as well,” Sessions added in his letter, which means that the IG’s report can hold people accountable even for actions that do not violate a specific statute.

“I think [Sessions] did the right thing here,” said Turley. “I think the president should listen to General Sessions on this one.”