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Crooked Hillary Declared Winner By Newsweek; CME To Disrupt Election?

Tuesday, November 8, 2016 8:11
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In this News Brief, Joe Joseph talks about the skepticism of the masses as it pertains to the mainstream media and their flogging of the truth throughout this “selection process”. Newsweek magazine has called the election for Hillary four days early? Does Carnac the Magnificent work for Newsweek now? Joe talks about possible post-“selection” civil unrest and the possibility of a CME playing disruptor to an already contentious “selection”.

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