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That doesn't look like a wall to me. Looks more like a fence and it looks somewhat porous. It doesn't appear it would hold up well to a gas powered saw.
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Granted the above was supplied by the fake media the possibility still remains that its true (although given the source, the picture is probably fake and the claims being made are lies). Why would it not be a solid wall?
 
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That doesn't look like a wall to me. Looks more like a fence and it looks somewhat porous. It doesn't appear it would hold up well to a gas powered saw.
View attachment 122001 Why would it not be a solid wall?
1. Because it allows the BP to see whats on the other side.
2. Because its a nice sized order of steel to be made at our newly opened steel mills.
3. Because it gives the D's 2 victories...they can say they helped avoid an ugly concrete wall...and they can say they got a fence instead of a "wall"...2 concessions Trump has given them in an attempt to get them to give in.
4. It allows Trump to say later when its discovered that the "true cost" is much higher than projected - that he "could have" done it for the amount promised if only the D's had allowed him to build the concrete wall he first envisioned.
 

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Stainless steel is a mofo to cut...
Where does it say they're using stainless steel for the fence? (It's not a wall, its a fence)

This is a wall:

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Just thinking out loud. Grappling hook ladder to the top flip it to other side & down the same ladder.
Just sayin.......... :don't    know2:
 

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There's always a way if one is serious.

Just stops the majority of ordinaries...
 

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That doesn't look like a wall to me. Looks more like a fence and it looks somewhat porous. It doesn't appear it would hold up well to a gas powered saw.
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Granted the above was supplied by the fake media the possibility still remains that its true (although given the source, the picture is probably fake and the claims being made are lies). Why would it not be a solid wall?
Yeah, and explosives can take out a concrete wall. A trebuchet hurling stone can take out a stone and mortar or brick and mortar wall. NO barrier is 100% effective. If man can build it, man can take it down.

Checkpoint Charlie, the Berlin Wall with armed troops on either side and armed troops stationed atop that wall and the top of the wall hard barbed wire and that wall came down. The Great Wall of China was not only tall and made of stone, it was so wide that you could drive chariots along the tp or march battalions of soldiers marching abreast in formation along it's top, troops had residences/ barracks atop it, yet it, too has been breeched. NO WALL is 100% impermeable or unbreechable.

Politically, once a wall of whatever material and construction is in place it will continue to be funded by reasons of maintenance, strengthening and sometimes expansion and horizontal or vertical extension. The point is to first get a wall in place.
 

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Yeah, and explosives can take out a concrete wall. A trebuchet hurling stone can take out a stone and mortar or brick and mortar wall. NO barrier is 100% effective. If man can build it, man can take it down.

Checkpoint Charlie, the Berlin Wall with armed troops on either side and armed troops stationed atop that wall and the top of the wall hard barbed wire and that wall came down. The Great Wall of China was not only tall and made of stone, it was so wide that you could drive chariots along the tp or march battalions of soldiers marching abreast in formation along it's top, troops had residences/ barracks atop it, yet it, too has been breeched. NO WALL is 100% impermeable or unbreechable.

Politically, once a wall of whatever material and construction is in place it will continue to be funded by reasons of maintenance, strengthening and sometimes expansion and horizontal or vertical extension. The point is to first get a wall in place.
Yep! I did a little more research on that report from the media and sure enough, the testing photos show the slag from a cutting torch. The report claimed it was done with just a saw but obviously, both are probably needed. You're right though. If a drug smuggler gets a torch out to the wall they can cut the steel then finish the job wit the concrete saw.

To your point, nothing is going to keep them out. We need to make it harder for them to get in!!
 

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To your point, nothing is going to keep them out. We need to make it harder for them to get in!!
I think if we didn’t give them free food, healthcare, lodging and education, they wouldn’t even try to come. No wall needed, just cut off the free shit.
 

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Yep! I did a little more research on that report from the media and sure enough, the testing photos show the slag from a cutting torch. The report claimed it was done with just a saw but obviously, both are probably needed. You're right though. If a drug smuggler gets a torch out to the wall they can cut the steel then finish the job wit the concrete saw.

To your point, nothing is going to keep them out. We need to make it harder for them to get in!!
a pile of explosives would also get a portion of the wall down. The Cartels have access to a lot of that.
 

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I think if we didn’t give them free food, healthcare, lodging and education, they wouldn’t even try to come. No wall needed, just cut off the free shit.
Yeah but in order to do that we would need to remove a few commies from existence. It will be messy!
 

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Just thinking out loud. Grappling hook ladder to the top flip it to other side & down the same ladder.
Just sayin.......... :don't    know2:

Well, yeah, bro...

And a helicopter would do it too. Also, a cheaper method would be a powered parasail. Beaner ninjas could use their hand-claws...

But... d'ysee… those long lines of beaners have very few grappling hook ladders, helicopters, parasails, or mining equipment for tunnels amongst them.


I would venture to say a wall would solve the problem.
 

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The warriors who delivered POTUS salute him as they fly away. Respect must be earned. It is not given lightly.

 

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Put three hard pipes down the center of the square tube with hardened balls inside of the pipes then fill the rest of the void with cement. To prevent tunneling drill to 50’ and blast. Just thinking.
 

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Q!!mG7VJxZNCI11 Jan 2019 - 1:19:34 AM
BOOM!
BOOM!
BOOM!
BOOM!
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What Senior US Official Is Arriving in China?
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Awaiting VIP arrival.
What senior US official is arriving in China?
Purpose?
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Ruth Bader Ginsberg in the News a Day after the Q Drop (Q Proof!)
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At what point is it mathematically impossible?
The very next day.
Red Castle.
Green Castle.
Public access to intel?
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Next Supreme Court Nomination to be a Woman? The Senate Confirms SC Nominations
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If a woman is selected as the nominee does that eliminate the wrap up smear re: sexual assault?
What other tactics might be planned to block and/or force name removal?
Why is the Senate important?
Who controls the Senate?
53-47
Enjoy the show.
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Judge Nap now saying there is evidence of collusion between Trumps campaign and Russia, wheres this dam plan, looks like the only one with a plan is the dems running roughshod over Trump since day one WTF???
If there was evidence... do you think they would waste one second 'waiting' to expose the proof??
 

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Maybe the evidence will be in Mueller's Report?.........that report will be the ammo that the House needs to file Impeachment.
Possibly, but if the evidence was *that* bad, Mueller would have released his report already and given the House all the ammo they needed from day 1 of their majority status.
 

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Possibly, but if the evidence was *that* bad, Mueller would have released his report already and given the House all the ammo they needed from day 1 of their majority status.

Could be....

Could be they’ve been buying time...

Could be a lot of things...

One things for sure , it wil take a lot of sleuth work by the peons to find it what is really going on....
 

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A visual trigger. MK-Ultra, hypnosis, mind-control. FF. Call to action like the Revolting Purple of HRC's concession speech.
 

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EXCLUSIVE: Transcripts of Lisa Page’s Closed-Door Testimonies Provide New Revelations in Spygate Scandal


January 11, 2019 Updated: January 11, 2019

Transcripts of two closed-door testimonies by Lisa Page, the former assistant general counsel at the FBI, have provided new insights into the actions of the FBI, DOJ, and others—including CIA Director John Brennan—regarding their investigation into Donald Trump.


Former FBI Lawyer Lisa Page arrives to testify before a House Judiciary Committee closed-door meeting on July 13, 2018. (Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

Included in the transcripts provided to us is information suggesting Brennan was aware of the so-called Steele dossier in early August 2016, and that he included information regarding the dossier in a briefing given to then-Sen. Harry Reid (D-Nev.).

Other key points in Page’s testimony before Congress:
  • The FBI appears to have considered investigating President Trump for obstruction of justice both before and after FBI Director James Comey was fired.
  • Page says the DOJ refused to pursue “gross-negligence” charges against Hillary Clinton over her use of a private email server to send classified information.
  • FBI agent Michael Gaeta, head of the Eurasian Crime Squad, who received the dossier from former MI6 spy Steele in July 2016 is referred to in the transcript as Steele’s handler.
  • The FBI maintained a previously unknown verification file for the Steele dossier. Congressional investigators did not previously know of its existence.
  • John Carlin, the head of the DOJ’s National Security Division, was kept abreast of the FBI’s investigative activities through contact with then-Deputy FBI Director McCabe.
  • Page worked directly for DOJ official Bruce Ohr for at least five years and had met his wife, Nellie, once.
  • The role of FBI Agent Jonathan Moffa and DOJ official George Toscas may have been greater than initially assumed.
The interviews with Page were conducted by Congressional lawmakers on July 13 and 16, 2018, in an unclassified setting, with the appropriate agency counsel present to ensure that classified information did not enter into the unclassified setting.

Page testified that she joined the team of special counsel Robert Mueller around May 18, 2017—and that FBI Agent Peter Strzok was considered for inclusion shortly thereafter. Page’s role was to “bridge the gap and transition between what we as a team knew and the evidence that we had gathered to date on the collusion investigation and sort of imparting that knowledge to the new special counsel team,” she said.

Page, who acknowledged her personal relationship with Strzok at several points during the interview, noted that initially, Strzok was not “brought over as the senior executive to run the investigation. Another individual was, and that was not successful. It was not a good match with Mr. Mueller. He did not really have the sufficient counterintelligence background to be effective.” That individual would later be identified as John Brown.

Page agreed to work for a 45-day trial period, but at the end of that time, she left to spend more time with her children, by her own account. Page left of her own volition and before Inspector General Michael Horowitz notified Mueller (and then-Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe) of the texts between Page and Strzok.

Page noted that she only traveled abroad once while she worked for McCabe, in December 2016, on official business in London. Strzok traveled with her, as did three other unnamed individuals. One individual that Page specified as not being part of the trip was Bill Priestap, the FBI’s head of counterintelligence. Page was prohibited by FBI counsel for detailing the purpose of her visit.

Prior to her work for Deputy FBI Director McCabe, Page worked within the DOJ—where Bruce Ohr was her direct supervisor for five to six years. Page also met Nellie Ohr, Bruce Ohr’s wife, at a summer barbeque that Ohr held for the office in 2011.

One particularly interesting bit of information is that Page read the memos written by then-FBI Director James Comey almost in real time. As she stated in testimony, “I reviewed most of them within a day or on the same day that they were created.”

According to Page, others who were privy to Comey’s memos included four additional FBI officials, “Jim Rybicki, Mr. McCabe, Mr. Ghattas, maybe Mr. Bowdich.”

Strzok did not have access to Comey’s memos. McCabe also kept memos which Page reviewed, including “one or two” that pertained to meetings with President Donald Trump. During questioning, it became apparent that the McCabe memos were “relevant to the matters that the special counsel is investigating.”

Page Denies Bias, But Says FBI Focussed More on Trump Than Clinton

Lots more here: https://www.theepochtimes.com/trans...timonies-provide-new-revelations_2763452.html
 

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A visual trigger. MK-Ultra, hypnosis, mind-control. FF. Call to action like the Revolting Purple of HRC's concession speech.
...or just six flags stood up at the end of the hall. At this point, who the fark knows? We're living in a fucking reality TV show and nothing makes any sense any more
 

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EXCLUSIVE: Transcripts of Lisa Page’s Closed-Door Testimonies Provide New Revelations in Spygate Scandal


January 11, 2019 Updated: January 11, 2019
Transcripts of two closed-door testimonies by Lisa Page, the former assistant general counsel at the FBI, have provided new insights into the actions of the FBI, DOJ, and others—including CIA Director John Brennan—regarding their investigation into Donald Trump.


Former FBI Lawyer Lisa Page arrives to testify before a House Judiciary Committee closed-door meeting on July 13, 2018. (Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

Included in the transcripts provided to us is information suggesting Brennan was aware of the so-called Steele dossier in early August 2016, and that he included information regarding the dossier in a briefing given to then-Sen. Harry Reid (D-Nev.).

Other key points in Page’s testimony before Congress:
  • The FBI appears to have considered investigating President Trump for obstruction of justice both before and after FBI Director James Comey was fired.
  • Page says the DOJ refused to pursue “gross-negligence” charges against Hillary Clinton over her use of a private email server to send classified information.
  • FBI agent Michael Gaeta, head of the Eurasian Crime Squad, who received the dossier from former MI6 spy Steele in July 2016 is referred to in the transcript as Steele’s handler.
  • The FBI maintained a previously unknown verification file for the Steele dossier. Congressional investigators did not previously know of its existence.
  • John Carlin, the head of the DOJ’s National Security Division, was kept abreast of the FBI’s investigative activities through contact with then-Deputy FBI Director McCabe.
  • Page worked directly for DOJ official Bruce Ohr for at least five years and had met his wife, Nellie, once.
  • The role of FBI Agent Jonathan Moffa and DOJ official George Toscas may have been greater than initially assumed.
The interviews with Page were conducted by Congressional lawmakers on July 13 and 16, 2018, in an unclassified setting, with the appropriate agency counsel present to ensure that classified information did not enter into the unclassified setting.

Page testified that she joined the team of special counsel Robert Mueller around May 18, 2017—and that FBI Agent Peter Strzok was considered for inclusion shortly thereafter. Page’s role was to “bridge the gap and transition between what we as a team knew and the evidence that we had gathered to date on the collusion investigation and sort of imparting that knowledge to the new special counsel team,” she said.

Page, who acknowledged her personal relationship with Strzok at several points during the interview, noted that initially, Strzok was not “brought over as the senior executive to run the investigation. Another individual was, and that was not successful. It was not a good match with Mr. Mueller. He did not really have the sufficient counterintelligence background to be effective.” That individual would later be identified as John Brown.

Page agreed to work for a 45-day trial period, but at the end of that time, she left to spend more time with her children, by her own account. Page left of her own volition and before Inspector General Michael Horowitz notified Mueller (and then-Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe) of the texts between Page and Strzok.

Page noted that she only traveled abroad once while she worked for McCabe, in December 2016, on official business in London. Strzok traveled with her, as did three other unnamed individuals. One individual that Page specified as not being part of the trip was Bill Priestap, the FBI’s head of counterintelligence. Page was prohibited by FBI counsel for detailing the purpose of her visit.

Prior to her work for Deputy FBI Director McCabe, Page worked within the DOJ—where Bruce Ohr was her direct supervisor for five to six years. Page also met Nellie Ohr, Bruce Ohr’s wife, at a summer barbeque that Ohr held for the office in 2011.

One particularly interesting bit of information is that Page read the memos written by then-FBI Director James Comey almost in real time. As she stated in testimony, “I reviewed most of them within a day or on the same day that they were created.”

According to Page, others who were privy to Comey’s memos included four additional FBI officials, “Jim Rybicki, Mr. McCabe, Mr. Ghattas, maybe Mr. Bowdich.”

Strzok did not have access to Comey’s memos. McCabe also kept memos which Page reviewed, including “one or two” that pertained to meetings with President Donald Trump. During questioning, it became apparent that the McCabe memos were “relevant to the matters that the special counsel is investigating.”

Page Denies Bias, But Says FBI Focussed More on Trump Than Clinton

Lots more here: https://www.theepochtimes.com/trans...timonies-provide-new-revelations_2763452.html

Regarding the Paige trip to London, remember the photographs a while back posted by Q of a man and woman walking in London? This seems to be confirmation that she and PS(?) were there on some sort of FBI biz. Future proves past.

Additionally, I saw a headline the other day that Trump is considering whether or not to use the military to build the wall..."Red Castle, Green Castle". Speculation is one thing, a headline kinda puts some meat on that theory.


I will say I need more than 4 booms.