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TakingThePQWERBackTRUMP IAMFLYNN ⭐️⭐️⭐️ Mar 15
AGBarr Should Tell To Do There Job & He Knows Was Targeted, Railroaded & Threatened!!! What’s Wrong w/ Our Justice Department? !
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Pasquale "Pat" Scopelliti May 3
Replying to @ThyConsigliori
7) Either or both will do. But, if there is to be freedom in America, let alone to have it ring, then one of both of these things must occur...now... Either/Or Both: And/Or: By a: Due to:
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BeyondTheBanter Mar 21
Replying to @Barnes_Law
Thank Youuuu Mr Barnes
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Elmer Saunders Feb 18
"Unusual" is inadequate It's ! It's a huge measure of just what has perpetrated. But he was put into place by for exactly these purposes
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Pasquale "Pat" Scopelliti May 26
Replying to @pamaustin49
I've worked this out. The reason everyone thinks this is because most people WRONGLY think a pardon requires an admission of guilt. It doesn't! Most haven't work through this idea: due to
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Tom Kovach -- (rhymes with "watch") Apr 27
Know the news ... BEFORE it's on the news (if at all). Speaking of the phrase , don't forget to follow me and research the . It's the biggest story that you've NEVER heard of.
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Pasquale "Pat" Scopelliti Apr 30
Wrong, IF, if by a due to . In that case, a pardon does indeed negate the charges. The charges were illegal. It is the chargers who are then under the crosshairs of justice.
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Evidence-based Suki Feb 14
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Evidence-based Suki Feb 14
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