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Cryptid Mold

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  1. Obama Released 52K Illegal Alien Kids Into the US in FY2016: Anyone remember when Jeh Johnson vowed that our borders weren’t open to illegal immigration, or when President Obama promised that anyone who recently crossed into the U.S. from Mexico wouldn't be allowed to stay? The lie detector test determined: those were lies. According to recently released data reviewed by MRCTV, the Department of Homeland released another 52,147 illegal alien kids into the United States in fiscal year 2016, averaging about 149 per day. Processed as "refugees," these children are in many cases sent to a family member who's also here illegally. A total of 5,203 kids were released in September alone, based on the numbers ORR released in August. Not only is the year-end number shocking in its size alone, it’s also nearly double the number of kids the administration released in FY2015, when 27,840 unaccompanied minors were sent to sponsors in the United States. Read More: http://www.mrctv.org/blog/obama-released-52k-illegal-alien-kids-us-fy2016
  2. Love you too Cinnamon!
  3. You've reached your 1000 member mark. Thanks for all you've done and continue to do.
  4. What an idiot he is! Another one of his many gaffes.
  5. I have always talked about the 3 main factions that want to control everything; the 3rd being the Technogeeks. What we saw today was a display or a sample of what they can and will do when they want to do it. No one can ever hope to stop them because they are millions of the very best at what they do. If the election goes bad for Trump, they will disrupt it completely. It's a warning sent to the people who need to be reminded that they will not go easily into the election night!
  6. What could be better than to use these cyber attacks as a cover for the Syrian issue? Everyone seems to be distracted from all the other major issues with all this internet shit going on. Slip right into Syria and start WW3 without the public ever being aware of it.
  7. 11 more days until the election, so time is short for something to happen beforehand. Of course, it can very well happen even after the election before obammy leaves the Whitehouse.
  8. Could just be overloaded by everyone checking.
  9. Two diet drinks a day could double the risk of diabetes, study finds: Two fizzy drinks a day could double the risk of diabetes - even if they are diet versions - a Swedish study has found. Research by the Karolinska Institute on 2,800 adults found that those who consumed at least two 200ml servings of soft drinks daily were 2.4 times as likely to suffer from a form of type 2 diabetes. Many fizzy drinks are sold in 330ml cans, meaning that one and a half cans would be enough to double the risk. Those who drank a liter of such drinks saw a 10-fold rise in their chance of suffering from the condition. The increased risks were the same regardless of whether the drinks were sugary or artificially sweetened, the research published in theEuropean Journal of Endocrinology found. Researchers said the sugary drinks may have induced insulin resistance, triggering the cases of diabetes. Read More: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/10/21/two-diet-drinks-a-day-could-double-the-risk-of-diabetes-study-fi/
  10. Twitter, facebook, mobile, TV, scanners, ham, shortwave, CB, etc... all up and running in NYC.
  11. Local scanner frequencies up and running. I think I'll keep them on for now in case something goes down.
  12. I'm not sure they could stop Ham of CB radio unless they have some way of jamming them.
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