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Mission Command: In Conclusion (Part IV)

    Publisher's note: This post is an installment of a multi part series on one man's perspective of the "mostly peaceful protest" at the our Nation's Capitol on January 6, 2021. Click here to access a list of the posts in this series.

      Use discernment. Keep open minds, open ears and open eyes. May God be with us, President Trump and the entire Patriot Force. God please watch over America! Let's see what approach "Judas", Uncle D and the entire crew decide to shock the world with, shall we?



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    Publisher's note: This post is an installment of a multi part series on one man's perspective of the "mostly peaceful protest" at the our Nation's Capitol on January 6, 2021. Click here to access a list of the posts in this series.


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