This is highly pertinent to my recent article about Q and what is a worthy of calling a "proof".
"Constant stream of girls on that island" as young as "10 years old".
THIS IS A Q PROOF
Not red-string numerology and excessive reaching.
Q was talking about Epstein Island and widespread elite pedophilia all the way back in 2017/2018.
Q talked about a highly controversial subject that was deemed a "conspiracy theory", and now it's true.
You wanna wake up normies this is the way.
Cherfilus-McCormick, through her company Trinity Health Care Services, was awarded more than $22 million in contracts by Gov. Ron DeSantis’ administration starting the week that longtime Democratic Rep. Alcee Hastings died.
JACKSON COUNTY, N.C. —
Two former counselors at a North Carolina summer camp have been arrested after a threat involving a mass shooting at the camp, according to the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office.
Authorities said at about 10 p.m. on June 22, they began an investigation into a threat involving a mass shooting made to SOAR, a school located in Jackson County that provides summer camps, academy learning and GAP year curriculum to a variety of age groups of children and young adults.
The threats were made by two recently dismissed employees in a group text conversation using a social media platform, officials said.
F E A R ...... is winning, if youre watching the tube-
What message is being sent?
the flags . . . . . . . . . .
SAN ANTONIO – Police arrested a man who told a coworker at an Amazon delivery facility that he planned to commit a mass shooting.
Rodolfo Valdivia Aceves, 19, is charged with terroristic threat, records with the Bexar County Jail show.
Aceves worked as a subcontractor at the Amazon Delivery Station at 8210 Sous Vide Way near Brooks City Base on the city’s Southeast Side.
Police were called to the facility on Monday after a coworker reported that Aceves had made some disturbing remarks.
She told police that on Friday, a fire alarm went off at the Amazon facility and all the employees evacuated.
The agency featured a pre-print study ranking causes of death in children when it presented data to its Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) earlier this month, after which the committee voted to recommend kids aged six months through four years get vaccinated for COVID-19. The study claimed to show that COVID-19 was a leading cause of death for children in the United States during the coronavirus pandemic, but observers quickly pointed out major flaws in the data which rendered it misleading.