THE BCP REPORT – January 13, 2021
By X22 Report – December 18, 2020
Ep. 2357a – Confirmed, The Gov/Mayors Are Waiting For Their Payoffs
The Governors and Mayors are now trapped, they were expecting a bailout if they followed instructions in keeping their cities and town locked down, and now they are struggling. The economy continues to move forward, now that the vaccine is being distributed the fear of going out will disappear, watch what happens next.
Ep. 2357b – Senate Was The Target, Lexington, Concord, The Shot Heard Around The World
The [DS]/MSM have fallen right into the constitutional trap. Trump and the patriots are dripping out the classified information, people are learning the truth. The focus is now on the SC and it seems the SC is now compromised. Sometimes you must show the people. DS release a tweet with a pic of Trump in the oval office. On the flags there were a couple of words. Lexington and Abeyance. Message received, the shot heard around the world.
All source links to the report can be found on the x22report.com site
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Read more & video: “NATIONAL SLAVERY & HUMAN TRAFFICKING PREVENTION MONTH, 2020. A PROCLAMATION by @Donald J” (6:46)
A Swedish court has blocked prosecutors’ request for a European Arrest Warrant forcing an interview with Assange in London, and Politico reports there will be no indictment of Assange on Vault 7.
(CN) — Imprisoned WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange scored two legal victories on Monday when a Swedish court refused prosecutors’ request to have Assange arrested and extradited from Britain to Sweden, while the U.S. Justice Dept. said it would not prosecute Assange for the publication of the CIA Vault 7 files, according to a report in Politico.