Anonymous ID: b31bcb Nov. 22, 2022, 10:57 p.m. No.17800358   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0365 >>0390 >>0401 >>0414 >>0675 >>0718

shooting at walmart and comey twat


ff coded memo like that one time we caught him ahead of event???



>>17800320 Please don't tell me this asshole is still announcing FF's on Twat…




pb notables

>>13676110 Wallmart possible connect to RUNBECK and FEDEX,


>>13676163 (ALWAYS ARCHIVE)




Someone was working with the Ballot Fuckers.


Here is CA OK'd Ballot Co's.


couple of dasting suggestions re: 2020 ballots and WalMart/FEDEX for possible digs. Need to find something like a Runbeck connection, if possible.


FEDEX founder Fred Smith is Skull and Bones. FEDEX was involved in shipping overseas votes back home for 2020 election.




The USPS (United States Postal Service) contracts all of the USPS Express mail, airmail, and overnight types of USPS services to FedEx because of the FedEx Express air logistics network which always has connecting overnight aircraft.


EvergreenAviation is contracted by theUSPSto pick-up the USPS shipments fromFedEx.Evergreen Aviation then sorts the deliveries and USPS trucks pick-up the sorted deliveries and takes them to the individual post offices.


This system offers the perfect opportunity for agovernment run package logistics cover operation.Any airport which handles USPS can therefore be used to ship secret government shipments of ANYTHING (weapons, drugs, secret equipment, tech, documents, bombs, use your darkest imagination).





all pb












Anonymous ID: b31bcb Nov. 22, 2022, 11:18 p.m. No.17800401   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0675 >>0718





Shooting at Walmart in Chesapeake, Virginia.

and old

FBI agent Peter Strzok


re: Walmart in VA



Representative Bob Goodlatte of Virginia, the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, led the combined session with House Oversight. He repeatedly prodded Strzok over his messages with former FBI lawyer Lisa Page while trying to determine if Strzok held any bias toward Trump while he investigated alleged collusion with Russia during the 2016 election as well as Hillary Clinton's private email server.


"So let's discuss a text that hits home for me," Goodlatte said.

"On August 26, 2016, you texted Ms. Page


'Just went to a Southern Virginia Walmart. I could smell the Trump support.'


And smell is in capital letters, all capital letters. What does Trump support smell like Mr. Strzok?"



Strzok said he was noting to Page the difference in "expression of political opinion" between different parts of the state.


"What I meant by that was, living in northern Virginia, having traveled the 100, 150 miles south within the same state, I was struck by the extraordinary difference in the expression of political opinion and belief amongst the community there and from where I lived," Strzok stated.


Goodlatte responded: "And you described that as 'smell' in capital letters?"


Strzok said it was a "quick choice of words."


Anonymous ID: b31bcb Nov. 22, 2022, 11:26 p.m. No.17800414   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0675 >>0718

hillary used to work for Walmart

between 1986 and 1992, as a member of Walmart's

corporate board of directors.





Senator Bernie Sanders is emailing supporters highlighting the fact that his opponent in the Democratic presidential primary, Hillary Clinton, is being supported by "enormous checks from people like

Alice Walton (yes, Wal-Mart)."

And it is true. Federal campaign finance records show that Walton, of Bentonville, Arkansas, gave Hillary Clinton's campaign $2,700, and then wrote another check, for $353,400, to the "Hillary Victory Fund


when Clinton's husband was an Arkansas politician and she was the real breadwinner in the family, she served, between 1986 and 1992, as a member of Walmart's corporate board of directors. By 2006, when Clinton was serving as a United States senator from New York, she returned a $5,000 contribution from the Walmart political action committee, explaining via an aide that she had "serious differences" with the company's practices.


Now, a decade later, with Clinton running for president, Walmart's money—or at least Alice Walton's—is acceptable anew to Clinton and to her ostensibly independent victory fund.





tons of old hillary walmart articles clinton worked for walmart&rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS940US940&oq=hillary clinton worked for walmart&aqs=chrome..69i57.6616j1j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8