Nov. 3 Election End Game: The Shadows of Civil War
Two days after the Election Day fog of the “Red Mirage” all but dissipated on Thursday, American Empire’s next geriatric presidential elect still remains in doubt. But the scent of a future civil war this decade, lingers in the air.
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In seventy-three days, Donald Trump will be dismissed from the White House. Exterminators will fumigate the COVID-19 laced din of proto-fascism, and presumably, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will take control of the Resolute desk.
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