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THE PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE BLACKOUT: MAINSTREAM MEDIA SPINS THE REAL ISSUES INTO THE OUTER ABYSS

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Chuck Frank

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clubThe facilitators who led the St. Louis Presidential debate along with others who were people that had questions for the candidates, actually missed their mark by a million miles.There was no talk of what the candidates had in mind with regard to an ongoing agenda,that is:

 

  • the shredding of the U.S. Constitution and personal freedom,
  • the attack on liberty,
  • gun rights and
  • privacy issues, as well as,
  • massive intrusion through surveillance,
  • mainstream media control of the news,
  • nationalized education, (i.e. Common Core and the failings of it),
  • the internet giveaway,
  • the police state,
  • the U.N. Presence already in America,
  • FEMA camps,
  • the continuing loss of national sovereignty, and finally,
  • the danger of open borders that would combine Mexico, the U.S. and Canada into one large, but not so glorious North American Union.

    That scene would be a further expression of an already lost populace totally drenched in:

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Nancy Watson, Pres. of SAFE Food SAFE Horses Coalition, on Wild Horse & Burro Radio (Wed., 10/12/16)

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Wild_Horse_Burro_Radio_LogoJoin us on Wild Horse Wednesdays®, Oct. 12, 2016

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nancy-on-the-mallNancy Watson on the Mall in Washington D.C.

Our guest tonight is Nancy Watson, President of SAFE Food SAFE Horses Coalition, representing 1.75 million members in support of the Safeguard American Food Exports (SAFE) Act from coalition partners.  Nancy was raised in a Standardbred racing family, and immersed herself in advocating for a ban on horse slaughter after she learned that the fiscal budget had been altered to allow for USDA inspections of horse slaughter facilities in the U.S. in 2011. More

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