The Fate & Future of Our Republic & Democracy Worldwide Is At Stake

Thom plus logo The leadership of the House of Representatives have introduced articles of impeachment, and soon there will be a vote in the House, and then one in the Senate. With this vote, we will find out the Republican Party institutionally is endorsing American politicians using corrupt foreign governments to manipulate American elections. It's really that simple.

The world is watching the votes of Republicans in the House and Senate, and countries all over the world who have tried to emulate American democracy will be recalibrating their understanding of what democracy means, based on this. The fate and future of democracy around the world is at stake.

-Thom

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SeenBee 2 years 24 weeks ago
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Thom, a few weeks ago a caller surmised that the reason that we know about the Ukraine scandle was becasue of the war contractors. Adam Smith Admitted this on MSNBC in the following clip @4:30, not that we needed anymore evidence for who really controlls our politicians.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IZKMmbKaG8E

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