Patriots: be cautious in your interpretations of info posted. False expectations [& push] based on 'speculation' will only weaponize those who attack us [MSM].
Why does [MSM] expend resources [daily] attempting to discredit?
Do you provide the playbook to the enemy w: specific dates?
FISA INDICTMENTS = START (public_justice)
Future proves past [events unlock].
Think CEO departures.
Think FBI departures.
Think DOJ departures.
Think State departures.
Think WH departures.
Think DIA departures.
Think Pentagon departures.
Think Senate departures.
Think House departures.
Think Amb departures.
Think IG departures.
Think Judge install.
Think SC install.
Think WH install.
Think FBI install.
Think C_A install.
Think DOJ install.
Think US ATT install.
If you look you can see.
START definition: https://archive.vn/Tn8SV
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started; starting; starts
Definition of start (Entry 1 of 3)
1a: to move suddenly and violently : SPRING
//started angrily to his feet
b: to react with a sudden brief involuntary movement
//started when a shot rang out
2a: to issue with sudden force
//blood starting from the wound
b: to come into being, activity, or operation
//when does the movie start
//the rain started up again
3: to protrude or seem to protrude
//eyes starting from their sockets
4: to become loosened or forced out of place
//one of the planks has started
5a: to begin a course or journey
//started toward the door
//just starting out
b: to range from a specified initial point
//the rates start at $10
6: to begin an activity or undertaking
especially : to begin work
7: to be a participant in a game or contest
especially : to be in the starting lineup
1: to cause to leave a place of concealment : FLUSH
//start a rabbit
2archaic : STARTLE, ALARM
3: to bring up for consideration or discussion
4: to bring into being
//start a rumor
5: to cause to become loosened or displaced
6: to begin the use of
//start a fresh loaf of bread
7a: to cause to move, act, or operate
//start the motor
b: to cause to enter a game or contest
especially : to put in the starting lineup
c: to care for or train during the early stages of growth and development
//a well-started coonhound
8: to do or experience the first stages or actions of
//started studying music at the age of five
start something or less commonly start anything
: to make trouble
//always trying to start something
//don't start anything
to start with
1: at the beginning : INITIALLY
2: in any event
Definition of start (Entry 2 of 3)
1a: a sudden involuntary bodily movement or reaction
//woke with a start
b: a brief and sudden action or movement
c: a sudden capricious impulse or outburst
2: a beginning of movement, activity, or development
//a false start
3: HEAD START
4: a place of beginning
5: the act or an instance of being a competitor in a race or a member of a starting lineup in a game
//undefeated in six starts
— Current Biography