REALITY REPORT #31 – Tea Parties Co-opted, Mass Resignations, New Enemy of the State, Assassinating Americans, Super Bowl Conditioning

RR-31 | In Reality Report #31 Gary Franchi declares the Tea Party movement officially co-opted and provides remedial instructions on how to take it back. He also covers a strange wave of mass corporate resignations and calls for investigators to connect the dots. A New Enemy of the State is branded, the mailbag sifted, a super bowl commercial is analyzed and a music video featuring Thomas Jefferson is showcased.
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More from the Reality Report. The following came via e-mail dated the 11th of February, 2010:
There is a fire burning in Texas and the establishment is getting nervous that their house may just burn down!
Do yourself, and our nation, a favor and check out the heat being generated from the Debra Medina campaign at her official campaign website http://www.MedinaForTexas.com and then lend some support, if you can, at her grassroots website http://www.RunMedina.com
We need liberty candidates to replace the stale and corrupt politicians occupying offices across the nation… and we need Debra at the helm of Texas!
I strongly endorse her campaign and hope you take a minute and check her out: http://www.MedinaForTexas.com
For Liberty!
Gary
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