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COVID, COURTS, CIVIL UNREST, PANIC, FEAR AND FORECLOSURES = A COMBINATION FOR DELAY; UPDATE!

(BREAKING NEWS – OP-ED) — The author of this post brings you this not-so-humble opinion without the slightest intent of giving you legal advice.  The system has it all set up to favor the attorneys for that purpose, so that’s where you get legal advice.  On this blog, you get news, opinions and suggestive commentary and education, which is perfectly legal because freedom of speech … as I believe we still have freedom of speech … exists in a forum of expression as we know it. 

UPDATE: 

Regarding foreclosure potential … 

Remember Plan B?  Home prices are taking off, upwards, up 4.8% in May (from last year).  Much of this is due to two things: (a.) the low interest rates being offered home buyers, even in this “false flag pandemic attack”; and (b.) low inventory.  This means that home prices could stay “up” as long as the stimulus packages keep coming.  According to Black Knight Financial Services (who likes to make up shit documents catering to foreclosures and monitor its brouhaha and later brag about it), 4.1-million forbearance agreements have been inked.  This means homeowners will still have to pay all the back payments at some point in time.  With the economy still in the tank (somewhat), it’s highly likely that foreclosures will skyrocket towards the end of the year when this “thing” subsides.

I’m saying this because NOW is a great time to sell your home and scale down.  Move to the country.  Start a home-based business.  Move family in with you if possible and share in the savings.  There are a lot of things that can be said for creating a Plan B, instead of being stubborn about staying put.  If you’re seeing any kind of equity in your home, now might be a great time to cash it out and scale down to something more affordable.

I remember moving out of a bad situation in San Antonio, where I was facing a huge increase in my mortgage payments and I sold the house the day before the new rate kicked in. I moved to the country and ended up mortgage-free. Yes, I had to scale down.  It was a learning curve.  Some lessons were good, others not so much.  But my key point here is that this can be accomplished if you just put some effort into creating a Plan B and then ACTING ON IT!  While the moratoriums are in place is the time to start rethinking your financial strategies for the future, especially in lieu of potential anarchist behaviors (and not just in the major cities).

Regarding civil unrest … 

Two areas of particular interest to AVOID moving to … Minneapolis and Seattle.  Both are run by Democratic mayors.  President Trump just told Minnesota’s Governor (Tim Walz) to go piss up a drainpipe (Walz wanted $500-million from the federal government to repair the damage caused by rioters).  No federal funding for you sir! You sat idly by while Minneapolis burned, as did Minneapolis’s mayor.  You get no funding.  Why should we reward your bad behavior for failing to act in a time when your community needed you?

The same goes for Seattle, whose city council seems to think that cutting its police department budget to zero now will send a message.  It will alright.  1,100 police officers are going to lose their jobs.  Some officers will be transferred.  Analysts say that the major crimes unit (assault, murder, rape) will become virtually non-existent.  Is this a place you’d want to live in?  I look for a mass exodus from both locales.  Soon, we’ll have Democratic sanctuary cities which will have to self-fund and repair their own messes created by gangs, bands of thieves and repeat criminal offenders.  No police means no security.  Add the COVID panic created by the respective state and federal governments (I wonder when the new vaccine will come out and how many Democrats will rush to get it), and you have more political polarization afoot.

No police means increased crime and the federal government will respond only if asked.  Just ask the hierarchy in Kansas City, Missouri. 100 federal agents are moving into the area to arrest repeat offenders and help lower the crime rate.  Kansas City’s Mayor had to ask the Governor to ask the feds for help.  That’s how the system works.  As much as I used to work in media in Kansas City and lived in that area for many years, I’ve got a lot of reservations about ever moving there again.  Like Minneapolis, the riots were bad there too.

For those of you who haven’t heard the new Trump campaign commercial … it really drives home a point about police response (“Your estimated wait time is 5 days.”). I am not saying we can’t recover from this pandemic. But once the evil genie is out of the bottle, it’s hard to stop him from creating mayhem.  If you’re not in a “safe area” now, understand what future repercussions may occur (higher taxes to pay for the residual fallout from neglect) and why it may be best to rethink just how safe you really are.  I’m still a big fan of acreage in the country with a house parked in the middle of it.  It’s not a move to escape from reality.  It’s a way to grow food and survive.

END OF UPDATE!

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT EXTENDS MORATORIUMS DUE TO COVID

The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) has extended moratoriums on foreclosures and evictions until at least August 31, 2020.  If you have a mortgage that is backed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, rest assured that single-family homeowners got a reprieve, at least temporarily. Roughly 2-million homeowners are affected by this extended moratorium. You can go do a loan look-up on the Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac websites to see whether this applies to you.  I would think by now, you’d know that, especially because you read this blog. You can anticipate that the moratoriums on the federal level will probably continue to be extended as long as we’re in the middle of a perceived pandemic.

STATE GOVERNMENT MORATORIUMS … NOW THAT’S ANOTHER STORY ALTOGETHER

Virginia’s moratoriums ended in May and eviction hearings have resumed. Some 3,000 people are facing being kicked to the curb, mostly for nonpayment of rent. Landlords are reportedly filing lawsuits to overturn the states’ moratoriums, all the while sending tenants threatening letters and text messages demanding rent in lieu of locking the tenants out of their homes. The Low-Income Housing Coalition published a partial list below:

In the following states, the courts have suspended evictions: California (indefinite on evictions), Connecticut, Delaware, Kentucky, Minnesota and Pennsylvania.

In the following states, the governors have suspended evictions and foreclosures: Florida, Indiana, Maryland, New York, New Jersey and Washington State.

In the following states, the legislatures enacted (or are enacting) laws to suspend evictions and foreclosures: Massachusetts and New Jersey (for an indefinite period of time in New Jersey, due to the COVID pandemic).

You should probably check with your individual state’s websites (I’m not going to do all the work for you) to see what moratoriums are in effect and for what purpose and for how long, especially if you’re delinquent in paying either your mortgage or your rent.

In non-judicial states, the banks don’t need the court’s permission to conduct a non-judicial foreclosure; however, where the governors have imposed moratoriums, the banks simply cannot act outside of that mandate.

All of this is because of COVID-19, stay at home orders, lockdowns and loss of income.

Many foreclosure courts have suspended or limited (to Zoom conferences) foreclosure and eviction proceedings because of COVID. Check with your local court to see whether it’s open for business or is conducting emergency petitions as needed.

There are certain states that are definitely NOT homeowner/borrower friendly, where it will be extremely difficult (if not impossible) to get a case fairly decided upon in  the lower court systems without having to resort to the appeals process … my picks are (1) Maryland; (2) Minnesota; (3) Michigan; (4) California; and (5) Washington State.  These are the worst in my opinion, given current case law.  The states that actually have judges who can get past their biases and get to the truth of the matter, or in the alternative, make getting an appellate reversal possible include (my picks): (1) New Mexico; (2) Maine; (3) Tennessee; (4) Florida; and (5) New York (especially in the boroughs). Most of my picks are based on how the courts treat the MERS System® and securitization.  Moreso, it’s about how one approaches the courts and how much attention is paid to their Rules of Civil Procedure and Rules of Evidence. When the judicial prejudices creep in … and you’re not smart enough to object to these prejudices as they apply to civil procedure or evidence, you end up getting screwed with no chance of appeal (all the legal doors are closed) … at least, that’s what the courts want you to think.

In my book, the States that have the MOST corrupt judges are (my picks): (1) Alabama; (2) Georgia; (3) New Jersey; (4) Colorado; and (5) California.  I ranked Alabama first because of its staunch prejudices. Georgia was ranked second because of its history (debtors’ prisons).  New Jersey was ranked third because of several cases I’ve been involved with that should have gone in favor of the homeowner but even in light of the Kemp decision, judges there are all pro-bank … and there’s no getting around that stigma. In Colorado, judges there can get you killed without any remorse from them or political blowback on them.  I base that on the several cases, including the death of Martin Wirth, which seemingly never got justice because the homeowners got boo-f00ed in the Rule 120 courts.

Add COVID-19 to the mix … given the fact that 99% of all government-paid employees … and that includes judges … believe everything their government tells them, even if it has no scientific basis in fact.

NOW THAT WE’VE COVERED COVID AND THE COURTS … LET’S TALK ABOUT CIVIL UNREST

The Mayor of Atlanta (who is of African-American descent … shit … you mean if I’m not politically correct, I’m screwed?) has urged her city’s residents to stop the violence.  21 people were shot overnight, including an 8-year-old girl who was a passenger in a car.  None of the shootings involved police officers, but rather what appears to be black-on-black crime.  How can you even think the BLM movement can sustain its credibility when shit like this is perpetuated?  I see her point.  BLM made their point.  Everything else past that is nothing more than hate crimes against society.  If the anarchists want Civil War (even on a limited basis), those cities run by Democrat mayors are breeding grounds for it because police response has been limited and no one is calling for federal help to stop the violent behavior.  Those in the major cities are probably stocking up on whatever guns and ammunition they can get their hands on and frankly, I don’t blame them.  They see what I see as a potential for spread of the violent behaviors to the suburbs and even the urban and rural areas as anarchists unite to spread their agenda, which rests on NO law and order.

The real problem with BLM is they’ve allowed (collectively) the anarchist movement to infiltrate their ranks and change their “direction”, which had … and is still having … a diametrically opposed negative effect.  It’s driving prejudices deeper underground and making people more “aware”.  It’s enough to be scared of getting COVID, which most have little understanding of it.  But then compounding that with unrest extrapolates that fear mongering into perceived action (uptick in gun and ammo sales).

For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.  If the sheriffs can’t grow a pair, the citizens will do it for them by taking matters into their own hands, vigilantism or not.

I was shocked to learn (earlier last month) that the Austin Police Department Headquarters (at I-35 and 8th Street, Downtown Austin), which I visited a time or two as a news reporter-news anchor for KLBJ (the station Pres. Lyndon Johnson used to own), was destroyed by rioters.  Knowing what I know about APD, I’m still in shock and surprised that this was allowed to happen.  It’s no wonder Governor Greg Abbott (who rules the Executive Branch from a wheelchair) is under fire for not doing enough in some areas while doing too much in other areas.  He didn’t do more to stop the violence in his own state capitol.  But then again, Austin’s “Keep Austin Weird” slogan speaks volumes when it comes to indifference.

Civil unrest can be predicated on civil disobedience.  Civil disobedience basically means ignoring government mandates in protest.  The right to assemble is protected by the U.S. Constitution. The right to riot, burn down buildings and shoot people is not protected.  Folks are still blaming President Trump for not doing enough; however, the 10th Amendment clearly reserves those powers not vested with the federal government to be reserved solely for the states themselves. If you’re going to blame anyone, look at your own town Mayor and commission first, then your state reps, then your Governor.  This is where the blame lies on the state level … first.  Not with the President.  Mr. Trump is doing exactly what he’s supposed to be doing … running the executive branch of the United States Government as promulgated under Article 1 of the U. S. Constitution.  You may not like the way he does things.  He’s a CEO remember?  He’s not a politician.  But like politicians, he plays favorites. What politician hasn’t, especially if there’s under-the-table sex involved?

Civil unrest is further precipitated because Americans (a majority of them, you decide if you’re one of them) are quick to place blame on everyone but themselves.  Given what is going on in Atlanta and the fact that 1,000 National Guard troops have been called out there, the BLM movement’s credibility is tanking.  Not only that, the systemic violence has further driven prejudice deeper into the souls of most of the citizenry.  The way I’m starting to see things (and you can disagree if you like), anyone who talks about their rights being infringed upon or oppressed because of their race … is espousing racism.  Anyone who feels as if they’re entitled to free shit because of their race (they got a bad break) espouses racism.  Anyone who thinks they’re more “privileged” than their fellow man because of skin color espouses racism.  Civil unrest and the propensity for it is exacerbated by racist behavior.  Racist behavior begats violence.  Racist behaviors are learned.  They do not occur in the natural state of things. They are taught.  White supremacists teach their kids to love the “white race” and that they are the only race that matters.  Kind of like Hitler.  That’s where the anti-fascist movement came in because every action brings an equal and opposite reaction.  With Congress polarizing America with its inept behaviors, it’s no wonder the “trickle down effect” has brought with it a different, diametrically opposed outcome.

We all have to sit back and examine where we learned these behaviors and why we were taught these behaviors.  I remember my own father taking offense to an activist who was invited into his church in order to survey the congregation to see how many “white folk” would sit down to dinner with a black person.  THIS is how these types of behaviors are engrained into society (and this was back in the late 60’s).  My dad worked with black people in his office (corporate America) and he respected them for what they stood for and knew they had the same opportunities as everyone else to succeed.

But NO!  We’d rather have a pity party and rant about how we were (and are) being oppressed.  Yet, admittedly, certain public figures of African-American descent have outspokenly told their kids how to react when stopped by the police. Now why on earth would they do that?  What precipitated the thought process that cops weren’t human?  Could it be that society gave a gun and a badge to citizens who didn’t (and shouldn’t) deserve one?  One of the most dangerous precepts of a civilized society is to let someone with severely-repressed racial attitudes play God in a squad car with someone else’s life.  We know that behaviors are learned.  Now we have to restructure what we’ve created, take out all the “bad apples” and move forward.

AS TO THE PANIC AND FEAR … 

These two processes drive stupidity.  Panic is what happens when you are not comfortable with the situation you’re in and if something went wrong, you couldn’t cope.  Fear is what it is … False Evidence Appearing Real.  Panic is the precursor to fear because the person displaying the mindset overcome with panic will allow fear to creep in based on the perception of what he sees and hears around him.  Assumptions can get you killed … as much as they can make you a perpetrator.  False beliefs not corrected will jeopardize a civilized society because people aren’t thinking rationally because they’re being “programmed” by what they see and hear on TV (mostly).  This is why cop shows and violence-filled sitcoms are more popular because people are being “conditioned” and “desensitized” to what is really happening in the real world. This is how governments take advantage of their citizens.

FORECLOSURES … SAVING THE BEST FOR LAST … 

While foreclosures are no laughing matter, being in denial that they could occur in one’s life is fundamentally bad for society, especially in communities where they are randomly prevalent.  Knowing your financial position in life should be your first priority because it is how you are able to develop a Plan B.  As much encouragement as I can muster here, nothing can compensate the loss of a home, especially if it has a lot of equity in it.  This offers you (if you’re in that position) a unique opportunity to get yourself upright and mortgage free!

A reader of my blog called me one day to ask about fighting a foreclosure on her rental property.  I asked her to weigh the possibilities based on the facts.  She had $150,000 in equity in the home and it was rented.  It’s just that with COVID, her renters weren’t making the payments, so the renters decided to vacate at the end of the month.  I asked her to evaluate the stress that would be added to the equation if she were to compare the monthly rent versus the amount spent in litigation trying to save that monthly rent. We both came to the conclusion that while the market was short of inventory, NOW would be the time to sell the property, pay off the note (and stop arguing whether the lender screwed you or not), save the stress, take the equity … and find a place in the country where you can park that equity and live within your means or at best, mortgage free.

People get frustrated examining situations like this because there are options to litigation but they won’t entertain them, even if it means simply staying put in your home (that’s going to be foreclosed on) while trying to make a Plan B work. Nope. That’s their home and they’re staying put until the sheriff kicks them to the curb.  That’s the opposite of why I started this blog in the first place.  If you had 10 rental properties that were all going to be foreclosed on, but they could bring you a net equity of $25,000 each … sell them, take the $250,000 out of the deal and restructure your life with it.  The Chapter 11 case in Tampa that I wrote about on this blog in earlier posts, where 52 properties were put into the BK and a fourth of them had their liens disallowed by the court and they did cram downs on the rest of them and got an angel to buy the paper on the remaining properties and refinance them all at a lower rate cost $160,000 to complete.  You can only do this if you have the reserves.  It’s a great Plan B and the judge loved it!  It was the chief judge too!

But seriously, how many people have 52 houses to put into a Chapter 11?   You have to scale down those factors and figure your litigation costs, whether you’re going to answer pleadings pro se … plan on how much time you need to “re-group” … and execute on your plans.  The bank doesn’t have to win the way they think they should. You can win by flushing your equity out ahead of time, scaling down … and restructuring your life.

With COVID-19 and the courts being stymied, you do have time to act.  However, this “pandemic” isn’t going to last forever and at some point, you will have to face the music.  How you deal with it is what makes you a winner or a loser.

As a parting thought … DON’T TAKE A VACCINE THAT YOU DON”T KNOW WHAT’S IN IT!  They’re looking for “test subjects” now and I’m not sure they’re paying. Not a good plan if you intend on enjoying any plausible future, eh?

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TEXAS GOVERNOR UNDER FIRE FOR CLOSING NIGHT CLUBS … AND OTHER STUFF, INCLUDING FORECLOSURE NEWS!

(BREAKING NEWS – OP-ED) — I’m including the latest breaking news, including foreclosure-related cases, for your review and rumination. 

News from the Lone Star State …

And the misinformation and disinformation continues, despite Texas’s Lt. Governor Dan Patrick telling Dr. Anthony “Flip-Flop” Fauci to shove it on FOX News.  See the video interview with Laura Ingraham HERE!   After seeing the number of patents Fauci has and will benefit from, you can certainly see my disdain in giving him a nickname, since he seems to be the “giant zit” on the rectum of all of the fecal disinformation that got everyone at each other’s throats (someone hand me another piece of ass-wipe … I seem to be out … everyone’s beat me to the supplies again).

The Texas Bar and Night Club Alliance filed a class action lawsuit, the second suit filed this week against Texas Governor Greg Abbott, for taking discriminatory actions against night clubs, claiming they’re hot spots for COVID-19.  The suit asks for $10,000,000 in damages and states that Abbott should have given the bars more than 24 hours notice before ordering them shut down, which was not the case this time and the lawsuit maintains that Abbott is abusing his emergency powers “without proper legal notice.”   The bar industry in Texas alone employs over 800,000 workers.  Florida’s clubs have also been shuttered unless they serve food more than 50% of the time.  In both states, salons and spas have been allowed to reopen, where bar owners claim the social distancing rules go right out the window because the salon stylists are touching the hair, scalp and face of the clients, regardless of whether they’re wearing a mask or not.

News from the Pot-Smoking, Open Carry, Gun-Toting State … 

Meanwhile, in Colorado, one restaurant owner defied her state’s lockdown orders, keeping her restaurant (which serves alcohol) open and fully running.  Lauren and Jayson Boebert kept Shooter’s Grill open despite a sheriff’s cease and desist order.  This isn’t an ordinary bar and restaurant either. It’s located in Rifle, Colorado:  CLICK HERE TO GET YOUR MIND BLOWN! 

The significant thing about the owner, Lauren Boebert (a Florida native), is that she just defeated a five-time GOP U.S. Congressman (incumbent) in the 3rd U.S. Congressional Primary in Colorado … CLICK HERE FOR THE VIDEO!  The 33-year-old restauranteur and mother of 4 faces off against Democratic challenger Diane Mitsch Bush in the November general election.  It never ceases to amaze me how the mindset of America is changing more in favor of not only protectionist as to a country, but protectionist as to its people.  Well … if you don’t know your rights, you don’t have any.

Just in case you missed it … 

For those who missed Friday night’s broadcast with Dr. Judy Mikovits on City Spotlight – Special Edition … you can listen to the broadcasts (both of them) under the Show Archives (under the FES Banner) for FREE, on the CloudedTitles.com website! You can’t make for a great argument against Flip-Flop Fauci without knowing the science!

In other related QAnon-type news … 

On yet even another note … this is a 45-minute video you might want to partake in if you have a bit more time: WATCH HERE! (It’s still on YouTube! WOW! … I got this video from one of my old school chums who’s an attorney in California!).  

Meanwhile, have you noticed that Bill Gates has been quiet of late and they just arrested Jeffrey Epstein (who didn’t hang himself)’s sidekick, Ghislane Maxwell?  Are we draining the swamp or what?  1, 2, 3, 4, 5 … senses working overtime!  (thought you might like to take a break from the “heavy” in favor of some happy music)

In foreclosure-related news … you’re going to love this case! 

In this instance, the alleged REMIC trust, which is nothing more than a glorified administrator for a cesspool of defaulted loans (and not really a REMIC), got its butt kicked in the Maine Supreme Judicial Court.  Read the case here: Wilmington Trust NA v Berry, 2020 ME 95 (July 2, 2020)

This is why you have to be sharp forensically, especially when it comes to the Rules of Evidence.

Let’s move up to the federal level, with another FDCPA “published” win for the homeowners! 

In this case, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau even got involved, submitting an amicus brief in a state whose courts just hate whiny homeowners.  Read the case here: Bender v Elmore & Throop, PC, 4th App Cir No 19-1325 (July 2, 2020)

And this is why we have Courts of Appeals … because U.S. District Court judges always seem to be pro-bank, pro-debt collection agency, pro-whatever as long as they get to play God for 15 minutes. Patience is more than a virtue, especially when it comes to an FDCPA claim.

And when both the lower court and court of appeals seem to play “pin the tail on the donkey” with your rear end, there’s always hope in the Supremes! 

And for yet another whammy involving Rules of Evidence, the hearsay rule and why it’s sometimes necessary to take the matter all the way up to a state Supreme Court, check out this case: Jackson et al v HFC III et al, Sup Ct Fla No SC18-357 (July 2, 2020)

And in my final stab at First Amendment freedoms … see the latest case where a high school went after a cheerleader-reject after she wrote “Fuck Cheer” on a Snapchat post … (hint, hint … the cheerleader won … go team!).  The amazing thing is this case was precedent setting …

B.L., a minor vs. Mahanoy Area School Dist, 3rd App Circuit No 19-1842 (June 30, 2020)_Precedential

But for all the headaches and legal expenses incurred by mommy and daddy, I would think it’s better to control one’s emotions, especially on social media, unless you’ve got a big bank account and a serious axe to grind.

So much for a bit of light reading, eh?

Happy 4th.  Stay safe.

Celebrate your freedom … while you still can!

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IF YOUR DOCTOR WON’T TAKE THE NEW VACCINE, WHY SHOULD YOU?

(BREAKING NEWS – OP-ED) — The author of this post is relaying further information about the corona-crisis and some of the doctors he knows opinions on it. The opinions expressed are that of the author’s and in no way reflects the dispensation of any legal or medical advice. 

The supposedly “new and improved”, “latest and greatest” … whatever … vaccine … is months away from release to the consuming (and unsuspecting public).  Most of America has already succumbed to political polarization, given the elections are just a few months away.  Then we had “movements” across America.  What the coronavirus has to do with burning down a Wendy’s restaurant is beyond me, but I didn’t see a whole lot of social distancing going on.

So I decided to ask my primary physician, my chiropractor and my urologist whether or not they would accept getting the new vaccine when it becomes available and all answered “Absolutely not!”   Why is that, I wondered?

Hmmm … let’s see … no peer review.  No real substantive drug trials.  No double blind studies (hmmm … sounds like Fauci’s spew over hydroxychloroquine). Oh, wait!  Fauci’s patents don’t cover the tried and true stuff, so let’s just demonize that out of everyones’ minds, shall we?

Just because the vaccine might not immediately affect you doesn’t mean what’s in it won’t make you a ticking time bomb.  You have no idea what’s in it.   It could be Cherry Kool-Aid for all you know.  Hell, most of America is drinking enough of it to last me a lifetime.

Given my conversations with Dr. Judy Mikovits, whose interviews appear on my CloudedTitles.com website (under the show archives on the front page under the FES logo), there is some really shady shit going on in the upper levels of government.  This is one of the reasons I agree with my doctors about NOT taking the vaccine.  This is why I bought Mikovits’ book and read it cover to cover.  It would even appear that more and more doctors are coming forward and agreeing with Dr. Mikovits about her findings and opinions on the perils of taking the vaccine.

Of late, people have been publicly condemning those who won’t wear masks in social media and even in public places.  When it comes to the vaccine, we’re going to be told that we’re unAmerican if we don’t take the vaccine because we could be doing our part to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

About that vaccine …

You get a vaccine.  Presumably, the vaccine contains a little strain of whatever the intended recipient’s immune system is supposed to attack and fight off so your system is immune to any future infection caused by that same strain. If you got a flu shot, you might have come down with a mild case of the flu.  Some people have died as the result of getting a flu shot.  There is a heightened risk of injury or death taking this particular vaccine because it doesn’t contain a strain of anything that might be currently affecting your health (like Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder, Congestive Heart Failure, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, autism, diabetes or cancer (of any kind).  It contains no preventative for coronavirus.  It contains a modified strain of the coronavirus!

What this new vaccine contains is a “boogey man”.

It contains strains of retroviruses cultured in mouse brains and/or aborted fetal tissue.  These retroviruses don’t give you a cold or a flu.  They hide in your system and wait for the first event to come along where your immune system is compromised, then the boogey man jumps out of the closet and attacks your system from the inside out.  It causes your immune system to implode, which will exacerbate every other serious medical condition you’re currently living with.  If your immune system is already compromised when you get the vaccine, it’s party time in your innards!  You might not last 24-48 hours before succumbing to the little bastard. All courtesy of Uncle Sam and your tax dollars!  Picture Dr. Anthony Fauci wearing Uncle Sam’s beard and top hat because he’s going to make billions off of his vaccine patents at your expense and there’s not a damned thing you can do about it!

And the worst part is … the vaccine companies are NOT liable for your injuries or the death of you or your loved ones.  The government and the taxpayers are on the hook for it!  How will the government be able to skew the numbers when people are dropping like flies?  Did they all die of COVID-19 like the current numbers are tainted to look like?  Nope.  They will have succumbed to their previously-existing medical conditions, all rolled out onto the red carpet for them by … you guessed it … the retroviruses they injected you with.

And all the people (the sheep) who think that social distancing and wearing masks is the only way to survive this so-called “culling pandemic” is to run to the nearest dispensary and get the vaccine.  I can’t wait to see the numbers of deaths spike then.

If you’re facing foreclosure, God forbid you take the vaccine and you die.  It makes it so easy for the bank to steal your house (with the help of Fauci, the CDC, the NIH and the rest of the soothsayers in Deep State).  You can’t fight the foreclosure case if you’re dead.

So, to keep this brief … the next time you have a chance to ask your doctor about whether or not they’re going to let some government goon administer this new vaccine to them (listen to the broadcasts and do your homework before talking to your doctor about it), please be informed in case the doctor wonders why you’d ask such a question.

This Vaccine and the Upcoming Election

The more of America that wakes up before the election, the better off we’ll all be.  We need to realize what our Constitutional rights are, not only to be safe from personal harm but in regards to what our states’ rights are under the 10th Amendment.  President Trump technically is only responsible for enforcing federal law.  He cannot tell the states what to do (only recommend). He is NOT directly responsible for tanking the economy.  The states acted the way they saw fit.  Now it becomes closer to home. Remember how healthy the economy was before all this mess got started and remember who got us to that point.  What basis did the states lock everything down and tank the economy?  What scientific basis in fact did they provide for the states to rely on to shut everything down?

With no scientific basis in fact, we all point fingers at the federal medical hierarchy and the media for instilling fear mongering.  We’ve all played primarily in the digital realm, using whatever credit cards we have in our possession (or debit cards) to survive.  It won’t be any fun if someone in the government comes up with the brainstorm that it would be a great time to morph into a cashless society, wouldn’t it.  Great!  Just what we need!  More stress and panic because now we’re limited as to our movements and having to have every dollar we spend fully accounted for in some government database.  So much for privacy, eh?

Now’s a great time to defund and/or abolish all of our police departments, right?  Whoever came up with that solution will obviously take the vaccine.  I’ll bet you if I took a poll, no one that I know would be in favor of a reduction in public safety.  Doing away with the police means you’re on your own.  You get to defend yourself when “they” (gangs of hoodlums, Antifa, whatever) come to kick your door in or set your house on fire.  Life, liberty and property give way to anarchy.

If we do not correct the path this country is on NOW, we may just be facing another Civil War.  And this time, history will repeat itself times ten.  600,000 people died in the first Civil War (x 10 = 6,000,000).  The numbers will be worse because: (a.) we have a much larger population than we did back then; and (b.) we have more God-fearing, gun toting citizens with more technologically advanced weapons than we did back then (no more loading musket balls and black powder).

Couple that with the insolent behaviors of the polarized and the fear factor initiated by the government causing heightened stress … and you have a catalyst for a major societal upheaval.

To support what I’ve just said, here’s some background on the uptick in gun sales!

Ponder this (and wonder if another Civil War could become a reality).  What do you think will happen (besides White Flight) when the economy tanks so bad that the “have nots” will seek out and take (by force if necessary) from the “haves”?

NOT taking the vaccine is just the start of things to come. I don’t need to subscribe to QAnon to read the writing on the wall. What we already know about a vaccine that could potentially kill us is enough of a warning sign. I’d be asking the question, “If you give me this vaccine, is there a risk I could die from it?”  If they can’t answer your question in the affirmative, that’s as good enough of an excuse to say, “No thanks.”

 

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AMERICAN FORECLOSURES … DIVIDED WE FALL

(OP-ED) — The author of this post puts forward this information for the purposes of education and enlightenment and not for the purposes of rendering legal advice. 

THE MORATORIUMS ARE GOING AWAY SOON

If you’re a homeowner who has been affected by the coronavirus to the point of losing a paycheck and not being able to make your mortgage payments, you’ve probably been living off your credit cards during this “lockdown”.  The anticipation that you’re going to start hearing from your mortgage loan servicers (if you haven’t already) is growing to the point of panic and anxiety knowing that you’ve been given a reprieve for so long but that point in time is coming to an end and you’re going to have to face the music.

I for one do not believe that the 2-month lockdown warrants the same type of foreclosure activity that took place between 2009-2014 as a result of the 2008 financial crisis, despite the fact that the nation’s economy has suffered a serious upset by the pandemic.  The difference between what happened in March and what happened in 2008 was that the secondary markets were quietly imploding and didn’t hit us until the actual collapse of Bear-Stearns and Lehman Brothers started a tidal wave of Chapter 11 filings in the subprime lending markets.  We saw this one developing and began to prepare (for some, like me, you saw it coming in February and started accumulating whatever cash and supplies you needed), which included but was not limited to, hoarding toilet paper and hand sanitizer.  The fact the pandemic was hidden from most Americans for better than two weeks only shortened our preparation time.

Many Americans ignored the warnings of the viral component’s ability to spread … hence, Spring Break.  This was only one of the catalysts.  Two separate cruise ships on both coasts (San Francisco and Miami) were already affecting dozens of passengers, one of which I knew from a non-profit organization that she and I were both a part of.  She was dead upon arrival into the Port of Miami.  When it’s someone you know, it hits home rather quickly, sometimes too close to home.  But at least we knew the ships (full of sick and dying) were headed straight at us.  We at least had time to prepare and mobilize our resources.  This isn’t something that was intended to cripple our morality.  The virus seemed intentionally let loose to cripple our economy and thus, our modes of survival.

POLITICS ASIDE?  NOT!

This entire crisis has been manipulated by the medical community, including but not limited to, the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Dr. Anthony Fauci, the President’s adviser.  Be mindful of the fact that Dr. Fauci (who I equate to Dr. Josef Mengele of Nazi fame) has served previous administrations, both Republican and Democrat (before you start raring up your emotions at little old Libertarian me for daring to question what’s really going on here).

Both the Republican and Democrats have taken advantage of this crisis.  Both sides of the aisle debated and passed legislation to benefit their own constituents.  Both sides of the aisle debated and passed legislation to benefit Wall Street.  Both sides of the aisle debated and passed legislation that gave most of us (but not all) some sort of stipend (dole) as a means of attempting to support those who the government considers “law-abiding taxpayers”.  Both sides of the aisle used the pandemic as a means of either gaining political control or upending the other side’s political control.  Don’t you just hate it when that happens?  And over 100,000 people are dead in America just so both sides can point fingers at each other with accusatory tones.  But also remember, Fauci has told this President (as well as past Presidents) what might happen with the pandemic and what protocols should be followed, whether the protocols (or the informational data used to formulate those protocols) was accurate or not.

Both sides of the aisle have not come up with a remedy (other than a moratorium on government-backed GSE foreclosures) to stop the tsunami of foreclosures that we could have faced if the moratoriums were not extended by the State’s governors to include all mortgage loans, which included evictions.  Now we’re faced with our own set of politics … a national network of mortgage loan servicers, collectively using “the system” to play out unfortunate scenarios against afflicted Americans who still haven’t formulated a PLAN B as to how they intend on dealing with the aftermath of this “planned economic strike” against America.  Everyone of course is pointing a finger at the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and blaming that entity for our troubles when in fact, the troubles were seriously exacerbated by our very own government in the way it doled out the money.  Again, the trickle down effect impressed not one taxpayer to the point that they thought someone did them a serious favor.

In other words, how long did that $1,200 check last each person already financially affected by the loss of employment.  When the moratorium gets lifted, those who are still struggling could become the first casualties of the second foreclosure epidemic.  I don’t consider any of this at all funny.  In fact, it’s disgusting that America has allowed itself to become embroiled in public debate over police brutality vis a vis the media, who hates Trump and wants your country to be turned into a socialistic state. The media has become so left-liberal it’s sickening.  You can’t turn on any channel and get the truth because politics has (and is) playing itself out at every turn of events.

DEFUNDING POLICE DEPARTMENTS?  DOES YOUR PERSONAL SAFETY MATTER?

Both George Floyd and Rayshard Brooks had much in common.  Both were black.  Both were convicted felons.  Both served time in prison.  Both were in the wrong place at the wrong time.  Both allegedly were involved in the commission of a crime (Floyd for passing a counterfeit $20 and Brooks for being intoxicated at the wheel of a running motor vehicle) for which they were placed under arrest.  Both died at the hands of police officers who were white.  Both were exemplified as poster children by the left and the media.  Both gave anarchists impetus to riot and commit destructive acts.

Now that you see the facts, do the cops need sensitivity training or does the public need sensitivity training?  After all, a young, white woman was captured on video burning down the Atlanta Wendy’s restaurant where Brooks was fatally shot during the riots that followed.  While it is relatively easy for white people to all of a sudden think a black person set fire to the restaurant, the video shows otherwise.  The video shows that there are people with no morals living among us that are out to prove a point … that anarchy is acceptable as a means of protest … even if it involves arson, which is a felony.  The other part of the problem, which my wife was quick to point out over coffee this morning, was that folks stood by videoing the act with their cameras so they could post it on social media because everyone is into sensationalism now.  So, does committing a crime for the purposes of sensationalism make it okay?  Why didn’t the people doing the video taping with their cameras stop the woman from burning down the Wendy’s?   Where did our morals go?   And the left want to defund police departments over the acts of bad actors?  I think not.

The U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights provide for the general welfare and safety of ALL Americans, not just the Black Lives Matter folks.  The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution grants ALL of us a certain number of freedoms (self-expression and the right to assemble peaceably).  However, your liberty and freedoms ends where another person’s liberty and freedom begins.  When you violate the Constitution by committing a crime outside of the boundaries of what the Amendments are designed to protect, then the system has measures in place to deal with the offender.  The system did not afford those protections to Floyd and Brooks because of the actions of a few white officers.  Whether they will be granted immunity is anyone’s guess.  According to a friend of mine in Texas (who is a police officer), there are some who you cannot give a gun and a badge to because they’re more dangerous than those they were sworn to protect.

Many police departments are not funded well enough.  As my co-host on City Spotlight – Special Edition (on kdwradio.com), R. J. Malloy stated, “This isn’t Andy of Mayberry.”  There isn’t an issue over the fact Deputy Barney Fife only had one bullet in his gun, other than for his own well-being in not shooting himself in the foot. The issue is what protection Sheriff Andy or Barney Fife could (or would) do in the event the citizens of Mayberry’s personal protections were in jeopardy.  What police departments don’t need is tanks and military style Humvees.  What police departments do need is officers who are equipped with the means to protect and serve those citizens they were hired to protect and serve.  Anything short of that would represent a disservice to their respective communities, sensitivity training or not.

And here I thought the parental saying (from way back when) of, “Two wrongs don’t make a right” still applied to today’s community standards.  When the police can’t respond, or refuse to respond (as what is happening in Atlanta right now), sometimes referred to as the “Blue Flu” (officers calling in sick as a means of protest), then the level of personal protections afforded under the Constitution are eroded.  This gives way to those without moral scruples to commit further acts of violence.  I sometimes believe these people do these heinous things because they have a bone to pick with authority.  I think it would be best that police would be stripped of their qualified immunity from prosecution if they went “past the point of no return” once the person arrested was restrained or incapacitated, armed or not.  In Brooks’ case, the cop was videotaped kicking Brooks after putting two slugs in his back and was quoted as saying, “I got him!”   What’s that’s supposed to mean coming from a white cop with a bald head (skinhead)?

Despite the fact we can all agree that prejudice has no place in a decent, moral society, it still exists and is being driven deeper and deeper into the hearts and minds of those who feel they are being oppressed.  That includes those who feel that they’re being deprived of their Constitutional guarantees to safety and security.  Police officers should be held to a higher standard, especially when it comes to those they swore an oath to protect and serve, despite the color of their skin.  The bigger problem here is that with society melding into multiculturalism, it will soon devolve.  I predict there will be another spate of White Flight as American society continues to devolve.

UPHOLDING RIGHTS INCLUDES THOSE FACING FORECLOSURE

When it comes to foreclosure, we all have to have a game plan.  In 2008, when the financial markets collapsed under the weight of the failing securities debacle, it set the stage for multiple infractions against homeowners.  The biggest divisive scheme was the creation of notes out of thin air (the notes that had been shredded after they were uploaded as originals into the MERS System®).  It is common knowledge, as well as arguendo amongst those in the mortgage world, that the notes, along with their accompanying mortgages and deeds of trust, were shredded because paper proof of a contract was replaced by an electronic system of record keeping.  Many believe the originals were archived, yet there is no finite evidentiary proof of that.  What shows up in courts across the country in foreclosure cases I’ve reviewed are “copies” of original mortgages and deeds of trust that were pulled down off of the MERS System®, as well as the notes that the mortgage loan servicers now claim to be “originals”.

What we are seeing (and I talking about the collective group of investigative analysts looking into this documentation) is copies of notes being manufactured from copies pulled from the MERS System® and doctored up to look like originals.  The banks and their servicers and document manufacturing plants have gotten very good at reproducing notes to look like originals.  This is why certain individuals, knowing their notes might be shredded, filled in the “o’s” with ink on their promissory nOtes. Anyone reproducing a copy of a note trying to make it look like an original would have missed the filling in of the “O” in “nOte” which would be a dead giveaway of document manufacturing.  However, 99.9% of borrowers did NOT do that at the closing table.  The gullible are always the first to fall.  The gullible wanted the keys to the house, no matter what eventual price they would pay later.  The gullible constituted some 97-98% of  those who vacated their homes as soon as they were served with foreclosure documents because they had no Plan B and were never prepared to have to deal with foreclosure.

I was just speaking with an investor this morning who told me that the average homeowner or attorney could keep a foreclosure at bay for at least two years and keep either the homeowner in the home or rental income flowing for two more years.  So how’s that possible?  I discussed that in my video post on the Clouded Titles YouTube Channel.

In the physical realm, you have certain rights to life, liberty and property.  When you enter into a contract with a mortgage lender, you give up some of those rights in exchange for having a lien placed against your property by and through a security instrument, which is either in the form of a mortgage or deed of trust (Security Deed in Georgia; Installment Contract in Montana).  Most people do not realize that the balance of those rights allow you to examine and litigate certain inequities that may exist as the result of the foreclosure; however, most Americans are just too quick to give up and run away, rather than stand and fight. This is what happened after the 2008 financial collapse.  In today’s times however, abandoning your property puts you at higher risk because of the potential of coming into contact with the dreaded “virus” and succumbing to it.  If I told you that you could stay in your home for two more years just by taking a stand against the mortgage loan servicer, wouldn’t you be the least bit interested?

This is why I’m doing an online Foreclosure Defense 101 Workshop at the end of July.  It may be my last “due diligence” effort at attempting to help those afflicted by foreclosure.  I have made numerous attempts in the past to consult with attorneys behind the scenes and at trial, some successfully; however, the number of folks who wish to take what I have to say seriously aren’t listening.  So, you might ask yourself … why is Krieger even bothering to help these people save themselves from financial ruin?

I take the attitude that “might does not necessarily make right” … and just because you’re a well-funded mortgage loan servicer, that does not take away the homeowner’s right to protest against the foreclosure, both in and out of court.  I’m going to use this opportunity to bring attorneys into the mix to discuss Rules of Evidence and Rules of Civil Procedure.  These two areas are where homeowners are easily defeated.  It is in these two areas that homeowners can stay in their homes for 2 years or longer.

Your rights to litigate are not restricted by the contract you signed at the closing table.  You have every right to initiate a suit and defend a suit (depending on which state you live in and depending on which process you’re engaging in … judicial or non-judicial).  By taking simple, inexpensive steps, you can create a Plan B for yourselves by taking the initiative to respond or act.  It is your decision to learn the tactics or not learn the tactics.  My suggestions in this online workshop are based on research, but I’m going to let a couple of legal professionals share some of these strategies with you in the 4-hour block we’re devoting to educating you on foreclosure defense.  We will be recording this session for purchase and playback on the Clouded Titles website; however, the difference between attending the online live event and downloading a recorded event is that you don’t get to ask questions and get answers right away.  You have every opportunity to fight back and the financial risk to you attending this event online is low compared to the information you are given.  I told you in my blog post about the two-year window that attorneys can carve out for you so you can make alternative plans. As part of the webinar, I’m going to share written details with you in PDF format that will help guide you through your educational “learning curve” about how attorneys can drag a foreclosure case on for more than two years!

Again, you are known by the paths you take and the choices you make whether a homeowner or an investor.  Stay tuned for more posts on this.

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JUST BECAUSE YOU’RE PARANOID DOESN’T MEAN YOU’RE NOT BEING FOLLOWED!

(OP-ED) — The opinions expressed herein should not be construed as legal advice.  

CONTACT TRACING WAS NEVER THE BEGINNING

Imagine commuting around London … or even walking on any given street.  Chances are, you’re being monitored by one of over 250,000 cameras strategically parked within the framework of the city.  The U.S. has yet to experience anything to such a degree outside of the more populated areas because there hasn’t been a need for it.

That is, until now.  With the USA Patriot Act, which keeps getting renewed over and over by Congress (the first batch of elitists that have a right to be paranoid), a good chunk of our civil rights have been stripped away … and we keep letting Congress do this.  Not to their credit, Congress has not begun to feel the full effects of multiculturalism, which is a primary consideration when it comes to socialistic behaviors coming out of our government.  Multiculturalism is widespread in London.  London has more to worry about in the way of terrorist attacks than New York does.  However, foreign cells lurking in this country have to be absolutely loving what they’re seeing in the streets of most major cities in America.  They can sit back and let some disgruntled, misguided, uninformed protester do their dirty work for them.  They don’t have to blow shit up.  Antifa or some other extremist faction will do that for ’em.  Multiculturalism breeds contempt and anarchy and it also breeds racism.  Anyone with an ax to grind won’t like living in multicultural areas of the U.S. for the very same reason that when the COVID-19 related curfews and travel restrictions are lifted, a heavy migration from multiculturalized areas will begin in a dramatic shift to areas like Florida, Georgia and Texas.

As you are probably well aware, following spring break, special phone technology software was deployed to trace the paths each of the spring breakers took when they left the various “party zones”.  It’s scary to know that just using your cell phones GPS tracking mechanisms, people with the proper software can trace your paths, as insignificant as you may think it seems (to be harmless).

And this is just off of cell phone technology.  Imagine what things would be like if the government demanded you be “chipped” as part of a vaccine program, so no matter whether you have your cell phone on you, you can still be tracked.  Are you ready for that because the implications are there that it’s coming as part of a plan to depopulate the world through the vaccine program.  Understand that I speak from personal experience when I tell you that the government lies and commits acts of deceit against its own citizens.

DO WE HAVE A REASON TO BE PARANOID?

Our elected officials seem to know more about how we should behave than we do.  In fact, they all think they’re better than we are.  They’ve forgotten that they serve us. We don’t serve them.  We pay their salaries.  They get their honoraria from brown-nosing people who want to hear their speeches.  Many of them own businesses and make a lot of money despite the fact they serve in Congress.  They don’t want to lose those perks so they spend a lot of time out of their planned activities getting re-elected.  So they are paranoid that someone else who the voters like better will run against them and they certainly can’t have that now, can they?  So, yes, they do have reason to wonder who might be talking about them behind their back.

Paranoid runs afoul every time people have to worry about being attacked, confined, arrested, jailed, interred in a camp or deported.  You name whatever crisis there is and those afflicted will have a reason to worry about their given scenario to the point of neuroses.  Also bear in mind that the authorities are watching Twitter and Facebook posts and tracking down illicit comments or violent threats, despite the fact all the offender was doing was venting.  Since we are in the middle of an era of censorship, Facebook, YouTube and Twitter will all make sure you’re (mostly Democrat) posting left-wing-type arguendo or you or your posts will be systematically censored and deleted from public (and even your) view.

WE ALL HAVE A DIFFERENT PURPOSE IN LIFE

Jesus loves the little children

All the children of the world

Red and yellow, black and white

All are precious in his sight

Jesus loves the little children of the world

And then the little children learn what they live … and they grow up.   One form of learning about oppression is having a parent in prison.  When you look at the statistics of the number of people in prison in America, it’s sickening.  And how then are people supposed to make a living with stigmas attached to them?  Or do they go on living inside of that stigma?   Acting out what their parents taught them by example?  What about the black parents that program their children with hatred towards cops and white people?  There have been numerous stories done where the persons commenting about what they teach their children (i.e., how to stay alive when confronted by a police officer, etc.) and why.  If we are taught to be racially motivated we will act out what we are taught. However, not all blacks have espoused to this negative teaching.

Some became professionals (attorneys, accountants, architects, engineers, scientists, doctors, nurses, etc.) because the world offers them the opportunity but only if they take positive advantage of it.  Sadly, many of them become enslaved in student debt.  This is an unfortunate reality in America, not just for black Americans but for all Americans.

Some became blue collar workers (manufacturing, tradesmen, carpenters, builders, air conditioning repairmen, etc.). Some used the assistance of a trade school (plumbers, electricians, etc.).  They actually took the steps necessary to get an education in that given skill set a lot quicker than trying to jump hurdles through a liberal juggernaut of a college.

Then you have service workers (these come in all kinds, from waiters and waitresses, to cooks and cleaners, maids, butlers, nannies, etc. ).  They get where they are based on a lot of experiential knowledge.   When people get mad and burn down their restaurants, they find themselves out of work.  How then are they supposed to survive?  What did the protests accomplish other than destruction of property and putting people out of work?  How is that setting a positive tone for how we are supposed to conduct ourselves civilly in America?

When we conduct ourselves inappropriately, we draw unwanted attention to ourselves.  This is yet another reason why people have reason to be paranoid.  They know that at a point in time, their paths will cross with authority, whether it’s the local police or sheriff … or something bigger, like the FBI, ATF, the IRS or the National Guard.  We have laws to set a guide path for ALL Americans to follow … thus, ALL LIVES MATTER.  The promotion of anything else is a display of racism and bigotry.

All of the protesting can work against the very people that complain in the streets.  Peaceful assembly is constitutionally allowed.  Violent assembly is not tolerated.

ERASING HISTORY WILL NOT STOP PREJUDICE

Getting pissed because someone is flying a Confederate flag at a race track is not the time to “take a knee”.  It’s a time to understand that if you’re a NASCAR driver, you’re there to race.  You’re there to win.  You’re there to compete with the big boys … other professional drivers who have the same objective as you do.  Demanding that a piece of history be removed from the track is counterproductive because it sets you apart as a “rebel”, the very same thing Johnny Reb stood for.  The C.S.A. rebelled against the North.  We cannot avoid discussion of the Civil War.  600,000 lives were lost over a battle about states’ rights.  Slavery was a minor issue in this war.  President Lincoln made it a major issue when he put forward the Emancipation Proclamation.  Black men fought for the Union Army in exchange for their civil rights.

Those who are ignorant of history are condemned to repeat it, so trying to change it by removing statues won’t eliminate the underlying reasons for why prejudice exists.  It just buries those prejudices deeper.  It doesn’t matter whether you live in a Red State or a Blue State. Prejudice is prejudice.  Eliminating history only makes people resent the protesting even further.  We are a nation of laws and equality.  We can either make use of the opportunities we have and adhere to the laws set forth for us to abide by as civil human beings … or this nation will devolve into another Civil War … and then Congress won’t be able to stop it.  They will become more paranoid because they see a grab for their power.  Absolute power corrupts absolutely and you should understand that people who are in positions of power have the opportunity to manipulate the way you think, even if it causes you harm in the future!  The Congress will be quick to condemn the President for not doing anything and the President will be forced to implement martial law in America, which will drive the revolution into “insane mode”.  Because the size of the population of the U.S. is 322-million people, the casualties of a second Civil War will far outnumber the number of fatalities in the first Civil War.

BEING RIGHT WHEN THE GOVERNMENT IS WRONG IS ALSO A REASON TO BE PARANOID

This COVID-19 “pandemic” is constantly being called into question. First, Dr. Judy A. Mikovits exposed her private life and research in Plague of Corruption … and now we have a former U. S. Army nurse speaking out (whistleblowing) in this VIDEO that will have you questioning authority, modern medicine and its abuses on society.

The government is monitoring everything and everyone … because it is paranoid and government employees believe everything politicians tell them. If you advocate for an outright revolution, you can bet “they” are listening into your phone calls and monitoring your tweets and posts on social media.

The time to maintain a status quo low profile is now, not when they come to your door.  Hope for the best. Prepare for the worst.  Paranoia will only create more neuroses, so learn to deal with those sinking feelings and understand that you’re probably not alone in your thinking, especially if Uncle Sam’s boys come knocking at your door (or some process server, serving you with foreclosure papers).

 

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