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2022-05-29 Morningstar, Lambert, Gerbron -- Was Uvalde Just the Latest in a Continuing ... Secret R

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This last week has been hell ....

Today, the President and First Lady of the United States are flying to Uvalde, TX, to once again assume his unofficial presidential role as "consoler-in-chief."

As everyone must know by now -- there was another US shooting last week (taking place just days after an 18-year-old shooter, using an AR-15, murdered 10 shoppers in Buffalo, NY!); this time the victims in Texas were MUCH younger : 19 fourth-graders, and their two teachers ... who all died last Tuesday at the hands of another "mad" 18-year-old male ... wielding (of course) another AR-15.  Amid the continuing confusion and controversies swirling around this latest Texas tragedy, it is important to note that the first "mass shooting" occurred in the United States when Charles Whitman first climbed the University of Texas "Texas Tower," on August 1, 1966, and killed 14 students by long-range rifle fire, before police climbed the Tower (after waiting 96 minutes ... sound familiar?) ... finally ending Whitman's spree by shooting him dead. What can these two "major US gun crimes" -- the first one in 1966, and the latest in 2022 -- possibly have in common ... across almost 60 years?!!

Tonight, my guests and I are exploring the extraordinary possibility that we are dealing -- not just with the "social meltdown of another deranged teenager ...."  
With a decades-long pattern of carefully planned Deliberate Ritual Human Sacrifice!!
And, we've got some extraordinary new evidence ... specifically, coming from Uvalde.

Join us ....

Richard C. Hoagland

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