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FBI’s Little Rock Flight Log Should Have Hillary Clinton Getting Nervous

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For years, the American people have been shouting “lock her up” in regard to former First Lady Hillary Clinton, and, according to the FBI’s latest intel gathering stunt, that day may actually be right around the corner.

Of course, we’ve heard all of this before, time and time again.  That is to be expected, somewhat, given the long and varied list of crimes that can already be tied to Hillary and the Clinton Foundation.  Everything from embezzlement of relief aid to the rigging of American elections has already been unearthed in the Clinton camp…can you imagine what you would find with access to the files that the Clintons keep in their Little Rock, Arkansas offices?

As a matter of fact, it looks as though that may be a reality sooner than we think.

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A stealth DOJ flight into Little Rock and then back to Virginia has gone down TWICE this week, according to flight intel and sources … or would have been stealth if it were up to the mainstream media.

The DOJ/FBI 757 made an additional flights on Thursday as well as a previous flights this week detailed below. The plane left Virginia at 11:56 am and arrived in Little Rock at 1:31 p.m., according to FAA records. The flight returned to Virginia on Thursday as well at approximately 5 p.m.

It was reported its first flight this week was Apparently loaded with evidence.

At least one interesting tweet of information has been making the rounds as well:

Basham’s use of the Qanon hashtag could be worrisome, however, as the conspiracy theory surrounding this mysterious internet presence has turned toxic in recent weeks.

 

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