BREAKING: Big Time DEEP STATE Attack Is In Progress! Emmanuel January 4, 2018 Uncategorized People don’t really understand the Deep State and that there are actually people out there that are standing in the shadows trying to usurp the power of people who should rightfully be making the decisions. They don’t understand that there are some crooked people that want nothing but power for themselves. Not power on paper so much, but if it’s power they want they aren’t really going to care if it’s on paper of not. Wikileaks’ founder Julian Assange is always at the helm of breaking scandals that makes the powers-that-be extremely nervous. After promising “Hillary’s worst nightmare” last year, Assange published over 20,000 pages of scandal-ridden emails belonging to John Poodesta that brought down Hillary’s entire campaign. Now this world-renowned hacker is stirring the pot again with a cryptic message he tweeted out on the last day of 2017. Following Assange’s eerie prediction, hours later, multiple people would be dead, and massive computer outages would occur, leaving many questioning the connection of events. If you’re a fan of Assange, the one thing you know is the world-renowned hacker often reveals things in cryptic ways, forcing people to put the pieces of his research together. So when he Tweeted out a video on the last day of 2017 with no caption to explain why, internet sleuths immediately began tearing the video apart for some sort of meaning. The video that Assange tweeted out was strangely a music video, referencing stolen passports and people dying, where individuals in the video were frantically trying to flee the country by airplane. Chillingly, just 12 hours after Assange’s mysterious message, things within the video began to come true. fb4e568623b5f8cf7e932e6ba7eddc0db9f42a712718f488bdc0bf880dd3 https://t.co/F0f5Gcsgeo — Julian Assange ? (@JulianAssange) January 1, 2018 At Miami International Airport, the nightmare that Assange predicted began to play out. The computer system for passports that is operated by U.S. Customs and Border Patrol suddenly crashed without warning, creating a subsequent nightmare for travelers, as no one could leave the country due to the passport systems being completely shut down. But these system crashes that was just the beginning of horrifying events to unfold. Due to U.S. Customs and Border Protection computer issues, passengers at JFK Airport may experience delays in the international arrivals area.  — Kennedy Airport (@JFKairport) January 2, 2018 Across the globe, two world-renowned CEO’s were also trying to leave the country at the end of the year but would never make it out alive. Bridgewater Associates executive Bruce Steinberg’s plane would go down after crashing into a mountain on Costa Rica on New Years Eve, where everyone on board was killed. Steinberg’s sudden death by plane is now raising eyebrows, especially considering his ties to Hillary Clinton and what he had just exposed about her. Right now the plane crash is being reported as “freak incident,” where ten Americans lost their lives. But the timing of this tragedy is extremely chilling, given the eerie internet post that Julian Assange made just hours before, where he predicted that people trying to flee the country would not be able to escape their doom. “From the outset, it seems like another fatal tragedy, especially since family members are involved…However, on a closer look at the connection to something huge, with even bigger ramifications for the powerful, it seems that perhaps there was a sinister motive involved. It looks like the “Clinton curse” may have struck again. This particular family reportedly has a direct connection to the United Nations and the Clinton Foundation. Steinberg reportedly worked with the Clinton Foundation in the Clinton Library,” Amanda Shea from Freedom Daily pointed out.Chillingly, Steinberg’s plane wouldn’t be the other plane to mysteriously crash following Assange’s eerie warning. Read More Share on FacebookTweetFollow us Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.