U.S. Representative David Cicilline makes sure the media mentions his sexuality (True Gay Stories), now Congressman Cicilline has made headlines with a stunt on the floor the House of Representatives with a sign reading ‘Trump Things’
In reference to the hit Netflix series ‘Stranger Things’ hinting that the powers in Washington DC is upside down as the swamp drains. The most disturbing reference may be a reference to Chief Jim Hopper coming to the rescue, when the actor who played the character recently spoke at the Screen Actors Guild Awards he encouraged punching some people in the face, this is in line with a disturbing trend known as ‘the knock out game’ (see: Worldstar Hiphop)
Considering the on-going Organizing For Action, a radical democrat agenda to overthrow the U.S. government in favour of a return to the Obama agenda, this violence is becoming encouraged by the left-Hollywood elite and being directed against the President Donald Trump. The unfortunate thing is this often results in supporters of the US President being the victims of lynch mob attacks. In order for a globalist communist state to transpire, the New World Order will turn the streets into absolute anarchy. This terror can be avoided, though not from their fascist playbook, think outside the anti-free speech organizing and pc culture. The swamp is disturbing.
A note about the series Stranger Things, although many may consider it a sci-fi fantasy is actually based on reality with secret programs in psychic warfare sometimes involving kids isolated in sensory deprivation Faraday Cages thought to enhance remote viewing. There’s a lot to research, you might want to check out The Stargate Conspiracy.
Coincidentally, General Albert Stubblebine commanded the new battalion featured prominently in The Men Who Stare at Goats, credited with redesigning the U.S. Army intelligence architecture, a key sponsor of the Stargate Project (a remote viewing project), known for paranormal experiments, trying to walk through walls, recently crossed to the other side on his birthday.
Albert Newton Stubblebine III
February 6, 1930 – February 6, 2017