Jeff Hertzog @jeffhertzog
25 June, 03:17
photo - PAY ATTENTION #america ! Kimberly Overton: Good morning! We have an urgent need here for a very sick baby in #Tennessee I’m trying to get all hands on deck for this. The lead on the transplant team at Vandy is denying this #Child , 11 months old, to be put on the #Transplant list due to his #Vaccination status. (this child not #covid jabbed!) Anything at all that you can do to help spread the word would be appreciated. I reached out to Dr. McCullough, he is going to try to help as well. 🙏 I’m im contact with the mother and am putting together a CTA with all of the details, if you can help us elevate this story, it would be greatly appreciated. The mom is also willing to be interviewed if you would be able to have her own. I’m so saddened by the horrific state of our “healthcare” system. 😔

KEEP ME POSTED ON THIS AMERICA!
Nhong Tran Nhu @TranNhuNhong
18 June, 03:06
Breaker O'Day @Breaker
10 April, 06:04
Lawmakers in #Tennessee Are finally realizing a little too late. #Jackasses
https://www.theepochtimes....
Breaker O'Day @Breaker
09 February, 05:29
I thought #Starbucks were leftists? But they don't like #Unions ?
#LiberalismIsAMentalDisorder
https://www.khon2.com/news...
Anthony Hilder @anthonyjhilder
05 October, 10:56
Donald J. Trump October 4th, 2021
"Until recently, US auto companies sourced nearly all of their batteries overseas. USMCA changed that. Under the agreement, an automobile cannot qualify for duty free treatment unless 40 percent of the content (45 for a truck) is manufactured by workers earning at least $16 per hour. Advanced batteries of the kind that will power new energy vehicles comprise such a high percentage of the value of these vehicles that it will be almost impossible for auto companies to qualify them under the agreement without sourcing the batteries in the United States. And in order to take advantage of a longer transition time available under the agreement, most auto companies have committed to qualifying their entire North American fleet—regardless of where the vehicles are manufactured and traded.

The result we are seeing is a Renaissance in US battery production. SK Innovations announced a $2.6 billion new facility in Georgia that will open later this year. And just yesterday SK and Ford announced an $11 billion investment in Tennessee and Kentucky. Without USMCA—and the Trump Administration’s strong actions to push back against China’s unfair trade practices—this new investment and the thousands of good paying jobs that go with it would have gone to China or other low wage jurisdictions. Worker-focused trade policy works for America. More of America’s cars of the future will be built right here."
Breaker O'Day @Breaker
03 October, 08:24
Near the #Tennessee border, eh? If you live in Tennessee, keep your eyes open, you may have a possible murderer in your midsts. Home-boy is on the run. He knows that everyone in the nation is looking for him. If you see him, call the authorities, don't play hero, this mofo should be considered #ArmedAndDangerous .
#TheHuntForBrianLaundrie #BrianLaundrie #GabbiePetito
https://www.independent.co...
Jess Sosnoski @Starblazer
14 August, 11:16
RED ALERT: Covid internment camps announced in America; Tennessee governor signs EO authorizing National Guard to carry out covid medical kidnappings – NaturalNews.com - https://www.naturalnews.co...
Mr. Nobody @admin
11 August, 07:36
This is overflow from the Board Meeting in Tennessee protesting mask mandates.
Theo Prinse @TheoPrinse
03 August, 03:09
National Pulse Reporter Warns at Meeting of Tennessee Conservatives of 'Axis of Evil' Between the Chinese Communist Party and American Elites
https://tennesseestar.com/...
Reports that two more officers involved in Jan. 6 Capitol breach died by suicide come on same day
https://www.bizpacreview.c...
Federal Judge Rules DACA Unlawful Amid Biden's Border Crisis - AMAC - The Association of Mature American Citizens
https://amac.us/federal-ju...
Theo Prinse @TheoPrinse
27 July, 08:18
Of the 211 republican congressmen, ONLY 14 Republicans voted against the MARXIST JUNETEENTH bill:
Thomas Massie of Kentucky,
Mo Brooks of Alabama,
Scott DesJarlais of Tennessee,
Andy Biggs of Arizona,
Tom Tiffany of Wisconsin,
Doug LaMalfa of California,
Tom McClintock of California,
Mike Rogers of Alabama,
Matt Rosendale of Montana,
Ronny Jackson of Texas,
Ralph Norman of South Carolina,
Andrew Clyde of Georgia,
Chip Roy of Texas and
Paul Gosar of Arizona.
https://edition.cnn.com/20...
Theo Prinse @TheoPrinse
18 July, 10:31
Of the 211 republican congressmen, ONLY 14 Republicans voted against the MARXIST JUNETEENTH bill: representatives
Thomas Massie of Kentucky,
Mo Brooks of Alabama,
Scott DesJarlais of Tennessee,
Andy Biggs of Arizona,
Tom Tiffany of Wisconsin,
Doug LaMalfa of California,
Tom McClintock of California,
Mike Rogers of Alabama,
Matt Rosendale of Montana,
Ronny Jackson of Texas,
Ralph Norman of South Carolina,
Andrew Clyde of Georgia,
Chip Roy of Texas and
Paul Gosar of Arizona.
https://edition.cnn.com/20...

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