Content preview: The REAL Reason Why Walmarts Are Closing All Over America
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It has nothing to do with the economy,
And if you care about your safety…
Please, stop what you’re doing right now
And take the time to watch this short unaired news report video with the door shut.
Because it’s the ONLY video that reveals the true extent of a disaster of biblical proportions that is unfolding right now…
Obama and his cronies are well aware of the scale of threat.
In fact, the humanitarian disaster about to unfold is just stage one of their sinister agenda…
Stage two, however will really make your blood boil…
I wish this was a joke.
Unfortunately it isn’t.
It’s deadly serious.
And it’s headed to YOUR neighborhood…
WAY faster than you think.
>> Watch shocking video <<
Your fellow Patriot,
P.S. Some of America’s richest are already spending hundreds of thousands of dollars to prepare for this… And when you watch this underground news report you’ll understand why.
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