Solar Storm: Red False Flags for Commie Control (8-11-19)

Kyle starts off by talking about the “suicide” of Epstein, then gets into Trump and the Temple Mount, staged shootings, red flags, and the Communist control over the United States to smash Whites worldwide.

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NewCastle

Whenever a happening happens, my first stop is Renegade because I know that Kyle, Sinead and Charlie will have the HOTTEST and BEST takes – and without having to listen to 45 minutes of coffee talk about where they went out to dinner over the weekend, bad lifting advice, 80s rock music, cycling, etc., etc., ad NAUSEUM!

Anthony Roberts

I haven’t seen any recent photos of Ghislaine Maxwell in the papers. How can that be? Why aren’t the “free” press camped outside her known residence? Why hasn’t she been arrested based on the numerous victim statements?

I don’t think Epstein was killed. His last mission, this theatre, was to provide a dirt barrier in front of Trump and the Clintons, imo. It’s also useful in the current anti con-theo climate. He will see out his days in luxury, with plenty of slave ladies to meet his daily needs. Scumbag!

PS Great observations, Kyle. We didn’t get their “bridge over troubled waters,” this weekend, but it’s only a matter of time, as hollywood and netflix keep showing us.

guest

And I haven’t read the names Nadia Marcinko and Julie K. Brown lately in the sms, although their wikipedia entries, just like Maxwell’s, are kept up to date on a daily basis
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nadia_Marcinko

ThorsDisciple

Great show. Definitely one to share. All points hammered. Hail Kyle.

Mardöll

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