Okay, so the reason you tuned into this episode is so you can find out who one of the biggest financiers of these evil and destructive organizations is. I’m even going to show you some of the faces of the financial backers. If you want to see who the financial backers of Antifa and Black Lives Matter are, then go into your bathroom and look into your mirror. That’s right. You are financing these thugs.
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