As California Goes, So Goes the Nation – Agenda 21 and the 5G Weapons System

David Dees
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Gavin Newsom is expected to become the next Governor of California, which is the most populous state in the US with almost 40 million people that often sets trends for the rest of the country.  Newsom is a globalist who plans to follow the United Nations’ Agenda 21 scheme that will plunge California deeper into tyranny with policies that include: getting rid of cars, expansion of mass transit trains and buses, and housing built near transit rails.  Newsom’s futuristic plans are dependent upon the 5G weapons system that is being prepared for rollout.  Both Newsom, a Democrat, and his opponent, John Cox, who is a Republican, support UN Agenda 21.  Gary Gileno, the producer and narrator of this video report, will be one of the presenters at the upcoming Red Pill Expo, in Spokane, Washington, June 201-23. Learn about it here.

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