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Dave Hodges Interviews Steve Quayle on Jade Helm, Red Lists, the Attacks Upon the Church and CERN

by Dave Hodges, The Common Sense Show:

Steve Quayle was Dave’s featured guest on Sunday evening as Steve brought the audience up to speed on the true intent of Jade Helm, the overall demise of the Christian Church and what is really going on with CERN and the dire threats posed by this project as Satan’s minions literally are trying to open up the gates of hell.

Many from the audience commented that this was one of the most important shows ever broadcasted by The Common Sense Show in its nearly 8 years of existence.

Not only did Steve point out the dangers that we as Americans face in our near future, he educated the audience on practical and spiritual strategies for surviving the present challenges.

The riveting two hours of this interview are available at the following links. Please share this interview with your friends.

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3 comments to Dave Hodges Interviews Steve Quayle on Jade Helm, Red Lists, the Attacks Upon the Church and CERN

  • randy0302

    What are these 2 ASS-CLOWNS going to do come Sept?
    We will see what frauds they are for sure.

    • Willie

      They will just push the date back when nothing happens… They have to keep saying some big event is imminent in order to keep the frogs in the pot while they are being slow cooked.

  • Steelerdude

    I lack interest in Steve Quayle (my opinion)… he was interesting/great in the early 2000’s when I bought gold/silver hand over fist….but today, he is like any other analyst…he lacks confirmation/physical proof…and he brings his spiritual beliefs into play…which throws the audience off totally…

    sorry steve…but you have to tone it done on standing at the alter and preaching….those here at SGT do know about God…and you need to give us
    some time lines…

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