Twenty questions for 2020 that point to a year of unprecedented social, political and financial chaos

Friday, January 3, 2020
By Paul Martin

by: Mike Adams
Thursday, January 02, 2020

Events are now shaping up that will make 2020 one of the most historic (and challenging) years of our lives. With so many events converging into potential for conflict or collapse — social, political, financial, geological — this is going to be a year that none of us will ever forget.

It brings to mind these 20 questions that we should all be asking right now as we enter the new year:

#1) What’s going to happen when the armed citizens of Virginia rise up and arrest treasonous Gov. Ralph Northam and his criminal cartel of lawless Democrats who are openly violating the Bill of Rights with their gun confiscation demands? Is this how the civil war begins?

#2) Can the Fed keep the stock market illusion propped up through the November election? What happens when the “Minsky moment” occurs and all the leverage unwinds without warning?

#3) When the Fed stops printing new money to pump up the system (quantitative easing), what happens to the real estate bubble in high-priced cities like San Francisco and Austin?

#4) Speaking of liberal cities, what’s going to happen as the homeless problem gets far worse, even while left-wing Democrats refuse to enforce any rules for the homeless? With the homeless already s##tting in the streets of San Francisco and setting up mattresses along the sidewalks of Austin, it won’t be long before the homeless just take over the sports stadiums and highways, “squatting” wherever there’s shelter.

#5) How insane will Leftists go when Democrats lose the election in November, and liberals realize they have to live with four more years of Trump? Will their heads literally explode this time? If so, can we please have a compilation video from someone?

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