The U.S. is setting a record pace for mass killings this year. Data maintained by The Associated Press, USA Today and Northeastern University shows 88 people have died in 17 mass killings since Jan. 1. Only 2009 was marked by as many such tragedies in the same period of time.
“The carnage has taken 88 lives in 17 mass killings over 111 days. Each time, the killers wielded firearms. Only 2009 was marked by as many such tragedies in the same period of time.”
I wish I better understood gematria, but I find it intriguing which numbers they spell out and which they don’t in this article.
Look at the facial expressions of 3 of the 4 kids in the headliner pic, they are smiling and can’t hide it, although the one on the left does better than the two on the right (more subconscious signaling..?). Their expressions look like people who felt a distant angst over something awful that happened to people they didn’t know, who were offered cash to look downcast about it for a “poignant” photo op.
I will not go into all my suspicions just now, but this article seems to be signaling something not immediately obvious.