- Duchess of Cambridge, 38, and Sir Andy Murray took part in a video call
- Kate and Sir Andy spoke to London schoolchildren about their tennis training
- The tennis ace spoke about lockdown and home schooling has been ‘difficult’
- The virtual engagement marks what would have been the end of Wimbledon
The website is really cool! You can put money into your account to tip the posters. You can transfer up to $500 bucks!
There is no censorship, which is very refreshing, considering these big tech giants want to silence your voice. Like I’ve always said, you don’t like what someone is saying scroll on.
I love that the Q movement is going there in droves to get away from Twitter censorship of free speech and limiting how many people you can follow. All your favorites are there!
The Big Tech is doing all of this to censor an election because they are biased and in the pocket of NWO type scoundrels.
I say to run there as fast as you can, and why not make a buck or two posting your stuff. Your time is worth money, why should the big Tech giants laugh all the way to the bank?
Why let these Big Tech Giants make money on your words?
- Zara Tindall described how riding for her country is what ‘dreams are made of’
- Olympic equestrian said she is lucky to have her horses with her in lockdown
- Queen’s granddaughter is preparing to work towards her goal of representing Team GB for a second time
Our time has come, it’s our turn now to start dropping bombs on the Cabal, the globalist. These rotten sons of bitches wanted us to lay down and take it. Not anymore!
Join us in the great awakening! Sheep no more, Dark to light.
I was once one of those sheep, oppressed, depressed, feeling there was no way out until someone sent me a video showing how the Cabal set the president up. It changed my life forever. I will never go back into the dark again.
Our freedom and liberty are at stake, reject the socialist agenda.
- Plans to save Royal Ascot understood to have been made with Queen’s approval
- It was announced this week that the meet could go ahead behind closed doors
- But Royal Ascot chief Nick Smith conceded there would be ‘an element of risk’