The image of one of the first slides from David Wilcock’s 5-22-17 talk (at Contact in the Desert, 2017) surely applies here. When I first noted these things, they felt rather big. Check with your own Higher Discernment. I’m not spending as much time (if any) on trying to cover all the things like this that are, and will be, happening, but this one felt like it was mine to post.
“Are you ready for tomorrow? All of you are gonna love it. This wil be the biggest happening to date, so I want all of you to be prepared… Wasserman Schultz was just the beginning… There will be small happenings that lead into a major one… It’s gonna start on Twitter… I can’t say too much, but expect some big names to be arrested soon.”
Jordan Sather gave a short presentation on this in this video.
Apparently related to this is one of the Awan brothers being arrested at Dulles airport. One story below.
” A House IT aide who had access to emails and files from dozens of lawmakers has been arrested on bank fraud charges while attempting to leave the country. The FBI also reportedly found smashed hard drives in his home. Imran Awan, 37, an information technology aide who worked for dozens of lawmakers in the House, including Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Florida), former chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee (DNC), was arrested for bank fraud as he was boarding a plane on Tuesday at Dulles International Airport, according to Fox News.
“FBI agent Brandon Merriman, the special agent who wrote the complaint, said there was probable cause that Awan attempted to defraud the Congressional Federal Credit Union (CFCU) by obtaining a $165,000 home equity loan for a property that he rented out in violation of the credit union’s policies. The money was later allegedly included as part of a wire transfer to two unnamed individuals in Faisalabad, Pakistan.
“Collectively, Awan, his wife, and four of his relatives reportedly made $4 million working for more than two dozen House Democrats since 2009, according to the Daily Caller. However, they were later banned from the Capitol network in February after becoming suspects in a criminal investigation into theft and IT abuses.”