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9 27 2020 Former Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale armed barricades self in Fort Lauderdale home2C police called - this dream from September 17th or 19th 2020 may have just started9 27 2020 Former Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale armed barricades self in Fort Lauderdale home, police called - this dream from September 17th or 19th 2020 may have just started

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Brad Parscale arrested on October 20th Trump said he would murder him - Brad did not kill himself on New Year's day, was not an accident - numbers, not sure what these are cctv 9544637393 Brad dies in this jailcell yet he did not kill himself and it was not an accident - Russia man more numbers and address - tax fraud and money laundering - New York Times Story kills - Parscale indictment

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FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Former campaign manager for Donald Trump, Brad Parscale, who was replaced by the President less than four-month until November’s vote was reportedly armed with a gun and threatening to harm himself at his Fort Lauderdale home on Sunday afternoon.
Police have not confirmed that Parscale worked for Trump, but records confirm that the property in the 2300 block of Desota Drive in Fort Lauderdale is owned by Parscale, 44, and his wife, Candice. Local 10 spoke to neighbors in the Seven Isles neighborhood who also said it was the former advisor to the President. Fort Lauderdale Police responded to a home in reference to an armed male attempting suicide Sunday afternoon. When officers arrived on the scene, they made contact with the wife of the man who told them her husband was armed, had access to multiple firearms inside the house, and was threatening to harm himself. She had placed the 911 call, according to police. Fort Lauderdale Police said that the armed subject was transported to Broward Health Medical Center where he was placed under a Baker Act. Police determined no one else was in the home.
A statement from President Trump’s Campaign Communications Director, Tim Murtaugh, states: "Brad Parscale is a member of our family and we all love him. We are ready to support him and his family in any way possible.”
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Dream number 13649 17 September 2020 13 psychic prediction~09 27 2020 Former Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale armed barricades self in Fort Lauderdale home, police called - this dream from September 17th or 19th 2020 may have just started

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Brad Parscale arrested on October 20th Trump said he would murder him - Brad did not kill himself on New Year's day, was not an accident - numbers, not sure what these are cctv 9544637393 Brad dies in this jailcell yet he did not kill himself and it was not an accident - Russia man more numbers and address - tax fraud and money laundering - New York Times Story kills - Parscale indictment

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FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Former campaign manager for Donald Trump, Brad Parscale, who was replaced by the President less than four-month until November’s vote was reportedly armed with a gun and threatening to harm himself at his Fort Lauderdale home on Sunday afternoon.
Police have not confirmed that Parscale worked for Trump, but records confirm that the property in the 2300 block of Desota Drive in Fort Lauderdale is owned by Parscale, 44, and his wife, Candice. Local 10 spoke to neighbors in the Seven Isles neighborhood who also said it was the former advisor to the President. Fort Lauderdale Police responded to a home in reference to an armed male attempting suicide Sunday afternoon. When officers arrived on the scene, they made contact with the wife of the man who told them her husband was armed, had access to multiple firearms inside the house, and was threatening to harm himself. She had placed the 911 call, according to police. Fort Lauderdale Police said that the armed subject was transported to Broward Health Medical Center where he was placed under a Baker Act. Police determined no one else was in the home.
A statement from President Trump’s Campaign Communications Director, Tim Murtaugh, states: "Brad Parscale is a member of our family and we all love him. We are ready to support him and his family in any way possible.”
   
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